I had the same idea after you posted it apparently. Seems like Doug would make a lot of sense for this position.
Is Doug Mecham not an option? I saw the name thrown out there on another thread and it seemed to make a lot of sense. What did I miss to make him not an option?
Haven't you heard? This game was all Chris Ash. Fickell is barely allowed to even watch the defense this game. We can't give Fickell any credit. 0 credit for you Luke!
I donno, but Jones is Guiton 2.0 right now.
Sorry double post.
Lol I couldn't help myself. I knew it would be posted sooner or later anyways. Most likely by someone not trying to have fun with it like I am.
We now know what he came to play. :-)
Here, I'll post so you can all down vote me and my apologies for not seeing the Cardale vs Barrett thread.
Forum Post 06 Dec 2014
The state of Ohio is very blessed as far as great football goes.
Sorry I got to the party late.
All they have to do is get back to playing "Stanford" football.
Sa_e would look much better.
Haven't you heard? Mickey Mariotti is over rated.
If the defense doesn't play with physicallity, isn't that on the position coaches? I mean if they're not playing as physically as you'd like, it doesn't necessarily mean they don't have the ability. I was under the assumption that Mariotti had the job of making sure they are strong enough to do their jobs, and conditioned enough to be able to make it through the whole game without being gassed. Isn't it on the position coaches to teach them how to use those tools on the field? You can see that Mariotti adds the bulk to the players in the photos, so he's at least doing part of his job. It doesn't appear our guys aren't conditioned enough to make it through the game, so I'll say he's accomplishing that part of his job. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the level of physicality these guys play with is a product of their position coaches.
According to the post about him committing, he's planning on spending his time with his family and finishing his high school career at home. Here's what it said:
"Burrell, now a Buckeye, is ready to sign his name on the dotted line and get to work. He won't be graduating early, family is important to him and he's not about to cut short his last year of being home.
"My little brother just started school this year," the guard said. "I can't leave him early, but I'm excited to get to Ohio State and get to work."
And Bell got to see his life flash before his eyes as he was nearly Bosa'd.
I thought Bosa was going to take Bell out on his return.
I heard on a radio segment somewhere, but I don't remember where, that he was picking between FSU and Bama. Those were the only s ch oops mentioned.
Yeah that's definitely worth adding. All hail the SEC.
You beat me to it. Lol +1
This is all I have to say to any SEC praising B1G hater, "Indiana upsets No. 18 Missouri on D'Angelo Roberts' late TD run"
Just when you thought all of Ohio's great talent was getting away. It sounds like recruits are realizing they need to shit or get off the pot.
Maybe the same guy that taught these guys???
Isn't that what got Waters fired...?