- Nov 11, 2008
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By contrast, Gophs are ranked #115 on 3rd down conversions on defense, opponents convert 45% of the time. They are dead last in allowing 4th down conversions. #130. Opponents convert 85% of the time.Both of these statements can be true. Maybe if we weren't so bad on 1st, 2nd and 3rd downs we wouldn't need to rely on 4th down!
I don’t think they’re shaking in their bootsWow, they’re shaking in their boots on this one! Hey say something nice about your blind date…”um she’s got a nice ring tone on her phone”. Yeesh, that’s pretty damn bad. 4th down, thank god he didn’t ask what he thinks they like. “Well, their defense is awful against good teams, hell even bad teams!“ Just show some fight boys…prove these guys wrong! I’ll be watching with my crew as always.
So, based on these stats, both teams should be going for it on every 4th down like that high school team in Texas, and then it may be a dogfight.By contrast, Gophs are ranked #115 on 3rd down conversions on defense, opponents convert 45% of the time. They are dead last in allowing 4th down conversions. #130. Opponents convert 85% of the time.
How do we take the play lock down when we can’t get 1st downs?When asked what we are good at, one of the best things he could come up with was "taking the play clock down"? Guess he's afraid we might win the crucial time of possession battle.
That's a great line. I am finally over 83-13 but now I hope Nebby loses because it sets Jon Johnston off and that is when he is at his best.If 45 and six can’t play, then Ohio State will play their starters for one series in the second half and then they’ll be flirting with cheerleaders the rest of the game. Back in 83 against Nebraska I remember the trainers dragging Ivan Zubar off the field. I thought he might’ve been dead — dude was a freshman playing against Steinkuler and Remington. Let’s just hope we don’t see carnage like we did on that day.
You could give all seven or eight of them direct, specific responsibility to account for Harrison and would matter not a bit.OSU coaches are lovin' the part where they see we will use a LB to cover Marvin Harrison Jr. on a deep route ... or we will play a weird version of a zone in which none of the 7 or 8 we drop back have more than a fleeting, transitory responsibility to account for Harrison.
When I watch fOSU Over Rated Harrison is not even targeted. I plan to go into full jinx mode on him starting right now. Saturday we run with him, Saturday we stay with him and we shut him down because we can.You could give all seven or eight of them direct, specific responsibility to account for Harrison and would matter not a bit.