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PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 11:15 pm    Post subject: The Ohio State Buckeyes Thread v.12 Rich Get Richer Reply with quote

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No better time for a new thread with the first round of the playoffs around the corner

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2014 Big Ten Champions!!



2015 Allstate Sugar Bowl Champions!!



2015 CFP National Champions!!



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2013 Schedule
08/31/13 vs. Buffalo W,40-20
09/07/13 vs. San Diego State W, 42-7
09/14/13 at California W, 52-34
09/21/13 vs. Florida A&M W, 76-0
09/28/13 vs. Wisconsin * W, 31-24
10/05/13 at Northwestern * W, 40-30
10/19/13 vs. Iowa * W, 34-24
10/26/13 vs. Penn State * W, 63-14
11/02/13 at Purdue * W, 56-0
11/16/13 at Illinois * W, 60-35
11/23/13 vs. Indiana * W, 42-14
11/30/13 at TTUN* W, 42-41

Big Ten Championship Game
12/07/13 vs. Michigan State L, 34-24

Discover Orange Bowl
01/03/14 vs. Clemson L, 40-35

2014 Schedule
Aug. 30 - vs. Navy (at Baltimore) W, 34-17
Sept. 6 - Virginia Tech L, 35-21
Sept. 13 - Kent State W, 66-0
Sept. 27 - Cincinnati W, 50-28
Oct. 4 - at Maryland W, 50-24
Oct. 18 - Rutgers W, 56-17
Oct. 25 - at Penn State W, 31-24
Nov. 1 - Illinois W, 55-14
Nov. 8 - at Michigan State W, 49-37
Nov. 15 - at Minnesota W, 31-24
Nov. 22 - Indiana W, 42-27
Nov. 29 - TTUN W, 42-28

B1G Championship Game (at Indianapolis)
Dec. 6 - vs. Wisconsin W, 59-0

College Football Playoff Semi-final Allstate Sugar Bowl
Jan. 1 - vs. Alabama W, 42-35

College Football Playoff National Championship Game
Jan. 12 - vs. Oregon W, 42-20

2015 Schedule
09/07/15 at Virginia Tech W, 42-24
09/12/15 vs. Hawai'i W, 38-0
09/19/15 vs. Northern Illinois W, 20-13
09/26/15 vs. Western Michigan W, 38-12
10/03/15 at Indiana W, 34-27
10/10/15 vs. Maryland W, 49-28
10/17/15 vs. Penn State W, 38-10
10/24/15 at Rutgers W, 49-7
11/07/15 vs. Minnesota W, 28-14
11/14/15 at Illinois W, 28-3
11/21/15 vs. Michigan State L, 17-14
11/28/15 at TTUN W, 42-13

Battlefrog Fiesta Bowl
1/1/16 vs. Notre Dame, W 44-28

2016 Schedule
9/3/16 vs. Bowling Green, W 77-10
9/10/16 vs. Tulsa, W 48-3
9/17/16 at Oklahoma, W 45-24
10/1/16 vs. Rutgers, W 58-0
10/8/16 vs. Indiana, W 38-17
10/15/16 at Wisconsin, W 30-23
10/22/16 at Penn St, L 24-21
10/29/16 vs. Northwestern, W 24-20
11/5/16 vs. Nebraska, W 62-3
11/12/16 at Maryland, W 62-3
11/19/16 at Michigan St, W 17-16
11/26/16 vs. TTUN, W 30-27

2017 Schedule
9/2/17 at Indiana
9/9/17 vs Oklahoma
9/16/17 vs Army
9/23/17 vs UNLV
9/30/17 at Rutgers
10/7/17 vs Maryland
10/14/17 at Nebraska
10/28/17 vs Penn St
11/4/17 at Iowa
11/11/17 vs Michigan St
11/18/17 vs Illinois
11/25/17 at TTUN

B1G Championship Game (at Indianapolis)

Coaching Staff
Urban Meyer - Head Coach
Ed Warinner - Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends and Fullbacks
Luke Fickell - Defensive Coordinator/LBs ***NEW HC FOR CINCY*** WILL FINISH OUT THE SEASON BEFORE COMPLETELY LEAVING
Tony Alford - Running Backs
Zach Smith- Wide Receivers
Greg Studrawa - Offensive Line
Tim Beck - QBs/Co-Offensive Coordinator
Larry Johnson Sr- Defensive Line
Kerry Coombs - Defensive Backs/Special Teams Coordinator
Greg Schiano - Secondary/Co-Defensive Coordinator
Mickey Marotti - Strength & Conditioning
Mark Pantoni - Director of Player Personnel

2014 Recruiting Class (23 total)
Raekwon McMillan, 5* ILB, Hinesville, Georgia, 6-2/242
Damon Webb, 4* CB, Detroit, Michigan, 5-11/180
Dante Booker, 5* OLB, Akron, Ohio, 6-3/212
Curtis Samuel, 5* ATH, Brooklyn, New York, 6-0/185
Jamarco Jones, 4* OT, Chicago, Illinois, 6-5/290
Johnnie Dixon, 4* WR, Miami, Florida, 5-10/187
Jalyn Holmes, 4* WDE, Norfolk, Virginia, 6-5/225
Demetrious Knox, 4* OG, Fort Worth, Texas, 6-4/294
Parris Campbell, 4* WR, Akron, Ohio, 6-0/184
Kyle Berger, 4* OLB, Cleveland, Ohio, 6-3/215
Noah Brown, 4* ATH, Sparta, New Jersey, 6-2/212
Sam Hubbard, 4* ATH, Cincinnati, Ohio, 6-6/225
Terry McLaurin, 4* WR, Indinapolis, Indiana, 6-0/180
Kyle Trout, 4* OT, Lancaster, Ohio, 6-6/300
Marcelys Jones, 4* OG, Cleveland, Ohio, 6-5/325
Malik Hooker, 4* ATH, New Castle, Pennsylvania, 6-2/185
Dylan Thompson, 3* SDE, Lombard, Illinois, 6-5/270
Stephen Collier, 3* QB, Leesburg, Georgia, 6-4/208
Sean Nuernberger, 2* K, Buckner, Kentucky, 6-2/220
Marshon Lattimore, 4* CB, Cleveland, Ohio, 6-0/175
Erick Smith, 4* S, Cleveland Ohio, 6-1/185
Brady Taylor, 3* OT, Columbus, Ohio, 6-5/276
Darius Slade 3*SDE, Montclair, New Jersey, 6-5/240

2015 Recruiting Class (27 total)
Eric Glover-Williams, 4* CB, Canton, Ohio, 5-11/165
Jamel Dean, 4* CB, Cocoa, Florida, 6-1/180
Joe Burrow, 4* QB, The Plains, OH, 6-4/205
Grant Schmidt, 3* OT, Sioux Falls, SD 6-6/275
Liam McCullough, 2* LS, Columbus, OH, 6-2/230
Nick Connor, 4* ILB, Dublin, Ohio, 6-3/225
Dre'Mont Jones, 4* SDE, Cleveland, Ohio, 6-5/250
Denzel Ward, 4* CB, Macedonia, Ohio, 5-11/165
Kevin Feder, 3* OT, Ramsey, NJ 6-9/305
Justin Hilliard, 5* OLB, Cincinnati, Ohio, 6-0/225
Jashon Cornell, 4* DE, Saint Paul, MN, 6-4/260
Joshua Alabi, 3* SSDE, Detroit, MI, 6-5/270
A.J. Alexander, 4* WR, Burke, VA, 6-4/220
Alex Stump 4* WR, Lakewood, Ohio, 6-3/190
Jerome Baker, 4* ATH, Cleveland, Ohio, 6-2/210
Rashod Berry, 3* WDE, Lorain, Ohio, 6-5/230
Torrance Gibson, 4* QB, Miami, FL, 6-4/200
Joshua Norwood, 4* CB, Valdosta, GA, 5-10/175
Matthew Burrell, 4* OL, Woodbridge, VA, 6-5/303
Branden Bowen, 3* OL, Draper, UT, 6-7/330
Mirko Jurkovic, 3* OL, Bradenton, FL, 6-5/275
Mike Weber, 4* RB, Detroit, MI, 5-10/205
Robert Landers, 3* DT, Dayton, OH, 6-2/295
Davon Hamilton, 3* DT, Pickerington, OH, 6-3/285
Damon Arnette, 3* DB, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 6-2/185
K.J. Hill, 4* WR, North Little Rock, AR, 6-0/180
Isaiah Prince, 4* OT, Greenbelt, MD 6-5/272

2016 Recruiting Class (25 total)
Tyler Gerald, 4* OG, Portsmouth, Ohio, 6-5/300
Kierre Hawkins, 3* WR, Maple Heights, Ohio, 6-4/210
Jonathon Cooper, 5* WDE, Gahanna, Ohio, 6-3/215
Jake Hausmann, 4* TE, Cincinnati, OH, 6-5/235
Demario McCall, 4* RB, North Ridgeville, OH, 5-10/180
Malik Barrow, 4* DT, Bradenton, FL, 6-3/270
Michael Jordon, 4*OT, Canton, MI, 6-6/285
Tuf Borland, 4* LB, Bolingbrook, IL, 6-2/225
Jack Wohlabaugh, 3* OG, Stow, OH, 6-3/280
Kareem Felder, 3* CB, Baltimore, MD, 5-11/165
Drue Chrisman, 3* P, Cincinnati, OH, 6-4/200
Austin Mack, 4* WR, Fort Wayne, IN, 6-2/205
Wayne Davis, 4* CB, Norfolk, VA, 5-11/187
Nick Bosa, 5* DE, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 6-4/265
Luke Farrell, 4* TE, Perry, Ohio, 6-6/240
Gavin Cupp, 3* OT, Leipsic, OH, 6-5/270
Antonio Williams, 4* RB, New London, NC, 5-11/210
Jahsen Wint, 3* ATH, Brooklyn, NY, 5-11/186
Binjimen Victor, 4* WR, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 6-4/177
Dwayne Haskins, 4* QB, Potomac, MD, 6-3/198
Keandre Jones, 4* LB, Olney, MD, 6-3/198
Rodjay Burns, 3* CB, Louisville, KY, 6-2/175
Jordan Fuller, 4* DB, Westwood, NJ, 6-2/196
Malcolm Pridgeon, 4* OT, Garden City, NY, 6-8/303
Malik Harrison, 3* ATH, Columbus, OH, 6-4/215

2017 Recruiting Class (17 total)
Shaun Wade, 5* CB, Jacksonville, Florida, 6-2/175
Josh Myers, 5* OT, Miamisburg, Ohio, 6-6/290
Marcus Williamson, 4* CB, Westerville, OH, 5-10/178
Jerron Cage, 4* DT, Cincinnati, OH, 6-3/275
Blake Haubeil, 3* K, Buffalo, NY, 6-3/200
Brendon White, 4* S, Powell, OH, 6-2/195
Isaiah Pryor, 4* S, Lawrenceville, GA, 6-2/190
Haskell Garrett, 4* DT, Las Vegas, NV, 6-2/280
J.K. Dobbins, 4* RB, La Grange, TX, 5-10/200
Tate Martell, 4* QB, Las Vegas, NV, 5-10/203
Wyatt Davis, 5* OG, Bellflower, CA, 6-5/310
Chase Young, 5* DE, Hyattsville, MD, 6-5/220
Amir Riep, 4* DB, Cincinnati, OH, 5-11/185
Tyjon Lindsey, 4* WR, Las Vegas, NV, 5-9/161
Trevon Grimes, 5* WR, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 6-3/202
Baron Browning, 5* LB, Kennedale, TX, 6-3/230
Pete Werner, 4* LB, Mount Vernon, IN, 6-3/220

2018 Recruiting Class (2 Total)
Brian Snead, 4* RB, Seffner, FL, 5-11/180
Emory Jones, 5* QB, Franklin, GA, 6-1.5/193


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quoted Zel for the OP because his OP for the last thread was impressive.

I will try and carry that torch and keep it updated as much as possible. Zel has mod powers, so he can do the same as well!
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

buno67 wrote:
Quoted Zel for the OP because his OP for the last thread was impressive.

I will try and carry that torch and keep it updated as much as possible. Zel has mod powers, so he can do the same as well!
no mod powers in the CFB forum :/


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zelbell wrote:
buno67 wrote:
Quoted Zel for the OP because his OP for the last thread was impressive.

I will try and carry that torch and keep it updated as much as possible. Zel has mod powers, so he can do the same as well!
no mod powers in the CFB forum :/


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ah that explains why modding in CFB sucks...

I kid...I kid...



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I'm hearing good things about the 2018 class.
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candyman93 wrote:
I'm hearing good things about the 2018 class.
we are #1 or #2 for like 15 of the top 25 players overall in Rivals right now.......it too sounds like it could be a smaller class but it has potential to be better than the 2017 class, where if we close with Holmes, Okudah, Harris, and Wilson, would break the record of Florida'S 2010 class for best recruiting class of all time

For comparisons sakes, that Florida class had 28 players in it, if we finished like that we would have 21 players overall Shocked
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Does Martell even have a shot at starting here? With Haskins and Burrow, plus Emory Jones coming in with the next recruiting cycle. Will he ever get a chance?

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depends on when J.T. leaves


if he leaves after this season i cant see Martell getting much of a shot because he's new to everything and behind Burrow and Haskins

if J.T. stays, he could have a good chance since he'll be in the system another year but still have to compete with Burrow and Haskins anyways and Jones will be coming in by then and I think he's the best QB prospect Urban has gotten since he's been here


I don't if you are a top tier recruit, you will always have a shot. It's not like we are talking about talentless QBs. Every one of the QBs on the depth chart next year will be talented.

Just hard for me to get excited over the way a guy played as a scout team player.

I just know who ever wins the QB job when JT leaves, there going to be a stud because they had a lot of competition to beat out
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Bonanza23 wrote:
buno67 wrote:
zelbell wrote:
KC=SB 42 wrote:
Does Martell even have a shot at starting here? With Haskins and Burrow, plus Emory Jones coming in with the next recruiting cycle. Will he ever get a chance?

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depends on when J.T. leaves


if he leaves after this season i cant see Martell getting much of a shot because he's new to everything and behind Burrow and Haskins

if J.T. stays, he could have a good chance since he'll be in the system another year but still have to compete with Burrow and Haskins anyways and Jones will be coming in by then and I think he's the best QB prospect Urban has gotten since he's been here


I don't if you are a top tier recruit, you will always have a shot. It's not like we are talking about talentless QBs. Every one of the QBs on the depth chart next year will be talented.

Just hard for me to get excited over the way a guy played as a scout team player.

I just know who ever wins the QB job when JT leaves, there going to be a stud because they had a lot of competition to beat out


I agree.


Yeah Burrows was underrated coming out. Dude knows how to break down and read defenses because of his dad. Haskins is a complete stud and so Tate.

Meyer and co. Know how to recruit QBs
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Here is your friendly reminder that the best offensive and defensive rookies this year are Buckeyes. Bosa is on record pace for rookies on pressures (along with his 7.5 sacks), and he missed the first several games. Zeke is also in the MVP race. Michael Thomas has been the 3rd best offensive rookie behind Dak. 76 snags for almost 900 yards and 8 TDs. Decker and Apple have had good rookie years also. It's nice seeing the Bucks getting it done at every level. Last year's team was so talented it's ridiculous. If they hadn't slipped up against MSU, we all know how last year would have turned out. 14 Buckeye rookies are on active NFL rosters this year, as two undrafteds even made squads. Ridiculous. Hopefully the guys who leave this year are good NFL rooks also. It's a great recruiting tool. If the Buckeyes somehow get it done this year over more 'ready' programs this season, that would be a legendary coaching job.
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NateDawg wrote:
Here is your friendly reminder that the best offensive and defensive rookies this year are Buckeyes. Bosa is on record pace for rookies on pressures (along with his 7.5 sacks), and he missed the first several games. Zeke is also in the MVP race. Michael Thomas has been the 3rd best offensive rookie behind Dak. 76 snags for almost 900 yards and 8 TDs. Decker and Apple have had good rookie years also. It's nice seeing the Bucks getting it done at every level. Last year's team was so talented it's ridiculous. If they hadn't slipped up against MSU, we all know how last year would have turned out. 14 Buckeye rookies are on active NFL rosters this year, as two undrafteds even made squads. Ridiculous. Hopefully the guys who leave this year are good NFL rooks also. It's a great recruiting tool. If the Buckeyes somehow get it done this year over more 'ready' programs this season, that would be a legendary coaching job.
no doubt one of the biggest reasons our recruiting class this season is so ridiculously good is the fact that all these kids have seen us win a natty as well as dominate the NFL draft with the same players
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Here is your friendly reminder that the best offensive and defensive rookies this year are Buckeyes. Bosa is on record pace for rookies on pressures (along with his 7.5 sacks), and he missed the first several games. Zeke is also in the MVP race. Michael Thomas has been the 3rd best offensive rookie behind Dak. 76 snags for almost 900 yards and 8 TDs. Decker and Apple have had good rookie years also. It's nice seeing the Bucks getting it done at every level. Last year's team was so talented it's ridiculous. If they hadn't slipped up against MSU, we all know how last year would have turned out. 14 Buckeye rookies are on active NFL rosters this year, as two undrafteds even made squads. Ridiculous. Hopefully the guys who leave this year are good NFL rooks also. It's a great recruiting tool. If the Buckeyes somehow get it done this year over more 'ready' programs this season, that would be a legendary coaching job.



I think some of that is that we run a 43.

Compared to a team like Alabama who runs a 34. When our guys like Bosa, Apple, Lee and others playing in a 43 scheme I think can create an easier transition into league as most teams run a 43.

Might not be a big thing talent is was matters most, but I do think it plays a part.
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Wiltfong saying that unless something drastically changes Darnay Holmes will be a Buckeye Cool
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Wiltfong saying that unless something drastically changes Darnay Holmes will be a Buckeye Cool


unbelievable.

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Wiltfong saying that unless something drastically changes Darnay Holmes will be a Buckeye Cool


unbelievable.

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He's much different from Bell. Holmes is a long-term CB

Unless you mean OSU pulling the stunner at the end.
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Okudah (#1 CB)
Holmes (#2 CB)
Wade (#4 CB)
Pryor (#5 Safety)

Then throw Williamson and Riep in there, ranked by 247 as #14 and #16 at CB. Okudah is a foregone conclusion. Wade is likely at this point, though I'm not counting nearby UCLA out until the announcement. Going to be a ridiculous DB class. At least one of those kids is going to play some safety. Especially those top 3 5 star guys... too good not to be out there. The average player ranking is projected to shatter the record on the 247 database. Crazy if this wasn't a smaller class projected around 21-22.
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