I agree, Lewis has been outstanding. Soon enough, teams will have even more difficulty game planning for our D Line (other than holding of course LOL!). Hubbard and Holmes, when he gets snaps, have been pretty good as well.
The young man is highly productive even if the numbers don't say so. He's a walking mismatch. I noticed that he seems even quicker than before and his awareness seems better too. Again the numbers might not match it but I see an improved player.
I lost my voice and I'm pretty sure I hit my head on the ceiling when I jumped up after he snagged it....I'm so happy for him!!!!!
What's up BuckeyeSouth?! I will definitely pass the kind words along to him. He absolutely feels very appreciated and he feels OSU has the best fans in the world. It's one of the reasons he returned. He knows that his role is important and that he's doing very well this season. Of course he sees room for improvement but he recognizes that his hard work is paying off. Thanks again for the kind words!
Thank you very much! I really appreciate that!
I am extremely proud of how my nephew has played this season as well as his first 3 years. It's awesome to see him get the credit he deserves for his hard work. Myself and a few other family members were at the game last week and we greeted him outside of the tunnel. I told him he played a great game and his response should scare all opposing offenses: "Really? Man, I felt like I didn't play well AT ALL!"
I look forward to seeing how much better he and the rest of the team can be this season!
Great read! Great questions and thanks for including mine.
What do you anticipate the offensive game plan will consist of? How do you see the distribution (ex: catches or runs for Braxton, carries for EZE) amongst all of the skill players?
If I'm not mistaken I don't think he has a touchdown yet. I would really like to see him get a pick 6 at least once this year just for the hell of it!
Great movie! The only issue to me was they didn't give MC Ren a bigger role. He was way more important than what they showed.
I was just thinking that! He's years removed from it but the fire still burns.
I was surprised by that. I cannot wait to see what he does this year. As long as he stays healthy and takes well to his new position (which I am hopeful he will), he will be one of the top players in the country.
I agree. If it happens again soon, it might be the Buckeyes again. Maybe Gibson and Burrow? Or Collier? Or whoever we recruit LOL???
Great minds think alike...I just posted the same thing. My bad.
Here is a link for the number of players per conference: http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_/id/112882/cfbrank-by-the-numbers-ohio-state-leads-the-way
Here is a link for the top 10, which you can see other links in the paragraph before the descriptions to see where they rank all the players from 11-100: http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/13274030/cfbrank-1-10-college-football-top-100-players-2015-season
Our guys are as follows:
- Bosa and Elliot tied for #1
- Decker #28
- JT #29
- Lee #33
- Washington tied for #35
- Elflein #47
- Cardale tied for #77
- Perry tied for #84
So proud of the big fella! He worked hard and never complained so it's only right that he gets rewarded with a great opportunity this season.
Diesel is correct. He got that from his basketball playing days as a youngster. He wore 34 like Shaq.
2013 vs. FAMU. Sadly, my nephew was hurt and couldn't play but I still wanted to go and support the team. Even though it was a complete blowout I really enjoyed the atmosphere. Archie Griffin walked right past our area and my sister said "Who was that?". I just pointed up to his name and number in the stadium and said "He's a legend" LOL!! After the game, we got to walk down by the field and go through the tunnel the players come out of. Then, we got to greet my nephew and saw a bunch of his teammates as they exited the stadium with their friends and family. It was a great experience overall. Also of note, every game I go to we win big (Kent State and UC are the others). So, since it's his last year I plan on going to even more and the trend will continue!!! (I know it will probably happen if I'm there or not LOL!!)
Speaking of Taste of Belgium, they just opened a new one in Rookwood. The chicken and waffle sounds crazy but it's delicious.
J'Alexander's would be my recommendation. It's not super expensive and the atmosphere is nice in there. Also, if you're in the mood for seafood, Pappadeaux would be a great choice. It can get kind of expensive there to be honest but it is worth it.
Pontiac's brisket is so good! Good call on the Holtmann's too. They have the best glazed I've ever had.
Amazing to watch! I can't wait to see what's in store for him this season.
Whoop That Trick: The Biography of a Beatdown
I almost spit water all over my keyboard when I read this! Thanks!
Great question. According to Pro Football Reference, it has happened once since 1980. In 1993, Mark Brunell and Billy Joe Hobert were both drafted from Univ. of Washington.