This is an example of why this quarterback competition is so fascinating and unique. An argument can be made for each of these players, and everyone will have their own opinion. Personally, assuming everyone is healthy, I would go with Miller as the starter, Jones as backup, and Barrett as number three.
Elliott's 1,878 rushing yards accounted for 47.3% of Ohio State's ground offense in 2014.
That is a lot of yardage and it doesn't even account for fifty percent of the rushing offense. Shows what a force Ohio State's running game was in 2014, and it might get better this year.
Still have that number 2 jersey. Doss is the man. Northeast Ohio.
I admit it, I missed it, I didn't see Jones getting intimate with the skin and seams. But I did see Saban relinquish the throne. All empires eventually fall.
What makes you think the coach is starting to feel the weight of this decision? For all we know, he could be chillin' right now, happy that he has three great options. People around here seem to be the ones stressing. Ohio State is in great shape.
The Steelers don't always win, but their fans are definitely annoying. Here in Columbus they complain if their favorite team isn't on tv and they write to the editor if they are not covered in the Dispatch. It never occurs to them that this is central Ohio. Strange people.
Palindromes are pretty sweet
Can't wait to pound them to dust under the lights.
It does seem a little bit over the top. Respect what they have built, be glad they are representing the conference well and contributing to a stronger big ten, but remember they want nothing more than to take down Ohio State. And never forget 1998.
I don't care about Harbaugh. This is all we've had to listen to for the last few months. The great Harbaugh. He may in fact be a great football coach, luckily the coach at Ohio State is better.
Maybe they should build a wall 700 feet tall around university park or state college or whatever they call the place and name it Joe's Wall. After all, they don't trust outsiders/ investigations/ media attention.
What will all the haters say when they realize Braxton and Love are returning to their current teams? They will probably start an Urban Meyer to notre dame rumor.
Definitely agree about those four bands all sounding different. Soundgarden was sort of a black sabbath/ led zeppelin hybrid, and AIC basically invented their own sound. AIC is my personal favorite, very original and instantly recognizable sound with the harmonies and slow, sludgy guitars. They are all great bands, though. 1990 - 1995 was a great time for rock music.
This is great, thanks.
Maybe he reads eleven warriors every day and likes to see how many threads this topic can generate.
Ahh, the C64. Load '*' ,8 ,1
Different doctors have different opinions. Old story.
Alabama. Oregon needs to recruit better to avoid being pushed around at the line of scrimmage.
Thank you, this is great.
I subscribe. It contains a lot of great info, game recaps, season stats, etc. They also have on-line issues to complement the print issues.
With Urban's level of intensity, I would be thrilled with 5 more years and the following accomplishments: one more national championship, a winning record against Michigan around 6-2, and no major NCAA issues. We have to keep in mind, it will not be easy winning multiple championships no matter how talented the teams are due to a tough postseason structure (big10 championship followed by two playoff games).