Anyone feeling slighted by his decision needs to realize that he is a kid and has done what is in his heart. I wish him the best and hope he performs admirably in every game each year except one!
What a great time that was!
That's no chip, it's a "hello" to the t-shirt girl in the ad to his left.
Yea, maybe they could have a beer together!
No, don't delete it, watch it so you will remember what happens when one of our games turns into the Braxton Miller show.
Does not mentioning the name Fickell in this article make me feel any better about the D? No! As long as Fickell is involved in the D I will never feel good about it. He has proven that he is not a winner defensively so no matter who they bring in it won't matter as long as Fickell is designated as D-coordinator in any way.
Morenlikely as the defense is porous and non existent in the middle!
Anybody know what their degrees were in?
I agree with all of you. I am just trying to change his mind. I wish him the best and hope he returns.
The loss of Vrabel is hardest to replace in terms of passion for and about Ohio State directly. Mike Vrabel loves Ohio State, it's a part of who he is, it resonates through every facet of his personality.
If the above was true, as stated in the article, Vrabel would not be leaving!
The only thing that could screw these young talented defensive kids up would be the coaches as we have already seen.
The biggest hindrance to our prolific offense was Miller. I know it sounds crazy, but whenever the game became the BM show our offense fizzled. Yea he made some great plays, but for themost part he juked, danced and lost yards. When the last two plays against Sparty had Miller in an empty backfield I knew Meyer had thrown in the towel. Miller does not have the presence of a great qb and nothing is going to change next year especially sans Hyde. EZ will be fine, but will be forgotten by the OC just as Carlos was this year.
I think you are dreaming. The offense all year was hindered by "Dancing with the Stars" and nothing would have changed had the punt been caught. His athleticism has at times impressed me, but his limitations are easily exploited by DC's with half a brain!
Only in your mind, Nicholas, only in your mind! You are not that important to deny a person their rightful opinion, but you can and have decided if you think said opinion is racist or not. Nobody cares, Nicholas!
It will be much better when Cal cracks off and slides out into the Pacific.
Someone on Eleven Warriors the other day said that a few hours after the loss to Clemson was not the time to be firing Fickell and the D coaches and I absolutely agree with that comment. Now, the reason I agree with that comment is because I believe the time to be firing Fickell and the D coaches was the first time in the second half of the Michigan game that Michigan successfully ran that throwback pass for a gain of more than three yards. That would have been the correct time to fire all of them. I fear we are going to have the same problems next year. Fickell has had his chances.
And if a prima dona he will be outed early so let him rant. Maybe Urban will finally get his ass in gear to make some changes which he should have made in early October.
I stand corrected!
Hope and Change has not yet proven itself and most likely won't!
Oh please, less talented? You have got to be kidding. Tressel took Coop's kids and did with them what Coop was unable to do and they were not of lesser talent. In fact, they probably were much more talented. But then Tressel proved his mettle by becoming the mediocre coach he was. Granted he won games but he was beating much lesser competition just as we have been recently doing. What was Tressel's longest winning streak? How bad were the beatings administered by Florida and LSU? How about USC? Which top ten teams was Tressel able to beat after Coop's kids departed?
This might be the worst thing I have ever read on Eleven Warriors. Trying to defend a future decision of keeping Fickell and other D coaches is a sad slap to the face of Buckeye fans. Fickell has earned the right to be fired last night and/or any night in the last two years. He is completely useless as a D coordinator and needs to go not be defended.
Boneless? You just lost all credibility!
Offensive MVP? No question as Miller folded at crunch time this year while Carlos bloomed. Without the three game suspension, dictated by Meyer, Carlos more than likely exceeds 2,000 and carries away the Heisman except that I question whether the media would have downplayed him based on the mediocrity of the B1G. He will always be the MVP and Heisman winner in my eyes, though!
And Huerman has also been predicted to "light it up" too many times when he was never even thought of during the game. We don't use half of what we actually have and that is coaching!