Braxton is a high risk high reward player. I disagree getting him more touches is the answer. He is good once we breaks into the secondary but his problem is getting there. At times dodges, dips, dives, ducks and dodges too much he is missing the hole and going backwards losing yards. That VT run was amazing but that was 11 weeks ago.
Anyone have a weather forecast???? For 11 weeks we've been talking about the same thing and the day after a game it's the same bitching about the offense. Urban needs to pull a rabbit out of his hat for a chance at a win here and I don't see that happening. Beating Western Michigan is the only thing that keeps us from getting swept by that armpit smelling place.
Sorry guys TTUN 27 OSU 14
My fear is the players and coaches say all the right things this week but behind closed doors they are imploding.
Careful TMZ, what goes around comes around.
Let's go play some freakin football!
Nail biter from beginning to end. Barrett struggles from time to time.
I am rooting for him 100%. I just hope he's ready and the coaches don't have him on a short leash when he struggles.
I love JT and always thought he should've been the starter but why mess with success right now. Keep Cardale between the 25s and JT in the red zone. Keep Michigan state and UM guessing.
So basically we need to know everything that is on everyone's mind 24/7? I still use cash too.
I see a very close nail biter because we play tight and have several mental breakdowns because of the pressure of being National Champs. I definitely see both QB's taking meaningful snaps too.
The Ohio State University = Coach Jim Tressel and it always will.
Love seeing James Clark on there but in all honesty haven't a word about him all summer so this is a pleasant surprise.!
I think James is suffering from lack of confidence in his ankle and heard he can't seem to just let it loose in practice. If he doesn't make push this year it may never happen.
I'd charge him $10 to read his stupid shit.
Is Meyer allowed to work with the players now? He mentioned Urban working with Braxton.
^^^^^ What he said.
Both young men bring something special but I believe JT has the "it" quality that oozes success, confidence and leadership. Broken ankle or not his expression remains stoic and has a calming effect.
Before the injury I think James Clark would be in the conversation. Parris Campbell is a true burner at only 17.
She makes a good point however I think parents need to refrain from specific social media postings. She is not on the team and does not know what team topics are discussed behind closed doors.
Neither my wife nor I participate in those social media sights but my oldest son said it best a few weeks ago "you old people are ruining social media for us."
Division 3 has it's share of speedsters too. Chad Zallow and Jacob Coates from Warren JFK and Joe Alessi from South Range. Zallow's 110m hurdle times have him right there with Ted Ginn. Coates is only a sophomore running 21.78 in the 200m. These guys will probably go 1,2,3 in the 100m and Zallow will win the both hurdle events too.
You don't keep speed like that watching from the sidelines. He has a chance for some meaningful reps this year even if they are limited. Urban seems to definitely be a fan of that young man.
Big question still has to be will Bri'onte Dunn follow in the footsteps of Rod Smith or decide to get in the game? The hour glass is running very low.
And everyone thought Aaron Craft was holding the team back last year. It's clear he was not.
My freaking sister and her husband (both in their 50's) didn't know Ohio State vs TTUN was a big game. When she honestly said to me "are they rivals or something?" I honestly had no response. I dug down deep and there was nothing there.
I would have to say a healthy James Clark would be up there with the best of them but don't discount Parris Campbell.