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kareemabduljacobb


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Comment 17 hours ago

I wish Lyle was consistent. Not drop 25 one game then go scoreless or score 5 or less over the next 3-4 games after.

Comment 17 hours ago

We shall see.  Unless they're a top notch 5* recruit, we haven't seen many if any come in and actually improve during the course of their Buckeye careers under Thad.  Player development is a foreign to this program.

Comment 17 hours ago

Thompson isn't that bad of a big.  Too bad we don't have much talent.  The incoming players we have over the next couple of years will continue that trend.  We're a borderline NCAA/NIT team every year now.

Comment 14 Jan 2017

I wouldn't be upset if he fell to the end of the 1st and my Cowboys were able to pick him up :p

Comment 11 Jan 2017

Don't forget about Fuller.  I think he may end up landing the starting spot at S.  But have been waiting for Smith to finally make his mark.  Either way, both of those players should see a good amount of time next year.

Comment 11 Jan 2017

I'm right there with you.  I've never missed a game in my life (that I could control) and these last 2 years it's been hard to watch where finally this year, I haven't watched half the games.  I watched the good match up games but that's about it.  It's tough to watch this team regress over the last 4-5 years with no signs of improvement coming in the near future.  When we're vying with Rutgers to be the worst team in the B1G, it's probably better you didn't watch this years bball as it could be bad for ones health.

Comment 11 Jan 2017

Unfortunately the one he's referring to actually posted that dumb shit on 11W facebook page (his tweet) as if to be proud of it.  Everyone quickly put him in his place then that post was either deleted by him or the 11w fb page mods.

Comment 11 Jan 2017

As much as it sucks to lose a player of his caliber.. there aren't many 5'8/5'9 WRs that go on to be really successful.  It would've been a much bigger story and loss had Grimes were to decommit.  Replace him with size and land Harris.  We'll be fine.

Comment 10 Jan 2017

The amount of plays your run shouldn't matter that much.  I'd much rather run good plays and win the time of possession.  That's more successful than trying to run as many plays as possible.  See Baylor and Oregon.  How many titles do they have?  Now look at the Cowboys behind 2 Rookies and a lot of young talent on that team.  Don't need to be flashy or go for the homerun balls.  They play tough, physical football and control the clock. 

2-QB systems never work.  Sure, Meyer did it with Tebow but Tebow didn't really play all that much and when he was in the game it was usually on short yardage situations where he would run the ball.  The most he played were in blowouts.  He only had 1 game where he threw more than 10 passes that year -- against a bad team, and only 1 game where he had more than 10 rushes - vs us in the National Title blowout win for them.  I don't like the idea, historically outside of that UF team.. what other team(s) have won the title using a 2-QB system?

Comment 10 Jan 2017

No, I think it had more to do with him feeling ready to make the next move even with the uncertainty of where he'll get drafted.  I think he has enough confidence in himself to make it at the other level so he felt it was in his best interest to leave now.  Plus, he did deal with breaking his leg already and probably doesn't want to risk getting injured again without being paid to do what he does. 

I think he'll make a pretty good pro.  A big and physical guy with decent speed.  He could turn into a nice possession WR. 

Comment 10 Jan 2017

Yeah that was years ago and how many other examples can you think of?  Go back 2 years.  JT and Cardale.  How'd that 2 QB system work out?  On a team that returned most of it's studs from winning the Title the year before turned into shit offensively.

Comment 10 Jan 2017

Definitely, Tebow was an all-time great at the college level.  Not sure why people hold his NFL career over what he did in college.  There have been plenty of Buckeyes who dominated in College only to have a subpar NFL career.