I was wondering who was going to be the vocal leader after Aaron Craft and Lenzelle left. I'm glad that someone with some playing experience like Sam Thompson has stepped up (or maybe he was the only guy interviewed?). I'd like to see the same out of Shannon Scott, seeing as how he is our new floor general. Excited to watch these freshmen along with Sam Thompson banging on some dudes!
Pat Eiflen seems pretty nimble footed. Excited to see what he brings to the table for a full season.
Check the analysis link, James Light showed that the crack back is designed. Heuerman does it in all three videos, but in that one he frees Miller up for a big gain. In the first video, he and the pulling guard (Eiflen), are both there to block somebody but there was nobody there to block.
I noticed the same block in the second clip, and the block Norwell laid on that lineman. That offensive line last year was a thing of beauty, and those guys will be sorely missed.
Comments like that are the reason I hate Nick Saban with a passion.
He did do one thing right though...
I'm sure my opinion on this is an unpopular one, but cheating is everywhere in college football. It is morally wrong, and it should never be practiced, but let's be honest here and realize that it happens all the time. Even in college, the players are a bunch of prima donnas.
Shabazz Napier did his whole thing about being hungry after the National Championship game this year, but I think that cheating is running rampant in college football. Before I say this, don't get me wrong, I LOVE Ohio State football, and I am a student at the greatest university on Earth. Has anyone seen the way that Braxton Miller dresses, and how he dresses his kid? Those baby Jordans aren't cheap, and the watches he wears aren't cheap either. Huber Heights is not a place where there is a lot of money, so I doubt his parents are loaded. The money is coming from somewhere, and I don't think he's working a job making that kind of money during the school year. While on campus, I've seen plenty of players driving around in very nice cars. I saw Philly Brown over Spring Break in Columbus driving around a brand new Lexus with vanity plates. I have no clue who it was, but I have seen players (I know by the letterman jackets and Nike football bags that every player gets), get out of a souped up Charger with tinted windows and a matte finish paint job. I don't think those players pulled their money to buy that car.
But look around, it's everywhere. Derrick Henry in his Challenger, Oklahoma State with drugs and hookers (allegedly), and the list goes on and on. I guess it's true, that if you're good, you can cheat and get away with it. Personally, it makes me sick. I'm sure there are a variety of reasons why it's going on, but I don't want to hear it.
As a college student, I know that college loans suck. Even if it's in-state tuition, I am getting bogged down with debt, and I'll spend a ton of time repaying that. These athletes should be happy that they don't have to face this situation, and they don't need to seek compensation. The school is paying $25,000+ per year for them to play football. Whether they choose to attend class or not, it's their "choice," but that education is free.
How did all of those Maryland unis not crack the top 5!? Ugliest state flag in the States all over your body.
I remember seeing Kenny G run in for a TD in some of his first action against Eastern Michigan in 2010. He came out of nowhere for the most part, so why can't Cardale Jones or JT Barrett? It's hard to say Barrett is coming out of nowhere when he was one of the QBs tapped to attend the Elite 11 camp. I think getting these guys some experience will be beneficial for the future of our offense. I hope with our revamped defense and attacking offense that we can kick the crap out of some teams this year, and get those guys the valuable game experience they need.
Agreed. Sending Andrew Wiggins to Minnesota would be the worst thing that could possibly happen to his career. I think if he stay with LBJ, bring in Love before the trade deadline or wait until free agency next summer, would be the best thing that happens to him. Gets sent to Minnesota= average career, never reach potential. Stays in Cleveland= learn from the best player in the world, become "Pippen to LeBron's Jordan," become a perennial All-Star, and take over the franchise during LeBron and KLove's twilight years.
Trade talks involving Wiggins frustrate the crap out of me. Send Tristian Thompson and Bennett. Anyone but Wiggins, LeBron, and Kyrie.
It seemed to me that Vannett's production dropped off last year from the previous year, and it seems like Brax only looks to them on the deep routes (except for the snag route in the redzone). I would like to see these two catch a quick out or something to that effect and get in space against a linebacker. Both are freakishly athletic and could do some damage if they break a tackle and get into the secondary.
3:30. At noon you're still wiping the crusty crap out of your eyes from just waking up. Need to have bacon and eggs instead of burgers and brats at your tailgate. Orange juice instead of well...
I'm loving the humility he is showing as a true freshman. He knows he has a chance to be on the field on August 30, but he wants to earn it. Excited to see him.
T'was a 3:30 kick.
Being an Ohio State student, and reading this article, it sounds like I have some thinking to do. I have always wanted to move somewhere warmer and with more opportunity for my chosen profession, but I know I will miss everything about Columbus and my Buckeyes.
In the TP days, it was Penn State. Now, I would say Wisky and Sparty are getting up there with TSUN. I know the poll says Ohio State football, but Wisconsin, MSU, TSUN, and Ohio State are always fighting for B1G championships in basketball as well.
Meyer’s won big at every program he’s guided, including the 24-2 Buckeyes
It still hurts like crazy to see those two losses...
Silver football helmets flying around the field (i.e. Silver Bullets)
The workplace blocks YouTube, but I know that Stebbins isn't the greatest of competition. They played in the same conference as I did in high school (Central Buckeye), and they consistently won one or two games per year. Granted, they were in the "big school division," but their football talent is severely lacking.
I grew up about a half hour away from all of the MAC schools, in a town similar to St. Henry, so I played them a lot in sports. They're obviously incredible in football, but they are just as good in baseball, and as of late, the basketball programs are getting up there, especially St. Henry. I remember when we play St. Henry or Coldwater in baseball we always talked about who the big football recruit was, and the coaches in baseball and football are legends already. It's just amazing.