That to me is quite a negative take. I believe we should give Day a chance before saying that. You can have a run game and have a pro passer. Your scheme just needs to take it into account. We did not play well on the O-line last year for run blocking, therefore, we struggled to run the ball.
I agree, Dinich doesn't know shit, but if it is good things about The Ohio State, I will take it, lol!
Litterally just finished this read. I love how we all came together and did what we did. I really do wonder why Anderson left Wiscy the way he did, made no sense. Hope we do the same thing again this weekend!! Go Bucks!!
He definitely has speed. He is a freak of an athlete and will be awesome for the next two years. He is a three and done player for sure!
Same issue and I am on android. I try to close the ad and it gives a report ad instead...
Thanks guys for the response! I am definitely not for punishing kids for their decisions either, and these are big decisions. I was just going off of what others had said about how he kicked us to the curb and such. If the coaches want him and he wants to be a Buckeye, then awesome!
Really enjoy seeing Teague run hard. He doesn't just run hard, he runs with purpose and isn't slowed by attempts to "arm tackle" him. Another note, Dobbins, while ran hard, did have an "almost" fumble. I hope he isn't losing focus to try and hit home runs and not thinking about ball security. I am excited to see how we perform against a spread offense that Indiana will provide. The side line to side line speed we are seeing now will have to be on full display this week to prevent the big plays.
So, using your logic, CCG losers shouldn't be in the College Football playoff, how does UGA make it?
I agree that there should not be a CCG loser in the playoff, but I think we need to espand to 8 to allow teams that could win, in. I think it should be the 5 power conference CCG winners with 3 at large bids (yes, this could allow those CCG losers in, but it also allows those teams like UCF and others a chance that is currently not possible). We eliminate one OOC game and make each division play 8 in conference games. I think this is the best of both worlds as going any more than 8 would water it down... Just my opinion.
There is no bias. Ohio State is the better team, on paper and on the field. They have proven it time and again over the last two decades. It could also be stated the same way for the time before that michigan was the better team as they were kicking the shit out of us. The results on the field are what matter. If you are in the position that one play caused you to lose, your team did not do enough to win, as there would have been at least 40 other plays (for either offense or defense) to score or stop a score. Teams that are good can withstand a dropped punt or a "close call" on a 4th down conversion. We didn't need to say we were lucky to beat Penn State last year. We fell behind and played harder than them to win the game. Also, I didn't down vote you!
All these what "ifs"... Seriously, every game is played so that there are no what ifs and could have happened. Urban coached and won all of those games, and while Day hasn't proven anything as a head coach yet (I think he'll be great!) He is the best set up coach to be successful in his first year, very similar to Lincoln Riley (we see how they've done since). Not saying this guy isn't correct, but he is also everything michigan, so of course he has high hopes we falter so that they can be mildly successful again...