Mark it down, 13.5 sacks!
I'll take the over.
Nothing cleanses the soul like a no call pass interference.
Just hope the kid stays healthy.
"I find your lack of kalua disturbing" - Darth Lebowski
1. Look at the main photo of Chase Young
2. See my signature below
"If Chase Young is truly bigger than I think he is and taller than I think he is, he would probably have to be the literal Predator because I've seen him with my own two eyes and I personally think he's pretty damn Sasquatchian." - Kevin Harrish
You ain't lyin'. I stood next to his father and at 6'3 I had one of those rare moments where I felt short. REALLY short. Keep in mind Chase is 6'5 too....
WOW, even mom looks like she could take on a offensive lineman.
He obviously figured out double teams.
Stoked to see CY go off, and with the entire line being balanced and deep I think he has a monster year.
Hindsight is, and in, 2020
Chase is so humble much like Bosas. He lets his play do the talking. He is exactly what you want in a player. NFL take note. Great things will happen for him!!!
I think this is the season we've been waiting for 1 DE at Ohio State to have. I think Joey Bosa was ever so close his sophomore year, but his junior year teams were throwing everything including the kitchen sink at him.
I think CY flies a little farther under the radar and this year he's going to erupt.
Urban Meyer left an incredible legacy. 12/4/18 Ryan Day begins his.
I'd love to see CY have his year of greatness, but to be fair I don't think almost every mock draft for the next year placing CY at #1 overall constitutes as "flying under the radar."
With the other folks on this D-line, I expect we might have two in double digits. He might get the Joey treatment--triple teams and such, and that will open up others to make plays. Of course, we might have three or four guys get 6-8 sacks with the depth we have to rotate.
You Got Barbecue Back There!?!?!?!
The Predator is coming for your QBs this year B1G... and there isn't anything you can do about it!
The best thing about Pastafarianism? It is not only acceptable, but advisable, to be heavily sauced
He is going to draw a lot of double teams plus chip blocks from TEs and backs. Hope his number of forced hurried throws is high as well. The others need to take advantage of the attention he is going to get just as he was able to do when Nick Bosa was on the filed.
I don't buy one goddam drop of gas in the state of Michigan!
As a few others have mentioned above, the attention he's surely gonna receive from opposing offenses should open things up for the rest of the D-line (ought to help the linebackers and DBs, too). But if Cooper just tears it up at the other end (which I expect he will), teams won't be able to focus solely on stopping Young.
Hey - its a team sport - if he's a significant part of a championship level defense this season, I'll be a happy camper -
Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement. - Will Rogers
No "Revenge Tours" or "mirages" needed.
Whineyvich and Gary should pay attention to how it's really done.
I don't want to take his words too literal and I appreciate his desire to wanting to be the best pass-rusher in school history, but what would really terrorize the opposition and keep opposing OCs up at night is if he strived to be the best DE in school history. If you have to account for him every single play whether you're running or passing, it screws up your cohesion as an offense. I wouldn't be surprised if he ended up being that guy. Love him.
I wonder if the defensive coaches will allow him to move around so they offenses cannot easily scheme to multiple block him.
Hopefully Chase stays healthy, and we'll see more plays like the 4th down stop of PSU QB Trace McSorley last season.
I'd like to see him do some of this, like Joey did:
I don't know which I like better, that play or this one:
it just seems we keep missing on the killer combo's that were potentially there. JBosa-Spence, JBosa-NBosa, Young-NBosa. Someone needs to step up big to take the pressure off Chase so he can have that monster year.
When asked if he was prepared to say anything about leaving for the NFL after his junior season, Young only used one word: “Nah.”