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joshsummers02


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Comment 04 Jan 2014

This is what I expected.  I figured Braxton's NFL grade would be low and Shazier's would be too high to pass up.  Let's hope the O-line will be good next year, and our young linebackers can play.  I think (hope?) 'Kwon will come in and play solid, and that Mitchell will be able to step up and use his great athleticism to become another good one.  Perry has played pretty good.  We have the pieces, but it's up to the coaching staff to get these young guys ready.  I know some people are saying bad things about Miller (and Philly, Roby, and even Shazier), but we should just appreciate these guys and be grateful.  Could have been a worse year - we could have gone 7-6 with a loss in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.  At least the future is bright.  Now, I am really looking forward to finding out who will replace Withers as the new D coordinator - important hire.  If this season teaches us nothing, it should reinforce being humble.  Too much smack talk from Buckeye fans when we haven't accomplished anything under Meyer yet.

Comment 19 Dec 2013

I saw someone on 247 bring up a guy who worked under Urban Meyer at Florida.  He seems like a good candidate if UFM can pry him away from the NFL again.

http://www.ravenspr.com/coaches_personnel_bios/TERYL_AUSTIN.pdf

Comment 01 Dec 2013

Why can't we implement a scheme similar to Michigan State?  We have as good or better athletes.  Maybe Fickell can study their D and implement some of their concepts - if not in time for next week, then maybe for the bowl game.

Comment 19 Nov 2013

If Indiana could field a decent defense, I think they could make the same strides Baylor made in turning in to a good team.  They have built a good offense with less talent than many B1G teams.  If they could develop the D, they could be scary down the road.  Big if though.

Comment 08 May 2013

I think when he stated that Grant "manifested a simple faith in success," I think he meant that Grant manifested a faith in his own success, not success in the abstract.