I thought we would be really, really good next year before Miller's injury. However, I'm not ready to write off this year yet.
I was personally very impressed with Barrett throughout the whole game. 12 for 15 is great for a first start. I expected a lot and he lived up to it.
I couldnt agree more
Personally, I think it is impossible to predict the ability of any defensive player in a game against Navy. The scheme and responsibilities are different than they will ever be again all season.
William and Mary are just two people, and one is a girl. How are they not winning by 100 points going into halftime.
I heard he's been a OSU silent commit for months. He's just trolling TSUN.
Seriously, if we could flip him and get Damien Harris it would cause them to implode.
Quote from the Alabama game "we've seen Ohio State, a top ten team, struggle today"
ESPN's explanation for why Alabama is fallable (for now, infallability is granted to SEC teams in league play).
You would think after the Iron Bowl that Alabama would have worked on defending every return possible.
its actually here
If Lewan was a captain last year, I can't blame Hoke for being a little gunshy about finding decent captains.
Meyer named something like eight captains at th beginning of the season because the vote was so split. This also gave him at least eight people to call on for leadership.
At the end of the year he just trimmed the list for the official record.
Hokes way seems to me to be a way to ensure you have no recognized leaders by having no in season captains. I understand that he is probably attempting to get a few players to become leaders on their own, but it seems to risk cohesiveness.
I think it helps. It shows that we will be solid offensively for the next few years of Barrett's eligibility. Wide receivers should be more affected than the rest.
I agree, but people on this site hav been worried about having two starting quarterbacks (Braxton and JT) during Gibson's freshman year so that seems highly unlikely.
Though I agree that a number change is most likely, I think the fact that he will be on national television could prompt a commitment.
If so than I think Cager will follow soon after, possibly at the Virginia Tech game.
Between Barrett, Wilson, Marshall, and Elliot this year offensively will sink or swim based on the 2013 recruiting class. I'm excited to see what they can do.
I agree about Jeff Greene but I see him doing more damage on field goal blocks due to his absurd vertical skills.
This year I see Lattimore and Smith blocking at least one punt or field goal each. Next year I can imagine Denzel Ward and Tyler Green being ridiculous on special teams. Ward is like Roby jr. and we all know how well Roby did on special teams.
Too bad, I was looking forward to watching a game in the morning
Mick Marotti begs to differ.
Meyer listed the same other guys as battling for the last two starting spots on the offensive line -- Joel Hale, Jacoby Boren, Billy Price, Chase Farris and Antonio Underwood. Alabama transfer Chad Lindsay is also in that fight, but Meyer said he has a shoulder injury that limited him in Saturday's scrimmage.
I imagine his shoulder injury has a lot to do with that. It's a shame for him.
I was wondering how it affects Spencer. He doesn't have the speed of Smith, and I'm not sure I've even heard his name more than once since his recovery.
Good move in my opinion.
I'm surprised no one has been talking about Grant being declared the starter over McMillan.