IF bowling green got better over night, it could be an Urban Meyer Playoff next year.... This year, OSU is in, Utah has a chance, and UF just on the outside....
That's only if they didn't watch the game and looked at the rankings and final score and nothing else. So yeah, it could happen.
Which makes a better article... how would a Buckeye football team with LeBron on it look like? Well, I think he still is eligible to play football now if he wanted.
Superstars were in every position including the 2 deep over the last few years, this year is no exception. What improvement I'm happy to see is that we weren't forcing touches/snap counts this year. It was hard to watch when coaches were calling plays for a specific player where everyone knew who was getting the ball. This year, it seems more plays flow from the reads and formations the defense gave our offense. We are taking what is available when we aren't designing plays to isolate a favorable situation. On defense, we are also playing packages to get people involved based on what the opposing offense uses. I get the putting the best 11 players on the field mentality. But this year seems to be getting the best 11 players for the situation.
Didn't we lose Micah Parsons recruiting bc of GameDay?
My thoughts about the Bullet position is that it wasn't utilized because the offenses we played didn't require it. Most teams haven't been able to consistently counter our base defense. What analysts keep saying is that the seems are vulnerable if attacked but our opponents haven't capitalize consistently. Im wondering if the Bullet defense will be the wrinkle that is the counter to future opponents gameplan to exploit that "weakness". A bait, if you will, like how our offense has plays that build off previous plays to bait opposing defenses to wrongly cheat on routes that aren't really there.
So did 2021 overall #1 Jack Sawyer drop to #2 or was he never #1 to begin with?
How can you rank Boise at #15??? especially with that win/loss record of "Idaho"!
I can't understand the rationale behind ND moving up in the polls when their "quality" loss UGA had a bad loss and a "quality" win UVA had a bad loss. Also, to be ranked above UGA by 2 spots?
Wasn't that the same thing they said when Cardale started his first game?