Ryan Day is a good play-caller, but Wilson is an integral part of that. Everything that Ryan Day has accomplished here offensively has been with Wilson. 5 years from now and 2 OC's later, maybe we can look back and say that it was all Ryan Day, but with the elite continued offensive success Wilson has had for 15 plus years, he gets the benefit of the doubt.
Kevin Wilson replaceability should be 10/10. The man is a top tier elite OC.
Whoa, Hamilton is a big big boy
For Burrow, as soon as the game ended he is out of eligibility and no longer subject to any NCAA rules
however, our coaches for some reason are hellbent on starting seniors, regardless of the actual skillset.
These kinds of comments kill me.
#1- Malik Harrison deserved to start for the past 2 seasons.
#2. No other Linebacker is a senior
#3. Do you really think an entirely new defensive staff came in and just started Borland because they are lazy?
Creepy Boomers who have never stepped foot on campus
The final tweet that Paris Johnson responded to is cringe as hell
JSN is #33 in Composite and #22 by 247. You are predicting they don't move him at all?
I mean JSN sits at #33 in the composite, and 22 on 247. Him getting his 5th star is pretty much a given with a good performance. I am definitely most excited to see where they put Stroud.
I'd put money on Wilson making over $1.5 million in 2020.
Any chance he is having grade or qualifying issues and schools arent letting him commit?
$1.7 million! I freakin' spit out my coffee. Holy crap!
Yeah, there goes the story that Texas fans were spreading that Day was begging Yurcich to stay and offered to match Texas' salary. Yurcich was never woth $1.7m to Ohio State
Yep, I think Crowley takes over as the #1 back eventually. Remember, he was the Florida Gatorade Player of the Year in 2018, that's a big deal.
It's no insult to Day, it's just the offense looks HEAVILY like Wilson's Northwestern, Oklahoma, and Indiana offenses combined. The 2018 offense was so much like the 2008 Oklahoma offense, including the issues in the red zone and down to the state breakdowns per player, that it is uncanny. I think Wilson does not get enough credit for what he is doing with the offense. He has been an elite offensive coordinator for 2 decades. I really believe he has had much more influence on the offense than people are willing to admit.
Harrison gets caught in the wash a lot if he isn't going downhill.
Borland seems to be a really smart LB, but its almost like he tries to overcompensate for his lack of speed by oddly enough, slightly overrunning plays when he is scraping.
Browning is going to make some NFL team very happy as an OLB pass rusher in a 3-4 scheme.
That picture of Wilson.... holy shit
I really hope Tyreke Johnson puts it together. He is perfect for that slot corner position. I will feel a lot better about the defense if he develops into a starter.
Zach Harrison's stats are almost identical to what Chase Young's were his Freshman year. Not that Zach will become Chase Young, but he is on the right trajectory.
I legit have concerns if Wilson leaves. I think Wilson has been the true mastermind behind the offense since he and Day both arrived. There is no reason to believe that he isn't to be truthful with you. Wilson is the elite of the elite when it comes to OCs.