Loading up on OTs. Any concern that our staff is expecting a flip from a certain OT commit of our own ?
Realize that your highlight video shows your best stuff, but this kid was dropping dimes. Don't be surprised if he puts himself into the back-up role before it's all said and done. I see a scholarship for him after year one.
Whoa,........let's not get carried away Kyson, lol.
Don't you think that's kinda harsh? Can we move Baldwin up to maybe a pair of socks?
If you're going to offer this QB tyke, why not offer his primary receiver(#2) as well . That kid looks pretty polished. Great hands!
Certainly alot of division on this site regarding this young man's bravado. I'm usually the last person to react positively to that style, but I'm thinking if it was me, I would be a little tired of everyone assuming I'm done if Fields does transfer here. Could he tone it down a bit? Sure. But he's been continually asked about the situation and it seems he's a bit frustrated by the whole ordeal. No doubt he's worked hard and probably doesn't feel his efforts and patience are being properly respected. I don't see any insecurity in his comments and will be anxious to see if he can "walk the walk". As others have said, just my two cents. Go Bucks.
Back up the Brinks truck and reward the expertise and loyalty!
Would love to pick up Fields, but he better be ready to spend at least one year learning the system. Probably two.
Absolutely my favorite tweet of 2018. Cryptic (ala Michael Thomas), yet showing confidence, no matter the target. I believe this was the plan. Leave 'em guessing. Classic.
As with Urban, I trust in Coach Day.
Will Coach Day still remain in charge of play-calling or turn over the reins over
to his OC? Will that OC be Kevin Wilson? So many questions.
This was expected, though not this soon, I'm sure. There will be more, but would have been a dick move to announce the retirement AFTER the early signing period. More concerned with a knee-jerk reaction from someone in this year's class. Tough day, but we weren't keeping Urban forever.
Keeping top-flight coaches in the BIG is huge. Beating us,.........not so much.
Last I heard, it will be Sunday.
Their "historic" offense is numbers put up against the "historically" worst defenses in the country. And who's got the #2 offense in the country in a conference that boasts the country's #1 defense? (Yeah, their defense appears over-rated, but I would say the same in regards to the Sooner offense)
Assumed this is where we would land and initially thought that wins next week by both us and the Sooners would simply move both teams up one spot each. (assuming an Alabama win). But after some thought, I tend to agree with Tuba. I think it is possible, maybe not probable, that there is an argument the committee could use to jump us over them. THIS: Is this the Ohio State team that we've finally become (and were expected to be) or just another upturn in our roller coaster season. In any case,...beat Northwestern and don't lose too much sleep over something beyond our control. GO BUCKS!
Correct. 15 Penalties for 150 yards.
Back end of the defense was the weak link yesterday. To their credit though, officiating crew was not going to let them play. This was evident in other areas as well. The facemask call on Cooper was at best, highly questionable.
Anyone notice where the linebackers lined up more often than not? Gave them time to read and react. Hope this is the defensive design going forward.
Love it. More disrespect the better for Saturday's game.
I believe the "proper" term would be a single set back formation with the back lined up directly behind the quarterback, not to the weak or strong side next to the quarterback. Just don't understand our preferred formation if we run read-option type plays where the quarterback almost never keeps.
Not a traditional "I" with a fullback. Strictly lining up the back directly behind the quarterback. Gives the back more time and options when looking for a hole. We no longer run the q-back and are go-to formation seems out of sync with a more pass oriented attack. But what do I know.
Tate Martell: 23 of 28 completions on the year. Not sure some are giving his arm the benefit of the doubt. I think this is a no-brainer.
Would like to see more "I" formations with our pass-friendly offense. Biggest concern is this,.....you HAVE to run the ball in November. Better competition and cold weather dictate this. O-line will need to get better and should over the course of the year.
ABSOLUTELY the best play by a wide receiver all game. This aspect of a wide receiver's skill set has always been of great importance with an Urban Meyer coached team. Think some might be surprised with what McLaurin does at the next level.