I think we'll be facing quite a few young QBs which bodes well for this unit. I predict 12 total interceptions by our DBs.
I like the shift to bringing in true receivers who can come in a contribute without having to learn the position for 3 seasons. But it still helps to have a couple guys who take the top off.
Boom! Love keeping the local guys home, welcome Ty.
Not sweating this one at all given that we have Master Teague and Mr. Crowley ready to step in. Those guys are for real.
I have so much respect for Justin. He wasn't given enough opportunities on the field last year, and now this achilles thing. Resiliency is absolutely needed in today's working world, so you are proving to future employers that you never quit.
In my years of visiting family in Cincinnati, i've observed the Cincinnati media doesn't give a lick of attention to Ohio State. On Sunday mornings after football games, you'd barely find a mention of the Buckeyes in the newspaper or on local sports, like they didn't even want to acknowledge we exist. Weird. Maybe things have changed.
The young men who choose to come to Ohio State understand the big picture. I give them all the credit in the world for having the foresight to think about being prepared for after football. And thank you Ryan Stamper and the rest of the folks involved in running these programs.
I think it was his weird way to tell his down home 'bama natives that he is trying to be humble in his home state, or gain a little sympathy with him that he is not well liked in his home state. Boo freakin hoo, dude.
Would like to see FOX sports and the BIG network develop some teeth and look into these issues. They certainly have the funds to back an investigative journalist team.
Aaron Craft international is awesome. Would love to watch him guard Steph Curry in a series.
A video with sizzle and substance. Says a lot about the young man. Welcome Julian!
I haven't watched him enough to understand why he hasn't stuck with a team. Is it performance/skill based (not getting separation and making completions)? Or effort based (lack of consistency, not going 100% on designated run plays)? Or is it an attitude or locker room issue?
TP, and Braxton, need to figure out what is holding them back. They have the athletic ability to be on the field making plays but that window is closing.
Thanks for mentioning the Men's Golf team. I'd ask for you to throw up some prayers for former Buckeye coach and current Oklahoma State assistant, Donnie Darr, who is battling cancer. Donnie has a lot of loved ones and friends in Ohio, especially his hometown of Coshocton.
Class pride is a thing. At least it should be if you've been named the best recruiting class in Buckeye history. Time to answer that bell.
No one is guaranteed a second chance. Go after this with everything you have!
Or smell his trophy...
4,000 yards and 44 TDs seem like pretty darn good numbers for 2 seasons of Ohio high school football. Surprised he didn't have bigger programs offer, but very thankful Gunnar is here now. Bring it G.
Kirby Smart has a knack for making some questionable coaching decisions. In this case, the smarter choice seems clear.
Oh to be a 16 year old with that kind of talent. Welcome Kyle!
Thrilling week for Gunnar. Congrats and glad you are home.
Sounds like a golden opportunity with no other receivers taken in the draft. Go Johnnie go.
I don't buy his awe shucks routine. He's as dirty as they come and makes me sick to see people like that get praised and rewarded for cheating.
The timing and coordination to do that dunk. Hope we have DJ for two years.