Just a note of thanks for tallying these - one of the underrated inseason features around, imho.
Nice job, fellas.
Hindsight is, and in, 2020
There are times where the worst thing that can be spread is misinformation
I agree - to me this is always an interesting piece on 11W. Great work.
And Garrett Wilson doesn’t play enough.
Those 3 dudes in the middle. Davis, Myers, Johnson. Absolute beasts. Expect the same next year from Davis, Myers and Miller.
We know what you meant....
"When you're part of a team, you stand up for your teammates. Your loyalty is to them. You protect them through good and bad, because they'd do the same for you." Yogi Berra
Lol. Yeah yeah....Jackson.
Really pretty happy with the amount of youth that saw the field this season. The coaching staff should be proud, that's a feather in their cap, and should be a good recruiting tool. Send them to this URL!
Urban Meyer left an incredible legacy. 12/4/18 Ryan Day begins his.
Feeling a little more optimistic with the secondary after seeing the reps some of the underclassmen played.
Thank you for putting these together all season!
You never lose to those pricks. Ever. Ever.
Kudos to Dan and Matt for providing these stats to nerds like myself. I was eagerly waiting to see if the snaps counts showed what my eyes noticed - when I re-watched the game last night:
*for nitpicking purposes only*
Josh Proctor’s 19 snaps proved costly. He’s got a lot of talent, but I have the opinion that he was not ready for a stage that big on the 28th.
I got an overwhelming feeling during the re-watch, that in the second half that I wasn’t seeing enough Olave nor Wilson on the field. I know the seniors in front of them earned snaps all season, but to see the final snap tally - knowing that Olave and Wilson have proven to rise to the occasion in big games only to share with Mack and Victor - was profound. I want Olave on the field as much as KJ Hill without question, and Wilson needed to see the field more as well.
OSU didn't execute and lost to horrible officiating. BOTH things can be true
Our inexperienced projected secondary for next season earned quite a few snaps this year. This experience will go miles for us next season. My prediction is next years secondary is more prepared for next year than the fan base is giving them credit for.
Assuming Wade goes to the NFL first time in a LONG TIME we don't have a lock first round pick on either the defensive line or in the defensive backfield coming back. Lots of potential but we've been spoiled for a long time with guys who were ready for the NFL but had to stay in school. That's not the case next season. That defense is going to be raw..
The good news... the offense will be straight up loaded. LSU this season is pretty much the blueprint.
Very proud of the team this year. We should have one more game, but it remains Ohio against the World.
That's it for sports until August (with the exception of a spring game). See you guys in a few months!
Yeah, our backup CBs got playing time this year. However, it doesn't say anything positive that Banks and Brown got a total of 1 snap COMBINED in the Clemson game. And thats also with Wade out for more than half the game.
I fully expect at least one grad transfer CB to join the team this spring.
Ehh I wouldn't read much into that. Okudah and Arnette weren't coming off the field unless injured. Banks and Brown don't play Wade's position.
Was Brown a regular on punt block? Seems like he shouldn’t be there at the block point. Olave played it (nearly) perfect...just missed the block and correctly missed the kicker. Brown was late and just plowed into him. Seems like his role would be to pull up and watch for a fake...or go after the ball if blocked.
Justice delayed is justice denied....#FTP
Such a critical play. You can't help but to shake your head.
As others have mentioned above, it's great that Amir Riep, Cam Brown, and Sevyn Banks played so many reps this season, and Josh Proctor played a fair amount as well. I think they all look promising, and I'm more concerned about the overall depth than I am about those 4 as starters.
I think it's worth mentioning that NPF and Harry Miller played quite a bit this year too.
Nothing related to Buckeyes, but Freddie Kitchens has possessed the body of the Indiana headcoach!!!! Two Hoosiers on line of scrimmage for Tennessee onside kick!!! And then trying to use his last timeout to freeze his own kicker for a field goal try!!!!
Indiana manages to lose a 22-9 lead over Tennessee in Gator Bowl in last four minutes of game!!! Unbelievably bad coaching!!!
Matt Remy and Dan, great job all season, mahalo!
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Kind of a late comment here but I don't see Ryan Jacoby or Cormontae Hamilton on the list even with a DNP. Is it because they did not see the field for a single play or special team?
The pain of discipline or the pain of regret, take your pick