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MEMBER SINCE   September 26, 2017

Life long Buckeye fan.

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Comment 11 Sep 2019

I couldn't have said it any better myself. We knew going into this year that the coaches were going to make the defense adaptable to the type of offense they are playing against. Something last years coaches would not do and the results showed. We have seen the results so far this year and it has worked. When we play spread offenses we will see more of White than Werner, this is what the coaches have said all along. This isn't last years team or coaching staff so why are we acting like it is? 

Comment 18 Feb 2019

As Hafley pointed out to the coaches in attendance at the clinic, he prefers this call at the college level due to the wider hash marks. Given that the vast majority of teams align their three-receiver looks to the wide side of the field, Hafley is willing to bet a college QB isn't capable of making an accurate downfield throw from the opposite hash should the #1 receiver beat the corner one-on-one.

I'd tend to agree with him with the current QB's in the B1G, there isn't a whole lot of NFL arm strength, other then Fields, who I'd bet could make that throw. Haskins made that throw a couple times last year which was impressive. Outside of the B1G I would say Lawrence and Tua are guys that could do it but I'm not sure if there is anyone else. 

Comment 14 Feb 2019

I'm really looking forward to seeing Master Teague on the field more. I think Dobbins is the main guy but Teague is a power runner that can pound through defenses. 

Comment 11 Jan 2019

Fields’ attorney Tom Mars – who also represented Patterson in his waiver request last year – told ESPN’s Dan Murphy that there is more to the situation than meets the eye.

"Nobody who's on social media would have a problem with Justin getting a waiver if they knew the whole story," Mars told Murphy.

I figured there was more to the story. It will be interesting to see if we hear about this or if Georgia keeps this from being released to the public.