I think PSU is going to be on par with last year's killing. They don't have an OL or a running game. Their interior DL may present some issues, but that's about it. Hackenburg is prone to sacks and bad picks (or so it seems).
I didn't see anything wrong with his comment. It was witty.
Are you serious? There's a difference between discipline and potential trauma. Robert Smith sums it up nicely:
Insane to believe hitting a child, esp. with a switch, is ok because it happened to you as a child. Potential mental/physical harm too great— robert smith (@ESPNRobertSmith) September 12, 2014
All of the calls were within the bounds of the rulebook. Complain about the rules, not the fouls for being enforced.
Defenseless receiver rule? Check. Leading with the crown on a QB? Check. Elbow to the head? Check. They weren't blown calls. Bad rules? Possibly.
I mean if you're willing to bet straight up, I will put any amount of money on it.
There were some...interesting playcalls but I don't think Herman resigning now would fix our offensive woes.
Ezekiel Elliott, 121 net rushing yards.
You're probably looking at 2017 (Danny Clark from Massilon). http://ohiostate.247sports.com/Season/2016-Football/Commits
We don't have a quarterback committed for the class of 2016.
Well contact restrictions are in place until midnight tonight, so I'd assume that may have something to do with it.
Jalin Marshall was statistically our most effective rusher (down weighted against production).
Disagree. To say it was simply "assignment football" is entirely incorrect.
Schematically, Josh Perry was typically in charge of the pitch man (running over the top edge to edge). Josh Perry was routinely taken out of the play by Navy, but when he wasn't, we stuffed them. As soon as we adjusted to this in the fourth quarter, we slowed their roll a bit. It's not as simple as "assignment football". Navy executed well, adjusted to our plan, and then we adjusted.
It appeared that he was on top of the other defender and wasn't down until he had rolled off (and past the yard marker, but my stream was bad). I think either way you can take your time and draw up something better than what they ran.
Price's technique on pass protect is not good. Baldwin was okay, Elfein got blown up a few times. Once Hale was in the game, things solidified, but I think they'll continue to solidify as the season goes on.
The linebacker thing was kind of schematic, forcing Perry to run around the edge to cover the pitch man was a bad idea. Darron Lee did pretty well, so I don't think it was personnel.
41-17, good guys.
Nope, I have WOW! Cable, in Columbus. People are about to be pissed when they go to watch the game and their beloved non-TWC cable provider does not carry it because $.19 per subscriber was too much for them :\
The camp schedule doesn't have anything: http://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-football/2014/08/38133/ohio-state-releases-fall-camp-schedule
Winning the Big Ten & beating Michigan. Anything more is a bonus.
I don't think you'll ever see anything too crazy about OSU from Thamel. He's too close to Urban and Tom.
I don't think we'll see it. The coaching staff probably would rather have the explosive playmaking ability of the H-backs, WRs, and TEs on the field than extra TBs. Especially with the strength and versatility our TEs give us. I think you'll see Dontre/Samuel/Marshall/Zeke in the backfield a lot, but not three guys around J.T. at once.