One more sleep, friends. You can do it.
Word of the day: Cull.
CONVERT INTO QBU. As those lists emerge in each season ranking the best NFL talent-training program in each position, no soul is in dispute that the State of Ohio even belongs to the discussion as a QBU. .
Before Dwayne Haskins in 2019, the State of Ohio had not produced a first-defense quartet since 1983, and the most successful former Buckeye winger in NFL history is currently a free agent.
But Ryan Day is in a hurry to change that perception.
Tressel, Ohio State head coach from 2001 to 2010. “Ryan designed less time for the midfielder to run than Urban could possibly have”;, “Urban liked a quarter-back run and has had a lot of success. There are plenty of ways to get there. Done, but when you have someone who can throw it like Fields can or Burrow or Haskins, you just need them to throw it away, not run it. ”
Haskins’ success in 2018 changed the position of midfield of the State of Ohio. “That’s when the midfielders, they almost call us,” Meyer said. Pantoni found that the midfielders and their parents prospects became less concerned about the risk of injury posed by the Ohio State offense.
Day’s impact shifted to recruiting, as the State of Ohio added CJ Stroud, ESPN’s No. 2 passerby in 2020 and Jack Miller, ESPN’s # 16 passer.
The most important eyes on Haskins belonging to an Ohio State defender are not guaranteed through recruitment. Fields was the nation’s No. 1 player in 2018 when he signed for Georgia. But after a disappointing freshman season, Fields chose to switch schools and choose Ohio State.
During his first press conference as a Buckeye, Fields explained his decision, saying about Day, “He knows what it takes to get a midfielder for the NFL.”
“We had Justin in the transfer,” said Wilson. “I don’t know if that would have happened if Dwayne wasn’t here.”
And Day’s had five-star Kyle McCord locked in 2021 alongside Quinn Ewers, the No. 2 overall player in 2022, probably going to the next Ohio State (sorry).
Maybe the State of Ohio isn’t a QBU in the classical sense, but it seems Buckeyes was the QBU in the eyes of every elite midfielder who made their decision to go to college. If you want to know which one is more important, just glance at the USC.
MAN’S MISSION’S MISSION. Justin Fields doesn’t have to play another college football game to keep his place as one of the top 10 picks on the upcoming draft, but he’s back since this season isn’t.
He’s on a mission to complete some unfinished business and set records continuously.
Why is @JustnFields playing football in 2020? @RJ_Young is simple: @OhioStateFB QB is on a mission to complete the best in the country pic.twitter.com/g8xeovt1Xu
– FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 29, 2020
“The man is coming back, like going back in time to get the infinity stones, so he has one more shot on this just like in End Game.”
“Justin Fields is clearly playing college football to finish what he started – work not done yet.”
Damn it, is it time to play the game?
CLIFFORD FEEL IT. Penn State has an Ohio State number for the past decade or so. And that, I mean they have consistently lost, but lost less points than the others in the Big Ten.
To be fair, “I almost beat Ohio State many times!” a lot more than most other shows can say, but it’s not good enough for Sean Clifford.
QB Sean Clifford believes that Penn State can play with any team in the country. pic.twitter.com/IN9dl0Ma70
– ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) October 29, 2020
That is truly a noble and respectable stance on this matter.
But unfortunately for Clifford, he really isn’t going to do either of those on Saturday, especially given the level of Penn State’s home advantage this year that Ohio State may still have to make the go of. In a damn parking lot because the soccer team is bigger than your town.
I appreciate confidence, but we all know how this is going to end. Don’t joke around.
“CONFIRMATION OF OWNERSHIP.” We’ll get our usual “status report” at around 10am this morning, but the State of Ohio really won’t be completely sure which player will be present for tomorrow’s match until tomorrow morning. at State College as they compete the final round of the COVID-19 Test.
If that sounds scary to you, you’re not alone!
Ryan Day said it was quite appalling to go on the road to learn the State of Ohio would be tested for COVID-19 on Saturday morning when the team got to State College, which could hurt the depth of Buckeyes if any who tested positive. The travel list is still limited to 74 players.
– Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) October 29, 2020
My method of dealing with madness so far is basically just the assumption that everything is going to be fine and the State of Ohio won’t have to deal with any aggressive testing. But to be honest, Trevor Lawrence’s positive test result surprised me a little.
If the most famous name in college football can produce positive results and potentially miss his team’s most frequent match of the year, then no one is invincible.
But I guess we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it!
HOW TO LOSE A JOB. How much I like to slander Texas Tom, be honest here – there’s no shame in losing a prospect to the State of Ohio. It happened to everyone across the country, and Buckeyes didn’t have a strong pipeline in Texas anyway.
However, the loss of the class-leading overall player (and the other two due to collateral damage) is partly because you threw him in the trash behind him and didn’t try to fix it. .. Yes, that will help you box.
Trey Elling just said that he heard around the hiring circles that Herman said some negative things about Ewers, and those things went back to the Ewers family and that’s how all of this happened. out. Also says that Herman made no effort to correct opinions.
– Rent Urban Meyer (@ Chizad81) October 29, 2020
Move the child’s ability in a roundabout manner and it’s back to him. But that’s only part of the dormant story.
You can believe what you want, but this is not just created from thin air.
– Trey Elling (@courtesywave) October 29, 2020
It’s crazy, it’s 2020 and Tom Herman is still helping the State of Ohio recruit midfielders.
SONG OF THE DAY. Wheatus “Teenage Dirtbag”.
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