An O-Line that can walk out and maul every D-Line will provide running lanes RBs will exploit
(please see above)
the Bungles will do what they do, and what they have done speaks volumes. Joe Burrow, the smart talented QB so stated above, may read from the Book of Eli.
yes, please oh please, get these youngsters driving to the rim, with a chin on the rim 'look', and then show us their athleticism by dishing the ball out (around the defender) or using the rim to thwart the defender's block attempt.
well, winning when you have your fans to boost your resolve is always handy
its the college game
that’s the kind of great effort we need from you, keep it up!
then it is apparent to me that Kyle’s approach to the game needs to have more practitioners
save for those recovering from injury, the rest need to understand the change they each need to make is
“be like Kyle”
Biggest concern = too many of my friends come over and drink everything in sight
Biggest confidence = I'm smarter than them, and have several top bourbons hidden away
without hesitation -- dat boy needs to learn defeat from a superior force
+1^ for mentioning 'doing what we do' (patience) over 'panic'
maybe, just maybe the "Point of the Spear" middle of our O-Line will handle business and make their D players collectively feel a little 'pain' in the piles.
well, since Tur Borland will be coming on blitzes through gaps his D Freight Train brothers will be making, I guess Dabo and Venables will need to scheme around Arnette and Wade head-hunting over the middle for those crossing receivers, amirite?
rest assured THIS Buckeyes squad and coaching staff are nearly 100% "in the present."
They may have referenced the lack of wins against Saturday's school's football program, but know those Buckeyes back then are NOT these Buckeyes today..
raise your hand if you think, nay believe, Coach Day is as good a Situational Leader phenom as his mentor
by the Buckeyes
and don’t discount a wounded Okie team
what he said, Just In (case).
"Alex, I'll take the latter for $200."
the blunt two-word statement read like a Vegas line-setter trolling for betting action
Coach Day told us why we saw Justin not have a sharp first half
The Buckeyes coaching staff will prepare their players properly, put them in a position to be successful. Then it’s up to the players to show discipline and execute their game plan
or grabbing at Buckeye player’s ball sacks?
I can see our D-Line getting some history lessons in the coming weeks from those who have played against Clemson, played as an underdog, and/or delivered the plays on the field when it mattered the most. I say the defense may have an opportunity early to treat Trevor Lawrence like Miami's Dorsey and bend him like Gumby