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MEMBER SINCE   July 03, 2014



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Comment 09 Oct 2019

I knew this would be run-heavy offense this season as Fields developed. I was mostly right. Fields has been much better passing than expect, but I had no expectation the run game would be this good. I love seeing the interior OL getting to the 2nd level and destroying the LBs. Those are things you hope to get to with an experienced group. Meyers and Davis are young, but you wouldn't know it. Munford is still a true Jr, so still kinda young. Crazy how good they are. It's a clinic every Saturday 

Comment 09 Oct 2019

Additionally, I think Day said this in a Presser, but they instructed the LBs and DLs to tackle the FB no matter what, take away that option and force them outside to the additional linebacker. 

Comment 01 Oct 2019
It's very different then Haskins chat last year. The mesh concept against man coverage was so often used, but we've hardly seen it this season
Comment 18 Sep 2019
Could you just do the hands, mic and his chin maybe? Then out the O I O around it? I'd buy that
Comment 13 Sep 2019

On the improved running game, I saw Dobbins run with more patience last week.He more willing to wait that beat, then stick his foot in the ground and get north and south. This is what set Zeke apart in 2014 and 2015. He found it late in the season. Dobbins had it as a freshman, but somehow lost it late that season and all last season. Now he had a hint of it again last week, and they turned into big gains. Hopefully, it is back and better this week. 

Comment 06 Sep 2019

Best book on the subject right here.

Comment 14 Aug 2019

Mike Kudla (may he rest in peace) DL

Kudla was a beast and was 1st Team All-Big Ten and Defensive MVP in 2005. He played in the NC in 2002. Dude once played with a torn pec and still played well. Yet he's not a name you hear much, possibly because of his untimely passing or because an injury cut his NFL playing days a bit short. Not enough props for him

Joel Penton DL

He's just a good human being. Admittedly, I like him a little because he's from my hometown, where he's still a legend. He's done so much for the community there. He's now a motivational speaker for kids and has 2 books out for teens. My parents knew him well (I had moved out of town when he made his mark) and had nothing but good things to say about the young man.  He was of course a Wuerffel Award winner and was a 4-time Academic All-B1G honoree while at OSU.