Thanks for taking my question, as always! GO BUCKS!
Urban Meyer left an incredible legacy. 12/4/18 Ryan Day begins his.
Time for Mr. Wade to step. Expecting him to provide us with a six pointer via the interception!
I say we unleash the Texas boys.. especially Dobbins..
Good stuff DWebb. Can we call you DWebb? How does the mail bag work? Do we send questions to your e-mail? Twitter? Are you following the Comments of this post and answering questions? Sorry If this has already been covered. I'm sure someone will throw a flag at me for illegal procedure.
My questions, who starts at RB? Who will lead the team in rushing yds? How mnay yards ofrshing will the young Bucks have as a team?
Thx in advance.
You win with people.
They usually create a forum topic and users submit questions there.
Your "thx in advance" topic reminds me of the "Thanks for taking my call, I'll hang up and listen" comments that we get from the radio show.
I think Dobbins started game 1, and Weber game 2, but I think Dobbins gets the nod this week simply because we're playing in Texas and he'll likely have a good amount of friends & family there. My prediction is 250 rushing yards split between our 2 backs.
They hate us cuz they aint us!! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Sure! I've been called worse.
Each week, we'll have a forum post calling for mailbag questions. You can reply to that post with your questions and they could appear in that week's mailbag.
But to answer you questions, since you asked them, I think Dobbins gets the start, he'll lead the team in rushing and, as a team, I'm going to say Ohio State puts up just under 170 rushing yards.
Thanks man! Go Bucks gig the Toads.
I can't wait to watch the Dwayne Train and his fellow conductors Mike and JK roll that baby all through some Froggy Ass! I think Bosa and Young take turns doing the Texas 2step on the TCU QB's back!
"Roll that baby all through some froggy ass"
That sounds fun, illegal or both.
Urban Meyer >Jim Harbaugh for ever and ever, Amen. 0
Andy, as to Jim Stillwagon, his forte was destroying the opponents rushing game as a middle guard. Outland and Lombardi award winner as a two time all american. At 6'0 and 240, he would have been undersized for defensive line play in this day and age, but would have made a great linebacker.
Too much time spent at the North Heidelberg rather than the classroom. SSD 68-72
Pumped to see more of Shaun Wade. He was one of my favorite recruits in that class
I appreciate your take on Wade coupled with what Schiano said - the more Wade - the better.
Go get'em Cal Poppy - we are behind you !!
It's not a rivalry .............. it's a wreckoning.
I've got a fever....and the only prescription is more Wade!!
Gotta love it.
Christopher Walken Approves !!
I love the up tempo. Take advantage of our 2 headed RB monster and offensive depth.
Here's my question, specifically to any Browns fans out there. Who's D-Line would you rather have, the Browns or Bucks?
I would take the entire OSU 2-deep over the browns'. Seriously
That's silly. The Browns aren't even one of the lesser teams in the NFL in terms of talent. Still a ridiculous thing to say in regards to any NFL team vs. a college roster.
Bosa, Chase & Dremont are all first rd picks. Multiple guys on our line are top 5 or even potential number 1 overall picks! How many 1st rounders does CLE have on their line?
Ohio State’s DLine is absolutely better than the browns. The only guy Cleveland has that’s on OSU’s level is Myles Garrett.
Angle, I was specifically referring to D-Line. And the Browns have a good one actually. But looking at Nick Bosa, probable #1 overall pick, Young, a likely high future first rounder, Jones, a definite first rounder, and the underrated Landers, I don't think it's a crazy question. Obviously I realize if you swapped lines now, Browns would be better, due to age/maturity/NFL experience, but I was speaking more long term.
Beating up on college lines composed of players who will never set foot on an NFL field proves nothing. When every player in OSU's 2 deep has a successful and productive NFL career you would have something to discuss.
Good stuff Derrick. I was a bit late to throw my 2 cents in so thanks.
"Age wrinkles the body, quitting wrinkles the soul" Woody Hayes
Make sure we spy QB and not let him burn us with his feet. Sometimes our Dline is too aggressive and over pursue leaving big lanes.
I always worry when it is assumed that because one line is so much bigger than another that the assumption is domination. Speed and proper scheming, which we have seen before, can make life uncomfortable for a big line. You may see two dlinemen dropping in coverage and various linebackers and corners blitzing trying to confuse Haskins.
I don't buy one goddam drop of gas in the state of Michigan!