The Powell police filed an incident report; no one was convicted of anything, because no charges/indictment was ever brought. This was simply a he said, she said incident. It would never have shown up on Coach Meyer's radar screen.
This is a significant loss for Ohio State Football. This young man saw the field, and distributed the ball to the open-receiver, better than either of his two competitors. That being said, we should all wish him well, no matter for what university he eventually plays.
After this rules change, a returned kickoff will be as rare as hen's teeth.
Distressed? I'm not distressed, I'm overjoyed that J. T. Barrett will be returning next year. He is the leader, and the rock upon which a championship (Big Ten and National) team will be built. Thank you J.T.!
I'm sure the coaching staff has their reasons for throwing a wet blanket on Todd Sibley's recruitment, but this kid seems like a great kid, the kind you really want to have on your football team. No matter what Sibley decides, he will do great. I just hope those great things occur at the Ohio State University.
How about those leather helmets, sans face masks?
I am absolutely shocked that Pitino still has his job. Does anyone really believe that Pitino didn't know that one of his staff was organizing and running a house of ill-repute, in one the university dorms no less. Even if Pitino was clueless, which stretches credulity to its very limits, this doesn't in anyway absolve him from responsibility. If Pitino doesn't go, then the whole world will know how complete a fraud the NCAA really is, and the University of Louisville will stand exposed as an institution of higher learning in name only.
This is very unfortunate news. A good defense starts up front; and depth is extremely important. We simply aren't going to have the depth that the defensive front will need.
To quote Coach Urban Meyer, "The Future is Bright."
I wish Donnie Corley all the best up in East Lansing, except when he plays against the Buckeyes. Personally, I believe we already have the best wide receiver in the country in Austin Mack.
Just a wonderful team, and a wonderful moment.
Ditto Chicago Buckeye on the future of Tim Beck. I think Sparty rolls over Iowa in the Big Ten Championship, and since they'll get no respect going into the playoffs, that chip on their shoulder that Coach Dantonio so loves, will probably lead them to a National Championship.
Ultimately, the team became the victims of their own success. They've won for so long, had so much success, and received so many accolades, that they had forgotten what it is like to lose, and how hard it is to win. In short, both players and coaches had grown complacent. The Spartans on the otherhand, burned with the fire of the underdog, hungry to earn respect and to payback the Buckeyes for what happened last year at East Lansing. Between now and this coming Saturday, the Bucks need to look within themselves and rediscover the team that took the field against the Wisconsin Badgers just less than one year ago.
This is an indictment of what the NFL has become under its current leadership. It's sad, petty, and pathetic.
Wait, as I remember Coach Hayes wore black slacks, black shoes, and a black hat with the scarlet block "O". So maybe this is more retro than revolutionary.
Chancellor Blank wake-up, it's 2015. I think the good Chancellor maybe suffering from "coach envy".
I sure hope this will have a positive impact on recruiting (which I sincerely doubt), but it isn't scarlet and gray, and its not consistent with the traditions of Ohio State Football. It's just falling into line with the other lemmings.
One clear problem has been failure to properly execute the plays that are called, but I suspect another part of the problem is the natural growing pains associated with a reshuffled offensive coaching staff. I have faith that those problems will be resolved with the continued guidance of the head coach.
These are tough decisions that these young men are making, and it's only natural to have doubts. Bruce and his family should make sure that they are doing what is right for him. As an Ohio State alum, I wish him all the best.
Beware the Hoosiers! They are 4-0, are playing at home, have a very solid running game, and have been exhibiting an improved defense. Remember the words of Admiral Akbar, "It's a trap!"
The Bronco's offensive lineman, were upon occasion, able to get to the second level of our defense. It is the responsibility of the defensive lineman to keep offensive lineman off our linebackers; a job that was not always successfully performed in this most recent game. On those occasions, the linebackers were often unable to shed their blockers, leading to big gains by the Bronco running backs. I don't know how many tackles our safeties made on running plays, but I remember having seen more than a few.
Wow, so the Ducks are still raw and sore after seven months.
Like a moth drawn to a flame, Buck-I-Guy is always fluttering around a camera. It's not about the Buckeyes, it's all about this Guy.
You've just got to hope the young man gets his life together, so that he can take advantage of the opportunity to obtain a quality education. Here's wishing Marcelys all the best.
Either Gibson gets on the field in a meaningful way this season, or he gets the redshirt. The only way he gets on the field, while the outcome of games are still in doubt, is at wide receiver. The queue forming for the position of quaterback is simply too deep, talented, and experienced this year.