I prefer Murphy's stout over Guinness or Killians.
Great write up. I didn't know any of that stuff about him
The last thing that I read was that Lisle was the 6th man in 2015
If we weren't in dire need of O-linemen when he came here, he would be a 1-tech DT. Bollman's fault
Got a lot of talented guys. Lack of experience is the only problem. I think that is why I like the Pridgeon signing so much. The team is starting to look like an offensive line driven team
This could happen too.
My prediction 2/4/16
There will be a real battle at RG
Yeah, spread offenses are forcing more open field tackling
It sounds like he likes being a hybrid. Advantage, Ohio St
"I got to play running back, wide receiver, punt return and kick return. I got to show my whole athletic ability and what I can do on the field, but I really try not to pay attention to [the rankings]."
Too many plays that should be constraint plays were considered “bread and butter” last year. A Q draw is a nice play if you see the defense getting too aggressive in the pass rush, no spy, etc., but it has become a “bread and butter” “try to stop it” thing. The pause in the q draw actually makes it worse than say running a QB counter trey. The jet sweep is a nice play, if you see the defense cheating into the box and not respecting the perimeter, but for some reason we started off a game with the jet sweep.
If you look at most of the Patriots slot receivers in the spread--Welker, Ameodola(sp?), Edelman, etc.--they fit that definition of short and shifty
1. Yes. Michael Thomas should have caught more passes last year.
2. Cam Newton is going to the Super Bowl. Russell Wilson and Alex Smith were in the playoffs. Our offenses, like the NFL examples, know the need to add more vertical passing to the spread option attack
I see less bubble screens and less jet sweeps. The H being a guy that is either a slot receiver or motioned into the backfield to be a RB is still good. Ohio St can still recruit and find a place on the field for these short, fast guys.
Diamond formation all day, every day
He made it 43 years after Michael tried to have him whacked. Respect.
Not a surprise that Hairball is doing well this year. scum can probably get a lot of those guys on the field pretty quickly. That is a decent selling point.
Da Bears are looking at Braxton http://www.windycitygridiron.com/2016/1/25/10827808/chicago-bears-nfl-draft-ohio-state-braxton-miller-senior-bowl
I really think a team that plays a lot of spread option will draft him.
The Midwest is never short of O-Linemen. If we were not short on O-Linemen when Meyer came here, Billy Price would probably be playing the one-tech DT on defense.
Bennett is playing in the league and Washington will be playing in the league. We don't really need to panic that much
That is true. The one tech is acts like a NT in a 3-4. The LEO/Viper acts like a 3-4- OLB and 4-3 DE hybrid. The defense we have is a 3-4/4-3 hybrid.
I have lived in every part of the country except the Pacific Northwest and drivers, for the most part, are the same except for New England. They seriously drive, on average, at least 10-20 MPH slower than any other part of the country.
Jalin Marshall in 2014
I watched 1 through 6 before seeing 7. The prequels would not be that bad, if people did not know everything that was going to happen
I was born in '73 so my first crushes were Marie Osmond and Linda Carter. I didn't notice Tennille
I went back to Ohio about a year ago, and, yeah, the quality of drivers has went down tremendously.
amazing that only 2 out of 4 of these guys were on drugs