Really hoping this means Warriner stays in the booth, because our offense was night and day different when he moved up there. Don't know much about Studrawa, but like what it does for Warriner.
That's exactly what this means. Only reason Urban wanted to keep him on the sideline was to coach O line. Can't have an inexperienced O line and have the O line coach in the box.
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He was the OC candidate that most people wanted when UFM was initially hired, he hired Tom Herman who is a member of Mensa, Studrawa stayed at LSU and rest as they say is history!!
The degree of one's emotions varies inversely to one's knowledge of the facts, the less you know the hotter you get!!
But..................but....................but.......he's the O-line whisperer.
What if you don't hear YOLO anymore because everyone who use to say it died?
Studrawa was with him in BG. It's a solid hire.
I've never said I 'hate' anyone because that would imply I had any emotion for them whatsoever.
It's not the hire. Its the moving of Warriner to TE coach.
Warriner will remain O.C. He is not moving to tight ends. He is absorbing the tight end duties and likely staying in the booth.
"The future is bright at Ohio State."
"Greater love has no one than this, to lay down one's life for one's friends"
Studrawa is going to coach the o-line. Warriner takes over the TE's and keeps playcalling responsibility.
Football is a religion in Ohio. We attend our service every fall on the banks of the Olentangy. A place we affectionately call "the shoe".
Well that parts fine. We never use the TE so I'm not really worried about their coaching. This is a polite firing of Hinton though.
Not really a firing. I think Hinton isn't as good as a recruiter but is better at organizational stuff. So it's a win for everyone.
So he's not good at a crucial part of his job and no longer has that job...
bro, that's a firing.
Maybe he chose a role that didn't involve having to spend life 24/7 begging and pleading with cocky 16 year old, telling them how wonderful they are. Tweeting, texting, Facebook, calling them. F that.
His masters degree is in educational policy and leadership. I'd assume his new role is more aligned to that then pleading with and stalking HS boys.
Very well put, NorCal.
Well, it's clear he has aspirations for the NFL:
What was Hinton's 40 time?
"If you're not changing, you're falling behind."
UV for more positive take. All of this supposition is worthless. Unless your getting it from the locker room it is bs speculation. There is likely an endless list of possible reasons for the move. Pretty sure the fan base is not owed an explanation for personnel moves.
Now for my bs speculation.
It does seem obvious it will put Coach W in the booth for games. Since it has also been speculated that he is a potential hire for a head coaching position in the future, it looks like a win on multiple fronts.
Beat everyone, in every sport, all the time!!!
Or it's possible Hinton wanted to change his role.
This ^^^. Hinton has been rumored to be considering retirement for a little while.
"Great moments are born from great opportunities." - Herb Brooks
If you think a reorg is equal to being fired then you clearly have no idea what it means to be fired.
Fired is when they call your ass down to HR while someone else boxes up your personal belongings and they tell you if you are seen on company property after today they will call the police. That, is "being fired". Seeing as Hinton is still employed by the Ohio State Athletic Department he was in no way, shape or form, fired.
Who is blue, fast and likes rangs? The Dankey Kang.
Boom on so many levels. Old meyer friend, lets Warriner stay in the box, more DMV recruiting, proven guy on all levels of offense. Excited to see what he can bring to this remodeled O-Line
Not must more DMV recruiting, but more southern recruiting. I'd have to imagine this guy has a lot of connections at Louisiana schools. Maybe too late in the game to affect Lawrence but the future...
This is huge and definitely BOOM worthy. Meyer tried to get Studwara up here before he went after Ed. He thinks very highly of him obviously. And the guy can recruit.
Im hoping this becomes a route to recruiting Louisiana
Maybe even helps this year with recruiting dts!
The world is yours
Big step up from the sec to the B1G.... Hope this guy can keep up!
You win with people - W.W. Hayes
Well, this is unexpected
What does this mean for Beck?
He will be coaching QBs next year.
Stays in the Box with Warinner.
He goes for the hot dogs and drinks for Warriner.
I'm at the age where food has taken the place of sex in my life. In fact, I've just had a mirror put over my kitchen table. - Rodney Dangerfield
You know he'll get confused and mess up the call.
"Oh, I thought you wanted 4 diet cokes and 1 hot dog, not 4 hot dogs and 1 diet coke....."
And then do it 25 or 30 more times.
Charlie don’t surf.
This may be one of the best comments I have seen in the last year, priceless!
"Because we couldn't go for three."
My question exactly. Is he now in Meyer's doghouse?
Time will tell. A little bs speculation, Coach Meyer kept him around, so either he enforces his two year rule too, or he sees value to Coach Beck being at tOSU. Hope it is the latter.
As long as Warinner is in booth to be next to beck , I'm okay with this.
R.I.P. AfroDuck and Harambe
This means Beck is gone !?!
"YOLO" = I'm about to do something extremely ignorant/stupid & I need an excuse to do it.
Get well soon Mrs.Naut 6-0 > 3-6.
How can we hire another assistant though? There's a limit to the amount you can have.
If you read the article, you would see that Hinton is no longer a coach
If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heck of a day. You do that seven days a week, you're going to have something special.
"tight ends coach Tim Hinton will remove to an administrative role within the program"
Aka - he's been shitcanned.
No. He is reassigned. Like others said before this is likely a recruiting thing. However, it could of been a personal decision on Hinton's part.
what the hell is your problem. you have no idea what is going on.
No Qb as he's been
Beck is gone. You can't just add coaches. Kenny g as a grad asst for Qb? That's my thought.
Beck is staying. Hinton is taking an administrative position.
Are you daft? Guiton is at Houston, Hinton stepped down from a coaching position.
Auto upvote for the use of daft
How is Studrawa as a recruiter?
That's My Question , Which Player WILL Flip For Him.
Well, he is wearing LSU gear, so that obviously means he's going to bring us Lawrence.
Boom , there it is . It's done deal.
That definitely entered my head reading the article. Recruiting Louisiana may have just become much easier as well.
"Give your dream an aspiration date."
A thousand upvotes for Flippo.
Sooner or later it all gets real.
Man this brought back a ton of memories. Thanks. Up vote for you and WBNS 10tv the Flippo Show.
This Corona ain't no bologna! Do your part to flatten the curve, the life you save may be one of your fellow Buckeyes!
It sure did bring back memories. Good ones.
Someone who can, please throw up a couple up votes for me !
Wasn't Flippo the "King of the Clowns"? Am I remembering that correctly?
Pretty damn good http://247sports.com/Coach/Greg-Studrawa-263/AllTimeRecruits
Prince, Pocic, Ware...seem to recall these names from a few years back. Huge get!
That's encouraging indeed
Good recruiter if I remember correctly
I dont always root for college athletics, but when i do (which is most of the time) I choose THE Ohio State Buckeyes.
Interesting that Hinton is the one moving to an administrative role. Can't wait to hear more about why this move is being made. Hinton seemed to really like being a coach.
You win with people.
And so forth...
9 Units Strong!
I'm curious about this as well.
Wasn't he the one frequently run over during practices?
“Save yourself and relax during every game. I recommend a fine bourbon.”
Got ran over by 1 too many NFL bound receivers on the field is my guess.
can't coach forever
He seemed like a good coach, but I never heard his name on the recruiting trail.
I believe he is older, and doesn't recruit well. I could be wrong.
The person responsible for toes clearly wanted you to stub them.
and doesn't recruit well.
He landed three 4 star TE in the '16 class.
Coombs was the primary recruiter of Hausman.
He wasn't the primary recruited for anyone in the 2016 class (committed) except Kierre Hawkins. I think that speaks volumes. Not trying to trash the guy, just being realistic.
I think this is a move to mitigate damage done when Ed leaved after this year, as well as gain a better recruiter.
Unexpected good news? Yay!
Maybe he can help us pull some kids from Louisiana
Yup. My thoughts exactly.
How is Studrawa on the recruiting trail? More importantly, how does he compare to Warinner in regard to player development?
Football is, after all, a wonderful way to get rid of your aggressions without going to jail for it. - Woody Hayes
Thats what I was wondering about as well
Maryland picked up a couple bluechip O-lineman recruits while he was there, so I gotta think he's decent in that regard.
"Without winners, there wouldn't even be any god damned civilization." - Woody Hayes
This is an excellent hire IMO. Studrawa definitely improved the OL at Maryland and I was hoping Durkin would retain him. I think the Slobs should be in good hands and it also allows Warinner to focus more on the playcalling.
All-Star coaching staff. Wow.
Harbaugh puts ketchup on his steak.
With one exception. Still need to upgrade the QB coach, but this seems like a positive upgrade.
Welcome home Coach Stud!
This is a "keep an eye on the future" move, IMHO.
Ed is going to get a HC gig sooner rather than later and Greg Studrawa was going to end up here eventually.
It's a good move.
I think you're right on.
I'm curious to find out what happened with Hinton or what the agreement is there meaning he'll coach again down the road.
Gotta like his ties to the south and the DMV area.
We are assembling one of the most formidable coaching staffs in the nation. This is a huge hire.
Big Greg Studd!
It's a Dawg Eat Dawg world and I'm wearing Milkbone underwear - Norm Peterson
he LOOKS like a line coach
Here is a list of kids he pulled to LSU when he was the main recruiter
He seems ok
I don't know but I would think if he's worked for Urban before Urban must think highly of him or he wouldn't have rehired him. ....kinda out of the nowhere. I didn't see this coming
I was referring to his recruiting history, he's pulled multiple 5 stars to his schools
I am so excited about this hire. I had the opportunity to coach with Greg's dad, Denny up here in NW Ohio. Coach Stud (as he's known in these parts) WILL bring the intensity. Bests wishes Stud from the SWHS family!
Your username is great, man.
Thank you kindly...It really doesn't fit much now that he sobered up.
The icon is happy because he's healthy now.
UV based on User Name alone ...
Good read on the comments as well!
So is this a BOOM or......?
"Because we couldn't go for three." -Woody Hayes
Hopefully this will help us with whatever experience he gained from the DMV area
Holy unexpected batman! Stud was on Urban's short list in '12 wasn't he?
I know there's a game Saturday, and my ass will be there.
I Believe In Ohio State.
I remember it like this as well. My memory isn't great, but I recall that Stud declined before Warinner was hired.
This guy was ahead of Warriner on Urban's original short list??
I really think so.
So yea. Boom.
Correct, Studrawa was Urban's #1 choice for O-line coach but Studrawa decided to stay at LSU. I believe Matt Campbell, (New Iowa State coach) was Urban's #2 choice for O-line coach but Campbell was hired as the head coach at Toledo when Tim Beckman moved from UT to Illinois. Warriner was then hired and has done a great job while at OSU.
Not bad for a three! Sounds a little like next man up in coaching works too.
Heck, send him to the meeting with Rashard with all the experience he has recruiting for LSU, would think it would help.
I'm not sure they'll do that. His best relationship is with coach LJ. Send LJ, and Urban to finish him. I have supreme confidence in those two.
True. LSU also just lost their recruiting coordinator to UTSA! They will be in disarray right before signing day with many Louisiana kids on the fence.
Their coaching staff is one bad year from being unemployed. That had to be a big factor.
Really hoping it helps with Lawrence. Has to be weird to have recruiting coordinator leave before signing day. Wonder if he will work through signing day or head right to UT-SA?
Is he a good coach? I mean this seems stupid. You take the best OL coach in the country and move him to coach TE's and bring in a dude who coached Maryland's OL to replace the best OL coach in the country? Whats the advantage with this move?
So we can keep Warinner in the booth !
Mentoring by the best O-Line coach in college football. It's the Urban way. Mr. Ed may soon be gone to head coach somewhere else. Why not bring in a guy you trust, (Stud) give him the masters course in OL coaching from the Doctorate Warriner and when Mr. Ed leaves, he has left behind someone to replace him that is just as good if not better then he was when he got there. We take people whom best fit our program. Both recruits and coaches. Sometimes we miss. Most of the time "BOOM". 50-4. This is a smart move all the way around.
IIRC, people wanted him to be the O-line coach before we hired Warinner. He was o-line coach at LSU at the time and many people here was originally disappointed with Warinner because they wanted Stud. To me, this is an unmitigated win.
Warriner in the booth and someone to coach the O-Line on the sidelines.
Perhaps you should do some research on Studrawa and his credentials before making this comment...
Let me google that for you. HERE is a pretty complete bio from the LSU website.
I'll also add that he was a Graduate Assistant for the Offensive Line under Cooper. I seem to remember a few good linemen
"If the NBA was on channel 5 and a bunch of frogs making love on channel 4, I'd watch the the frogs, even if they were coming in fuzzy." ~ Bob Knight
Also, he was the OL coach at BGSU in 2003 when they almost beat us save for a 100 yard interception return for touchdown by Will Allen. I remember being very irritated that day with the way they were able to move the ball on us at times.
247 had Coach Stud as Maryland's best recruiter
GREG STUDRAWA, Maryland
National rank; 206
Big Ten rank: 35
Number of commitments: 4
Highest rated commitment: Three-star center Mason Zimmerman
Next Terps coach in the rankings: Mike Locksley (223)
Details: Studrawa is the offensive line coach, and three of his four commits will are linemen. All four of his commits are three-star prospects, and two are in-state prospects. The others are from Ohio and Pennsylvania.
I also read somewhere that he was responsible for pulling in a 5-star LB from Illinois and a total of three (two?) 4-stars during his final couple seasons at LSU.
Not trying to downplay his recruiting efforts, but pulling a LA kids to LSU is like stealing candy from a baby. LA kids usually stay at LSU.
That being said, I am really excited about this hire!
"Indecision may (or may not) be my downfall."
So Warinner as OC/TE Coach (hopefully calling plays in the booth), Beck as QB Coach, and Stud raws as OL Coach with probably a little assistance from Ed. Pair that with Schiano joining the defensive ranks... I can dig it.
Since Ed will be calling plays and working closer with the TEs, might actually see the TE more involved in the passing game? Hmm...
This is interesting but exciting. Thanks for the hard work Coach Hinton. Keep up the good work!
You had a fan on the other thread that was bumped. Didn't want to post it there and risk you losing the bookmark.
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McGee I'm sure of it.
Boom!!! Well, UFM has recruited someone from Louisiana. Check that box.
Boom for sure.
Great hire. Ed stays in the booth and helps with OL a bit too I assume. Stud can do the bulk of the OL work. Beck can do whatever.
"Beck can do whatever"
This is excellent news for this year. We saw what the offense looked like with Warriner in the box. Now he gets a full season up there? I love it. Go Bucks!
And Toledo still sucks.
Awesome hire. He's from Ohio, has coached in Ohio, and is very familiar with a Meyer-led program as he was the OC at Bowling Green under Meyer. LSU has produced some great offensive lineman over the last decade or so, and Studrawa likely deserves some credit for that. He's won a national championship and I would bet Meyer is well aware of his recruiting ties in the south.
I know some are a little concerned with the offensive line next season with all the new starters, but returning Price and Efflein is huge, and Studrawa has a proven track-record of preparing first year starters. The fact that these young o-lineman are going to be guided by two of the best 'Slob Masters' in all of college football should ease the minds of many. (Yes, Warinner is now the OC, but one can probably assume he's a Slob at heart, therefore he'll still be around to help guide the young slobs.)
I like the sound of that.
Hindsight is, and in, 2020
There are times where the worst thing that can be spread is misinformation
This seems weird.
If weird = awesome then I agree, this is really f@cking weird
I like it. Keep accumulating talent - in all areas.
Ed is DEFINITELY in the box now = defenses better take heed!
OSU didn't execute and lost to horrible officiating. BOTH things can be true
You just figured something or someone had to change on the offensive side of the ball. I thought perhaps Cordle would get promoted, but what do I know. There are reports out there that JT and Beck have a good relationship. Perhaps Hinton comes back into the coaching aspect a couple years down the road.
Crushed Las Vegas and their 40-1 Odds
This is a home run hire. I remember hearing he was a possibility when we originally hired Warriner.
Coaching BOOM! Interested to see how the tight ends get used now. Probably not much still.
I don't believe in no-win scenarios
Coach Stud was a key member of Urban Meyer's staff at BG and he has moved up in every job he has taken since he's left BG. He has a very good reputation among the coaching community. This is a very good move for the Buckeyes
Studrawa certainly looks the part. His connections on the east coast and in Louisiana can help with the talent available there. Go Slobs.......
Just hire Kenny G as the QB coach as his "football IQ" is clearly higher than Beck.
Where does Greg Gillum go now?
Why is it that when I try to view marlons profile, I get a access denied message that says "nice try, Michigan man" I am feeling slightly offended!!!
I live by the golden rule. You don't cross my Shit-line, I don't cross yours.
It means he was jailed. Again. It's at least 2 or 3 times that I'm aware of.
Ok, whew!!!!!! I thought they were pulling a Steven Avery on me. The plight of the wrongfully accused.
I think it does mean beck is gone. You can't add coaches. There is a total allowed. Kenny G will be a grad asst for QBs.
Hinton is retiring from coaching and moving into a admin position.
Beck and Warinner are going to be up in the booth controlling the offense. It's worked well the last 2 games.
Read the article...Hinton is gone.
I'd recommend you read it more carefully. He's not gone, he's just changing his role.
No. Your opinion is bad and you should feel bad.
Hinton the te coach is being moved to behind the scenes. Still same number of coaches.
Nice work, Urban.
His first order of business should be to meet with Kraemer and Eichenberg to see if they can be flipped from ND. It still bothers me that both of those kids could end up there. Give the new coach a shot at them for heck of it. Get Urban on the line and tell him I have advice for him!
This is great! Many were pining for him as line coach when we first hired Coach Meyer. Unfortunately his hiring and this restructuring is even more damning to Beck. Maybe he'll thrive more in the QB coach role and have less booth/play calling.
Hinton was looking to step down after 2014. The guy he is replacing has been with OSU going back to Tressel (a LT Ohio HS coach)...not sure what happened to Gillum. Excellent move by Meyer, when Greg hit the open market Urban wasn't going to pass him up. I wonder why he left LSU to go to Maryland
"When you help someone up a hill, you get that much closer to the top yourself..."
God, I hope this is a good hire. What Ed has done for our Olines has been incredible.
Sounds like an awesome hire. Booms in coaching and Booms to come with recruits!
This should make the transition a lot smoother than if we waited for Warrner to leave before hiring someone.
If the OC is the tight ends coach, can we expect to actually throw to them in the future? Also Warrner as tight end coach ensures that we will have the best blocking tight ends anywhere.
That's good since I think after the Michigan State game we were all yelling "The coaching of the tight ends is why we lost this game, everything else was fine! Why can't Urban get rid of that damned tight ends coach?"
We don't know what was going on behind the scenes with Hinton. I'd say having an Offensive mind like Studrawa is a huge upgrade from Hinton. It's not just to "replace a tight ends coach,"
He's making a sarcastic joke aimed at Tim Beck
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I understood that, but it's not like Hinton had a major role coaching or was fired. This gives Warriner more time to focus on playcalling.
This. I like it a lot.
Why all the concern out there about the new assistant coach? Meyer's 50-4 in four seasons here with one national championship. Trust him! I do.
To play devil's advocate, this is from a LSU fan on Reddit,
His primary recruiting areas were O-Linemen and northern Louisiana. We lost damn good recruits to Alabama on his watch. Our O-Line development (specifically with technique) suffered under him too.
The other comments were "Yikes" and "He sucks".
To be fair we have an old thread that called for firing Tom Herman.
2 different situations. We look back and say "wow he was good" and the only comments by LSU fans look back and say "He blows"
Jack Wohlabaugh was just quoted as being really excited to play for Studrawa for what it's worth.
Many LSU fans aren't even happy with Les Miles. They sound like a miserable fan base.
So far 7 different LSU fans have commented on the reddit thread and they all say he sucked. He also just got let go by Maryland. Normally I trust Urban but I just remember what Nebraska fans were saying after we hired Tim Beck and this is similar.
I don't know much about Reddit to form an opinion on Studrawa. I'll wait and see how he turns out then make a judgement.
7 LSU fans versus Urban...who do you choose to follow?
What's your point in sharing these? Studarawa in "coaching" circles is considered one of the best.
Who cares what their fans think.
Agree. And how quickly we've forgotten the cut and paste quotes from Arkansas fans who were happy to be rid of Chris Ash.
And that worked out ok for us, eh?
That LSU fan must have been asleep when Leonard Fournette carried the ball.
Interesting... Was just a week ago that Coach Meyer said no changes to the coaching staff coming this year and then boom. If Hinton got tired of the grind of recruiting why not just bring in a new tight end coach?
Seems like there may be more to this story. Ed moves to the press box and becomes full time OC basically and then we bring in a line coach in Studrawa with OC experience... hmmmmmm
Maybe it's as simple as Hinton wanted to step down from coaching, and Meyer has a relationship with Studrawa (also a known commodity in coaching circles). Hinton is staying with the program. Why does there have to be more to the story?
Jan 8th : Do you foresee any staff changes this offseason? Urban : “No”
Either Urban was flat out lying or there's more to the story. We just basically changed our entire offensive coaching structure. That's more than Tim Hinton wanting to get out of coaching. We have a new O Line Coach, a New tight end Coach and a play caller in Warinner moving up to the box full time.
Only our RB coach is doing what he did last year. That's a LONG way from not making any changes.
And the creator of #Zone6
Don't forget that they still have the same QB coach, too.
Great move! Allows Warriner to stay in the booth where he excels as a play caller! Urban knows best!
We will fight to the end for OH-IO!
People need to quit dumping on Beck every chance they get. He is going to be the coach for another year whether we like it or not. How does it look to recruits if every other post is some cheap shot about how bad Beck sucks? Time to get over it.
Recruits aren't stupid, they saw the same anemic offense we did for 3/4 of the season (with possibly the most talented team in 20+ years). I don't see this as a "blaming Beck" move, I see this as a "Beck is clearly not the future, here is what we're doing about it" move.
From what I'm hearing Beck and JT have a really good relationship. JT likes Beck and is excited for the future after the improvement in the last two games. I'm not defending Beck, just pointing out he is not the monster we've portrayed him to be.
Fo-troit rise up
Till he proves otherwise like Tim Beck did, I back the new guy 100% Welcome home coach!
The only good thing about The Game is winning it - Urban Meyer
A few additional facts: Studrawa and Urban go back to Meyer's days at BGSU. Studrawa is a possibility to stay at OSU as long as Urban is around. This creates solid stability on the OSU coaching staff (turnover of assistant coaches was Urban's downfall at Florida).
Studrawa is a respected O-line coach and is respected by long time Ohio HS football coaches. Studrawa's father was a long time assistant football coach and is well known in NW Ohio. This can only help with recruiting, not only in Florida but also in Louisiana and the DC area.
Hinton was not a strong recruiter but was a solid organizer. Moving to an admin position will hopefully lengthen Urban's stay in Columbus as Urban is surrounding himself with a core group of very loyal persons.
Finally, while it had been rumored for a couple of months that Hinton was planning to step down, I thought Urban would mack a play for Kentucky TE coach Vince Marrow, who is a tireless recruiter. Hairball tried to lure Marrow to UM last winter. I also thought Urban might go after Mike Locksley (who coaches with Studrawa last year at Maryland) and this might still be a possibility if Tim Beck moves on to another position (which is still a possibility).
Facts are friends - nice post!
"Vision without execution is just hallucination."
This is fantastic news for this years offense. Such amazing new!! Wonderful things!!
People here seem extremely excited about the hire but LSU fans I've talked to seems to unanimously think he's bad. Jury's out, I guess.
They can't even decide whether they like Les Miles or not.
Great news all around. This should only solidify the line...
Saban on a cart eating cold pizza
Cool. So this means Jim Tressel is coming back as Assistant Head Coach. I also heard Chip Kelly was coming here as the Offensive Coordinator.
Oh. I also heard that Nick Siciliano was joining Hinton as Quality Control Coordinator and Beck as Assistant QB Coach.
Now we've got 3 outstanding OL Coaches on the staff (including Jim Cordle).
Offensive line driven team
Will be interesting to hear from Pat since we will have an experienced starter on the line next year to compare Ed to new guy. Also - Ed - who we know is a great O line coach is still here. So yes new guy coming in but we will still have Ed keeping an eye on just in case there is any truth to LSU fan base statements.
A little bit off topic; but, after this year, Wariner can say that he has coached every position group.
Cant help but wonder how this sits with the young offensive linemen and the OL recruits coming in because we all know Ed gets guys to the NFL and how good of a line coach he is.
I bet Coach Hinton was on the coaching trail in Fl, TN, or CA. Purchased a lottery ticket and no longer needs a job. I further bet that the odds of this being true are the same as the odds of all the other bs speculation and about the odds of having a winning ticket!
My bad, double strike on the save. Hate it when that happens.
I'm expecting Ed to work with Stud during the spring and a little during camp to make sure it's a smooth transition. If those two get along this is going to be dynamite. Elflein coming back is huge for the OL too. The guys we have stepping in are loaded with talent and Jones and Prince have been close.. Kind of surprised one of them didn't replace Farris. Hopefully they can gel at an acellerated rate maul the Sooners up front. I'm so excited about the potential for this OL.
Nick Siciliano is the new Defensive Line Coach. Larry Johnson is now Quality Control.
But LSU fans think he sucks...
I like Meyer hiring friends like Schiano and Studrawa. Hopefully this means assistant and head coaches will be on the same page and it will reflect on the field with the players. Also now that Warinner is coaching the TEs and calling the plays I think Marcus Baugh and Hausmann/Farrell will be very well utilized next season.