I really want Weber to succeed. Still feel like he got a bit of a raw deal with Drayton.
At any rate, in the Spring game, Weber showed a lot of aggressiveness - often trying to deliver the first hit (almost to a fault). I hope that style doesn't do him in.
It would be nice to see some "film room analysis" (hint) for his spring game performance.
I haven't seen it analyzed here, but I watched Weber pretty closely in the spring game. While he finished with a decent amount of yards, he took a lot of hard hits. It looked like he was trying to "deliver the blow" a lot and at times he definitely took the worst of it.
In lieu of an appropriate MEME, I really am rooting for him. I tend to think he got bent-over a little bit with the Drayton announcement.
guys. please change the embedded font color. The medium-gray font on the light-gray background is so hard to read.
Like I said above. My son knows him. He's just a normal kid. He truly didn't mean for this to blow up.
I live in Lexington. My son goes to school with Landon. My son says Landon is truly upset with the way this went down. He's a nice kid.
Please change the font color on your embedded paragraph sections. The gray on gray is very difficult to read, especially on smaller devices. I'm begging.
Please change the text color on the indented articles. Medium gray text in light gray background is so hard to read.
Old man yelling at clouds here...
Really wish you would change the medium gray font you go to for the indented stories. It's very difficult to read on top of the light gray background. I basically have to skip over those parts...
MSU was pointing because our TE flinched before the snap. I was surprised the ref's missed it.
Not much to add - other than the disfunctionality of this season seemed to begin with Cardale's bizarre press conference in Cleveland when he announced he was returning to school.
1. Could have been much worse if this video surfaced and JT wasnt arrested.
2. Coors Light = Silver bullets, so there's that.
Cardale on artificial turf, indoors is where has done damage. While JT did well in the Minnesota game, it is very obvious to me that he does not like cold weather. Always bundled up on the sideline.
These two points give hope for Cardale.
There were quite a few questionable/inappropriate signs right out front. The "Old Piss" one was visible whenever I happened to be switching through channels. Thought that was a little odd.
Don't forget Mark May.
Is JT CLEARLY 100%?
Pardon the ignorance, and maybe OT, but what really happened with Noah Brown? I'm aware that he fractured his leg, but I haven't read anything else about the situation. Was he hit/tackled? take a bad fall? wrong place/wrong time? Just curious to hear more.
yeah, I mentioned that up a few posts...right at the 1:32 mark. Looks like he could be Danny Hope's dad.
Looks like he could have been Danny Hope's dad.
Guys, Take a look at the Purdue video. Right at the 1:32 (ish) time mark, there is an older Purdue guy on the sidelines who is apparently trying to give the buckeyes the business. Pretty funny.
I wonder if Tom Herman's head coaching experience at Houston could set him up for an eventual return to OSU if Meyer moves on or retires.
Hadn't seen the stats yet. I don't remember if they interviewed him, like they did Zeke. Would have loved to hear him speak.
can't wait to go back and watch replays. Unbelievable that all these full games are on Youtube now. did you watch the Megacast with the ESPN personalities? That was pretty painful.
yeah. Lee made a few 1st down saving plays in the 4th quarter. Even my father-in-law texted me toward the end and said it was one of the best performances he'd seen out of an OSU edge LB. I seriously thought maybe somebody said "give MVP to 43, and it got interpreted as 23"...then again, not sure who really decides those things. Sad that Cardale got left out of an award there.