Was looking forward to seeing Jalyn Holmes name on there somewhere. Disappointed.
Great article, great read. I can honestly say that in 40 years of watching Buckeye football I have never cried after a loss. My emotion is usually anger. Not the kind that is turned outward, but the "don't say a word to me for three days" kind.
Always a great Buckeye. I love this feature. Reading the inside stories I may never have known, and learning how their careers unfolded.
The key to the season falls upon all of the DB's shoulders.
Not using this as a negative, but it seems we are trying to convince ourselves that J.T. can get the job done when we should know it already. The young man was highly touted, good enough to be at a major university, and was hand picked by Herman. He'll get the job done.
Nice for water cooler chatter, but like mentioned earlier, I do not pay any attention to anything sEcSPiN has to say. Ever.
What took him so long?
How about the defense give up 100 yards less per game this year (277) to make up for the 100 or so yards per game beyond the play design they'll lose because of Braxton's absence. That'll suit me just fine.
Looking forward to it. The BasketBucks are going to be solid.
I honestly believe the offense is the least of our worries. The defense needs to become solid, hopefully stellar.
Certainly disappointing, but if you can't get up for Buckeye football, you're not a fan. I'm still excited to see the mix of playmakers on offense and a vastly improved defense. We may all be pleasantly surprised by the offensive output by whichever QB is running the show. Bring on the season.
No one should be surprised. This is unfortunately a commonality that goes without repercussion.
Silver lining is *ichigan still won't beat us in November.
As mentioned earlier, inexperienced in no way equals unworthy. Truer words were never spoken. Good luck to JT - just get it to one of the plethora of playmakers. Run the show!
Feel really bad for him. What a season this was going to be. Hits me in the stomach much the same way it did when Byars broke his foot during camp prior to his supposed Heisman run. This can really take the air out if the team - hopefully the understudies can step up and lead this team to a great season. I just don't see Braxton coming back from this issue, and that sucks. I hope I'm very wrong.
Sad if true. To come back for your senior season only to have something like this happen, stinks. Keeping my fingers crossed, but if he's still having issues 6 months post surgery then it's not good at all.
Well, at least you still have Braxton's legs.
Any OSU hater
Next to Raekwon, I'm probably most excited to see Dixon play. Since his affirmation to OSU, I've felt he could be the biggest difference maker.
I for see a repetitive game plan this season for ol Blue. Hand off, hand off, throw up to Funchess/Gardner run, punt.
Seriously, I see three losses. ND, MSU, OSU.
I may be misinterpreting Perry's quote, but I find it weak that he thinks they underperformed because they knew Shazier had their backs.
If only we had an SEC schedule ...
Shocked to hear about the Marc transfer. Kid is a solid back. One of the best NW players over the last decade or so.
Tim Beckman LOL. Marcus Ray LOL.
Need I type more?
Thad Matta has changed how fans perceive Buckeye basketball since his arrival. The solid recruiting, the final 4s, the B1G championships. Last season was painful to watch at times because of what I'd come to expect. Looking forward to greater successes.
Spencer will not have 30 catches this year. IMO.