Yes! Not many people can run like he does, not to mention he's 240 lbs and does that. Didn't he beat all the receivers for the steelers in a race not to long ago? The only better athlete I can think is Braxton. He was you were just waiting for him to explode every play.
I think the 2014 defense is being overlooked big time. They had 3 first rds draft picks and I wouldn't be surprised at all if Mcmillen was a first rounder as well. So four would be first rounders. Not to mention Bennett was a man amongst boys during the final stretch. Everyone is saying bama could have ran all over osu in 2014 well everyone is forgetting how focued osu was on shutting their heisman candidate receiver which they absolutely did. Let's not forget to mention how they absolutely shut down oregon the top offense in the country. So maybe the 2002 defense was better but you don't win a national championship without a very good defense.
2-1 against him with Herman and would have been 3-0 with Herman if he had Chris ash on that 2013 team
Why do people keep saying cardale would have given the ball away. He threw 2 interceptions in those 3 postseason games and one was all on jalin for the ball going through his hands. So there was one interception that was truly on cardale over 3 games. Fumbles was a bit of a different story but I think there were two fumbles that were recovered by the other team one of which was on a freak play but never the less it was a turnover. So that's what 3 total turnovers that were truly his fault over three games against two of the top defenses in the country and and above average defense. I've seen several people imply cardale would have a bunch of turnovers in this game but I really don't see him turning the ball over too much.
Wouldn't you favor a team that had dominating wins vs a team that struggled to beat teams all season long? The 2014 team dominated the last 3 teams they played. Beat wisky who I think was ranked around 13 by 59, then beat number 1 bama in the sugar bowl, then dominated the number 1 ducks in the national championship.
This show was incredibly frustrating to watch. That coach had absolutely no control over his team whatsoever. The players did not care one bit about their team, coach, or school and that was obvious. They were only concerned about themselves. It's disgusting how selfish and lazy the players are.
To me it would be on par with kids liking the ducks jersey's. It my be cool but it's not going to have a significant impact on the recruits decision.
Just fuck these refs
Hard to name a top one but my list goes:
GoT, SoA, breaking bad, and the office
Or how about taking helmets away. Taking helmets away, players will not be so eager to use their head when making an tackle.
Yeah the whole defensive player of the year argument makes sense, but it's funny because I've heard several people say jordan wasn't even the best defender on the team. Some think pippen was the better defender and they would put him on the better players instead of Jordan. But like I said I was very young when Jordan was playing so I was never able to watch him so everything I know is just what I have heard.
Coming from someone that never watched Jordan I'm I don't really understand how you could compare Jordan and lebron. They seem like such different players to me. Jordan is known as a scorer and lebron is a distributor and this is evident from stats alone (lebron is about 15ish all time for assists and Jordan isn't even top twenty). And although there is a big scoring gap between all time points for lebron and Jordan, lebron should be pretty close to jordan by the time he has finished. The only knock I seem to hear about lebron is that he doesn't have the rings that Jordan does which to me seems to be somewhat overplayed.
One team plays 16 games the other plays around 13-15 so I'm going to have to go with RG3 if he stays healthy
Unfortunately those quaterbacks for um and msu will have almost a full season of games under their belt by the time they get to us on their schedule so its not like they will be breaking those quaterbacks in against osu. And I agree since we rotate so many players on the defensive line and and at wide receiver we have a lot of guys with serious min that aren't considered starters but they are considered pretty reliable.
My one area of concern is offensive line. It was crazy to me the offensive line that dominated on the way to a national championship and only lost one starter struggled so much this past season. Teams were constantly getting pressure on the quaterbacks last season and the run game just wasn't the same til they got the right coaches up in the booth. Now they're losing 3 starters from an offensive line that definitely struggled last year. If they can get the offensive line hitting then I will be much less nervous about this upcoming season but until I see it in going to be pretty apprehensive about just how far the Buckeyes can go.
Like people have said above cardale square peg in a round hole. He just wasn't a fit for the offense this year. Not to mention they stopped doing everything that was effective with him in the 2014 run in 2015, which was incredibly frustrating to me. Honestly it's not like JT came in and was tearing it up in the passing game either. They went with JT because he could run the ball because the passing game was just not there this year for some reason.
I heard some similar things about Darren Lee from some people who went to new albany, but he turned out alright!
Having gone to Delaware Hayes I would have loved to see Khalil here but I don't think he's really going to be much of a threat for a few years down the road. This year he was really inconsistent in his playing time and really didn't provide much on offense at all, but I think given a few years he could be pretty good.
I think lately they have been shooting much better at the line. They were 91% from the line last night (21-23). The beginning of the season it was pretty bad but lately I think they've been a lot better from the line.
After watching his film I really don't see him as a tight end but a big receiver. All of the highlights all saw of him none of it was blocking. His film kinda reminds me of Alex stump, big receiver that will go up and get the 50/50 balls and not afriad of taking hits across the middle going for the ball.
I was just about to say the same thing. Look at last year's finals. Lebron should have been the mvp of the finals on the losing team. I can appreciate what steph does he is just flat out amazing shooting the ball, but you take steph off to that team they still make the playoffs. You take lebron off the cavs they aren't even close in an eastern conference that is pretty bad.
Like you said, "granted he's got the best supporting cast in the nba." People really tend to ignore this when comparing lebron and curry. Lebron should have been the mvp of the finals last season with his second and third best player on the team injured. All the focus was on lebron and he almost won mvp of the finals (and should have). If you switched curry and lebron in the finals last season, lebron and the Warriors sweep curry and the cavs.
I think Daryl Baldwin and Steve miller were greatly undervalued
Just curious as to what makes you say that?
Bowden is as explosive of a player as I've seen since I've started following recruiting.
I don't think anybody is questioning whether JT can throw the ball, but whether the pieces around him can step up. Both JT and cardale were fantastic in 2014 passing and both were sub par this past year passing. What I think concerns people is the fact we are losing 3 lineman (one of which was an all American LT) and we struggled last year in pas protection that does not bode well for this upcoming year. Next you have to replace all three starting recievers one of which is most likely a first round prospect and second best reciever in the country. I know there are some questions about JT that people might have but overall I don't think people are really questioning whether JT can get it done but whether the people around him are going to step up also.