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Comment 30 Apr 2020

BIG TEN — CAREER (4)

12,697 — Total offensive yards
104 — Touchdown passes
147 — Touchdowns responsible for
9 — Player of the week awards (tied)

BIG TEN — SEASON (1)

45 — Touchdowns responsible for

OHIO STATE — CAREER (16)

38 — Wins as starting quarterback
769 — Completions
1,211 — Attempts
63.5 — Completion percentage
104 — Touchdown passes
9,434 — Passing yards
188.7 — Passing yards per game
27 — 200-yard passing games
8 — 300-yard passing games
12,697 — Total offensive yards
253.9 — Average total offensive yards
147 — Touchdowns responsible for 
37 — Games gaining 200 yards total offense
20 — Games gaining 300 yards total offense 
2 — Games gaining 400 yards total offense 
3,263 — Rushing yards by a quarterback

OHIO STATE — SEASON (11)

240 — Completions (2017)
16 — Consecutive completions (Penn State, 2017)
35 — Touchdown passes (2017)
169.8 — Passing efficiency (2014)
3,851 — Total offense (2017)
314.3 — Average total offensive yards (2014)
47 — Touchdowns responsible for (2017)
12 — Games gaining 200 yards total offense (2017)
7 — Games gaining 300 yards total offense (2014)
1  — Games gaining 400 or more yards total offense (UC 2014; PSU 2017)
11 — Most wins by first-year starting QB

OHIO STATE — GAME (7)

33 — Completions
16 — Consecutive completions (PSU 2017)
6 — Touchdown passes (Kent State 2014; BGSU 2016)
423 — Total offense (Penn State 2017)
7 — Touchdowns responsible for (BGSU 2016)
189 — Rushing yards by a QB (Minnesota 2014)
86 — Longest rush by a QB (Minnesota 2014)

JT's records.

Maybe you should find a new whipping boy to blame all of those seasons on rather than try to comprehend OSU was 38-6 with him at QB and that there might be other reasons those teams didn't win the NC.

Comment 29 Apr 2020

Some of these arguments are pretty amusing.

The age limit (and it's not really an age limit it's 3 years from your HS graduation until you can be drafted) isn't going away anytime soon it's part of the CBA and would take both players and owners to agree to get rid of it...and that ain't happening. 

The idea of a starting OSU QB transferring for a better deal...ain't happening, the player would be risking his entire future on making a few dollars more for a year or two.

As far as a non starter transferring ....um it's already happening i.e. transfer portal.

I really like the argument that these players already get paid from the money they don't have to pay for their scholarship. The Wall Street Journal and some economists believe that a 5 star recruit can make about $500,000 dollars per year for the school he chooses. IMHO that is a lot more money than the University spends on room and board.....I don't believe adding him to a class costs the university the rest of the 500k and many wouldn't be attending College without the scholarship so it isn't a loss of revenue anyway.

The term amateur hasn't applied to college football and basketball for quite a while....things like TV money, boosters and shoe sponsored AAU events have pretty much seen to that.

The NCAA will need to find a way to make it work and they will...the better question is how do they police it.

Comment 29 Apr 2020

The NFL uses a weighted system to determine draft order in a supplemental draft once the order is determined they simply go down the order each round say if Cinn. has the first choice in rd1 of the supplemental draft and uses it to take player X they give up their 1st rd pick in  2021. They continue down the order offering each team a first round pick if nobody chooses they go to rd 2 and so on and so forth.If a team takes a pick they lose the corresponding rd pick of the next draft (2021).

Comment 27 Apr 2020

I don't know if he is a good person or not but a good teammate would have given up his cell phone in accordance with team rules the night before the State Championship game rather than get suspended and miss the game.

Comment 25 Apr 2020

So...... that was for 1 season his first 2 seasons he averaged 212.  With the Ravens he will start off as the #2 so less carries at least for the first year or two which leads to having a lot less mileage on him when his 2nd contract comes around. I am not sure why you want to argue my definition of a ton but the fact remains going to the Ravens should help him keep the wear and tear down on his body til his second contract is signed.

Comment 25 Apr 2020

JK 725 carries

Johnathon Taylor 926

Both in  3 yrs.

So in other words Taylor had close to 2/3's of a season worth of carries more than JK.

Anything over 250 carries per yr is quite a bit 300 is a "ton".

Comment 25 Apr 2020

It isn't actually too bad a deal for JK I wouldn't be surprised for him to be their RB2 this year and RB1 next. He didn't have a ton of carries at OSU and this will save him some this year....which may down the road (contract #2) make him some money.

Comment 17 Apr 2020

MJ had more than his share of enemies and although he and Kerr weren't really enemies he once punched Kerr in the face. 

You might want to read this it touches on why MJ was a jerk.

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/1943095-top-10-stories-of-michael-jordan-being-the-greatest-jerk-of-all-time

Comment 17 Apr 2020

The only diff between Pete Rose and MJ is the NBA needed MJ....MLB didn't need Pete so one gets to be a hero the other permanently banned.

Comment 13 Apr 2020

The Bengals may ask Miami for all those picks but it won't happen.

Here is the Draft Pick Value chart Johnson devised in 1999...most trades of draft picks come in  at pretty close to these values.

Round Pick Value Tm Year
1 1 3000 Cincinnati Bengals 2020
1 2 2600 Washington Redskins 2020
1 3 2200 Detroit Lions 2020
1 4 1800 New York Giants 2020
1 5 1700 Miami Dolphins 2020
1 6 1600 Los Angeles Chargers 2020
1 7 1500 Carolina Panthers 2020
1 8 1400 Arizona Cardinals 2020
1 9 1350 Jacksonville Jaguars 2020
1 10 1300 Cleveland Browns 2020
1 11 1250 New York Jets 2020
1 12 1200 Oakland Raiders 2020
1 13 1150 San Francisco 49ers 2020
1 14 1100 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2020
1 15 1050 Denver Broncos 2020
1 16 1000 Atlanta Falcons 2020
1 17 950 Dallas Cowboys 2020
1 18 900 Miami Dolphins 2020
1 19 875 Oakland Raiders 2020
1 20 850 Jacksonville Jaguars 2020
1 21 800 Philadelphia Eagles 2020
1 22 780 Minnesota Vikings 2020
1 23 760 New England Patriots 2020
1 24 740 New Orleans Saints 2020
1 25 720 Minnesota Vikings 2020
1 26 700 Miami Dolphins 2020
1 27 680 Seattle Seahawks 2020
1 28 660 Baltimore Ravens 2020
1 29 640 Tennessee Titans 2020
1 30 620 Green Bay Packers 2020
1 31 600 San Francisco 49ers 2020
1 32 590 Kansas City Chiefs.

The 3 Miami picks are worth 3300 vs the #1 pick at 3000 so imho Miami won't give up it's 3 first...let alone even more picks. 

Listen I hope Burrow is even better than Brady...but as of right now he is a prospect who does have some weaknesses in his game.

Comment 08 Apr 2020

Another Disney movie that plays fast an loose with the truth. Things like Haskins had started coaching there 4 yrs earlier doesn't matter much to them. They were several teams such as Cinn. who had started 4 black players but it is true they were the first to start 5 in the championship game but not to prove any point. Glory Road is much like Remember the Titans fun to watch but take it with a grain of salt.

Comment 03 Apr 2020

^^^This. With the 4 game redshirt rule both Miller and Stroud if healthy will get playing time and a chance to prove themselves.