Never would have guessed he was 230 - my opinion was admittedly formed based on his look and my subjective, relatively uninformed opinion that he seemed a bit too moveable at the point of attack on runs. Could totally be scheme or mental rather than strength or mass.
He seemed to me to be the fastest linebacker on the field, and made some great plays in coverage. He was out of position on a few big plays, but so did the rest of the linebackers. The only reservation I have with Werner is he seems to me to be more like a safety playing linebacker, but if he bulks up and takes to coaching that could be an asset in today's game.
Just like the legal system for the rest of us - depends on how much money you can spend on a lawyer.
Recency bias? I smell glory days bias.
two-time NCAA wrestling champ and Buckeye Kevin Randleman
Not to mention UFC Heavyweight Champion Kevin Randleman!
If [Hafley] can do that in three weeks, imagine what he could do with me in three years.
I like this kid's swagger! I hope he proves himself right and continues the line of first round OSU DBs.
As a Buckeye fan in Phoenix and an ASU alum this is my vote as well. There are more Buckeye stickers than Sun Devil stickers on cars down here as well. Would love to see Sun Devil stadium filled with Scarlet & Grey for a "home" game!
I'm so happy we have a great man for a coach.
Headline says "Dwanye". Is this the new Cardale/Cordale?
Every time I read the Film Study I think, "How do I give helmet stickers to an article?" Thanks as always, Kyle; wonderful read.
Will tight ends finally be more utilized?
Must be offseason...
You said that if we allow A to happen, then Z will eventually happen too, therefore A should not happen.
The problem with this reasoning is that it avoids engaging with the issue at hand, and instead shifts attention to extreme hypotheticals.
If I wasn't confident it would absolutely ruin his life, I'd be begging for my Cincinnati Bengals to take him. But he's done nothing to deserve that.
I feel exactly the same about my Arizona Cardinals. Would love to get a red Bosa or Haskins jersey next year... but I'd hate for any Buckeye to have to try to make it on this dysfunctional team.
Oh God it's only March and we're here. I'm never going to make it to September.
Dear Mr. Nazrallah,
Between this article and today's Skull Session, you'll see a growing number of complaints regarding "proofreading". As an experienced reader of articles and accomplished pedantic, I have the skills that your commentariat are clearly clamoring for. I'm willing to accept the position of Sr. Director of Proofreading in return for 1 mid-to-high tier bourbon delivered directly to my residence on the first Friday of each month.
I will expect the offer sheet in reply to this comment.
P.S. My wife favors a Manhattan cocktail, so please keep this in mind when selecting bourbons for payment.
What stuns me is it's free AND good! Here I am complaining about the complainers though, so what does that make me?
Oh well, I'm starting saving up for 12th Warrior access and I can carry my complaints to the Platinum Lounge!
meeting and exceeding expectations. You know those words! You hear them right before learning of your 1.8% merit increase.
I come here to avoid work not to be reminded of the crushing reality of the decreasing value of my salary :(
What's with all the nitpicking in this comment section? I've been known to point out a typo or misused idiom from time to time too, but there is a lot of plain old complaining here, and it's not as if this is new or unique to skull sessions or even eleven warriors.
On top of that, I want to voice my appreciation for the level of interaction we get with the writers here. Not common to get a response from the writer on your whining post, but it does help keep the feel of a close-knit community site even though it's now so big.
Maybe I'm extra-sensitive to this right now because I just started writing for my job recently and it is HARD AS HELL. A daily post of this length especially in the offseason has been put in a new light for me, and I'm super happy to be able to read this every morning.
I'm honestly a bit worried we'll have a similar problem again regarding too many cooks. Still using terms like "passing-game coordinator", "running game coordinator", "front 7 co-dc" "back 4 co-dc". I'm overall optimistic because everyone sounds confident and purposed in interviews, but I have concerns with all the "co-" tags. Similar to 2017/2018 depth chart problems...
Thanks for this comment. I was sitting here operating under the belief that the retraction was real and the original was fake... a good reminder to just constantly maintain skepticism, doubly so when it comes to young adults and relationship problems.
I was excited to see Arizona has a team and was thinking it might be a fun family activity with the 3 kids. But the cheapest tickets are $20/seat and anywhere near midfield is $125/seat. I just can't drop $100 on tickets alone before snacks and drinks for one afternoon. Oh well. I hope the production quality is good and the game is fun to watch so we can enjoy football a little longer before the interminable offseason.
Can I change my answer to yesterday's poll?
Sounds like another good reason to replace Stud
That one from Jim Tressel is the Best Tweet Ever. #QuietTime