Headline description has a weird typo
Also kind of shocked not to see Noah Brown listed. National media are about to get a grizzly 4:59 a.m. wake-up call.
Complete with skull session
PLAYOFF? YOU WANNA TALK ABOUT PLAYOFFS?
Is the Cleveland Title Drought worth it if it results in the Cleveland Title Trifecta (Cavs/Indians/Browns)?
"I wasn't expecting 2 say this but they have enough talent 2 win
all2 games this year."
IIRC Cincinnati 2014 and Maryland 2014 were other speed games. I remember we put up 50 pretty fast.
That is an excellent analysis. Meyer's leadership is superb primarily OFF the field. From the way he structures his agreements with new hires (2 year promise) to the way he makes needed moves without bias (Hinton, Withers) matched up with his family investment in coaches (recruiting breaks, team dinners) and his "Head Coaching U" teaching ability shows he sets realistic expectations and supports those expectations and allows each person to decide if they want to meet them.
I don't have an inside view of what's really happening in Meyer's office, but from what his former assistants say, Urban is going to the matt to make a guy succeed. That's a leader.
And then he turns around and helps them get a better job with no hard feelings about the huge hole they leave. That's a friend.
I was actually referencing something Urban said about Samuel earning the start with his practice habits. I'm not saying that Samuel wasn't a phenomenal player.
“Just the week of practice,” coach Urban Meyer said of the reason for starting Samuel over Ezekiel Elliott, who had been the regular starter. “There is nothing quite like competition.”
And Samuel didn't start until Illinois...
That Samuel start was a thank you for practice habits. Motivational tool. Samuel got the start, but Elliot still played 75% of that game.
#Agree with you on the total package comment though. That's what kept Dontre off the field for so long and I am glad to see Weber isn't falling into the same trap.
It's also a long way from Practice 3 (when Tom Dienhart, the author, observed this) and picking up a streaking linebacker on 3rd and 7 in Happy Valley.
Weber should be fine. We usually don't leave our RB to block the best future top five pick one on one with the game on the line...
That's the Originality I'm looking for! =b
1/2 of 0? Done.
That WAS Worley! Oh man, my confidence level in our LB crew just shot through the roof.
I feel like he was setting us up for a "Don't be upset when OSU doesn't win the title" comment.
Interestingly, it looks like Urban has ceded PA in exchange for upticks in TX and NY.
Also interesting that Tressel had more recruits from FL than Urbz.
What are these "Tight Ends" you speak of?
I don't know, son, go ask Mr. Butt from TTUN.
What was the name of the walk-on LB that was dueling for playtime with Darron Lee before the Navy game in 2014?
For some reason, I thought it was Chris Worley...
If an agent doesn't agent is he still an agent?