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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 9:06 pm    Post subject: The Ohio State Buckeyes Thread-Time for some Crootin' Reply with quote







2014 Big Ten Champions!!



2015 CFP National Champions!!


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



Coaching Staff
Urban Meyer - Head Coach
Ed Warinner - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line
Luke Fickell - Defensive Coordinator/LBs
Tony Alford - Running Backs
Zach Smith- Wide Receivers
Tim Hinton - Tight Ends
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 (18 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

2017 Recruiting Class (10 total)
Danny Clark, 4* QB, Massilon, Ohio, 6-4/218
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
Todd Sibley, 4* RB, Akron, OH, 5-11/205
Jake Moretti, 4* OT, Arvada, CO, 6-5/285
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, 5* S, Lawrenceville, GA, 6-2/190
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 9:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

KJ Hill looks like he could be like an elite possession WR. He's not fast, but he's tough and physical. Also has solid hands.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 9:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

candyman93 wrote:
KJ Hill looks like he could be like an elite possession WR. He's not fast, but he's tough and physical. Also has solid hands.
the three players I'm really excited for next season on offense are all WRs that everyone is kinda sleeping on

James Clark
Terry McLaurin
Parris Campbell


All have fantastic speed....kinda help fill the void Devin Smith is leaving

Johnnie Dixon should be a regular contributor next year too
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like KJ Hill may be as good as ours now
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:39 pm    Post subject: Re: The Ohio State Buckeyes Thread-STILL NATIONAL CHAMPS Reply with quote

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Kareem Walker, 4* RB, Wayne, NJ, 6-1/210


All accounts I've seen have Walker as a 5*. At least that's the general consensus, with him being the #1 back in the country.

I'm guessing we have a decent amount of freshmen red-shirt or see very little playing time this coming season. We lose 4 starters on each side of the ball, and all projections have those 8 spots filled by young returning players. Looking at who we have in the 2015 class, I don't see a whole lot of people breaking the 2 deep. Not because this class isn't good, but because we have good young talent that's there to fill in the few spots that we do have, and no starters are going to get unseated. Justin Hilliard and perhaps a wildcard at wideout are about the only guys I can see off the top of my head having much of a chance at any significant playing time. As for wideout, I think we have a couple of young returning players who fill those spots.

The 2016 and 2017 classes are going to shape out to be ridiculous.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:44 pm    Post subject: Re: The Ohio State Buckeyes Thread-STILL NATIONAL CHAMPS Reply with quote

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zelbell wrote:
Kareem Walker, 4* RB, Wayne, NJ, 6-1/210


All accounts I've seen have Walker as a 5*. At least that's the general consensus, with him being the #1 back in the country.

The 2016 and 2017 classes are going to shape out to be ridiculous.
I use 247's regular recruiting rankings when I list prospects, but he is a 5* everywhere else and us a 5* on 247's composite rankings
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NateDawg wrote:
zelbell wrote:
Kareem Walker, 4* RB, Wayne, NJ, 6-1/210


All accounts I've seen have Walker as a 5*. At least that's the general consensus, with him being the #1 back in the country.

I'm guessing we have a decent amount of freshmen red-shirt or see very little playing time this coming season. We lose 4 starters on each side of the ball, and all projections have those 8 spots filled by young returning players. Looking at who we have in the 2015 class, I don't see a whole lot of people breaking the 2 deep. Not because this class isn't good, but because we have good young talent that's there to fill in the few spots that we do have, and no starters are going to get unseated. Justin Hilliard and perhaps a wildcard at wideout are about the only guys I can see off the top of my head having much of a chance at any significant playing time. As for wideout, I think we have a couple of young returning players who fill those spots.

The 2016 and 2017 classes are going to shape out to be ridiculous.


I think Urban just wanted kids with high ceilings in this years class. We don't need kids that can impact right away.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2015 9:54 am    Post subject: Re: The Ohio State Buckeyes Thread-STILL NATIONAL CHAMPS Reply with quote

candyman93 wrote:
NateDawg wrote:
zelbell wrote:
Kareem Walker, 4* RB, Wayne, NJ, 6-1/210


All accounts I've seen have Walker as a 5*. At least that's the general consensus, with him being the #1 back in the country.

I'm guessing we have a decent amount of freshmen red-shirt or see very little playing time this coming season. We lose 4 starters on each side of the ball, and all projections have those 8 spots filled by young returning players. Looking at who we have in the 2015 class, I don't see a whole lot of people breaking the 2 deep. Not because this class isn't good, but because we have good young talent that's there to fill in the few spots that we do have, and no starters are going to get unseated. Justin Hilliard and perhaps a wildcard at wideout are about the only guys I can see off the top of my head having much of a chance at any significant playing time. As for wideout, I think we have a couple of young returning players who fill those spots.

The 2016 and 2017 classes are going to shape out to be ridiculous.


I think Urban just wanted kids with high ceilings in this years class. We don't need kids that can impact right away.
But would definitely be welcomed...lol

That is Gustin, or Beckner or both,
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MSURacerDT55 wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
NateDawg wrote:
zelbell wrote:
Kareem Walker, 4* RB, Wayne, NJ, 6-1/210


All accounts I've seen have Walker as a 5*. At least that's the general consensus, with him being the #1 back in the country.

I'm guessing we have a decent amount of freshmen red-shirt or see very little playing time this coming season. We lose 4 starters on each side of the ball, and all projections have those 8 spots filled by young returning players. Looking at who we have in the 2015 class, I don't see a whole lot of people breaking the 2 deep. Not because this class isn't good, but because we have good young talent that's there to fill in the few spots that we do have, and no starters are going to get unseated. Justin Hilliard and perhaps a wildcard at wideout are about the only guys I can see off the top of my head having much of a chance at any significant playing time. As for wideout, I think we have a couple of young returning players who fill those spots.

The 2016 and 2017 classes are going to shape out to be ridiculous.


I think Urban just wanted kids with high ceilings in this years class. We don't need kids that can impact right away.
But would definitely be welcomed...lol

That is Gustin, or Beckner or both,


Agreed Laughing

I think Beckner would be most likely to impact as a frosh because of the position he would play as a DT.
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I ordered a hoodie, and two shirts and it was suppose to come on my bday but its now two days late. Stupid storm :(
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As good as Jalin Marshall is at punt returns, I'd love to see Eric Glover-Williams as our full-time punt returner and kick returner
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Looking at the Super Bowl last night, could you imagine OSU being in a similar scenario that Seattle was and us NOT using Ezekiel Elliott inside the 1? Shocked
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Looking at the Super Bowl last night, could you imagine OSU being in a similar scenario that Seattle was and us NOT using Ezekiel Elliott inside the 1? Shocked


c'mon we know Herman and Urban wouldnt of been that dumb. if they were going to run the ball, tOSU would do the QB sneak instead
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buno67 wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
Looking at the Super Bowl last night, could you imagine OSU being in a similar scenario that Seattle was and us NOT using Ezekiel Elliott inside the 1? Shocked


c'mon we know Herman and Urban wouldnt of been that dumb. if they were going to run the ball, tOSU would do the QB sneak instead


I know that Laughing

I honestly believe Urban is the most efficient coach in college football. I probably would have ran with Cardale too.
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