Congrats on fine careers. The way this season has unfolded, I wouldn't be shocked to see them add one more Sweet Sixteen to their list.
It could be costly on some timing fronts, but this year's WRs must run better, more crisp routes. Having young QBs makes it even critical that they make sharp, explosive cuts.
They should really check out the concrete memorial we started piecing together in 1920 in honor of our big wins. It's affectionately known as the Horseshoe.
Espn is offering $10K for a picture of Gene Smith Te-bowing in shame before the NCAA
Can we nickname him 'A Game'? It's not a cliché when you live it every day. Just so thankful my boys have been able to root for #4 the past four years.
Amir is a riddle, wrapped inside an enigma, wrapped up in a 6'11" nba frame.
Urban multitasking: showing off his UC pride and getting his team angry.
Good to hear your account and glad things worked out for your friend. It's good to know the future of the program we love so much is being entrusted to young men of such high character. Keep up the great work!
You know, you're right. Misplaced frustration. Schoenhofts are family friends and he's a great guy. It's all Meg's fault.
Getting tired of how some fans deride our former players. Most don't turn into stars, but they still chose to be Buckeyes and should be granted some respect, especially years after their playing days are over.
Size isn't everything. Clemson's Vic Beasley is listed as 6'3" 225 lbs. He's a hell of a player.
If we couldn't get MM, I'll trust Coach Johnson's opinion that Slade is the best defensive end he saw this year and welcome him with open arms. Actually would be happy with this given how concerned Malik's parents have been about his maturity.
Woohoo! Welcome JJ. Great start to signing day, Go BUCKS.
I give the kid his due tonight, he gave real good minutes in 2nd half. Love the energy Trey is bringing too. Keep it up big fellas.
Great team effort. Way to bring the intensity Trey and ADV.
If only we could shoot 3s at the rate I drop F-bombs when watching this team.
Oh well, stick with it guys. Time to play the role of spoiler.
Admittedly a little nervous about the site redesign, but I trust in you guys like I trust in Urban. Thanks for being the greatest place to share, laugh and revel in Buckeye-ness.
Let's get the ball to the tight ends every play of the opening drive of the season. Just to set the tone.
We're dependent on Amir showing up. Glad he did tonite, good win.
Awesome gray box! Welcome home Brady.
Appreciate Mark's efforts and all the people behind the scenes who make the Buckeyes great.
Thank you Mr. Hyde for being a beast all year.
Now, was that Herman/Urban calling Brax's number or Braxton not giving up the ball in those situations? Either way, big mistake. #5 has got to learn to get the ball out of his hands quickly and trust the other guys to make plays.
With Herman coming from Rice and Iowa State, I honestly think this is the first elite running back he has ever had at his disposal. As a play caller, Coach Herman is also facing truly elite defenses for the first time. Let's hope he learned a lot these last two games and we come out better for it in 2014.
The defensive talent coming in, including a new co-coordinator, will see the silver bullets shine again. There's only one place to go and that's up.
My biggest concern is Braxton. Can the most electric player on the field override his own desire to keep the ball in his hands and really become the quarterback this team needs to win it all? We saw glimpses of it at the beginning of this past season. In these final 3 or 4 games, I saw the old Brax re-emerge where it seemed like he was keeping the ball to get scores and yards for himself. This kid has first round NFL talent, but scouts don't need to see your stutter step anymore. Show them you can make reads, get the ball out of your hand quickly, stop taking senseless sacks, and get the most from the incredible talent around you.
We saw that numerous times this season. Not sure if Brax wants to be the guy in clutch time, or if he just truly trusts his own athletic ability more than the play or his teammates.
This team plays remarkable defense across the board. Hell, I'm excited to watch them play Nebraska because of how well they are working. Way to send 2013 out on a strong note, go Bucks!