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Comment 08 Nov 2019

It's a team-now we'll see what we have

Totally agree. Hate to see this happen for Chase, but I'm stoked to see what Harrison, Friday, Smith, and JJB can do when cut loose for an entire game. My hunch...they're going to play pissed and maul the very soul out of Maryland.  These young men are wicked talented and there's not much tape on them, so it's more difficult for Maryland to strategize their blocking scheme--especially a day prior to the game. No doubt Coach Day and Sifu Larry (credit Gus Johnson) saw this coming earlier in the week--if not sooner--and they have a plan in place. I gotta feeling those four DEs are going to spend plenty of time in Maryland's backfield tomorrow. Can't wait to see it.

Comment 08 Nov 2019

All about throwing copious amounts of shade on Alabama and Clemson, but...they have plenty of self-reported violations. It's quite common and just part of the business. Understandable when one considers how ridiculously complicated NCAA rules are.  There's a reason major schools have an entire department dedicated to compliance. Shit happens...and even more shit happens when the NCAA is involved.

Comment 23 Oct 2019

Dr, you must come from a land of ridiculously large and agile humans. I'm going to go ahead and say tOSU coaching staff and the VAST majority of posters on here disagree with you. A guy who is 6'8" and 360 pounds who can move like he does is quite freakish. And there's at least one NU lineman (who literally ceased to exist when Dawand went 4 to 6, A to B) who would describe Big Thanos as freakish. 

Plenty of big guys out there who can't move. It's the rare few who can move as well as Dawand...and apparently he's picking up the blocking scheme quickly, so he's got a good noggin on his shoulders, too.  The coaches saw freakish size and talent, hence, the reason he's wearing Scarlet and Gray. 

Comment 30 Sep 2019

Not sure why you got the DV, Js. The whole point of this article is learning from the film and you nailed it. To me, seeing the lanes is the only thing holding Dobbins back from Zeke-like performance. Zeke's strength was his ability to see those tiny inside lanes then hit them with enough speed and power to whip through arm tackles. He'd be past the LBs in no time which led to his ridiculous number of 20+ yard gains. Dobbins is on the cusp. If he can trust his blockers and hit those seams between the guard and tackle, he's gonna start piling up longer runs.