thought i saw somewhere that werner was set to get a huge bump (maybe that was talking about 247?) so it's weird to me that Rivals has him so low.
which WRs has nebraska sent to the league lately?
My freshman year was 2011 (ie the Fickell year) so here's my team from then until now:
QB: Braxton Miller
RB: Zeke, Hyde
WR: Smith, Thomas
H: Samuel, Marshall
DE: Bosa, Simon
DT: Bennett, Hankins
OLB: Shazier, Lee
CB: Lattimore, Roby
S: Hooker, Bell
but hey, good luck. i'm sure he'll kill it.
did i miss something?
still holds commitments from Jeffrey Okudah,
11w needs more yeezy
This was a fantastic hire for them, I still miss Drayton dearly.
(psst, drayton left two years ago)
got some FUEGO TAKES here for my predictions:
- wyatt davis cracks the lineup at RG, pridgeon starts at RT
- (at least) one true frosh starts in the secondary
- luke farrell starts at tight end
WHEEL ROUTES PLS
i like this.
It'll be interesting to see how Texas plays on offense under Beck.
I think a lot of the quarterback coaching will fall on Herman, but Beck is going to be the sole playcaller.
JT (and Cardale) regressed under Beck. If he's not calling plays, his primary job is QB development.
He is an incredible recruiter.
I'm glad we're going in a new direction. QB development has not been good.
To me, though, the bigger problem is on the offensive line. And having three people splitting playcalling duties is a pretty strange setup. Tough to be a HUNH team when you have three voices arguing on what plays to run. We saw so many delay of game penalties this year, and that sequence at the end of regulation against Michigan was straight-up embarrassing.
Tim Beck got commitments from:
- Emory Jones
- Tate Martell
- Baron Browning
- Dwayne Haskins
plus if/when Okudah pulls the trigger, Beck was his primary guy.
Dude is a fantastic recruiter. With that said, I don't think those guys would look elsewhere if we filled Beck's spot with a home run hire.
Jamarco is really good, actually.
RT will be Pridgeon, methinks.
Happy Jamarco - Jordan - Price - Davis - Pridgeon
JT can be who he was in 2014. He got zero help last night (and honestly didn't play that bad)
Dropped passes, offensive line getting mauled, nonexistent run game… all things considered, he was probably our best offensive player last night.
one helfrich pls
JT wasn't the problem last night.
nobody else on the offense had a good game. elflein and price got beaten like a drum. samuel and brown were dropping passes. weber fumbled twice and dropped an easy swing pass.
too many negative plays, too many long-developing passes, way too much empty.
barely any of what OSU is actually good at – running the ball.
the offense is missing a lot of tom herman's staple plays. bad gameplan – and, above all – players who weren't prepared to execute that gameplan. last night wasn't on JT at all, and honestly, he was probably the best player on our offense.
4) new WR coach
and maybe a fifth bullet point – let fickell take a few swings at beck for ruining his final game as a buckeye.
one month ago ≠ "old shit" imo
i'm concerned given the nature of how he was fired at IU, though.
this comment is so nice that i refuse to upvote it off of +69
White shoes/socks as well!
that's two pure corners (holmes, williamson) and two pure safeties – one ballhawk (riep) and one thumper (pryor) – and two big 5* players who can play either spot (Okudah, Wade)
absolutely insane class at that position.
we do still have cage and garrett coming in.
either of these guys would be awesome but those guys are pretty good too.