Not a talent scout by any means, but I think Rocket Watts of Michigan State has NBA potential.
Ohio State is very capable of winning the title, but over the last 2 weeks, Michigan State has wins over Maryland on the road and the Buckeyes and have looked really good doing it. The Spartans should be the favorite to win it. As balanced as the conference is, though, someone from the middle of the pack could win it.
If you want good people working for you, you have to pay those good people. Paying them could also mean retaining them. Ohio State has that mindset.
A lot of experience back, and they don't have to be great, just better.
Hard to match last year's total but very realistic to think that the 2020 defense can come close to that.
When the season starts, that unit will be more than adequate. I have no reason to believe otherwise.
Coach Day has in just 1 year proven to be a great hire.
As long as the Buckeyes' offensive line is good at run blocking, they will make any RB better. Concern yes, panic no.
There will be some fierce competition for playing time among this group.
The Oregon game is extremely important because even though it is only the 2nd week of the season, it could decide a playoff spot if it comes down to the B10 vs. the Pac-12.
Sometimes the best hire for a big, responsible position is within an organization. Coach Day is a clear example of this.
I got on a waitlist for a senior apartment back in 2011, the last time Michigan beat OSU, and today I've been in my apartment for almost a year and a half, and the Buckeyes' streak continues.
I can bet that same Clemson fan would have thought it was a catch and fumble if it were an OSU receiver that it happened to.
Ohio State players going high in the first round makes recruiting much easier for Coach Day and his staff.
Oklahoma coming into the Horseshoe and winning 31-16 with Baker Mayfield planting the flag was not enjoyable to watch, especially after the Buckeyes crushed the Sooners in Norman just the year before.
Having a strong D-line has always been an emphasis for the Buckeye defense, and I think this group will carry on those expectations. This group concerns me the least for the 2020 Silver Bullets.
Love the hire, love his enthusiasm, and love the results he showed with his first gig at OSU.
What made the speech unforgettable was that he delivered what he said he was going to do. Michigan has never been the same since.
My 3 favorite seasons are 1968, 2002, and 2014.......the Buckeyes beat Michigan and won the national championship. I was a 12 year old when I watched OSU beat OJ Simpson and USC in the Rose Bowl.
2019 was a great season even with a loss to Clemson....... 56-27 @Michigan, 3rd straight B10 title, 3rd CFP appearance, unfortunately we just didn't finish the job in the playoffs.
We are blessed as Buckeye fans with so many great years to choose from.
Another Buckeye fan on 11W is a good thing!
As great as he was in 2019, he will be even better in 2020. Just hope he stays healthy.
A healthy Justin Fields in 2020 will be a better Justin Fields in 2020.......and he was really good in 2019.
There's no question that the Buckeyes will be a serious contender for the NC......they will have the talent and coaching.......but next year score TD's instead of FG's in the redzone.
At 63 years of age, I shouldn't want football season to come that quickly........but it's Ohio State football, so the countdown to the 2020 season has begun.
GO BUCKEYES!! Win it all in 2020!!
I will watch being a college football fan, not just an Ohio State football fan. If Clemson cannot put consistent pressure on Joe Burrow, I think LSU wins. I look for the score to be something like 38-31.
I am going to pay close attention to the officiating and the replay booth.