The gold pants charm hanging around his neck is the perfect accessory to any Buckeye wardrobe.
Michigan will be a one or two loss team when we visit them in November. We better bring the A game!
Before summer camp I thought Braxton was the man because he didn't lose the job thru competition but thru injury? Don't get me wrong, absolutely love Meyer, the Buckeyes, and both JT and Cardale.....but this has not been handled consistently considering how similar situations have been handled in the past.
Those actually make the Houston Astros' old unis look good
I'm I the only one who kinda grinned when looking at the 41-7 stomping Diggs' Maryland was taking in the clip. I understand staying home and it certainly has worked out just fine for his wallet.
Hit the nail on the head about last year, the Buckeyes were outplayed and more importantly out coached in last year's game. It was beyond frustrating to see the lack of adjustments. That week on a rival site we were told (by a guy who likes his cigars) that we as fans were wearing scarlet colored glasses and should expect 3-4 losses minimum. Leave the criticism and prognosticating to the 'experts'. That is one of the reasons why I seldom visit that site anymore.
On the plus side.....the adjustments AFTER the game were astronomical. Do we win a national championship if we had squeaked by last September and thought all is well? I don't think so.
No Diesel.....bit surprised by that. Great group though
This picture says it all!
Remember when Zach Smith was hired only because of a famous Buckeye relative, was the staff weak link in both coaching and recruiting, and should be fired? Me neither.....
Four minutes of my life I will never get back. Should have lost the 007 theme and had a little Josh Groban playing in the background.
need one of these!
I immediately thought that the Braxton move might have a positive impact on Gibson dealing with a position change and the potential benefits. Can't hurt us either to have another big, athletic target at receiver.
Gotta love this kid for his willingness to get moved all over the place and his ability to step in for a play in arguable the biggest moment in the biggest game for the Buckeyes in at least a decade. I do believe that play ended in the endzone to pull us to 13-21, setting up an amazing come from behind victory in the Sugar Bowl. I have little doubt he will be a beast this fall.
Upvote for this one (but I really hope Williams' contributions are only needed on special teams!) Go BUCKEYES!
I logged in specifically to upvote this.......
The state high school championships should stay in Columbus. Not only is the location the most convenient but I guarantee you if you asked the players thru the years where they would want to play the overwhelming answer (if not unanimous) would be the horseshoe. That should matter.
Is it just me or does he need some new sweats and shoes?
I think his arms are little short for left tackle but he could slide down to guard or center......
Please do not use the word 'MOXIE' when referring to an Ohio State quarterback. That word can and should only be used to describe Matt McGloin and only by Brent Musberger.
I agree with all of the guys you both mentioned as locks to move on it's the jump to 13 that has me baffled. The senior class will be miniscule again next year (as few as 7 or 8 after the early departures this year) so this appears to be an anticipated pattern.
Jeremy, with the rumblings and discussions you mention above for a 20-23 or even a 25 member class we would need lose anywhere from 8 to 13 underclassmen from the roster......wow! Do we really expect that much attrition?
Too young. When we lose someone that young it always reminds of the prayer For the Fallen:
They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them.
You put icing on your turdburgers? I prefer barbeque sauce and pickles.
Whatever the real deal ends up looking like I am guessing they will be bad ass when coupled with our helmet and under the lights in the Shoe.