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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Running on the field after TOSU beat Iowa to win the B1G title!
  • NFL TEAM: Philadelphia Eagles

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Comment 23 Jun 2016

Man, if they move peppers to linebacker and are expecting him to diagnose, and execute on plays, it's going to be a long year defensively for scum.  That's a terrible, awful, no good, very bad move in my opinion.

Comment 21 Jun 2016

It depends on where the strength is in the offense.  The option isn't going anywhere, but if the line is pass blocking better, and the WRs are progressing better than the backs, you better believe Urban is going to put it on JT's back and let him throw the ball.  He's a multi-year starter.

I think the offense will look like it did during JT's first run as the starter, it will all start and end with him.

Comment 15 Jun 2016

One thing I'll add, a caveat, is that any great offensive coordinator can take a special player and build the offense around them, that's not a square peg in a round hole, that's a player who is like water and can fit any container and make it work, kind of like Pryor did when he came to OSU.  They made it work with him and played to his strengths.  Not a lot of teams can do that.

Comment 07 Jun 2016

No, no, no, see the Buckeyes won that game, and it was 59-0, then we won a National title shortly after, it was glorious, you should've watched!

Comment 06 Jun 2016

For me it comes down to Mayfield vs. Barrett.  The Big 12 doesn't play defense, well guess what, the Buckeyes do.  Our defense may be inexperienced, but OU won't face a defense as tough as the Buckeyes all year.  On the flipside, I love the matchup of Barrett vs. the Sooner defense.  I think the Buckeyes win this one running away in the fourth 42-28

Comment 01 Jun 2016

I'm not sure what order they fall in, probably whichever one I watched last... I'd have to say the following:

Game of thrones, silicon valley, the Office, Parks and Rec, Breaking Bad, Dexter.

Comment 31 May 2016

Well written post OP.  Nice job.

For me, if 14 is the number, I think you add 3 for those "Jalin Marshall" types that think their stock is higher than it is.  So that takes it to 17.

It's a safe, safe, SAFE bet that at least 3 or 4 kids are going to transfer out of this team, I mean let's look at that roster, there is just far too much talent and too many talented kids that won't even get to sniff the field because of it.  They'll want a crack at actually playing.  I could see some departures from OL, and pass rushers, and possibly LBs. 

That puts me at 21, so my final estimation for the '17 class would be 21.

Comment 22 Apr 2016

Who was the last good UF WR to even make a splash in the NFL?  Riley Cooper?  And he only made a splash because he gets drunk and says dumb shit. Recruits just need to know better.  Grimes should know better, I'm not concerned.

Comment 18 Apr 2016

High school athlete that has ability that can play college ball wherever he wants.  I mean I have a Star Wars tattoo but I'm not flying the millennium falcon. 

Let's give the kid a break.  OSU is obviously looking at other options at the position, so he should be able to look at other options for where he attends college.  Hopefully he makes the choice that's best for him.

Comment 16 Apr 2016

Certainly can't hurt to have Najee Harris in town along with the best OT in next year's class.  Give him an idea of the Clydesdale that will be blocking for him.

Comment 13 Apr 2016

Mack has a ton of potential, but the thing to remember is that 1. he's a true freshman, and 2. he's from Indiana, so not a huge state when it comes to competing.  Doesn't mean much, but a lot of those guys from states where football isn't an obsession take a little bit of time to mature, even if they're highly touted.

I hope it's Jashon Cornell, I've got high hopes for that kid.  Other than that I think Mike Weber becomes the bell cow for this team.

Comment 13 Apr 2016

This really isn't super dependent on Carson Palmer in my opinion.  I mean you need a good veteran presence in the locker room for a young guy that needs to learn, but Bruce Arians is a fantastic QB coach.  Even if Carson isn't the best mentor for him, he'll still have the best QB coach in the business guiding his career.