Shazier is frigin jacked.
After watching Cardale's presser - I really like his maturity - It appears as though he left all his sideshow shenanigans in Texas.
Tim thanks for posting ---- this is top quality coverage.
Go get'em Cal Poppy - we are behind you !!
It's not a rivalry .............. it's a wreckoning.
"Because I couldn't go for three."
Did you happen to watch his post game interview with ZEKE and Urban after they beat Oregon. He was very immature and he even admitted he made some mistakes - that's all I was referencing.
His interview was fine, Cardale likes to joke around as seen with his "Notre Dame" joke, however he has done nothing of late that I would consider a "sideshow shenanigan", but to each his own...
I want to listen to Urban talk all day....please?
I'm not saying, I'm just saying.
Give me more...
9-0 and a chance to go 10-0...
Warren Ball apparently doesn't play for OSU anymore lol....Meyer said once Weber gets here they will have 4 Running Backs. Tough, thought the kid had some potential to see the field.
Could be he's counting Samuel as Hback?
Zeke, Dunn, Ball, Weber.
I'm pretty sure Warren Ball played in the spring game.
"Very alarmed" about the 2nd team O-line. That is not good. Looks like Warriner has his work cut out for him this year, but if anyone can get them to where they need to be, it is him.
Saban on a cart eating cold pizza
You might have heard, Urban has a degree in psychology. And "Da Man" plays a serious game of chess. This kind of comment is exactly the kind of motivation required to drive second-string players over the summer to the point where Warinner faces the same kind of dilemma Beck/UFM face come next fall (which of these studs do I have to leave on the bench). Don't think for a second that casual comment won't be made perfectly clear in Warinner's film room.
We'll get there and that comment is a first step in the right direction.
In Ed we trust, glad it's the second and not first team OL, although that didn't work out too bad last year;)
When I was 6 I was thinking about this rivalry. This one is seared on your soul, It's ingrained through every part of your body. -Urban Meyer
I am not concerned about Meyer's concerns.
He will always have a concern, and then they fix it as players emerge under the coaches and within the work-hard culture he built. In fact, I feel like whatever unit he calls out in the spring is going to end up a strength in November - seems to be his way.
Cardale, more than even his apparent talent, has really come out as a person - last year I couldn't tell you what he would be likely to do in a situation, now with all the focus on him and all the records of his various interactions, I feel like I could predict what he'd do - and I am very happy with the kind of man he has shown himself to be.
Wahoo! Wahoo! Rip, Zip, Bazoo! I Yell. I Yell. For O.S.U.
The guy in charge of Cardale's presser looked like he was watching out for terrorist activity, especially when he looked to the hallway on his left. What the heck? I mean that guy was intense. Watch him early in the interview, breathing heavily and looking everywhere for someone to storm the podium?
I believe his concern was he didn't want Meyer standing around waiting. So he kept checking the hall to see if Urban was headed that way. I suspect the plan was for players to talk after coach and Cardale somehow went before coach (maybe just to fill time). So he wanted to make sure the schedule was put back on course as soon as Urban walked through the door.