He was also developing very quickly until the twiiter incident.
I may be mistaken, but didn't Carlos Hyde have a lot of break-away speed? Also, good hands and size? It will be interesting to see how he develops this year.
Not making excuses, just stating the fact that we as Buckeye fans didn't think it meant much when OSU beat Michigan in the Rich Rod Days. But it did when Michigan was at its best. It took a lot of garbage going on at OSU to break the streak. With those circumstances, this should have been a blow out! Not a very sweet tasting victory.
Let's put the OSU/Up North game in perspective. It took losing Jim Tressel and a senior quarterback, two major injuries on defense, a rookie head coach..God love him...but in over his head, a freshmen quarterback, and the list goes on to barely beat OSU. How does that win feel Team Up North? :-)
Agreed. The Hail Mary has nothing to do with luck. It's incredibly hard to pull off and the offense is always outnumbered by the D. This wasn't even a Hail Mary. Did the writer even watch the game?
Does anyone know why they're not playing Hyde? His power/speek combo is deadly in the red zone. Just wondering if something happened beside the tweet that got him in trouble.
21 OSU 14 Nebraska...I refuse to have them lose!
27-24 Buckeyes. Miller's passing is better than people think. Defense will get walked on but come up with big plays in the red zone.
I like the adjustments and must give Fickell props as well. But why are we putting Bauserman in for mop up duty instead of developing a decent back up?
The offense will do fine once Miller is the QB, Posey, Adams and Boom come back. Miller will take his lumps but his mechanics and poise are very good. Millers turnovers are a case of the nerves, which will disappear with experience. Defenses will have to cover both Posey and Stoney and with Boom back that allows Hall to become more of a pass threat. With at least three threats out there, it will spread out the defense and allow for some pass plays. Not to mention that the QB is a heck of a runner! Which makes the D stay a little closer to the line of scrimmage. This is of course is dependent on it being Miller Time.