Let them say whatever they want. We're coming for all of em next year, and they'll learn the hard way.
I support the parade, I used to be against it. When I realized it was a protest to embarrass the organization, I was all for it. I originally thought it was just a bunch of drunks satirically celebrating mediocrity as another excuse to drink and make Cleveland look dumb. And Michael Rapaport?? Really? I'm all for doing anything that pisses that d-bag off.
Orlando Pace for sure, that way we get an immediate/dominant contributor & get to keep Prince on the right side.
Joey Bosa, no doubt. We need a DE, he'd be yet another immediate/dominant contributor.
Mike Nugent. We need someone who can consistently hit long range field goals, very underrated. He'd be worth 6-9 points a game today.
Cris Carter. 1 handed catches, incredible boundary skills, great routes. Immediate contributor as a Freshmen.
For the last one, hard to argue with Terrelle Pryor. Arm to stretch the field, running ability, size. What could Ryan Day do with him?
Give us the Ohio boys, that's the most underrated thing we can do. Just look at guys like Danny Davis.
Enjoying that Michigan loss with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind.
We really did. Wisconsin now has 13 wins, Penn State won 11, MSU won 10, Army turned out to be a 10 win squad. We had a resume, even with the Iowa loss.
I was never a huge fan of Kizer mostly because I wasn't a fan of his decision making, and I felt he would be an interception machine. To be fair, he does have a big arm, but he's ultimately become that interception machine. Anyone with eyes can see Sam Darnold has the potential to become the next Big Ben, but he looks like he needs another year to work on his ball security. With Rosen saying he wont come here... we're screwed.
What aspects of your game do you feel you've improved upon during your senior year? And what part of your game are you most excited to focus on in the future?
PS: Welcome to Buckeye Nation, we're glad to have you.
I'm not just a Buckeye fan, but a college football fan. I haven't been shy about proclaiming Saquon Barkley as my favorite CFB player this year, just to illustrate that point. I love CFB, but I have vowed not to watch a second of this game. Georgia has earned their place in the title game, but Bama hasn't. I can't stomach this all SEC title game & the return to the "SEC dominance narrative" that was pushed on us for nearly a decade. It's just plain bad for the sport.
I get it, we should have beat Oklahoma. We shouldn't have lost to Iowa. We should have done a lot of things, yes.. but apparently scheduling Mercer was on that list as well. B10 Champs vs a now 13 win Wisconsin team, enough said.
You sure you're not biased? Being a Buckeye fan doesn't mean I have to be blind. He's fun to watch.
All due respect to both of them, they're not on Saquon's level at all. Barkley has Crowell's power element & Duke's speed and ability to catch the ball. He's been one of my favorite college players I've ever followed, and I truly believe he can possibly become the best RB in the NFL. (No offense to Zeke). Barkley is a special talent.
Please fall to #4
I've heard Winfield mention as the best pound for pound tackler in the history of the school. It would have been nice to see him play.
Marshon Lattimore over Eli Apple all day every day. I may be young, but Lattimore is the most flawless college CB I ever saw.
You're right. Zero was a bit too much. Just not NFL level arm talent.
I'll be the first to tell you I'm not sold on him being a 10 year starter in the NFL, but I'll also be the first to tell you this isn't the time or place to bring it up. This thread is specifically to appreciate JT's time here and the things he accomplished. If you can't do that, I can't help you. What you're doing is the lesser equivalent of going to Woody's funeral & making sure his whole family knows you think he's a bad guy for punching that Clemson player. Not exactly the same thing, but again: time & place.
First round represent.
I love JT Barrett, I wish him well. The best mesh point QB in college football, masterful fake handoffs. You have to admit, you hate it when he runs on third downs, but he almost always picks up the yards. #4-0
I would love this. I think it would work out famously, as you could not only draw fanbases of the participating schools, but CFB fans from NE Ohio plus people interested in visiting the Hall of Fame. I think it could be on par with the Outback Bowl (which I watch every year, rooting for whatever team will win me a free Bloomin Onion). Imagine if they'd matched up Purdue & Florida State, I would go watch that.