15-3 TD-to-INT ratio. Taking care of the football. That means a lot when you are on a team that is mostly about running the ball and playing defense.
Yeah, Jordan was a tackle. I have no way of knowing for sure, but I think the plan is to have Jordan at LG for two seasons then move him to LT after J. Jones leaves. I think that they wanted the true freshman at G because the G is a little bit more likely to get help. Moving Jordan to RT and possibly moving Prince to G is something they may look at in the offseason
JT has an excellent TD-INT Ratio, also
Also, most of the insanely inaccurate passes are due to the WR running the wrong route. The WRs are dropping catchable passes at least 1-3 times a game.
Somebody needs to send this to that Murphy guy who covers the Razorbacks
Beck's experience as a QB coach is limited to OSU and Nebraska. Anyone know what position he played in college? Beck is certainly not a QB guru, but Meyer has said that he does not want a guru. He wants a guy that can coach his system.
One thing that does not look good for Beck is that I do not know how long Meyer will want two guys in the box
I give it 5 Stars. Will listen again
Braxton missed a lot of reads( I have never heard anything about predestined. He just missed a lot of reads) and JT is better at running the option, but still, Braxton could put up huge numbers in the run game
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I'd want Braxton Miller on the option, tbh
JT Barrett has an great TD-to-INT ratio: 24 TDs to 4 INTs. He does a great job taking care of the football.
Underutilized Roy Hall, also. That guy would have been an excellent hybrid, flexed tight end in Urban's offense.
JT was effective but it seems the playbook gets limited against MSU
True. On the IZ/Slant RPO, if the Will plays run, then they throw a slant. http://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-football/film-study/2016/03/69194/film-study-examining-the-ever-growing-limits-of-runpass-options.
I am sure that the slant is used other times, but against zone it take a QB and WR being very good at finding soft spots
Is Meyer too obsessed with creating a numbers advantage in the box against MSU? At the end of the MSU games, the question is usually "why didn't we run the TB more?" Injuries has been a factor but still.
Samuel picked up a huge gain off a slant route early in the season. More of a hot read, quick, man beating route. I know they do slants in the NFL vs zone and some college teams do too but it is kinda risky. WRs can slant right into a LB
The Jacksonville Jags and the KC Chiefs designs may be an improvement/ I liked the TB Bucs one. The rest of them no bueno
I highly doubt Dino would lose a game out of spite. You keep fighting till the end. Also, think of recruiting
If Wisconsin wins and Oklahoma wins the Big12 then OSU would have beaten the B1G and Big 12 conference champions.
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I'd go with Dak also. With that massive O-Line, Zeke, and picking up an extra blocker in the run game because of Dak's read-option ability, their run game is awesome. That should move safeties in the box and create more one-on-one matchups for Dez, Beasley, and Whitten. Dak doesn't have to be that great at reading defenses
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