I'm trying to be as reasonable as I can after what I saw Saturday night. First, as has been said, this team over-performed this year in comparison with pre-season expectations. It could be argued though that they under-performed against the talent level that they had once we saw them on the field. In the end, I tend to defer to the professionals, like Urban, who have forgotten more about football than most of us will ever know. They do make mistakes though and when those mistakes are obvious there is absolutely nothing wrong with voicing your opinion.
I said it when Tim Beck was hired (maybe even on here) but when your recent work history is Taylor Martinez, a guy who was better as a Freshman than he was as a Senior, why are you qualified to coach at one of the most prestigious programs in the country? And now, if Beck returns next season, I have no doubt that J.T. Barrett will also go down as someone who was better as a Freshman than he was as a Senior. That is no knock on Barrett. Coaching is more important in football than it is in any other sport, and Beck is not an elite level QB coach. Period. I'm sure he is a great guy and I hope he is successful coaching at Youngstown State or wherever he ends up but Ohio State is not the place for him.