Good for Eddie.
*Gwen Stefani. And you may be giving her too much credit if she is at that level of beauty. Gwen's gotta be in her 40s now and still looks great.
JT Barrett, ladies and gents! Dude looked good! His performance, while not perfect, was everything the pro-JT camp thought it could be when we were clamoring for him to be the starter. That performance last night, and against Penn State, is validating to the JT camp folks and I'm sure it's validating to Urban as well.
Co-sign both of the above comments.
Been watching this Matt guy on his whole run. Hilarious no one could answer the Tressel / current college football champion question. #THE
I would've said the same thing about Indiana's defense prior to last Saturday.
Anyone else watch the Houston Cougars put it to SMU last night? OFFENSE LOOKED FAMILIAR. The read option, a decisive running quarterback, tempo...
BUT THE FANDUEL AND DRAFT KINGS' COMMERCIALS TELL ME I CAN BECOME A MILLIONAIRE.
All the Jalin bashing is pretty funny to me. Dude is really good. He's a valuable part of our offense. He clearly needs to work on ball security. I have confidence he will improve in that area.
Awesome. Just awesome. Way to go Buckeyes!
Best thing about 4-0...
Jut wanted to send out a reminder that we sing Carmen Ohio whether we win or lose. Some people forget because the losses are so few and far between.
So they walk in to Rob Dougan blaring on the speakers? If so, nice touch, before the game and with that scenery.
Dude - I think most Buckeye fans are pretty effing happy. Haha.
Since 2001, historically, this has been a phenomenal run. Between the football and basketball success over that time, it's clear we're living in a golden age of Buckeye sports.
"Everything starts with the offensive line...and Dale is better equipped to handle No. 3 (a play-action game that compliments the run game)."
I support Urban's decision to start Dale at QB (IUWT), but there's nothing I've seen that makes me think Cardale is clearly better equipped than JT at play-action. Just go back to 2014 and check out JT during the B1G schedule.
Throwing the deep ball is another story.
Agree that there are other problems on the offensive side of the ball that have led to ineffectiveness. Those problems magnify the need to have a strong leader under center, whoever that may be.
Ultimately, In Urban We Trust. The JT supporters, of which I am one, think that something about the following doesn't add up:
Big Ten QB of the Year, Heisman Candidate, Team Captain... Backup.
I think a lot of us are also concerned with Cardale's inability to effectively utilize and distribute the ball to all the weapons Ohio State has on offense. The fumbled snaps, which seem to happen once a game, and Cardale's hesitation to pull the ball down and run with it this season are also things that concern us.
That's Guz Malzahn guys, not Hugh Freeze.
"I'm still hopeful Pryor can make some plays (if Josh McCown can get the ball within three feet of Pryor's hands — no small task for a guy who would be good if his brain were responsible for throwing a football) and end up on the final roster."
In regards to the parenthetical: U WOT M8?
I'm on Team Barrett / I will gladly roll with whoever the pros (coaches) decide actually won the battle.
1. Tressel Til I Die.
2. Ohio State - Alabama was the best game of 2014.
Pretty sure 11W internally combusted there for a few minutes between Miller news and Bosa.
APPLAUD MOVE. Looking forward to seeing JT or Cardale behind center and Braxton at his new position.