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Comment 06 Mar 2019
I think this stems from a single event on a hot September night in 2005 when Ryan Hamby dropped a wide open touchdown pass to seal an Ohio State win vs Vince Young and eventual national champion Texas Longhorns. I was sitting in that corner of the endzone in AA with all my college friends, and will never, ever, forget that moment. Tight ends just couldn't be trusted any more, from that moment.
Comment 04 Mar 2019
The intent is to have players more designed for their defensive role on the field. On 1st down, you'll probably have 3 LBs especially vs a team like Michigan. A team like Purdue that spreads it wide, you'd combat with a leaner, quicker hybrid that can more effectively defend the bubble, outside runs, slant/read option, etc.
Comment 03 Jan 2019
The main reason for the below par defense the year was all the early entrants from the past few years. It's very difficult to constantly reload. It looks like we should be solid at all three levels next year on defense.
Comment 24 Sep 2018
There's more to the zone read than a hand off or QB keep. It's also got a backside pass option.
Comment 08 Sep 2018
I think Chase and Larry Johnson were a little upset at the lack of holding calls vs Rutgers. They showed Chase yelling on to the field before the second unsportsmanlike penalty at what I think were the refs. I agree he was singled out, no doubt about it. How do the refs know he wasn't coming in for the offensive series? You never see that call. If anything, call a sideline warning.
Comment 19 Aug 2018
Very interesting that this number wasn't popular in the early days of our program. Lots of superstitious guys over the years!