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Comment 08 Nov 2015
Ohio State’s offense as a whole, looked OK This statement is proof that some writers on this site are blindfolded fan boys. The offense was unwatchable tonight. They scored 21 points on a bad Minnesota team, 7 of which came on a play while attempting to run out the clock that Minnesota wasn't ready for. Cardale was so bad that in 3rd down passing situations the best the coaches could come up with was Braxton wildcat. The defense preserved Cardales perfect record as a starter, that is all that happened, and even with their performance Minnesota is an onside kick away from a chance to drive down and win the game. The offense was terrible.
Comment 08 Nov 2015
Nope that's petty much how I'd define all his runs as well. There's a lack of decision making whenever the coaches ask him to run the ball so that even when it comes off, it doesn't look right. And after 8 games of underthrows, bad option reads, and fumbled snaps/handoffs, one counterexample does nothing to the fact that everything the guy does looks slow and mistimed.
Comment 20 Oct 2015

There are many reasons why JT should be the starter, I'll offer up one I haven't heard yet. I feel like JT and Mike Thomas are made for each other. Thomas,with his incredible route running skill and fantastic hands, has been largely wasted with Cardale at QB because of Cardales lack of mid range accuracy. I believe with JT's ability to throw an accurate and catchable ball there will be many big games in store for Thomas via quick slants, outs, fades and curls. 

It should look something like this.

Comment 19 Oct 2015

Let's go off this assumption that JT has not done enough to win the starting job (after Saturday night I do not know how that is possible), I would say Cardale has done enough to lose the starting job. At this point you have seen what Cardale can give you, and it is not enough(don't say 7-0, if that last heave lands in the hands of an Indiana reciever they are going for 2 to end Ohio State's season, with Cardale having played all game). Give JT the rest of the season, he may not be better(he will be), but he sure as hell can't be worse.

Comment 27 Aug 2013

100% with you on this, He can occasionally get to the edge and have a nice gain, but as an everydown back I think there are better options without a doubt. Running between the tackles he just looks so,,,out of place

Comment 27 Aug 2013

Absolutley drooling thinking about this Defense next year..2 seniors in the 2 deep? only 7 upperclassmen?? Don't get me wrong this season will be great, but that D is gunna be unbelievable for years to come

Comment 16 Jul 2012

I am 100 percent with gravy on this.. the penn st scandal is a tradgedy and those who allowed it to go on need to face the proper punishment as im sure they will.. but it really needs to stop being mentioned as much. you can say it happened because people kept their mouths shut about it but at this point all everyone is saying is the exact same thing over and over. i listened to a little bit of college sports radio today for the first time in a while and all you heard was EVERY SINGLE callers diffrent viewpoint on it. Its a terrible thing and it needs to be dealt with, and i just hope the victims can find peace, but it really needs to be left alone now.

Comment 16 Jul 2012

I would love to see a BIG/SEC agreement. like someone said above that is what everyone wants to see. Ohio State/ Bama, TTUN/LSU, Wisky/Georgia, Penn St./Florida,Nebraska/South Carolina.. the list just goes on and on of the great games that could come of that. Sure odds are the BIG wouldnt fare too well as a whole, but it would still be great to watch.

Comment 08 Jul 2012

Thats something you have to give to coach meyer, hes had no tolerance for that sort of behavior so far. And he definetly didnt let the fact stoney is one of our best offensive weapons keep him from coming down hard on him(some might say too hard). I think the rest of the team will see that and respond by keeping themselves in check.