One of these things is not like the other. (HINT: Santonio Holmes)
Pretty sure you're ACTUALLY the winner this week...
I mean, if you really don't want 'em - I'll take 'em! :D
Giving up that last TD to Coleman was bad for perception. 22-point win would've looked a lot better than a 15-point win. But honestly, we looked god awful for 45+ minutes today.
Barrett finished the game 25 for 35 through the air for 302 yards and
threeFOUR touchdowns, but also threw two interceptions.
Small, but important correction.
314 passing yards for the Distributor.
Minnesota getting absolutely no love. Would've been great for them to sneak into the Top 25 in one of the polls before our game this week.
Entirely intentional. We do not mention He Who Must Not Be Named, lest we invite his spirit back into the team.
So I created a chart to sort of analyze this question a bit and posted it on an 11W blog. It's interesting to decontextualize the QBS and look at a bunch of statistics anonymously and try to make some sense of it. Maybe it answers this question, maybe it just raises more questions. But it might be interesting to check out.
Braxton is H. Pryor is G.
Serious player is serious. I love it.
You are spot on.
E is Heisman Winner Troy Smith, so it makes sense that he is the front runner!
I was indeed JT.
And if, for some reason, we aren't able to put up 500 yards and 50 points the narrative on eSECpn will be "The Buckeyes are clearly overrated" not "HOLY BALLS! They played in insanely cold and nasty weather!"
OKAY: Unanonymized! If you hadn't figured it out (most people seemed to be able to do it). I was too lazy to mix them up, so it's basically in chronological order.
A: Art Schlichter
B: Bobby Hoying
C: Joe Germaine
D: Craig Krenzel (National. Champion.)
E: Troy Smith (Heisman Winner and my favorite Buckeye ever)
F: Todd Boeckman
G: Terrelle Pryor
H: Braxton Miller
I: J.T. Barrett
Absolutely true. And then there's the fact that they both split time in those years (Pryor with Boeckman and Braxton with He Who Must Not Be Named). I tried to take out games where they didn't start or where the didn't receive most of the snaps (so for instance Braxton loses the 2/2 for 30 yards, 1 rush for 5 in the Florida A&M game where he was injured and Smooth Jazz ruled the day).
I will, I just thought we'd talk about it a little first.
Yeah, that's my initial thought too. I, H, E, G seems to be the top four based on this presentation. At least to me.
Exactly. Just comparing stats without context. Though, of course the context actually changes the conversation entirely.
421 rushing yards in a win for the Good Guys.
I had a spinning troll face with the helmet, but the link kept breaking. Good job on the static one - love it!
White out? OKAY.
If this is true and the Buckeyes walked away from an offer they made after the player committed, I've lost a little respect for UFM and his crew.
518 total yards.