When I first saw the video of Bosa throwing a back flip in the weight room, I knew he was a beast.
My training table begins tonight. I'll eat 4 PB&J sandwiches and drink 3 glasses of chocolate milk every night before going to bed.
I need to transform this fat 66 year old body into something sleek and fit for battle.
How long before I can walk-on in Columbus?
Picking one is not dissing the other two. There are three skill sets. Miller brings an excitement factor into play that the others don't.
As Urban says, "the QB is a product of the players around him" -- but having B. Miller as the 11th man on the squad puts the other team on alert. J.T. and Cardale may be able to win as game managers, but Miller can intimidate as a game breaker.
How can you give that sack to Bosa? He never even touched the QB!
"It's a big boy world."
Learning to be accountable is a big part of the maturation process -- in life as well as football. That is one of the things that makes Ohio State football successful.
Is it a sign of the times when a QB transfers from Iowa to TSUN in order to get more PT?
Part of the fun of being a Buckeye FAN is being able to sit back and watch, knowing we are going to win but not knowing just how it will happen. We speculate and create all these incredibly high and unrealistic expectations, then watch as the Coaching staff directs the players to exceed even those.
This is a great time to be a Buckeye.
Why are Hale and Hubbard left out of the D-Line discussion?
75% of Free throws.
40% of 3 point shots.
50% of field goals
Sure passes the eye and ear tests ... but the proof of the pudding, they say, is in the eating.
Looking forward to that field test.
I don't know why I am not yet convinced that Smith is the guy. Maybe it's the trouble he had early in the season with focusing (dropsies), or the ball security lapses he seems to have at times. Something keeps telling me it will be Dixon.
It's not like he has a lot of time on his hands. He chooses to use what little spare time he has serving others. The kind of person you want to see succeed.
Thank you, Cardale, for showing all of us how to set priorities.
I still like the line: "Ohio State has three of the best QBs in college football. That is three more than most teams, and two more than anyone else."
We fight so that we can kiss and make up.
The B1G seems intent on creating a competitive disadvantage for themselves.
Just as they are poised to overcome their "second-rate conference" reputation, they pull a stunt like this, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
Why not decide on a game-to-game basis, after assessing the opponent's defense and determining which particular skill set will give the other team the most difficulty? We have three proven starting QB's and our Offense has three separate and effective personalities.
But then, I have never coached an elite FB team, so maybe ... just maybe ... UFM (watching how the team responds to each man and consulting game videos and his staff of experienced and competent coaches) will have a better handle on what to do than I do (sitting in my man cave in upstate New York, staring out at the snow and minus 20 degree weather, wondering if my pipes are going to freeze).
Back in the 60's, we shot 100 FTs after every practice. We paid a nickel for every miss beyond 30. We also paid a nickel for every miss during a game.
They kept me on the team to fund the Pizza Party after the season. LOL
Gary looks great, but Bosa looks at least as dominant. The two of them can play on my D-Line.
I refuse to make the decision for the coaching staff, as much as they would love to have me do it for them.
It's not a commitment until it's a commitment, and that can't happen until February 2016.
Why is everybody calling this a "problem"? It sure doesn't look like a "problem" for Ohio State.
With "problems" like this, who needs "solutions"?
Meiosis produces haploid gametes with one set of 23 chromosomes. When two gametes (an egg and a sperm) fuse, the resulting zygote is once again diploid, with the mother and father each contributing 23 chromosomes.
It becomes really interesting when the owner of one gamete bank deposits his holdings into his partner's gamete bank.
If you understand meiosis, it is interesting lol
Wow! Wow! BOOM!
I kept waiting for the bad British commentary. Did I miss something?
I kind of wish that bloke had called the whole game. Heaven knows, feathers didn't provide any entertainment.