If nearly 50% of Dixon's catches are for touchdowns, I say throw it to him more.
Such a huge threat in the passing game
Great Story. Had to be hard to keep the head up during the injured knee years. Its definitely paying off in the 2017 season.
It is one of the reasons I am happy the passing game is coming along. There are really good players out there. Getting those guys the ball is the key to good things happening. That is for sure.
Between the running game and a developing downfield passing attack this offense will be nearly impossible to stop.
I'm happy for Johnnie
Just curious - does anyone know if Victor registered any stats in the PSU game
Urban Meyer >Jim Harbaugh for ever and ever, Amen. 0
I don't think any official stats that was covered in an earlier article. However he did have a pass interference penalty tossed against the defender guarding him
2017's version of Devin. Happy for JD!!!! GO BUCKS!!!!
Nice story. Never get tired of hearing about JD3. wish he had more seasons on the team
Roster says he's a Junior. (?)
The Buckeye behind enemy lines...
Ooh. Thanks. Thought he was a senior. Good for him. Two years with no major health issues and he will be ready to go to the next level
Dixon is a testament to the cutting-edge advantage of the OSU medical staff. Recruits should pay attention.
Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing.
DIXONs back shoulder touchdown catch wasn’t an easy either ! You could tell they wanted it TOSU would not be denied last Saturday
"Vitalum Vitalis "
I thought so too. Not much said about that catch. But the combination of importance and difficulty is remarkable.
Impressive catch to td ratio with a 25 yd ave
I hope Dixon is taking care of business off the field (i.e., academics) and taking advantage of real life Wednesdays in case his body cannot handle playing at the next level. Even if he does play Sundays, there is life after football.
Our honor defend, so we'll fight to the end !
I love to see thes e guys stick with it. Even if he didn't stay healthy this year he stuck to it and now his focus and attitude are paying dividends. Imo there are a couple of awesome things coming together for JD and the Buckeyes... 1) the sideline to sideline passing threat is providing an opportunity to loosen the defenses up and providing a nice down field threat JD and in the case of Baugh have been recent recipient's. 2) the O coaching staff was still establishing the sideline to sideline passing plan through the first 4-6 games of the season as such when we played Oklahoma the new offensive scheme was extremely limited building up to what we are now experiencing from JT's recent success and Johnny's success is that O game planning is starting to gel. It's great to be a Buckeye and the future is very bright.
"Tough times don't last, tough people do" - Gregory Peck
If you grew up a Buckeye this brings tears to your eyes. Buckeyes never quit and thrive in the end.
Thank you Johnnie Dixon, I hope we all continue to enjoy the amazing efforts that have lead to these wonderful results! Keep moving forward, we are lucky to have you!
I would rather be on hand with 10 men then elsewhere with 10,000 - Timur Lenk
Half of his catches are for touchdowns? Those are Devin Smith numbers