Great step by step breakdown, Kyle, with the reasoning behind it.
You must be old enough to remember? Best Buckeye tackler, ever; even as a freshman.
Thanks, Remy. I always appreciate the time and effort you put into your postings.
Great job, Kyle. Thanks for the insight.
Surely, you jest.
Great job, Kyle. Getting into the strategy of the play calls. There is a reason for the plays being called, even Dave.
The forecast doesn't show much in the way of snow for Friday or Saturday, but bitter cold; 1 degree F overnight.
Someone posted a noon start.
Great stuff, 614. Keep it up.
I can remember the crowd singing, "Goodbye, Woody, Goodbye Woody", in the 3rd and 4th quarter of a losing game.
Thanks for the knowledgeable input, Coyote. Much appreciated.
Thanks, Ross. Great read, as always.
Satirically speaking, this was great, Ramzy.
Thanks, again, Kyle. I so look forward to your and Ross' articles. The highlight of my week. Straight forward and to the point, without bias.
Reminds me of Sgt. Joe Friday, "Just the facts, ma'am."
Great job, Ross, as always, but I think this one is #1 for the year.
I've noticed a big improvement in discipline on the defense. Each player seems to be taking care of his #1 responsibility first instead of freelancing, trying to make a "big play". If you take care of your own responsibilties first, "big play " opportunities will come your way.
Thanks, Kyle. I appreciate the detailed breakdown of the play, and some of the spontaneous, in game responses of the players.
Thanks, Kyle. I always look forward to your articles; full of substance and insight. Thanks for the info on the OSU signals. I think the game boils down to the Bucks ability to handle the environment. If they handle it well, it's an easy win; if not, it will be a struggle, but a win, nevertheless.
Bully for you, Tom.
Not yet. Talk to me after Nov.8.
Thanks for sharing, CPT.