I wish him well at Hoban.
No need for a Block O. Every college football fan in the country knows that those helmets are The Ohio State University Buckeyes.
Right on, Dan. He was trying to go for more yards, when that play was over. He had already gotten a ton of extra yards, and got greedy. It was time to protect the ball and go fetal with the enemy closing in.
IF his shoulder will not allow him to throw well enough to play QB, but is good to go for full contact in all other respects, I submit that Braxton Miller moves to the front of the line to replace Devin Smith. Elite athletic ability, great speed, probably good hands from ball handling, better size: 6-2, 215 vs. 6-1, 199, knows all the routes, suspect he would be great at gettiing in and out of cuts, top drawer accelleration coming out of cuts, if they give him a cushion a quick throw puts him in the open field, OH MY.
Just some food for thought, if he is unable to play QB. And they should know and be able to make a mutual decision earlier this year, instead of 10 days before the opening game.
What upset, Patrick? Have you been watching this team this season? Back in November-December, I said to myself, "This is not a very good team." January: ditto, February: ditto. Nothing has really changed. Every team catches lightning in a bottle once in while, but that does not mean that is who they are. I've always thought this would be a bubble or NIT team. Don't let those rankings fool you. This is a fumdamentally flawed team.
Har, Har, Har, Hearty, Har, Har.
Thanks again, Remy, for your contributions. Much appreciated.
Great share, RedCoat. Thanks so much.
A piss on big M!!!!! A twenty-one gun salute, sir.
Maybe I've missed something, but my understanding is that Washington is replacing Bennett, with Schutt, Munger, Hale, or whoever replacing Washington.
They tried to hire Holtz. He turned them down. He was definitely my favorite for the job. He said he felt that it wasn't right for him to leave Arkansas and the players he had recruited so soon. A couple of years later, and I have no doubt he would have been OSU's coach. Just a matter of bad timing. He is one of my all-time favorite coaches. Loved the way he worked the sidelines during the game.
Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? You got me there.
Nice breakdown, Sheidster.
Great post, BJ. You seem to have a good understanding of the draft process. Thanks for the time and effort.
The Ohio State Buckeyes; home of the "Jersey Boys".
Wonderful story, and wonderfully written. Thanks, John.
Agree. I thought the same thing.
I wish we had an ignore function.
You've nailed it, Craig.
Uh!, are you forgetting Bradley Roby?
If it was good, it would have been his third one-handed catch. He had one running down the sideline as a freshman, and another for a touchdown, earlier this year.