The ESPN is out to “get” OSU angle to most everything these days, just tickles my soul!
Crazy how time flys. The “older” WRs are now gone. The younger WRs are now the older WRs. Should the new older WRs now get out of the way.for the young pups? Lol!
Couldnt have said it better or shorter myself! I understand the BH love, but to elevate his value above all else, including Haskins arm and passing ability, is not a camp I reside in. Your Penn State comeback example is dead on.
I remember the “older WRs” being castrated and maligned as not being able to get off press and not getting separation.
Oh well, 2 were drafted and the third one is shooting his shot! Absolutely delighted for all 3 of them, in particular McLaurin, who did the absolute most with few opportunities!
So if was out of character for Bosa, does that mean it was in character for the others, lol (and eye roll)!
Best believe that by the time a guy is suspended, it’s not his first time @ the rodeo (or getting “caught”) to be more specific. And that’s irrespective of his last name or his talent level, Bosa included!
Actually, it reminds me that OSU would’ve needed more changes than just BH, during the “Smith” years.
The signing bonus between drafted and undrafted is what’s significant; it’s primarily the only guaranteed portion of a NFL contract.
Day’s offense also requires a true passer.
A WR that was able to showcase his skills with a true passer as a QB and an open offense where the ball is fed to the “Percy/Curtis/Parris” WR.
I like the shift to QBs who can pass the ball and not rely on their legs, thereby creating narratives that WRs not getting separation was the problem.
And yet, there were also others who gave up big plays, and they still consistently played last year.
Someone else said it above, it’s as if he never got enough consistent PT to see if he could contribute, and now the injury bug hits again.
I wish J Hilliard well moving forward.
Actually, KN tweeted “Krazy But True”, I don’t think that tweet is a coincidence.
Because they should be grateful that they’re getting a free education, and they don’t have student loan debt, that’s why!
As Haskins’ was to the benefit of the Receivers, maybe a HC change to Day will benefit Ruckert and those that come after him.
Berrong should definitely watch what OSU does this year with the TEs, and not listen to what they say!
.No, but Chris Chugunov has enrolled. ;0)
Dobbins wanting to head off to the NFL early will be all the motivation he needs.
I’d heard the 3rd rounders are some of the last to sign, because of provisions in the CBA unique to their contracts.
I was a big supporter of Terry’s. Remember a time when he was considered expendable to help meet scholly numbers.
Oh well, Terry did it. I’ll be following him as a Redskin, interested in what he’ll do with real opportunity aside from ST and blocking.
If he throw, will the Receivers get separation?
I don’t know about bagmen, but they have cleat chasers. Thus the increasing number of players with kids.
The players may be special athletically, but academically, they sit in a class along with everyone else.
QB mobility will be a good thing, and while Fields legs will purportedly “fix” OL issues, I hope his arm/accuracy doesn’t create other problems.
But could the Receivers get separation?
Ironically, the older Receivers (Mack, Victor) were once the younger Receivers, and the same thing was said about them.
A personal 2018 highlight for me, was that the much maligned “older” Receivers (Campbell, Dixon, and McLaurin) got a full year to play with Haskins; too bad it wasn’t two years.
No, the question is can he get separation?
Stxbuck, I believe it’s not just the QBs. A recent example is Josh Norwood, a DB who transferred to WVU and is now on the uprise.
For those players with NFL aspirations, sitting on the bench of a blue blood program is of no value.
A poster above you spoke about the player putting OSU/schools in a tough spot. What about when Coaches are recruiting kids up to and thru Signing Day, when they know they’re leaving for their next gig.
Again, I don’t have a problem w/ players having more freedom of movement with regards to transferring. Youthful or not, it’s their choice to do it and bare the consequences, good or bad.