I did see him in against Kent State and he made a play or two. There was an article earlier in the year citing some disappointment with his offseason development (not sure if it was off the field, in the field, in the weight room, or in the classroom).
Considering I went to high school with both Nugent and Hawk they are two of my favorites. But I would have to say that Shazier is my current favorite. Watching him play with on one leg as a freshman against TSUN in what was basically the lost year. I was excited to see where his OSU career would go and he sure did not disappoint.
Just heard them talking about Dwyer on the radio coming home. Supposedly he head butted his wife in the face breaking her nose after she refused his advances. Then he punched her in the face the next day. Assuming this is true what is wrong with people???
Look I do not beat my child. She has been spanked a few times, but nothing that would leave a mark. I do understand that plenty of people grew up getting beaten by their parents and turned out fine. I know nothing about this AP situation, I am slightly concerned with AP's lawyer saying " It is important to remember that Adrian never intended to harm his son and deeply regrets the unintentional injury.” To me it sounds that this may have gotten out of hands.
Pretty sure I saw Dunn in the last drive as well
Yes, maybe utter chaos is not exactly correct. How about a well structured and Buckeye favorable chaos.
All I can route for is utter and complete chaos!!!!!!!!
When I first read that it was MDMA I was confused as well, more of a party drug and I haven't heard of many people getting addicted. Then I thought about it, to me addiction is the dependency on a substance or activity that has serious affects on your life. That is exactly what occurring in this situation. Spence's drug use has cost him his spot on the football team, threatening his ability to attend college, and ultimately could cost him the chance to earn millions of dollars in the NFL. The fact that he has not done anything other than drug use (theft, drug dealing, fights) I would hope he gets another shot somewhere (would love for it to be Ohio State).
It would be awesome if you could somehow include the player's numbers in charts like this. With all the new kids rotating in it is hard to keep track of them and I don't have them memorized yet.
Jalyn Holmes looked very nice as well.
I'll tell you what, I can do without two Hampton Inn commercials every break.
The nature of drug or any other substances abuse addiction lends itself to lying. These people are even lying to themselves. Hopefully the young man can get his life together. The best thing for him is a strong support group and Ohio State will hopefully be there for him.
Three for three to the TE. High percentage throws, that is what I am talking about.
Well hopefully he will spend a lot of time in solitary lockup.
Pretty ugly. I have no problem with player safety but it is to the point that there needs to be a review process after these personal foul penalties because they are deciding games.
Scary stuff!! I hope they catch him soon and by catch him I mean with a slug between the eyes.
One of the few days that I remember like it was yesterday and likely always will. Walking between English and History class hearing a lot of chatter between students but not paying a lot of attention. Sat down in History class and the television was on to watch the buildings fall. What a terrible day.
Kwon, Dixon, Samuel, and Marshall (redshirt freshman count right?)
I will never defend domestic violence. My take on this is why does it take a video for people to care? At this point in time there are literally dozens of players in professional sports that has been convicted of domestic violence. Take Greg Hardy of the Panthers, he was convicted of domestic violence (in a bench trial). The story goes he threw around his girlfriend, chocked her, threatened to kill her, and then threw her onto a couch that had a handful of guns laying on it. This guy is currently playing in the NFL.
Do we really need to see a video to understand what happens in a domestic violence situation? Every other domestic violence charge/conviction is a bleep on the radar and quickly forgotten about.
I really enjoyed watching Marshall against Navy. Can't say I remember seeing much of him against VT, though I was working and had to watch the game on my phone so I could have missed him.
Awesome picture!!! If you read this what camera are you using or that a phone???
I am not denying that they were out coached and outplayed. But to deny that one of your best defensive players would if had no impact in a game is silly IMO. Games are often won on a handful of plays.
That is a silly statement. While nothing is guaranteed a strip sack, a rushed pass causing an interception could of very easily changed the game. You have no idea what you could have gotten from Spence, but he is a better player than his backups. For as bad as the team played they had a shot to win the game.
To me it comes to the lack of flow on offense. So far they have thrown the ball 44 times through 2 games. There are teams that are easily throwing the ball more than that per game. It will be hard to intice these guys when they watch offenses like A&M and Oregon when you have not shown the ability to involve your playmakers.
The other thing that I notice is the lack of offensive flow. This was true even with Braxton leading the team. It just seems they are often boom or bust, with little stability. To get a good throwing game going you need to create offensive momentum.