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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Witnessing Eddie George in 1995 rushing all over a Simeon Rice-led Illinois defense to the tune of 314 yards, 3 TDs, and even catching one... Orlando Pace didn't look too shabby either... it was a wet cold evening, and all the ponchos were out, but will never forget his milestone. He was a man among boys.
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Comment 09 Oct 2016
These losses are going to weed out those who aren't buying into the system from those who will help lay the foundation for years to come. At some point we will see these guys put their foot down and show enough is enough, even if it is in their last game of the season
Comment 04 Oct 2016

Chef Kwon!

I think the OP is thinking that Chef should have highlights like Chris Borland or Shazier, but though Chef may not always stick his nose into the fray a lot more aggressively like Chris or Shazier, it may also be that he doesn't have to simply because he is playing within the scheme and the plays may be dead before he even has to get involved. Our def is on fire, and until I see an offensive game plan to pick on the MLB, which I haven't seen yet, we can wait and see how it plays out.

Comment 04 Oct 2016

And to add on, who is there DC and where does he hail from? Perhaps a bit of a question to Kyle Jones, but is their defensive scheme 'basic' or who are the biggest threats against our offense in terms of matchup.

Comment 29 Sep 2016

This is what I wanted to hear and voila~! That's a nice small chip to keep on that shoulder, 'cause there's ALWAYS a lot of haters, especially through the stretch of the meat of the schedule... I think I broke the keys on my keyboard typing this in excitemen.... man, feast on the wills of the opponents this year~!

Comment 27 Sep 2016

Are their losses (ie Rutgers) from a lack of talent or sub-tOSU standards coaching (Drew as an OC and whoever their DC is)? I wonder how much of their performance, or lack thereof, is due to not having a fully installed system since inherited players' strengths don't align well with the desired system (much like 2012-2013 seasons for us as Urbz kept saying that it wasn't the full system yet) or just poor effort/performance or talent or all of the above.

Comment 26 Sep 2016
They may have a legit defense this year, but let's not forget that they also had a "scary legit defense" last year, too until injuries and hype caught up with them toward the end of the season... Because all I have heard the from the UM faithful has been the incessant whining of 'but we didn't play you guys at full strength'... Whatever. Def or no def, they are going to get slapped