Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
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|20 weeks 5 days ago||Any time we get the ball||
Any time we get the ball inside our five yard line, put in ten back ups (Miller, Bars, Braden, Pliska, Mateus, Gunderson, Bryant, Mitropoulos-Rundus, Godin, Paskorz) on the OL. Have this OL false start and block hundreds of times in a row. The OSU defensive line gets tired, then we put in our starting OL to run our offense against a worn out OSU DL or a scrub DL.
So what if the ball ends up somewhere around our own one picometer line. It is still first down, OSU's DL is ready for pancaking. Maybe the whole thing is illegal. I don't know.
Any time OSU has a first down inside our five yard line, put 50 defenders out there with super press (tackle the receiver) coverage. Hit their players every play. We get penalties every play. OSU has great difficulty scoring touchdowns. Eventually their offense gets discombobulated or worn out.
The NCAA will ban our tactics next year. OSU will be furious. Big deal. That's just out smarting the opponent. And just desert for all their dirty garbage over the years (such as the drug dogs searching our team.).
|41 weeks 2 days ago||Liesman, Austin, and others||
Liesman, Austin, and others are from the HS class of 2012. They have been on the team for many months. Wangler and company are from 2013. They will not be listed until August. I think last years preferred walk-ons--Jocz, Dever, Lawson and others--were not listed until August, perhaps in case they have a change their mind about football or get a better offer from someplace else before camp starts (since they have not signed a letter of intent). Graham Glasgow was going to be a preferred walk-on at OSU, then flipped to us in May or June.
|1 year 13 weeks ago||Steve Sharik and G. Simmons.||
Steve Sharik and G. Simmons.
|1 year 20 weeks ago||Just shocked to see a||
Just shocked to see a journalist spreading small, unrepresentative sample fallacies.
|1 year 20 weeks ago||Gallon mostly plays split||
Gallon mostly plays split end. Dileo is a slot. Chesson and York will probably be flankers. Reynolds is ahead of J. Robinson and Jackson on the depth chart.
Hopkins will be third string next year.
Bosch is not a left tackle. Pipkins will not play 3-tech. All the redshirt freshmen NTs will be ahead of Ash, including R. Glasgow.
Black may only play SDE on passing downs because his decision making at end is poor. Strobel and Heitzman will be ahead of Brink in the event Brink returns.
Ross will start. RJS does not want to play SAM.
Conley is gone. God help us if Furman and M. Robinson get significant minutes at safety.
|1 year 28 weeks ago||Roughly 31 among the top 100||
Roughly 31 among the top 100 list Michigan as a school of interest--much better than a few years ago.
|1 year 32 weeks ago||Good academic schools||
Air force, Navy, Army, Virginia, Cal, BC, Vanderbilt, Duke, Stanford, but not Texas unless we play them in December. And forget ND. We gain nothing from playing them.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||It is a more than a little||
It is a more than a little premature to call Black a bust. Multiple practice watchers this spring said Black was our best interior defensive lineman. Campbell at 3-tech is mostly a rest rotational and bulk situational thing. No one else on defense has the size and quickness to adequately rotate with Black. Black is better at 3-tech than end because Black misses fewer assignments at 3-tech than he does at end.
|3 years 29 weeks ago||Sounds like you are a coach.||
Sounds like you are a coach. Please post more often.
|3 years 30 weeks ago||Great stuff||
Rich Rod should go for it more. Screw the mass media.
Mass media reeks. If you do the logical thing (going for it), but it sometimes fails, the talking heads crucify you. If you do the risk averse, conventional unwisdom thing (kicking), and it consistently fails, the media care little.
But at the end of the year, fans care about total wins and losses. Going for it produces more wins. The in season controversies are largely forgotten. Hardly anyone remembers the coaching decisions made during last year's Indiana game or any other individual game. But they do remember five wins and seven losses.
|3 years 30 weeks ago||Shotgun snaps have been||
Shotgun snaps have been excellent all three games.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||Good points about the||
Good points about the expected values of Kelly's last play of the half decision. Rich Rod, God bless his ability to develop quarterbacks, should be the one under scrutiny for some of those fourth down kicks.
We knew going in that our defense and kicking game stink. There were at least three or four fourth downs where the expected values dictated we should have gone for it.
|3 years 32 weeks ago||I cheered for OSU in||
I cheered for OSU in non-conference games when I was a child. Then I went to a UM-OSU game and saw how OSU fans behaved. Never again.
Conference pride is BS. People in the South say the Big Ten sucks, no matter how many non-conference games the Big Ten wins.
|3 years 32 weeks ago||OSU wins again. That's the||
OSU wins again. That's the problem with breaking up based on past performance. The team with the best performance gets the easiest in division schedule because they don't have to play themselves.
Before long we will have six rivalry games: Iowa, OSU, MSU, ND, Minn, Neb. Our players will be even more beaten up and burned out.
And our bean counter AD will not blame himself. This is not how you turn around a struggling program.
|3 years 33 weeks ago||"Why isn't Ezeh starting?||
"Why isn't Ezeh starting? He's a first day NFL pick."
"Kovacs was a freshman all-American. He'll be all-big ten this year."
|3 years 34 weeks ago||The Stanley twins come from||
The Stanley twins come from an outstanding family. They have excellent grades. The Coach Frey family, religious group on the OL helps. (The twin's father is a ND fan, however.)
|3 years 35 weeks ago||Fitz is higher up, etc.||
|4 years 42 weeks ago||Top ten||
Based on last year and reports this spring, the top 10 players are (in not exact order):