May sound silly but I recently went to 6” gutter, from a 4” for the biggest expanse of my roof - we have a good sized Ranch style home. I also have a couple French drains that help redirect water and eliminate standing water. Both of these have taken some burden off of the sumps. Obviously can’t dig now, but...for next season and so on.
Yes. Can easily see us giving up more points. The upside...we should be able to score a bunch too. Fields has year under his belt, the OLine will be intact [mostly], I envision a 2 or 3 headed running attack, solid at TE and the young WRs we’ll have.
Malik Harrison too. Rare combo of size, speed, and athleticism. Hard to replace.
JMO but Day’s style/philosophy/whatever will prove to be better to propel players to the NFL.
“It finally clicked for him that it’s not just about moving the man. It’s about finishing the man, going after somebody else and finishing them, and then who else is still standing?
Suddenly. I’m in the mood for pancakes.
”Development”. Well I’ll always be a sucker for LBs; not to start a debate. OL/DT is prolly next for me. It’s tougher for the lineman to come in right away and contribute, whereas a WR can play right away in some cases, even if just ST. JMO. I think Miller gets added to the ‘tip of the spear’ next season and we don’t miss a beat.
If nothing else, love not just the depth but the comradery that’s developed within the Slobs these past few years. Competition sure, but a genuine support for one another.
This was full of pivotal matches that had they went even slightly different....But credit to Hoffman and Traub - they had their hands full.
She claims it’s saved their marriage.
See. All of those Dr. Phil episodes sunk in. As far as LJ and the height; sure he’s tall, but you’d think that would be offset by...never mind.
The water closet link. My wife and I are looking at moving and possibly building. If so I’m on the books w a garage urinal. Discreet, obviously.
Aside from Wade, Proctor feels like the only given. Good news...lots of youth and most have some experience. Hooker is my dark horse here. Raw, but talented - has an Arnette feel to him, IMO. And wouldn’t be surprised to see one or more of the new recruits out there.
Not a big b-ball guy so forgive me....but Young provides a ton of Heart. May sound corny, but that kid fights like nobody’s biz. Clearly a dropoff w/o him.
Here’s to Drue...and his next pass!
Bad officiating is practically the only constant in all of sports at every level, and not even replay can totally cleanse that reality.
This stood out to me not because we were subjected to bad calls, but because the replay/review was the worst part. I thought replay was in place to correct or offset bad calls, not to impose them.
While never more anxious for a new Buckeye football season to begin, hopefully the performance of that officiating crew sparks some conversation/review. Just watching this Bama/ttun game there’s already been targeting type plays, not called.....not exactly “consistent”.
Might want to refresh your memory and watch this, or several other highlights, before you infer MT is even close to Beanie.
28 was, and remains, one of the all-time greatest backs to play CFB; not just at tOSU.
Yes. Beanie is on a very short list of all-time Buck great backs - like the Mt Rushmore of tOSU backs list. Easily. Big, fast, vision, power, stiff arm, bell cow, Wolverine slayer.
Passing game...where Master can be a real asset simply by being a [better] blocker. JK was awesome no doubt, but not the best in picking up the blocks in the pass attack. W the stable of receivers well have, Master can contribute here big time.
Vincent is next year’s Hamilton.
Well joking aside, the best should be unselfish and humble...and should want to get better. Who better to help them with that? Brotherhood
Hey guys, whatever the Voodoo Larry do....let’s keep it on the down low and get down on our knees every night and thank the Lord he’s in Cbus.
And as another poster pointed out earlier elsewhere today; our [presumably] young DBackfield will be going against some stellar WRs in practice = could just be the best thing for them.