Sarcasm isn't really your thing, eh?
Philly is also a senior, he needs the pill too.
When we aren't hanging 60 points and actually need it.
I love em, different strokes I guess.
He's the best since Mo C, but that's not an option. He's better than Beanie. So, I voted since Eddie, although I don't know that that's 100% true.
Buckeye football and basketball today...
Bollman isn't calling the plays for us this year in Champaign, so I'm not worried about only completing a few passes.
Good luck to the kid, I am sure he has made the decision he feels is best for him...which is what is most important.
Moreover, it's a really deep QB class this year...and is said to be the opposite next year. I'll support whatever decision he makes, but I think he stands to gain a lot by saying in Columbus for his season season...just a matter of if he is willing to wait or not.
Spence is my guy. I was frustrated early in the season when guys were complaining about him "not living up to his hype". Glad he has put that to rest, love watching him play.
What I'd like to see: 60% EzE, 25% Rod Smith, 15% Ball/Dunn. Dontre isn't included here, as his types of carries are going to be designed specifically for him...
I don't think we really have a bad option though, no matter how it works out. Whoever gets the carries will have earned them, and if they earned them over the other guys, I trust them to do good things.
Not sure why this was DV'ed (hopefully a fat finger), but I gave you one to offset it. All I have heard is that JT is next up, too.
Solomon Thomas would really ease the pain, and we are fine at DT for the '14 class. '15 class we can continue to reload.
Samuel isn't signed...no one is signed yet (LOI is the only thing that seals the deal).
Now THAT is the definition of trying to do too much. WHAAAAAMMY!!!
Glad to see the defensive play callers took their tampons out for the last 10 quarters. Since they have done so, this defense has looked great.
It is so refreshing to see our coaches finally utilizing our players as best as we can, by having them play to their strengths (i.e. molding our defense to our available players) instead of trying to take a paper static scheme and bend our players into playing it.
Good coaches do the former, bad coaches do the later...I am glad to see Fickell and Everett are moving towards being the later.
The word you were looking for was "moot". The fact that this was called out, and you still missed it, is absolutely hilarious.
Michigan. Poor football. Poor grammar.
I should add to this that Dontre's most impressive skill isn't necessarily his straight line speed (there are a ton of fast guys nowadays), it's his ability to maintain his speed while cutting and shifting. Watch the .gif of his kick return against Penn St, he spins and doesn't even slow down. He cuts and shifts without losing speed, which is scary to try and tackle...once he gets stronger and can ran through the arm "trip up" tackles to his legs, he will be quite entertaining to watch.
EzE, similarly is shifty as hell, with great hips and balance. His mom was a hurdler (iirc), he was too in HS, which usually means great hips in a RB. So far, he has also displayed great balance. He seems to always be getting stronger too, by next year, my best is that he is the #1 back (i.e. he jumps Rod, Ball, and Dunn).
He ran the 100m (109.36 yards) in 10.55 seconds in high school. He is fast as fuck, and should get faster (read: will get fasted with Mickey). For reference, our boy Teddy Ginn ran it in 10.5 in high school.
He also said this week that he was now playing as more of a complete player and doing "a lot of things well", after the PSU game.
Eze will have the better paper stats, he will touch the ball more, and he looks to be a great RB. Dontre will have the better reputation looking back, because he will be a very explosive and exciting players.
I think both will be great great players for us, and it's incredible to me to think we have these two guys for at least 2 more years, plus Jalin Marshall, Paris Campbell, Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel, James Clark, and more.
Yeah because no one else out there has ever missed a block or made a mistake before...
Dontre, via this:
Hopefully they hire him.
This is just like all the dumbasses here, on other Buckeye boards, tailgating, in the stands, on social media, etc. saying "KG should be the starter, Braxton isn't a good quarterback" and calling for KG to take the job.
It's disturbing how people act and how people really are, but to sit here and act like this is something exclusive to Oregon is crazy...our very own Buckeye fans do this same [stupid] shit every day, even here at our beloved 11W website.