They rarely sub at CB, 12/13 have been on the field for every snap the past two weeks. Webb was on kick and punt units but lost his spot with the return of Tanner and now Dunn.
Kimmel Presents: Buckeyes Read Mean Tweets, Vol 1
Thought this would be about the UVA receiver.
Hate to be pedantic but
E - L - L - I - O - T - T
Two 't's, folks.
You get it at the same place Namath or Barry Switzer shop.
Or one of numerous shops on the S/W sides of Chicago or points closer to St. Louis. It'd help to know whose parent he is.
Noah Brown played as well, on both punt units and kick coverage. No offensive snaps. Samuel got only two, and they were out of the victory formation.
The Chef was the only true frosh to see any non-special units snaps, splitting snaps equally with Curtis Grant.
I'm somewhat surprised all the rope Marshall is getting after the multiple mistakes at punt returner and mouthing off to Meyer last week (after not getting his blockers out of the ball's path). It's a disturbing trend, some of which shows in the box score and some that doesn't.
There isn't anything wrong with Holmes or Hill or Munger or Sprinkle other than their age. They all travel and roam the sidelines. Frazier is in his second game back from injury and he & Tyquan Lewis get a decent amount of snaps. Carter and Schutt usually get a dozen on the interior. Not sure of the breakdown today. I don't see the point in bringing 12 DL if your first 4 play 90% of the snaps.
Holmes already had his redshirt burned and has played about one cumulative quarter. Hill went through the same process last year but got hurt so they were able to RS him and preserve the year. If you can't find live-fire situations for these guys (i.e. a drive in real time, not 5:00 left in 4Q v. Rutgers), don't waste the year!
Did you turn on the game late? Carter started at DT. Tyquan Lewis got probably a half-dozen snaps. A dozen each for Frazier (first game back from injury) and Schutt.
Munger/Holmes/Hill/Sprinkle are the third line and have gotten a bit of time in the less-decisive games. I expect that to be the case Saturday. Line #3 won't be in the rotation, but line #2 has been.
Who's In commercial...UGA has a couple fine nubian women, Bama has a cute white girl, OSU gets this idiot.
Matt James was the decedent.
Thank you! I knew there were OSU-level Tarblooders on three different B1G teams but Bentley was the one I forgot.
I'm a fan of DT Willie Henry up north. Frank Clark as well but not his off-the-field issues.
To be fair with ND (I know, it's hard) the post-Golson era will likely be started by Zaire or Toledo's DeShone Kizer. Golson has problems but did lead ND to a good season in 2012.
A guy who never burned us but would thrive in Urban's O is Glenville/Indiana's Shane Wynn.
I have him at three offensive snaps: the first OSU TD and two plays on the final drive.
Also returned one kick and was on kick coverage.
Not sure if Chic's Ghost is trolling with the young players statement, but we started 9 Fr/So, with Wilson, McMillan, Marshall, Burrows and Apple getting major minutes as well. Plus both specialists.
Beebs giving Drake a run for biggest cleat chaser in the industry.
He averages 20% more yards per touch from LOS than Marshall. They're both reckless on returns but Wilson doesn't mouth off to his coach
by the end of his sophomore year, he will have more rush/recv yards than Wells, with about 40% of the touches.
He and Marshall aren't Ginn. Who is? Both guys are integral members of a very good squad.
The big puffy mittens made an appearance last night, this time in black.
Participation = played, no stats accrued.
This was M. Jones' first game since Kent, so I'm glad he got 15-20 snaps. Booker got all of one snap on one of the punt units. At least he's healthy.
Noah Brown was the biggest beneficiary of Corey Smith's DNP as he got scattered snaps in real situations.
E. Smith and D. Webb probably doubled their defensive snaps last night...Tanner is still hurt and Reeves was MIA so good that these two got 20 minutes together.
Cash debuted against Colorado, which was game four. I believe he was hurt late in the season, but played in five games, including Michigan.
And pretty much all DBs start out on special teams, so not sure what the beef is there (if the related story is true).
This was their weekend to perform in Cleveland at the Browns game. Have they ever performed both days of a weekend? NFL teams get their halftimes planned out ~6 months in advance so they may or may not have been slated to perform at PSU in the first place.
For the 98% accurate snap counts over the last month:
PSU: 44-37 in favor of Grant.
Rutgers: 42-27 for Kwon.
Maryland: 37-27 for Kwon.
Cinci: 37-15 for Kwon
I don't think there are any substantial number of plays where they were both in. But unlike the rest of the back seven, MLB is a rotation. Ash's/Fickell's gut told them to go more with the senior this game, or perhaps Kwon is injured, who knows. It was probably the best defensive performance we've seen from the team in 2014.
Vs PSU - D. Grant/Apple/Perry/Powell/Bell: zero missed defensive snaps; Lee: missed two def snaps
Anyone know if Booker got hurt or just replaced for the second half? He started on kick coverage and punt return, but was replaced on those units by Greene and Erick Smith, respectively.
And I really hope Bogard's luck changes.
I won't get on him too much for these comments as he continues to ball out on Saturdays. The fact that it's about proving himself to NFL scouts rather than being a 'Michigan Man' doesn't matter to me. If Funchess started tanking plays, then you have a problem. Frankly, I'm glad to see Funchess leave.
we shouldn't be naive to think that all Buckeyes are altruistic and care more for the university than their future earning potential. That said, they were smart enough to keep quiet about it.
I'm worried about the OL depth. Farris is clearly the sixth guy, but they didn't insert Underwood or J.Jones until the last four snaps. Hale didn't play at all for some reason. Marcelys Jones' redshirt was burned for about ten plays two weeks ago...why not insert a second unit en masse?
Noah Brown and Baugh getting about four snaps. Erick Smith and Booker getting ZERO defensive snaps. There's a ton made of OSUs substitutions, but it doesn't apply much outside of the two WR/h-back 'lines' (Dontre/Spencer/Thomas & Marshall/Smith/Smith).
admittedly, the freshman thing is nitpicking a bit as the team does have many RS freshmen who need reps.