With you there. It seemed too that late last season when he started wearing the glove he wasn't as consistent throwing.
Here we go Steelers!! Can't wait to watch him on Sundays.
I remember the "we got this" look on Plummer's face along the sideline after he scored thinking they had the game in hand. I was ready to punch my fist through a wall at that point because it felt like we were going to lose another one in this fashion.
Don't forget that it's also the current home to former OSU players and coaches, including Simon Fraser, Chris Spielman and John Cooper.
freaking awesome, haha!
I think this is Lou's finest moment on ESPN:
I would argue that a soft big ten schedule didn't adequately prepare us for post season play.
Wait, Reeves got beat and had to pass interfere? No way!
Guys on 97.1 talking about this very subject. Funny how three recruiting services have us in the top 5, and ESPiN has us 7, recently dropping below one of their beloved, Florida. Maintain the narrative guys.
YES!!!! You hit the nail on the head.
But with Pall Malls, you can guard against that pesky throat scratch. Let a carton of Pall Malls say Merry Christmas for you!
Heard Krenzel mention this yesterday and agree with him in thinking we have more to lose by playing Clemson than they do playing us. Should be an exciting game either way.
I've noticed a decrease in Braxton's accuracy overall since he started to wear gloves when the weather turned colder.
I think one of the craziest aspects of this week is that OSU could go from the National Championship with a win to something like the Capital One bowl with a loss.
your profile pic is sweet, can you point me to it?
I was there, and the db's were playing off 8-10 yards for much of the game.
I love seeing old color game pics like this one and imagining what it would have been like to be there.
The safeties read the number 2 receiver to their side of the field. If the receiver blocks, the safety comes downhill against the run. If they release vertically, the safeties will play the receivers in man coverage. And if the receiver breaks in or out, the safety will pass that receiver off inside or outside, expecting that another receiver will appear in their area.
In a cover 4, it would seem like the safety could be fooled on a delayed run play by having that number 2 receiver run a vertical route instead of immediately going into a block to pull both the db and the safety towards them and possibly opening up a running lane.
Can I have the 98 team with Urban at the helm?
Mangino to Wisconsin. Make it happen. A rain of molten cheese curds on the Big Ten for all time.
It's the lure of exotic South Bend, IN that pulls them in.