Honest question...who are their 3 studs?
Virginia Tech...and every other team on OSU's schedule is in deep shit.
Yeah, I know it's a longshot...
2 together are starting at 200 a pop...and those aren't the best of seats. There is always Gallo's!
Mine too! ;)
This was first reported by "nevadabuck" on scout.com
He hasn't mentioned who...
Braxton Miller is the starting quarterback at Ohio State.
JT Barrett is his backup.
That is why Miller is going.
I feel like all three players will play.
Barrett and Jones will split time in the starting role until one outplays the other. Miller will play each and every game as well, but in more of a QB hybrid role. I can see Miller in the slot, coming in motion...basically being a "Harvin" that can throw the football. He is Harvin on steroids. I can also see all three on the field at the same time in goal line situations. Remember when Miller and Guiton were on the field at the same time?
...but then again...
I could also see Miller winning the starting position outright. Remember...he was a Heisman frontrunner and the clear starter since his freshman year.
Won the title, even though OSU's weak schedule killed them in the new playoff system.
Dave Biddle is absolutely the worst "journalist" following OSU athletics and it's not even close.
10 years plus...
He is at his dream job. He is home. Unless he is forced out in a Tressel like way, he will retire at Ohio State. He is a Buckeye through and through. He clearly loves his job and he clearly is surrounding himself with assistants to take on more than they did in his past gigs.
He will go down in Buckeye history as their best coach ever. It's astounding to see what he has done in 3 short years.
Started his career at OSU going 24-0
Won the division 3 times
2 B10 title games
1 B10 title
1 Orange Bowl appearance
1 Sugar Bowl win
1 National Title
...and the talent keeps rolling in, both in the way of players and coaches. He will be there for a long time...
They refer to anyone from the "north" as Yankees.
They have such an issue with the Civil War even to this day. I believe that is why their terrible fans glomb onto the perception of the SEC being dominant in college football.
Since Meyer has taken over, OSU has averaged:
37.2 points per game
45.5 points per game
44.1 points per game
To challenge Urban Meyer and his offense is truly ridiculous.
One thing that UX does well is run the ball. Not quite as well as Michigan State, Indiana and Minnesota....the three teams OSU played back, to back to back and struggled with stopping the run. UX will try and run the ball early and often. With their 3 RB's and Gardner who can hurt teams with his legs.
Funchess will be an issue in the secondary as will Norfleet.
UX's defense is actually decent, but without Clark they aren't as solid.
This game will be closer than expected, but OSU will win it.
Why is there ANY negativity?
OSU just beat 2 top 25 teams on the road....back to back.
OSU is handling their business.
I would have loved to see Troy Smith in Urban's system for 4 years.
With that said...Barrett WILL be under Urban's system for....5 years.
He had a tough game, it happens.
He also scored a TD to help ice the game.
I live in Philly and am surrounded by a bunch of PSU fans.
Even when they win they play the victim card. "We should have won be 28 instead of 3. This ref screwed us, that play screwed us."
When they lose, it's always because of something else other than they were beaten by a better team. Jesus, even last year the complained about the 63-14 beating they took.
They may not be a rival, but God do I love beating them and love seeing them lose.
I love Bosa....but what is with his sack dance/celebration? It's TERRIBLE. LOL.
The plan is to make one after each Buckeye win....and I'll look into carrying it into basketball season as well.
Yeah....I can't not read/or rite more better.
The point is....Smith is obviously a valued member of the team.