Andrew, how many offers do we have out to Georgia prospects right now? Seems like there's a new one everyday
Every coach since 1947 at Ohio state has been a hall of famer other than fickell. So they've all followed HOFers and then had HOF careers
Surprised to see Oregon on there. Their draft eligible guys all came from top 25 recruiting classes... #notdevelopedthere
I also think they think that they think
too much red bull
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Ok, walk me through your math. I'll help get you started. Here are JT's passing stats from the last 3 games (the games to which you are referring):
Michigan State: 10/22 (45.5%)
Michigan: 15/32 (46.9%)
Clemson: 19/33 (57.6%)
Total: 44/87 (50.6%)
So I'll try this again, what part of your math skills arrived at 38%?
How about a look at what state has produced the most super bowlers?
Where did you come up with 38% passing?
We might need a gif of JT yelling in the background after the "Imma need your ring" comment
Best thing about this picture is the ticker on the bottom perfectly captioning the moment
Watch again, he snuck a quick "I" in there
Ohio State doesn't need to throw that much. It can grind it out on the ground before strangling its opponent with field position and defense.
Tressel, is that you?
Ask him how he explains saban's pedestrian coaching record at Michigan state
How long till there are T shirts ready?
I think Jabrill was just demonstrating Michigan's version of the "jump man"
An extremely underrated part of Pace's game was his athleticism at his size. I can remember watching in awe when Eddie George would break for long runs and out of nowhere big number 75 would be rumbling down the field still picking up blocks in front of him down field. Pace was absolutely incredible, the only offensive lineman that has ever consistently drawn my eye while watching a football game, it was impossible not to notice what he was doing
Zeke's blocking on this play is so undervalued
Can't help but wonder if it is a recruiting ploy somehow
I think Thad would be hard pressed to bring Tate off the bench. If the matchups with our opponent work in such a way that Loving/KBD could adequartely defend the opponent's 2 then I could see Thad starting with Lyle, Loving, KBD, Tate, Thompson. That'd be a long, athletic lineup. He could then bring in Kam, CJ, and whichever of the freshman are ready.
I do think we are going to need all the big guys because Thompson and Bell are both foul proned
That was the most interesting quote to me as well