Which was also his better position. Could make the argument if theyd needed help at WR but he played on the league as a CB.
Or that a guy is just such a great athlete that it's hard to keep him off the field and he has a desire to do both. He said he'll focus on defense first because he knows it's his best spot. Was Chris gamble used on offense and defense because they didn't have quality players at WR and CB? 2 sides to every coin
I like the sound of this. I think it would have been troubling if he ends up at Clemson this weekend rather than columbus, seeing as he hasnt been on campus all summer. A lot seem to think he's just playing the recruiting game and will definitely commit to ohio state. I'm not sold yet.
HP references will always get an upvote from me. :)
Take Alabama away from Saban and his record becomes 23-24. Take Ohio state away from Meyer and he's 20-10: exactly the same as David Shaw. Hmmm, makes you think for sure.
This is great advice. Find an activity you enjoy and set aside a time each week to do it. If you're feeling alone, talk to your therapist about group therapy or connect with friends when you can to stay busy. Just don't give the bad thoughts the time of day. You're on the road to recovery when you can share how you're feeling though. Keep going!
The Buckeyes yet again lost a ton of top talent and both corners, but I said as soon as he announced, hooker will probably be the most difficult to replace. There's a reason he's drawn Ed reed comparisons.
Runs with the speed of a pregnant penguin.
Had I been drinking something when I read that, it would've been all over my keyboard.
I wouldnt personally say guarantee because it takes a lot of factors to win a title but yes, the chances were significantly higher had he stuck around.
They won the title, returned almost all of their star power, and only lost probably the best OC in the country from 2014 to 2015. The talent was there, it was just a screwed qb situation and two guys calling plays who couldn't mesh together. Coulda shoulda woulda though this will be, if Tom Herman had still been coaching for osu, it's hard to imagine this team not winning the big ten at least that year.
All their backs are generally really good in college. Primarily because they carry it 30+ times a game much like bama. The NFL story seems to turn out different for them. We'll see if smart changes that aspect at UGA.
For my 2 cents, hocking hills area in the fall is gorgeous. Put In Bay is pretty nice in the summer months too, if you can get over all the dang bugs.
Anyone else agree the buckeye bandit is the most diehard scum fan out there? Willing to sacrifice prison time to try to slander osu fans by his actions. Crazy ingenuious. You know, besides the going to jail for multiple bank robberies part.
Satan's master plan. Let osu load on the commits early, tell all their guys that want in, "you'll get your spot just wait until January to make it public." Boom, uncommited shoot up the rankings and bama ends up #1 again.
Like I just said above, beating GS is ALL it's about. If you think PG for love helps you do that, you get it done any way possible.
The amazing thing about lebron is he can play all 5 positions. They don't exactly need a rim protector to beat golden state. You just need another player who can adequately guard Durant. PG provides that and can give you offense on his own. Let's not kid ourselves, every move for cle is about matching up with GS.
What do you consider "turning it around"? They're not winning the big ten next year and a tourney bid would be a huge surprise. But I expect them to be better than 11th in the conference and not get beat by Rutgers in the conf tourney. I'll stand by what I already said: 20 wins should be the goal and is attainable, barring injuries. I'd put the over/under at 17.5 personally.
And there are scum fans out there who believe Ohio state should be worried about how good a recruiter hairball is.
The only thing that will stop a healthy osu team from 20 wins this year is depth, imo. I mentioned this a lot to other osu fan last year. Osu had a TON of close games and lost almost all of them. To me, losing so many close games is on coaching. I think 20 wins is the aiming point for next year and attainable.
3 time captain. Top 5 heisman. First team Big Ten qb.
But yep, let's hurry him along so we can get to a qb who's actually good.
How many of Meyer's qbs have been truly great passers? You know what they've all been instead? WINNERS. I'll take a qb who does what it takes to win over being great at one particular skill at this level.
Maybe the next one will be equally good at winning AND being a great passer but just like Hyde before Zeke and Weber after, it shouldnt diminish how good he's been/is for Ohio State.
As Meyer himself says, qb is a product of those around him. Jt wasn't sharp at times last year but usually it coincided with the opposing team getting pressure home and WR not being able to separate, ie-penn state, msu, scum, Clemson.
Football is the ultimate team game and despite qb getting undeserving added praise for wins and undeserving added blame for losses, it takes everyone doing their jobs to be successful. JT isn't perfect but I'm appreciating what he's done and how good he is while he's here because it could certainly be much, much worse.
I agree with the cavaliers predictions. If cle wins game 5, all bets are off.
I also agree with the idea that osu basketball doesn't have to win conf and national titles to appease the masses. Just be competitive always and make a final four run every few years. Matta did that for 8-10 years. Now he wasn't, hence the change.
The U. They have a better recruiting class right now.
I don't think Lincoln Riley will be an interim coach. I think he's set as the heir to the program.
Schollies can be pulled away by a new coach coming in to make room for the guys he wants but as soon as a player wants to leave they have a limited list of options to choose from. Just doesn't make any sense.