Yes Jeremy talked about him this week.
I think JT Barrett is a solid QB but he really struggles with the deep ball. He cannot get enough air underneath the ball to let his receivers run under it because his arm strength is lacking. Better defenses will notice this and will dare him to throw it deep. Penn St. did this and both times the receiver was open but the ball was under thrown and flat. Is he good? In my opinion yes he is. Is he great? Not yet. Can he be great? Needs to improve his arm strength and have an OC that believes in him.
Huh...interesting..Ohio State's coaches don't seem to feel the same way.
The Big Ten's deal with ABC/ESPN is up in a year or two so I guess we will find out then. I know NBC and FOX will probably want a piece of that. Should be interesting.
Too much jiggle?
Also, Kenny Hill
Exactly, bet you see Elflein move to Center and then he will be right there ready for a guard spot as Farris moves to RT next year.
Actually they do this to Alabama and other schools in the SEC as well. I have even seen it for the PAC 12. It is just a college football playoff commercial with all Power 5s jockeying for position within their own conference with the "big dog" taking the brunt in each case.
No I dont think he would do that. How about Jim Mcelwain (sp?) currently at CSU and former Alabama OC?
15-20 yard pass on a crossing route that Barrett put right in his hands. Devin Smith dropped the next pass that would have been a first down as well.
I saw that they lost yesterday and found myself wondering why he was still there. How can you be 4-30 and still have a job?
I think Barrett is doing a great job this year. The only place he lacks is the deep ball. This is where the strong arm comes into play. His deep balls are often flat and don't allow the receiver to run under them. Any throw over 30 yards needs to have some air under it and this is where he struggles in my opinion.
I think he reminds me of JT Barrett. Guiton was a good backup and a good player in his own right. JT has earned the opportunity not to be compared to anyone.
Gunner had 3 receptions for 220 yards. Everything else resulted in 130 yds. I think your first paragraph says it, They took their chances down the field and broke a long one off the line. Other than those 3 plays there really wasnt a threat and Gunner wasnt comfortable in the pocket after the Bosa hit.
Mike Thomas 135.
They should go after Dan Mullen. He most likely will never have sustained success at Miss. St. and would be a good coach for Michigan.