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Woodylegend


MEMBER SINCE   November 01, 2018

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Comment 14 Jan 2019
NO SIGN OF SNEAD Another player who was not spotted on the field during Thursday’s practice was freshman running back Brian Snead, which came as less of a surprise. Snead has been suspended since the first two games of the season for an undisclosed violation of team rules, and it appears that he did not make the trip to the Rose Bowl with the rest of the Buckeyes. With Snead absent, the Buckeyes’ roster of running backs at Thursday’s practice consisted of J.K. Dobbins, Mike Weber, Master Teague, Demario McCall and Robert Cope, with McCall also taking some reps at H-back and Cope wearing a purple No. 9 jersey, indicating that he is simulating Washington’s Myles Gaskin on the scout team in practice. (Correction: This story previously misidentified Cope as fellow walk-on Amari McMahon.)
Comment 13 Jan 2019
I still dont know if I would take him high and build a team around him no matter his size. The whole style of play has absolutely never proved itself. Yes Mike Vick (and I cant stand him either) was good he never took any team to the next level. Drew Brees and Russell Wilson are pro style pocket QBs that can move around. These guys that we are chatting about are mostly run. Things break down they just take off. That's just my opinion...and you all know the saying about opinions
Comment 13 Jan 2019
I'm not saying anything about his size. I'm just saying that style QB in general. Running style QB. Will never happen. Look at Lamar Jackson. He has size and I personally dont think he will last more than 3 or 4 years
Comment 13 Jan 2019
I just dont get these NFL GMs. This style of QB has never worked at that level and probly never will unless the NFL adapts the college game even more. (Its definitely being adapted) Look at the track record, Vick, RGIII, Tebow, Pryor and on and on. Yes they may have a good year or two but end up never being heard of again. But to draft them top 10 and say your going to build your franchise around them will never happen. Never. Watch...Lamar Jackson will be unheard of in less than 5 years. And the Ravens are putting all their chips on him.
Comment 13 Jan 2019
I agree bucknut. Yes I think he would get drafted. Maybe second or third round. But this talk from kingsbury about taking hom at 1 is absurd. They just drafted Rosen, who in my opinion has way more upside than Murray
Comment 13 Jan 2019
I will be very happy with 1 out of the next 2. Its very hard to go back to back and few teams have ever done it. Nobody has in the playoff era. Even Alabama or Clemson couldnt do it. Win 1 of the next 2 and dont let Alabama or Clemson win the other one and we are tied with them both at 2. That would make me beyond happy. Go Bucks
Comment 12 Jan 2019
I like this. And I'm a cowboys fan. But I will pull for the giants. I'm more of a buckeye NFL fan anyhow. I just really want to see him succeed in the league. Hes been nothing but class in columbus. Even getting snubbed on the Heisman, he handled it with class. He came out and said he wouldnt mind sitting behind Eli, and also he was winning a superbowl. Keep that confidence young man...you'll go far.
Comment 10 Jan 2019

If your going to come to a big school and put yourself on that stage then you better be prepared to handle it. I totally understand he has given time to tOSU, but that is it. Time. And to come out and declare himself "Elite" after not starting a single game. And didnt really prove much when he did come in besides 1 TD throw. To "guarantee" he would be starter. To "Not care to ever meet the man" in Justin Fields. Not a good look to be running off at the mouth that way, college kid or not. And if your calling this ridiculing.....Whats all the talk from you about Tuff? I know hes slow but you came out and "ridiculed" him for it.