Ed was a great OL coach from all accounts, but a great OL coach doesn't necessarily translate into a great OC. Everyone could see how flat and predictable the offense has looked in most big games against quality opponents.
I don't know that he's anything special in actual coaching. However, he excels in recruiting and rah-rah enthusiasm. A high-energy, hyperactive hire, for sure.
I don't think Urban likes to fire people but enough is enough.
At least our defense put up a fight.
That arrangement we've had for awhile now with Beck and Warinner running the offense...
That was a good one alright :) but Murr's punishment on The Wheel of Doom at Coney Island was the best one ever!
Together with the job fair at the end of April, pretty good stuff!
Or maybe some Barry Manilow depending on how old they're getting ;)
And just when you thought the sleepovers couldn't get any creepier...
The canoe is a nice touch :)
what in the heck happened in the few hours between 'I'm in the class' and 'I'm not in the class'? How can a kid become that disenchanted
The game against Michigan State happened, with acid atmosphere following.
"Demure" means shy or coy in a feminine way.
They've still got a shot at Iman.
"You Don't Know Schmidt"
What's with the juvenile wordplay? It's disrespectful to our newest recruit.
Whew! BIG relief.
Now, Malik McDowell, Come On Down Big Fella!
I really hope that's not true.
Big Hearted People getting together to have fun and do good things for people in need makes for a really nice Buckeye Christmas article.
Three Cheers to "Eat Too," its continuing success, and the good people behind it!
This is going to add some starch into the "D" before long.
So glad to have a great kid like Raekwon on board. Comes from a Great Family too. Wonderful combination.
WELCOME TO BUCKEYE NATION!
It means exactly what I said. Not all 15 year olds are equally mature. Some are still caught up in more childish pursuits, blow with the winds of whatever is around them, are only about themselves, have no self-discipline or ambition, are only interested in satisfying their immediate (mostly shallow) appetites, have a very limited ability to take a longer view of life, etc. Other 15 year olds are mature enough to rise above a lot of that while still being normal, healthy teenagers and are planning, looking forward to what happens down the road, and preparing for the future. Danny Clark strikes me as the latter which is why I used the word "mature." Still have a problem with it? People who are DV-ing me for my comment have the opposite problem; a lack of maturity.
I like it a lot! The kid is ALL Buckeye and he knows where he wants to be after three more years. Gotta love that kind of maturity, focus, and direction.
Buckeye Nation is getting a good one but we'll have to be a little patient first.
Welcome Aboard Danny!
They didn't get Vonn Bell.
My opinion is that Hyde will punished for putting himself into that situation in the first place, then not just walking away once it escalated (by her) into something physical.
Sounds like a quality young man all around. So glad to have him in Scarlet and Gray for the coming years!
The 2014 OL class is shaping up to be Great! Can't Wait.