I have a top man looking into it
I mean, if they're literally playing Jesus, that's gotta bump your OOC strength of schedule some. Otherwise, eh, not so much.
When I watched this live, my wife said "Oh, that guy is dead. No doubt." She laughed heartily.
Don't know if it's been posted already, but I haven't heard many people talking about Eli Apple. To my (untrained) eyes, dude played a hell of a game. Seemed to be in good position most of the night, brought the wood on several occasions, and that play in the back of the end zone to deny their tight end a TD was next level.
Ah, yes...Zeke was wondering what would break first...their spirit, or their bodies
Yup. I remember Mark May when he was named Trev Alberts
As an aside, got a new tooth implanted today. Named it Cardale.
Nah, he'll be a back up until Tom Brady gets hurt in the AFC Championship game, come in, win AFC, win the Super Bowl, then drop the mic.
Yeah, but is that "B-I-G!" or "B-ONE-G!" I'm always confused on how to express my regional vicarious pride.
Sean Austin is probably available to play Joey Bosa!
So, what you're saying is: you wish it was Sunday, cause that's your fun day, your "I don't have to run day"...
I see Braxton Miller as more of a Denard Robinson in the NFL. I fully believe Braxton is the better thrower of the two, but he is little (by football standards), and not polished enough to succeed in today's NFL. Quarterbacks basically have 1 shot, it seems, no one can take the time to try to develop a QB cause they'll be fired before they see the results. I do think Braxton could be a very dangerous weapon as a hybrid running back-slot wide receiver, the way they use Robinson.
Dude, I'll be watching the game FROM there
More and more, I find myself thinking Ezekiel Elliot looks like someone shaved an ewok.
He's the real life Rod Tidwell. I bet he air dries.
I dunno, it worked out pretty well for Michigan to run a decent coach out of town to hire one of their own...
Sadly, I'm frequently surprised to find that a movie called "Ass" is not number one at the box office. It's coming. Oh, is it coming.
I can see both sides of the Krenzel Argument. I would add, though, that Courtney Jackson of Arizona State feels that Joe Germaine deserves consideration for "most clutch" QB. Joe was pretty unflappable and, I think, had Craig beat from a sheer talent standpoint. Maybe its because I was a freshman at OSU at the time, but seeing Joe lead that last drive in in the 1997 Rose Bowl with the bloody band aid on his chin is an indelible Buckeye image for me.
My niece has Down Syndrome, so BIG thanks to 11 W for doing this and a personal thanks to everyone who participated or donated. Every little bit helps.
Oh great, another story about schools not feeding their players well enough
Maybe it's less the coaches can't scheme against anything but 4-3 defenses and more about basically an entirely new offensive team still struggling with the base concepts. If you can't do the basics , it really limits on the fly adjustments. Time will tell, I guess, because I'm not expecting we'll see a lot of base defenses until we prove we can beat what worked for VT and Navy
I'm with you, but running into the line without positive result twice then hucking it down field on slow developing pass plays looks the same no matter who is calling the plays. I think that's where some of the frustration lies.
Am I the only one that thought "That's what she said" when they read this?