Having him in during obvious running downs like 3rd and 1 or 2 is great because it gives another responsibility for the defense. I like the idea of making it rpo and giving him the option of throwing if he keeps it.
^ This! The line is playing without heart or guts. Hardly the slobs of our championship line. The defense completely lacks guts or heart. You look at the team's eyes in the 3rd quarter they looked like they had given up. All that talent and no heart is disgusting.
Finally! I was wondering when the offense was going to show up!
This gives me flashbacks to Bobby Petrino rallies. They were quite the bunch as well.
I can't like this enough!
I think we'll see him on future lists of biggest busts. It's too bad but he came in highly touted and didn't do much.
The offense has had problems. A glaring one being turnovers which has had a large up tick with Cardale at the helm. Not all his fault but still true. If they want Cardale to be their guy then they need to call plays that compliment his skill set. Otherwise put JT in because he is better at the read option and anticipating throws as a qb should do.
It doesn't matter who you are or what conference you're in. If you take care of your own business and win your games, you'll be fine.
Wasn't Kenny G a captain?
You beat me to it. My thoughts towards the end of last season we're that I hope he is Niguent 2.0
Yes! And Take the power 5 conference champions and some other criteria for the other 3 spots. Maybe a rotation of other conference champions like in other sports where the weaker 2 of 3 are rotated out for other conference champs from year to year. Also, take away 1 ooc game from the regular season so the it doesn't go to 16 games total.
| — and it'd take a stroke of Michigan stupidity for it not to — |
Wasn't the #1 v #2 2006 game at 3:30? That worked out fine! 3:30 all the way.
JT is the best overall QB, runs the offense most effectively. Braxton is the best athlete. Cardale is the best NFL QB. JT should start, Braxton should change positions, Cardale should get playing time. In any case, we need to be a run first team (EzE) to open up the pass instead of pass to open up the run.
You, sir, get my very first up vote.
Great write-up. The regular season should be 1 game shorter, make good or at least interesting matchups for the out of conference games, and use that extra game that got cut out to make an 8 team playoff. It only adds 1 round of games (0 net change... at least for playoff teams) and would generate a ton of $. Plus that out of conference turned playoff game could be a higher seed home playoff game.
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Alright Melvin Gordon... I mean T.J. Sheldon.... I just can't keep straight which running back is making excuses for the Buckeyes beating them.
My first game was the 2002 opener against TTech, then the 2005 season opener against Miami(OH). All the home games from 2006-2011 as an tOSU student except 2007 Illinois, 2009 Navy, and 2009 Minnesota. The away game against Toledo in Cleveland in The 2011 Sugar Bowl vs. Arkansas. And most recently the 2014 B1G Championship! So that's 46 I believe.
Top it with some Pace Pancake Syrup
I'm still salty that 2010 is a different color than the rest in the first graph.
I hope cfp committee puts us at 4 so we can keep being the under dog. It's been great so far!