Imagine Heacock at D-coordinator on Urbz squad ...
Or watch his brothers finish up business from the stands rather than be medevac'ed away. Nothing but respect for JT and his game.
And speaking of the intangibles that don't show up on the stat sheet, I believe JT is the best leader we have out of the three running QBs. Something that often gets overlooked.
I know there are those of us expecting it to be competitive, but I'm not so sure. I'm expecting to see the Bucks crush VT in round 2. I mean ... C'mon .... Urban doesn't lose twice.
Logged on just to UV this
Most deserving player to get drafted as far as effort is concerned. I'm glad to see that he gets to realize the dream of playing in the NFL. Good to see that hard work truly does pay off.
I love his response to his draft position. The way he reacts to adversity is the reason he is the leader that he is. Hats off to Bennett, enjoy the warm weather.
Cardale has no chill
B1G game for the B1G
This is hilarious. A great spin on a great joke. A round of applause to all of the 11W staff.
I vote yes as well. I love reading Remy's posts. Extremely thorough. Keep it up man.
BOOM!! A huge commit. I loved Chris Borland, on and off the field. A big fan. Welcome aboard, Tuf.
Feed Urban all the "fun coupons" he desires.
For anyone interested, aside from the Hyde and Sprinkle cases, I know the Bradley Roby bar incident was missed. Rod Smith has had a number of issues and was ultimately dismissed as a senior. Bri'onte Dunn's arrest is another. And how can we forget Noah Spence? Then there is that time that Jeff Heuerman got a parking ticket at practice ...
Ultimately Urban's track record at Ohio State is pretty good despite these issues, especially when considering the sheer number of kids and their ages.
Ohh myy goddddd! Somebody get me some f***ing pads!
The money isn't exactly guaranteed. At least not all of it. And there's no guaranteed longevity on the life of a NBA player's career either. Who is to say the degree isn't more attractive?
Oh sure, but that would make way too much sense
Braxton deserves to be on the field I completely, wholeheartedly agree. He has single handedly provided life to this program during some improbable times. But what position he chooses to line up at? That's certainly debatable. And generally I wouldn't care but ...
But JT is the man I most want to see behind center. JT just has to be on the field. His talent alone should be enough to put him into contention for the starting spot. But the leadership qualities and intangibles that he possessed are what separates him from the rest, in my eyes.
And with Barrett (or Cardale) at QB, that opens up the skill positions to get a little tricky. Zeke, Dontre, Samuel, Braxton, Thomas, Spencer, etc. What a circus! No defense could effectively defend against that ..
Woody Barrett blew me away. What are the chances he signs with the good guys?
There were just too many great -- incredible -- players on the '14-'15 team. That's why they played as well and overcame as much as they did over the season. But if we are singling out players, JT Barrett was the @#%!ing man from start to finish with VT being the only blip on the season.
Starting workouts as the 3rd stringer, Barrett earned the number 2 spot a day before Braxton tragically re-injured his throwing shoulder, ultimately thrusting the redshirt freshman into a very bright spotlight. And he owned it. He was a leader on this team. He pretty much swept the game MVPs. I don't think anyone fully appreciated the gravity of the season that JT just had as a freshman. The second most productive season by an Ohio State QB or something? JT is my favorite player on this team and he has by vote to take the keys come '15-'16.
Honorable Mentions: Zeekee, Lee, and of course ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Not much in Ohio but football either, if you want me to be honest.
The ignorance displayed by the majority of Alabama fans is something of miracles. How they got that way, I cannot hope to speculate. But I am willing to bet that Finebaum almost certainly lost a few points off his IQ during his time as an SEC radio talk host.
This play is absolutely LUDICOUS! Been watching it over and over and over and ...
Oh, no. We lost him, guys.