Those are going to be some great games, hopefully they are staggered so we can watch most of them
That stretch of the schedule already looked tricky, now it is going to be that much trickier with two jacked up stadiums under the lights. Anybody who is confident we will walk through these games doesn't know what we're talking about. We all saw what happened last time we played at night at Beaver Stadium (JT gutting it out on a gimp knee before Bosa coming with the haymaker on 4th down) and Camp Randall is always a difficult place to play, especially at night when people have been drinking all day. I said this in another thread but the game against Indiana the week before these two will be a barometer of how we are likely to fair in the road contests. If Indiana keeps it close, get ready for a few games that will be dogfights until the end
A literal rat was in her apartment, if it was the other kind she wouldn't be my girlfriend anymore and I wouldn't be able to post because I doubt they let you on the internet from jail
Thats the NY subway. That guy's lucky the rat is on the subway and not in his apartment, can't say the same for my girlfriend :(
I've been to San Diego and has to be in one of the most perfect locations in the country. The weather is amazing all year, the beaches are picturesque, it's surrounded by some of the best golf courses in the world, and it's only a 2.5 hour drive to LA if that's your thing. They also have a football team apparently, one that just got a lot better
If this is real, it could be the end of the Ole Mi$$ program. Its going to be really interesting how the NCAA handles them and Baylor
30% of the top 10. This draft is going to be great for crootin
I'm not going to worry too much if we can't take down Oklahoma in Norman, as long as we keep it close. What would worry me next season is if Indiana keeps it close right before we have away at Wisconsin and away at Penn State.
The pasing game has been exceptional in maybe two seasons since the turn of the century: 2006 and 2014. It would be great if we put it together this year
Good point. You would think Denzel Ward coming from outside the hash marks would be the best option but that would mean he would have to cover the X or Z receiver while he may be best suited for matching up at the nickel against the opposing team's slot receiver. Its a very interesting paradigm
I know we shouldn't be worried about the offensive line with so much time to go before the fall but UFM has said time and time again that this is an "offensive line driven program" which today looked like it could barely drive to the corner store. I know Elflein and Price were sitting out today but I do have concerns.
Tom Herman comes to mind. Wouldn't be better but would be as close as there is available. He has also been heavily rumored to be the favorite for the Texas head coaching position if Strong were to falter this season which is entirely possible.
Dylan Thompson do anything today? I really liked him coming out of high school but if he doesn't show he can make an impact this year I think he will be left off the team next season
Maybe Harris is in such awe that he cannot express with his body or words the joy he is feeling at the prospect of becoming a Buckeye next year. Or maybe he was really really bored
We are much thinner at RB than I previously believed we were. We have had such good luck with keeping our RBs healthy since UFM came home that you forget how demanding the position is. Who else is there besides Dunn, Weber, and Williams? I know Curtis Samuel can play the position but it seems he is preparing to play in the slot. Fingers crossed we keep those guys healthy this year.
The kid looks like a grown ass man. That highlight where he just threw the other high school player with one arm before marching into the endzone was prototype. I can't imagine what he would look like after a few months in Marotti's program.
Didn't post those highlights but here you go
179 years total of bleeding scarlet and gray between them all, wow. That is a lot of Buckeye up there on that stage
We really don't know what type of shape the inside of the line is in until our first game. The ends will be able to get to the quarterback but that won't matter if teams run straight at us successfully. First two games against high powered offenses before we play Oklahoma better break in the new DTs fast or that trip to Norman could get ugly.
Keandre Jones will crack the two deep at LB once he steps onto campus and I wouldn't be surprised if Jordan Fuller sees a lot of time this year as well.
He didn't mention Curtis Samuel. Is it because he is recovering from injury or is it because he is not in the RB room this spring?
Webb played some nickel last year. Coach Coombs said that he wants all the DBs to be able to be fluid in any position in the secondary so I wouldn't be surprised about where anybody ends up except for Conley who is a lock at the CB1 position
Hubbard is going to be a game changer this season, also Austin Mack looked great with that one handed grab. I'm ready for some football
That, or because of the huge crossover in fandom, many of us Browns supporters don't want us to draft any Buckeyes for fear of destroying their NFL futures