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Triv

Powell, OH

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Comment 06 Dec 2016

This is a joke, right? Conley had a fantastic year. Opposing QBs had a rating of 19 when throwing his way. 19!!!! 3 completions allowed on targets more than 10 yards down field, 3 INTs, and a pretty highly ranked guy by most NFL scouts. I'm not sure what Conley you watched that needs another year of college...

Comment 17 Nov 2016

We have arguably the best tackle in the nation headlining our recruiting class with Josh Myers, I don't see him moving inside unless its just to get him on the field early

Comment 09 Nov 2016

Curtis is only Buckeye in History to my knowledge with a TD run and TD rec over 70 yards each.

I believe you are correct. Ted Ginn got close with a 68 yard TD run against ND in the Fiesta Bowl

Comment 08 Nov 2016

So because he didn't live up to the insane expectations the fans put on him as a true freshman, he's a me first guy? That's one hell of a jump man, and an absurd one at that. If Urban any HINT of a me first attitude from Dontre (and Meyer has a much better grasp on that time of thing than any of us do), he'd be sitting firmly on the bench. Too much talent on this team

Comment 28 Oct 2016

People knock Marshall's punt returning, but its as if everyone only thinks about his RS Freshman year and forgets he was one of the best punt returners in the nation as a RS Soph. He had 0 fumbled punts as a Sophomore, and was like 7th in the nation in average yards per return. There was nothing sketchy about having Marshall back deep last year
 

Comment 11 Oct 2016

Arguably our best recruiting assistant coach and the guys who has put 5 receivers in the NFL in the last 3 years?
 

Comment 11 Oct 2016

Not all of these kids families are financially stable. If a parent is living paycheck to paycheck they wouldn't be able to afford to go watch their son compete for a national championship.

Technically nobody is forcing them to go to the game, but the less well-off families are being forced to choose between potentially putting food on the table or watching their son attempt to make history in person. And that is not right for an organization with as much money as the NCAA

Comment 10 Oct 2016

You could make the argument our rushing attack is the strength. Our 3 leading rushers are all averaging over 6.5 YPC that are all on pace to push the 1000 yard mark, and as a team we are at 320 YPG

Comment 10 Oct 2016

Yes, it was the 5th game of the year, but prior to this game JT had thrown for nearly 900 yards and 14 TDs through 4 games. Not exactly "alarming" numbers. If lack of pass production had been a trend all season it would be alarming, but it was one game. We have seen first hand JT carve up a defense with his arm (see MSU 2014, BGSU, RU...), I'm not worried

Comment 10 Oct 2016

There was a lot more to that loss than our passing game. The weather, for one. Zeke spent half that week in the hospital, and only touched the ball twice in the second half. And above all, play calling.

Point being, we opened the playbook against MSU when they challenged our passing game and we torched them. The weather and maybe some other reasons we may never know caused us to close the playbook down to JT run left, JT run right, and JT run middle. If we let JT throw, there won't be problems come Saturday in my opinion