Comparing OSU's talent with Florida's is a fool's game. haha
Florida looked absolutely pathetic offensively. Don't count on them.
College is now the epicenter of Bubble Wrap mentality. Used to be a place of experience, learning new things/ideas and pushing the boundaries. Now it's a place of safe spaces, one sides discussion and lack of personal responsibilities.
This is a tragedy, no doubt, and I'm sure a new tradition will pop up as a replacement but the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Olentangy could result in much more dangerous situations that is even more difficult to monitor safely.
Simple solution is to have OSU medical on the ready and inform everyone of how to spot issues like this and be quick to respond. This guy might have been suffering during his jump and not even know it due to irresponsible alcohol use for all we know.
When the entire game they were doing mostly single qb formations and the wind was driving the only thing MSU had to worry about was which direction the line went after the ball snapped.
Mkay. Moving on.
I said he was right. I said his tactic wasn't. It was immature, emotional and ill advised. Nothing about my comment said Zeke was wrong for feeling how he did. Everything to do with how he went about his buisiness.
I actually called for a shovel pass during the game but I was leaning more towards someone who doesn't fall when an arm hits their leg that all TEs tend to do.
I think Warriner's shine has rubbed off after this game and this offensive line's struggles. Not a good resume builder. "Got keys to the fastest, hottest car in the dealership and drive it 25mph on the highway and wrecked it."
I wasn't. I was screaming for quick hitters, bubble screens, wheel routes or a misdirection... ANYTHING to counter the 8 men running wild.
My favorites are the 3 and 9 situations and the receiver runs 5 and cuts. Top notch field awareness.
He's a fat turd and slow feet.
Offense going back into unimaginative again.
Mike would rather burn his franchise to the ground than give in to a players demand.
What was Dunlap doing on that play? HB didn't need covered yet stepped back instead of a b line to Palmer.
I'll never understand some of these penalties they commit. I knew not to do any of this crap in 8th grade. Good Lord.
Wish bengals were a little more imaginative than an Urban Meyer vs MSU game.
Nobody is saying Zeke doesn't have a point. The point being made here, is you can't have you team leaders popping off at the coaches. It instills an us them perception inside the locker room when it's not nots a unit thing. Did the coaches eff up? Of course they did. Nobody is going to deny that. Should Zeke discuss his issues with the coaches? Yes.
Is popping off in the media going to solve anything that a meeting with the coaches couldn't have done? That's the problem.
I get people are super glad Zeke went off on the play calling but do you realize how bad that looks? He looks Immature, Meyer looks like he can't control the locker room, media will start drilling into a needless story taking focus off The Game, recruiting could question the staff etc etc etc.
I get how good it feels to see a player do this but long term, it's a huge issue and will negatively effect OSU. For real.
I'm actually on board. Trash talk your coaches (even if right) only means the control of the team goes to the inmates. It's bad form to let the players control play calling due to media criticisms right after a tough loss.
I say bench him at the opening series or two then let him back. Otherwise you just admit you can't control a locker room of 20 yr olds.
I think Tom Herman can proudly say OSU 's success last year was basically his doing. Cha-Ching
Carlos Hude just chimed in with "been there, done that" tweet. Burn.
This team is lazy and lacks respect for the game a little. If this game doesn't teach these guys that just showing up is all you have to do then nothing will.
ACC challenge is gonna be a prison rape scene.