The accolades are well deserved for both players!
Yes indeed...Go Bucks!
Thank you for the thoughtful reply! He does strive to do things right on and off the field like you stated and I hope he continues to do so as well. I will definitely let him know that people such as yourself fully support him! And Saturday was definitely the best display of defense that I've seen in a long time, maybe ever!
I agree with you both. Go Buckeyes!!
Thank you man! And yes it is a very proud moment to see him do well.
Man, Cardale straight up trucked that dude!
Thank you and will do!
Thank you and I will pass that along to him!
That was a horrible call. The sad thing is, I feel that he had been playing well lately. Of course we still blew them out but it would've been nice to see him finish the game on the field.
Thank you! I sometimes wonder if he is being fully appreciated for what he does. He hardly reads things about himself so he can barely tell the difference! It's always good to know that there are people who recognize when someone is doing a good job though.
LOL I hope so man!! The only thing I know for certain is that he LOVES being a Buckeye. I try not to ask him about that one too much because of the pressure involved.
No prob man and thank you!
The D Line, as well as the defense as a whole, played amazing on Saturday. I am especially proud and excited that my nephew, Adolphus Washington, played a great game. (I've never mentioned that he was my nephew while on here but hey, what the hell!!) He has always wanted to be a Buckeye (seriously, we have pics of him as a baby in OSU gear) and I am happy that he is doing well. I'm proud that not only is he a good player but he is also a good person. He will do whatever they ask of him and will not complain about it, which explains why he switched to NT mid-season to help free up his line brothers. He as well as everyone else on the Defense have stepped their game up and I expect it to continue. Go Bucks!!
I hope Dunn can get into the end zone
See if this works.
The young man played an awesome game. Hard work and perseverance gets rewarded every time.
Somebody, hopefully 2 teams, out of the 5 in front of us will lose. All we need to do is win and everything else will take care of itself. Style points must not matter as much as I originally thought. I was expecting a ding because of how close the Minnesota game was. It seems the committee has a good enough amount of respect for that team to give us props for beating them. I feel like if we keep winning, we're in.
Harris is for real. He was a leader and starting PG as a freshman on Dunbar's state championship team. That team had 3 Division 1 recruited seniors and you can tell that they actually looked to him for leadership. I'm looking forward to seeing him play for the Buckeyes!
All valid points. Bosa definitely came to play and MSU's plan for him opened up things for the big guys in the middle. However, I hope Washington and Bennett start to get a little more credit when Bosa goes off. It isn't just his ridiculous instincts and great play that helps him. Those other guys command a lot of attention as well and it frees up opportunities for Big Bear and Miller or whoever else is in. If you take one away, you get hurt by the others. I love it!
I love the way he kept playing on after all of the mistakes he made Saturday. It epitomizes what we all should want to see from every player, a fighting spirit. I hope he has a full and speedy recovery.
I was wondering if anybody else noticed this. The majority of the holding calls that were actually called were caused by him.
J.T. because of the fact that Braxton was a Heisman candidate and also the QB position is the most critical to the success of the team.
Hard work and persistence pays off. When he saw what was in front of him, he could've left to go play elsewhere or sulked on the bench. Instead, he kept on grinding and he is making a difference. With his emergence, it will be extremely hard for teams to gameplan against the D Line. You can't double team all four guys. The sack numbers don't reflect it but overall this line has done a very good job this season. The only issue is the depth isn't where we all thought it would be. The D Line may not be the "best" in the nation in some peoples eyes, but they are very good and Miller playing like he is certainly helps.
Indeed. What a difference a year makes.