Bama with no Saban? no Texas? ttun? yikes b/r
haha see comment above
To declare this today the golden era I agree with you way to early to tell. Certainly it seems like things are starting to fall into place for unprecedented success in the future.
Alright I may have jumped the gun declaring Worley a first round pick, but I certainly expect him to be a candidate for declaring early after this year. Lee saying there's no drop off, Worley being in the program another year, waiting his time for so long... I expect him to hold of Jerome baker and make a ton of plays this year. He's another guy that came in as a safety, grew into a linebacker, and if I remember correctly had a bit of a mean streak coming out of Glenville.
And obviously this is all speculative, I think it's awesome that we can have these conversations about guys.
I heard that if greens stay as fast as they were earlier in the week, experts wouldn't be surprised if winner was double digits over par. should be a lot of fun to watch professional golfers 3 and 4 putt like I do. Golf course is real winner, but the guy holding the trophy at the end of this I'm gonna guess is speith.
Was this a projection or a best case scenario???.... the rich get richer.
Awesome post BD, on the DT list, no Jarran Reed? I haven't watched the film as you have but I remember him being a huge part of that very scary Alabama DLine. I don't think I've seen a mock draft where he doesn't go Top 25. I'd love to hear your analysis on him.
I absolutely love this spread, and will put a lot of money on this one. I think i would take OSU up to about 20. There are a lot of things saying OSU will win this game easily. One, in Columbus. First real home game for OSU, players and certainly the fans will be fired up. Looking at Sparty first, the amount of injuries Mich St has had on both sides of the ball cannot be ignored, especially Connor Cook. One or two big hits from Bosa/Washington and I could see him being knocked out of the game. Their DBs and LBs are not what we have grown accustomed to seeing the last few years. Dline is very good but OSU will most likely keep a TE in to help farris in passing situations. Looking at OSU, defense is playing at an incredibly high level. The pass rush will not effect MSU like it has lesser teams because Cook is a NFL caliber quarterback, but the run defense will dominate msu which has been very inconsistent. JT shaking the rust off vs illionis, I expect a performance like last year going 250/100 with 4 total td. OSU train gets rolling, Meyer sends a message to the country you better watch the fuck out...
They're projecting Stidham to start most of the second half, which leads me to believe they're gonna keep scoring and prevent a backdoor cover from SMU.
I think so too and i know SMU is different than Minnesota but didn't people think the same thing of TCU last night? Great performance by Minnesota to hold that 'elite' offense to 23 points.
I'm interested to see how Chad Morris handles his SMU debut, but that's all I know about them too.
Especially against a big ten team they're out looking for blood.
I love it too. Bama front seven is too big and Wisconsin doesn't have the ability to spread them out like OSU did.
I think you if you made everybody post their age when they answered this question we would see a correlation. For 2002 I remember watching the game like it was yesterday, and I was only 9 years old. I couldn't appreciate it to the extent that I could 2014. 14 was more enjoyable for me not only because of the season and beating bama but it was the fact that buckeye nation could stand tall middle fingers up to the rest of the world. after letting it all slip away in 2006, 2007, 2010, and 2013, 2014 was amazing for me.
On the flip side of the coin, my dad, who is now 48, said 2002 was the the better for him. he didn't see a national championship for Ohio state until he was 35. He lived the cooper years and while I had 4 seasons of true 'we were so close' he had probably 10+. Curious to see if anybody that's more 'seasoned' agrees.
Definitely good points made. I'm not saying that the players we had were bad players, but you can't say they were the same as we had this past year. OLine are comparable, running backs are comparable, but wrs are not.
Philly/Devin ('13/'14)/Spencer does not even come close to Devin ('14/'15), Thomas, Marshall, Spencer.
My biggest 'complaint' is that people say JT and cardale are so much better quarterbacks and throw the ball better when the weapons JT/Cardale had were much more dangerous than the weapons Braxton had. We can argue this till we're blue in the face obviously so we will just have to wait and trust UFM. It's my from the couch coaching opinion that Braxton is a true game changer every play and will be able to throw 3500+ run 1500+ with what we have coming back this coming year, and that's why I think he should start.
They'll battle splitting reps for the first few weeks then half way through Urban said he will name a starter to allow them to get all first team reps leading up to the opener.
oh please. don't don't give me that 2 nfl wide receiver bull shit. philly brown and 13/14 Devin smith does not compare to mike thomas, jalin marshal, dontre, and 14/15 Devin smith.
the weapons next year will be the best yet under meyer, and Braxton will untap all of the potential.
at this point we will agree to disagree... but we will both agree that we just want the best guy to win the job.
he was 100% but the difference in playmakers around him is night and day. he was 2x big ten player of the year by himself. just wait for the numbers he will put up with the weapons he now has at his disposal.
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