I think Urban hired Tim Beck mainly for his ability as an OC/offensive mind, and not necessarily for his QB coaching skills. There's a cap to how many asst. coaches a program can have, so Beck might have absorbed the QB coach responsibilities as a necessity.
Yes, but you have to admit that there is also different levels of position coaches. There are coaches that can take a low-level recruit/diamond in the rough and mold them into All-Americans.
I'm not so much worried about Beck's ability as an co-OC, but more so his ability as a quarterbacks coach. Tom Herman was able to coach up Braxton Miller, Kenny Guiton, JT Barrett and Cardale Jones into great all-conference/starter material QBs. Whereas 4 games into this season, it looks like Cardale and JT have both regressed just a little bit from where they ended last season. So is Beck the cause of it or is there a different reason?
Good for Dean, but it probably isn't going to reflect well for OSU if Dean gets cleared by Auburn and plays significant minutes the next 2-3 seasons.
Yeah, I have watched that one every year since it has been up, but I'm trying to project it this year and 240p does not look pretty when blown up haha.
Great catch by Philly Brown, but holy crap that looked like an effortless 55-yard bomb by Cam.
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This is awesome, great addition.