Damn, that was my error. I removed the wrong one when cutting down the list. That should have been in place of the Devin bomb from the same game. I has a sad.
Both were awesome. Think the first quarter one got more play in our talks because of 1) the stiffarm, 2) the jump, 3) the tightrope walk on the sideline, 4) the speed, and 5) it really set the mindset that Ohio State could play with Alabama (in both teams' minds). But it's like your children, you love them all and it's so hard to choose.
Apologies for the videos not having the proper start times. It was working fine last night and now I can't seem to get them to change. I'll continue working on the problem.
Oh man...mental note: do NOT google the schedule. Go straight to Ohio State's official site. Central? Nope, Western Michigan. Fixed.
As for Tim Beck vs. Beckman, that's an autocorrect fail. I just wrote that article recently about Tim Beck. Technology. SMDH.
Who says he can't? Taylor Martinez got better every season under Beck and Armstrong went from kinda terrible to decent in a year.
Dude averaged 38 points a game with Tommy Armstrong as his QB last year. That's not shabby.
Again, it's not really up to Beck to live up to Herman. It's up to Warinner to live up to Herman now.
Barrett has essentially the same injury Evan Spencer had last year. He'll be limited in spring but fine by the time they arrive in late summer camp unless something crazy happens with the way he heals, but based on being off the scooter (and even putting weight on it at the celebration on Saturday) he appears on track.
That play is a designed QB draw. No one passes on designed QB draws.
For the 'Arm Strength Brigade' (see, you have a catchy name now!), go back and look at Devin Smith's touchdown catches in the first 12 games and tell me J.T. can't get the job done on the deep ball. Cardale threw a few jump balls on the first read of his deep-to-shallow progressions and it worked. Doesn't mean his stronger arm = J.T. is worthless on deep throws.
Hey, if a 2/3 vote is good enough to override a presidential veto, it's plenty good enough to put the correct
team national champion in the College Football Playoff.