Every HS, college, and pro team that wants to score points most certainly is, lol!
On paper, the O-line should be fine if they can gel in camp and avoid the catastrophic injuries that cut into depth long-term. Frankly, I’m excited to see Jackson play, because anyone that can draw accolades while at Rutgers must be a special player indeed.
And maybe, just maybe, this year’s slobs will commit fewer false starts. I swear, sometimes watching them the last two years reminded me of when JB Shugarts was out there.
To be honest, if the players are anything like their coach, they probably didn’t recognize the irony or the potentially curious response wearing a Rose Bowl pin would elicit. We all know that it’s just a B1G/Rose Bowl promotion for the media, but it’s still funny that last year’s champions weren’t wearing them while the wannabes were.
Yep, seems about right.
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Thank you, St. Steve the 11th, Patron Saint of the Olentangy, for reminding everyone that we got exactly what we wanted with the defensive staff changes. Great post! I agree that the change should be considered a huge strength for OSU, especially after the dysfunction of last year.
That’s the best prognostication I’ve seen on here yet.