I'll, take things losers say, Alex, for 800.
What was the name of the smaller/fast receiver who de-committed to stay home and play at Maryland? Not Diggs, the other one... Was it Taivon Jacobs or something like that?
Favorite recruit and now Buckeye. I think he'd be starting if he enrolled early or in the two deep. I'm sure that already cracking the three deep is a good sign he will play this year...OR...redshirt and start 3 or 4 years in a row. I'd hate for him to burn a year of eligibility playing now if it's not significant time.
The saying "patience is a virtue" applies. I think this will make him better. It's just a challenge to overcome. Meech will overcome.
Meech - glad to have you here. You belong. You'll be one of the best ever at tOSU.
In all seriousness. I think Tom Brady would so a better job.
I think Miles is most likely to say YES if Michigan calls.
I think Nadzurri would be a great hire for them.
Seattle, I hear Dave Brandon already gave that job to Ms. Upton. Mrs. Brady is going to focus on (1) print/photographic media and (2) coach Brady's hair
It's not as much the total yardage and points that has me excited (though that's nice). Competition was weak. However, it's the play calling and creativity that has me most excited. Rather than Herman packing it in and being conservative, he is letting JT use the full playbook. Maybe Herman just relied a lot in Brax and Hyde the last two years...but I like this offensive game plan and the mid-game adjustments much more.
Thomas started, got open for a couple plays and then I don't remember seeing him on the field after that.
For whatever reason, I am not sure he's one of Zach Smith's "guys." It seems the position coach awards playing time. I don't know how Thomas isn't prioritized in this offense. He is our best receiving threat on the outside. I don't care as much about blocking, especially with this more wide open playbook. Just get the ball in space and move the chains. Makes us really hard to defend.
Squirrel... You Know what El Guapo tastes like:
(and maybe coconut)
Three. Drops. In. A. Row.
...off perfect passes...
I am too, teddy. But until we show against a quality opponent that we can counter it, we will keep hearing it. I want to know if our coaches can truly out game-plan it.
That's the thing I'm worries about...the RUN. Bear 46 shuts down the inside zone run out offense is predicated upon.
I hope Urban and Herman discover some off-tackle power runs, because Oregon has those and they work when inside zone is shut down.
The VT game was somewhat game throughout because as the crowd got going, we'd screw it up and hand the momentum right back to VT b/c of the kicking game snafus or dropped passes or inability to cover a TE. The crowd got loud numerous times but the poor coaching and play shut us down right away.
Whatever teams we pick, I see the B1G desiring a footprint in Georgia, Florida, and/or North Carolina. these states have tons of talent. Florida has a ton of Buckeye fans...former Ohioans who've settled there or ones of vacation there often.
I could see Georgia Tech and FSU making the most sense. Maybe Miami or Clemson. Virginia or VT, though I don't see us wanting two teams from the same state, though...as this expansion is about $$$ not competition, initially anyway.
_ichigan coaching possibilities:
I think it's a low-brow chant. I'm not offended, I'm just not impressed. It's not unique or clever or worthy of "THE."
I'd rather establish a tradition that highlights our dominance over Michigan (at every game, no matter who we are playing):
O-H-I-O ...the Team Up North Still Sucks!
Because no matter how bad the B1G is or TTUN having some down years/coaches...
The best thing about the B1G is tOSU's dominance and the second best thing is The Game/The Rivalry.
What a great & difficult question.
Top 5 D from 2000-2010
Top 5 O from 2000-2010
I like what Chip Kelly does, personally, a little bit better - just because his teams still have a running game. I think the Pats offense operated at its best with a quality running game in Maroney & a true, big deep threat in Moss. Of course, the Giants just seem to know how to beat them. Right now, I think it's pretty much Brady's talent & Belicheck that keep them winning, but they aren't really feared in the same way. If we could have that 2008(?) Pats offense - look out. Plus, like I said, I think JT is capable of running better/more than Brady when needed. Now that we know how teams are going to try to stop us (BEAR or at least 4-3 over press coverage) - it will come down to coaching & who wants it more - to win the big games.
We do... It's called the BIG 10.
Good to hear about Noah playing.
I know both Jones' played on the line. Marcelys did enroll early, so it makes sense he played first, having been here for 9 months. Our guards are struggling some still, so there might not be as much Pt early for all the new guards. Our starters need work.
Jamarco it seems, at tackle, is more a necessity. Like Kwon, they probably have to get him up to speed fast in case we really need him by the end of this year. More opportunity to play early.
Of course, the tweet could be in reference to anything - girls, friends, a song. IDK. Probably just reading into it because I expected Meechy would get PT early in a game like this.
This is EXACTLY the type of power play to C gap that I was talking about! Thanks for finding it.
Why don't we have this is the arsenal?
With that bear front, we could have sealed them (like the green wall in the video) and run power! Come on man. Jeez.