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Sean N


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Comment 28 Jan 2015

So when the Buckeyes are invited to the White House, the Eleven Warriors editorial position will be less "What a cool, once in a lifetime experience for these guys" and more "Another politician exploiting our Buckeyes for their own agenda"?

Comment 24 Jan 2015

I have been on Team Barrett for a long time, even after the conference title game and the Sugar Bowl.  

But for me the question now doesn't come down to Cardale and JT, but rather Ezekiel.

The coaching staff needs to determine if the Elliott-Jones combo is a "whole is greater than the sum of the parts" situation or if there is another explanation for Zeke's breakout.  Was the line just getting that much better in the last three games?  Was Elliott himself just figuring things out? Or was there a reason (Cardale's arm strength, perhaps) that allowed the RB's performance to skyrocket?

If they can determine that the answer to that last question is yes then I have to flip my "vote" to CJ, even though I think in isolation Barrett is the better QB.

Comment 13 Jan 2015

Why would he come back?  King Cardale only plays in games where confetti falls from the sky and there are on field stages to receive trophies on. 

Is he really going to come back and play some boring mid-October game against Iowa?  Rutgers doesn't even have a stadium with a roof that you can dump confetti from.

Comment 09 Jan 2015

I've said it here before, but I don't think we know how lucky we are.  Besides interim coach Luke Fickell, every man who has coached for the Buckeyes since 1951 is in or will be in the College Football HoF.  (You could go back to 1947 of you want to count Wes Fesler, inducted for his playing, not coaching.) 64 years and counting!

This fact really is what separates Ohio State from the rest of the game's blue bloods.  Not a Faust or a Weis or a Hoke or a Kiffin or Mike Shula among them.  We may get one someday but we should appreciate what we have now.

Comment 17 Dec 2014

Great Read, Patrick.  Congrats again to Coach Herman.

I do wonder how Meyer is going to approach this hire. While everyone would love to have a play calling genius, I am worried about replacing the QB coach part of Herman. The things he's done having Barrett, Guiton and Cardale ready on short notice are nothing short of miraculous.  I can't imagine we'll get so lucky in that regard again.

Comment 22 Nov 2014

Does anyone know how many of Barrett's school record TDs are glorified handoffs like those two to Marshall today?  Not taking anything away from my man.  I'm sure he'll break it "legitimately" in the next week or two anyway.

Comment 05 Jan 2014

It may have something to do with the limitations in his game. He can't catch the ball, he can't run between the tackles. He gets a couple of sweeps around the end every game. It wasn't like he was going to spell Hyde with the same plays that El Guapo would run.  I hope he spends the off season working on catching passes because he can be a dangerous weapon if he is not so one dimensional.

Comment 31 Dec 2013

I think that is what a lot of us don't fully appreciate around here. There are probably very few people reading this blog that were alive the last time Ohio State hired a bad coach.  Wes Fesler in the 1940's, maybe? Even he won a Rose Bowl. Every head coach Ohio State has hired since the Truman administration will end up in the College Football Hall of Fame (assuming, of course, they don't hold Tressel's misdeeds against him forever).  Every other one of college football's blue blood programs have hired dogs at least once, most multiple times. Very impressive and bound to come to an end at some point.