If he's ranked #3 dual threat, who the hell are #1 & #2...because this guy is the best I've seen in a long time.
That was my high school event, until I went to college and transitioned into 400/800. Rutherford will be tough to beat if he stays healthy.
There's a good chance that Matt Centrowitz wins the 1500 meters this year. Clayton Murphy may do very well in the 800 as well, especially if it goes out slow...but with Rudisha I doubt it will.
Track and Field. Outside of an Ohio State national title game or The Game this is as good as it gets for me!
It may have been commented on already, but are Adams, Posey, Herron and Thomas allowed back as well?
It sounds like most of the play calling will be through Warinner and Meyer, with Beck being somewhat involved. If it works like it did against Michigan and Notre Dame, I'm all for it.
The one position where we needed depth...dammit.
I love it! I typically watch the BTN guys anyway, so this is more incentive for me. I may be regionally biased but I care more about the B1G and they do a better job of covering us in depth than ESPN.
- I haven't watched a college basketball game in years. I didn't even watch Ohio State's final four appearances or title game.
- I loved Coach Tressel, but I thought he was past his prime and wouldn't win another title at Ohio State if he had stayed or if Tat-Gate hadn't happened.
- I was so sure we'd lose the 2008 BCS game against LSU, I wasn't really even that upset when we did.
- I blindly followed (refused to criticize) the coaching staff's choice of Cardale, although I knew that JT was probably the better choice.
I understand that he was the OC and not the DC. The part that was funny to me was the idea of Bollman running a military strategy similar to an offensive strategy.
He's got my vote as long as Bollman isn't Secretary of Defense. It would be a bloodbath of running countless small groups of infantry men into the teeth of the enemy in broad daylight, not disguising your attack time and attacking in a style that they know is coming. It will be known as the Mo Wells Dave Attack Formation...and many will die needlessly.
Makes me laugh every time!
Meh...I wouldn't. There would be no point.
I certainly didn't watch too many of those games, but I saw a few (DVD) and I came away pretty amazed at how much we ran the ball and pretty predictably as well. I guess my point was a little directed at the style of the era of pointlessly following conventional play calling even though it clearly was wrong.
Probably Mike Mitchell. He had such rare speed and athleticism with ideal size.
It looks like we didn't snap the ball in time, but the MSU players were blatantly laying down and stalling the game. Its wrong for sure regardless of what the rules were then.
With a first down, that much time left and no timeouts, that was an awful play call. Your pretty much choosing 1 play over a possible two if you call a roll out pass or something similar on first down.
In my opinion that was the biggest play in that years game. Michigan had stole the momentum and Troy Smith was down on himself. Then Pittman burst through the Michigan defense like a cannon ball. It was a thing of beauty!
I used this one because everyone else already added my favorites!
I honestly can't argue with any of these picks. They all make sense.
I could suggest alternatives...Adolphus Washington at DT, Doran Grant at CB (thought he was awesome as a senior), but they make no more sense than the others.
That 2004 Michigan team was having a spectacular season. Henne and Hart were going to dominate the B1G according to the Michigan fans...and then this happened
Im glad she got the job because of her abilities and not from us so we could sign Eli...like a certain team up north has done...