Ray Lewis. Announcers gushed over his showboating ass despite the fact he should have been in jail.
Because Jim Jordan makes it more political and an even riskier subject around here.
I heard Hubbard played Lacrosse. Is that true?
It would be like Georgia replacing a guy like Mark Richt with... well...
Are there allegations against Smart that I am not aware of?
Which JT Barrett? The one coached by Herman or Beck? Because they have both.
Congrats. Now bulk up. 6’8” 195 isn’t going to cut it in the Big Ten.
DUI is pretty serious
Or he brought in an incredible amount of talent at the WR position and had them consistently underachieve at Ohio State.
If you give Smith enough time, he might get multiple felonies too.
The school literally voted not to go to the Rose Bowl when Hayes was coach. I don't think working with Drake would have been a problem.
Had Jent's last second heave gone or Jimmy Jackson's drive not been clogged up and a better play executed,
Heave? It was a wide open baseline ten footer.
and I honestly think most Buckeye fans feel the same way.
I don't believe this to be true. The uproar if Urban took another job would be huge. I think many Buckeye fans would end up sounding like Florida fans.
16 in honor of JT. I like it.
Because in 2015, UM came in with 2 losses and virtually no chance to go to the CFP.
Nowhere near that bad. Besides, Dick Clark earned the right to retire whenever he wanted too.
As far as I am concerned, Corso can retire whenever he wants. Besides, the less airtime for guys like Howard and Pollack, the better.
I believe that is the first PAC 12 player selected tonight.
I don't judge OSU QB's by what they do in the NFL, I judge them by what they do at Ohio State.
You are forgetting the 2011 Nebraska game. A competent back up (sorry Bauserman) wins that game after Braxton left hurt. We also needed the back up in 2015 by necessity for the Minnesota game due to Barrett's DUI. The backup was fairly critical in the 2017 UM game too.
Yeah, that's why we are worried. We have needed the back up QB every year since 2011 except 2016 and 2018.
But how many of those other guys are flourishing at QB in the NFL right now.
So Ohio State has never had better than a backup level QB if flourishing in the NFL is the standard?
We had multiple backup level QBs in 2014 that were carried by the rest of the NFL roster that we had.
Oh, come on. Miller, Barrett, and Jones were all upper echelon starting QB's in the Big Ten.
Day and his staff appear to be after someone else to provide depth behind Fields, but Kentucky’s backup quarterback likely wouldn’t be able to save Ohio State’s national championship hopes. Nor would Miami (Ohio)’s backup, USC’s backup or Texas Tech’s backup or third-stringer. Ohio State could sniff around Gunnar Hoak, Alex Malzone, Matt Fink, McLane Carter, Colt Garrett and a host of others in the transfer portal who could provide depth, but potential season-savers willing to serve as backups aren’t in the portal in May.
Does nobody seem to understand that just because your starting QB goes out, doesn't necessarily mean he is gone forever. Sometimes you just need your backup to win a game or two (or less). 2012 Purdue, 2013 Cal, 2014 UM, 2015 Minnesota, 2017 UM are all examples. All those games would have been lost with a 2011 Nebraska performance.
Maybe growing up he dreamed of playing at Ohio State in the shoe. I have no idea. Agreed, if his goal is to start somewhere, it doesn't make sense.
Because it's Ohio State not Kentucky and he is from Dublin. Plus, since he is a graduate now, he absolutely can go wherever he wants. I'm not saying it is going to happen, but OSU has a lot of pull with local kids.