Cost is a major factor. In 2018 USA today had the average cost of a round of golf at a public course including a cart to be 36 dollars. The cost of golf today prevents most of people from regularly being able to play golf and that high cost can deter people from ever really getting into it besides maybe a drinking round with friends once a year.
DJ didn’t leave because he wanted to be the focus of the O when he likely would’ve been next season without Kaleb.
I know most of the story behind the scenes for the whole ordeal but won’t say it here out for respect of the kid and his privacy. But I’ll just say that it was likely best for him to move on. He also wasn’t pushed out of the program.
I presume they will remove July as a dead period if they don't extend the current dead period beyond June 30th.
Henderson not on the commits list. Everyone panic.
I just don't get the point of them testing and sequestering players so they don't get the virus, but to then keep them 6 feet apart from each other during the game. When all of them had been confirmed to not have the virus. Just do not really understand that at all. I know it is a precaution but just sounds insanely unrealistic.
I don't really know how you can call it development when both Watson and Lawrence started as true freshman so how much development can they really do in 8 months. Play calling or their use of them sure. But at QB recently Michigan has started Shea Patterson (transfer), John O Korn (transfer), Wilton Speight, Jake Ruddock (transfer). So they have completely missed recruiting wise that they have literally had to start a transfer quarterback most seasons.
Or it's recruiting. Kind of helps when you land Trevor Lawrence and Deshaun Watson. Clemson may have not up until recently recruited at a top 5 level but they have hit on the quarterback position.
We should see a lot more of it this year. I think we are gonna see Ruckert be used a lot this season.
Dre'mont Jones came in at like 260 lbs and that worked out well with him becoming a starter in his second season in Columbus. If anyone shouldn't be questioned as a coach it's coach Larry Johnson. Coach J will get them ready to play the position and Coach Mick will get their body ready.
I am really not concerned honestly. The season could be pushed back due to lack of practice time. But cancelled no. We are projected to peak at April 15 with cases in Ohio and be flattened out by Mid-May. Other leagues are already projecting to start in June. If this lasts that long at what point do you just say we have to get back to normal and if you go to a major event it is at "your own risk". I just feel you can't go on cancelling every major event for 9 months for this virus. The current quarantine rules and self distancing can't last for a long time maybe a month or two, but at some point we have to get back to normal. For that I project Mid-May/beginning of June.
AE said he had a crystal ball in for the guy he was referencing he doesn't have one in for Henderson as of yet.
Damon Arnette was unfairly criticized for his play over his career as a player here.
Many of those were sacks (31 were sacks) bring the total down to 106 and a ton were Justin scrambling on a broken play trying to make something out of nothing. Day severely limited the designed run play calls for Justin to run.
We manufactured a lot of touches for Paris such as end around tip passes from the quarterback, wide receiver screens, and other short routes that made it easier on him to catch the ball and then use his athleticism to make it into a bigger play. Michigan really didn't manufacture him touches that would get DPJ the ball in space as we did for Paris.
There have been a ton of players with bad hands that have dominated in college. Marquise Brown had horrible drops but put up insane numbers at Oklahoma. Sammy Watkins has horrible hands but dominated at Clemson. Paris Campbell did not have good hands but put up numbers here. They did not find ways to get the ball into his hands in ways the other more successful college football teams have for players in similar scenarios. It also would be helpful if they had competent quarterback play that could've made his life easier.
These agents won't let their prospect work out at the combine if they were hurt even a month before it. I have seen people sit out the combine for way less than an ankle injury. Especially a player such as JK who really doesn't need to do the drills since everything is on film.
I doubt he would run at the combine if he was still hurt.
I don't know if he will beat DPJ in the 40, it will be very close. Because DPJ is a freak athlete and the combine is a type of event that he will put on a show in 40, vertical and 3 cone. I always thought he was very misused by the TTUN.
Dobbins is gonna be way under 4.49, that is the easy money. He dies out in long runs in games but for the 40 acceleration is everything and that is where he succeeds. Also if you see this article from here in 2017 ( https://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-football/2017/08/84172/photos-2017-ohio-state-football-top-40-yard-dash-times-and-more ) , JK was timed at 4.32 in 2017. JK will end up around 4.42 if I had to guess it.
What a solid haul that would be for Coach Stud.
I would very much assume he would adapt considering he adapted offenses to three very different quarterbacks in his time on the staff.
I don't really agree, Garrett and Zach will be great but you can't expect these guys to replace all american level production immediately. I think we will rely much more on Fields to run it next season than we did this year to help make up some of the drop off between JK and Master.
It is more it just doesn't make much sense. We are pretty stacked at tight end next year with Farrell and Ruckert. Also, Cade never played tight end before in even high school where he was a running back. So it is just an interesting decision if it is true.
The yellow line was at least a yard off the entire game