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Comment 02 Jan 2017

Remind me why we didnt hire Lincoln Riley as OC? He was like Herman 2.0

Comment 02 Jan 2017

Crazy to see what an actual offense looks like. Why the hell dont we even try running any of this stuff USC is?

Comment 02 Jan 2017

You don't need to be a coach to do that. Keep Smith on heading up recruiting then. 

Comment 02 Jan 2017

Yeah this is what I dont get when people say someone is a great recruiter. That probably matters if you're the Wisconsins and Nebraska's of the world, but not OSU when you have Urban Meyer and a bunch of NFL players getting drafted early. 

Get a coach who is great at developing players and the recruits will come easily. 

Comment 02 Jan 2017

Probably will still be Smith because Urban is loyal to him because of Earle Bruce...

Let's just hope Urban doesnt become as mediocre as Earle. 

Comment 02 Jan 2017

No way. I think everyone deep down knew this years team didn't belong in the playoffs given how anemic our offense has been. 

2007 we beat TX and MI and looked unstoppable. 

Comment 02 Jan 2017

I bet Saban wasn't pleased with his prep for the game. He looked pissed off on the sideline all game against Washington when he was talking to Kiffin. Kiffin's problem always was not running the ball enough. Bama would have beaten us in the playoffs 2 years ago if Kiffin kept calling runs for Henry. 

Wish Urban has the same killer mentality that Saban has and got rid of inept people when he knew they were hurting the team. 

Comment 01 Jan 2017

This is actually only the 2nd time the browns have had the 1st pick since their return. Part of their problem has been that they've been a perpetual 5-11 team most seasons and have missed the top picks in drafts where they could have had Luck, Winston, or Mariota. They've never bottomed out enough. It's too bad they picked this year to do a proper rebuild since there isnt a good QB to take 1st and as good as Garrett is, he won't add any wins to the team for the foreseeable future.