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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 12:32 pm    Post subject: The Ohio State Buckeyes - 33 days until Navy Reply with quote



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)
Sept. 6 - Virginia Tech
Sept. 13 - Kent State
Sept. 27 - Cincinnati
Oct. 4 - at Maryland
Oct. 18 - Rutgers
Oct. 25 - at Penn State
Nov. 1 - Illinois
Nov. 8 - at Michigan State
Nov. 15 - at Minnesota
Nov. 22 - Indiana
Nov. 29 - TTUN

2015 Schedule
09/07/15 at Virginia Tech
09/12/15 vs. Hawai'i
09/19/15 vs. Northern Illinois
09/26/15 vs. Western Michigan
10/03/15 at Indiana
10/10/15 vs. Maryland
10/17/15 vs. Penn State
10/24/15 at Rutgers
11/07/15 vs. Minnesota
11/14/15 at Illinois
11/21/15 vs. Michigan State
11/28/15 at TTUN


Coaching Staff
Urban Meyer - Head Coach
Tom Herman - Offensive Coordinator/QBs
Luke Fickell - Defensive Coordinator/LBs
Stan Drayton - Running Backs
Zach Smith - Wide Receivers
Tim Hinton - Tight Ends
Ed Warriner - Offensive Line/Co-Offensive Coordinator
Larry Johnson Sr- Defensive Line
Kerry Coombs - Defensive Backs/Special Teams Coordinator
Chris Ash - Secondary/Co-Defensive Coordinator
Mickey Marotti - Strength & Conditioning
Mark Pantoni - Director of Player Personnel

2014 Recruiting Class
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
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
Tyler Green, 4* S, Hyattsville, MD 6-3/195
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, 3* 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
Josh Moore, 3* TE, Olathe, Kansas, 6-5/250

2016 Recruiting Class
George Hill, 4* RB, Hubbard, Ohio, 6-0/180
Tyler Gerald, 4* OG, Portsmouth, Ohio, 6-5/300
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 12:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the 14 class and using 247...
Our lb haul is

Kwon McMillan. #1 ILB
Dante Booker #4 olb
Kyle Berger #11 olb

Sam Hubbard #9 ILB / #18 olb (they have him slotted as ath rather than one of the lb spots)

Nice haul urbz.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 1:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

malibuspeedrace wrote:
For the 14 class and using 247...
Our lb haul is

Kwon McMillan. #1 ILB
Dante Booker #4 olb
Kyle Berger #11 olb

Sam Hubbard #9 ILB / #18 olb (they have him slotted as ath rather than one of the lb spots)

Nice haul urbz.


yeah and hopefully Fickell will get back to his old ways of developing stud LB units, that would be nice!
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Sam Hubbard is 6'6?!?! He's probably getting moved to DE if he bulks up.

Hue deal that we're keeping Wariner. Look at our o-line of 4 stars compared to our former pansy 5 stars.
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Sam Hubbard is 6'6?!?! He's probably getting moved to DE if he bulks up.

Hue deal that we're keeping Wariner. Look at our o-line of 4 stars compared to our former pansy 5 stars.
dude can run like a deer too
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candyman93 wrote:
Sam Hubbard is 6'6?!?! He's probably getting moved to DE if he bulks up.

Hue deal that we're keeping Wariner. Look at our o-line of 4 stars compared to our former pansy 5 stars.


It would probably be in his best interest pt wise to stay away from the line though.

Tosu has had a couple taller than usual lbs in their past...I am hoping Hubbard can be the next....his coverage skills should be an asset too.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 5:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've heard reports that Tyvis has been playing Safety during bowl practice with Vonn Bell playing the STAR

Also have heard that Mike Mitchell has been looking good during practice too
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We will be wearing our scarlet Rivalry unis I heard, history is on our side wearing alternates Cool
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 26, 2013 3:36 pm    Post subject: hmmm Reply with quote

malibuspeedrace wrote:
For the 14 class and using 247...
Our lb haul is

Kwon McMillan. #1 ILB
Dante Booker #4 olb
Kyle Berger #11 olb

Sam Hubbard #9 ILB / #18 olb (they have him slotted as ath rather than one of the lb spots)

Nice haul urbz.


Very Happy Glad to see we are getting back to our linebacker domination days.

that is all

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 4:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

See Dabo's comments about Clemson being more consistent than OSU lately?

Also Vonn Bell hinted to a Chattanooga radio station that he's gonna be starting in the Orange Bowl
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zelbell wrote:
See Dabo's comments about Clemson being more consistent than OSU lately?

Also Vonn Bell hinted to a Chattanooga radio station that he's gonna be starting in the Orange Bowl


Does Dabo realize we had a 24 game win streak...?
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candyman93 wrote:
zelbell wrote:
See Dabo's comments about Clemson being more consistent than OSU lately?

Also Vonn Bell hinted to a Chattanooga radio station that he's gonna be starting in the Orange Bowl


Does Dabo realize we had a 24 game win streak...?


Dabo said more consistent in the last 5 years.

Ohio State has gone 11-2, 13-1, 6-7, 12-0 and 12-1 in the past five seasons. Counting the upcoming Orange Bowl, the Buckeyes have made trips to three BCS games in the past five years, with wins in the Rose and Sugar Bowls. During that same stretch Clemson has gone 9-5, 6-7, 10-4, 11-2, 10-2. The Tigers are making their second trip to Orange Bowl in the past three seasons.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 6:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adam21 wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
zelbell wrote:
See Dabo's comments about Clemson being more consistent than OSU lately?

Also Vonn Bell hinted to a Chattanooga radio station that he's gonna be starting in the Orange Bowl


Does Dabo realize we had a 24 game win streak...?


Dabo said more consistent in the last 5 years.

Ohio State has gone 11-2, 13-1, 6-7, 12-0 and 12-1 in the past five seasons. Counting the upcoming Orange Bowl, the Buckeyes have made trips to three BCS games in the past five years, with wins in the Rose and Sugar Bowls. During that same stretch Clemson has gone 9-5, 6-7, 10-4, 11-2, 10-2. The Tigers are making their second trip to Orange Bowl in the past three seasons.



You must be mistaken because that 13-1 is actually 0-1
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Adam21 wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
zelbell wrote:
See Dabo's comments about Clemson being more consistent than OSU lately?

Also Vonn Bell hinted to a Chattanooga radio station that he's gonna be starting in the Orange Bowl


Does Dabo realize we had a 24 game win streak...?


Dabo said more consistent in the last 5 years.

Ohio State has gone 11-2, 13-1, 6-7, 12-0 and 12-1 in the past five seasons. Counting the upcoming Orange Bowl, the Buckeyes have made trips to three BCS games in the past five years, with wins in the Rose and Sugar Bowls. During that same stretch Clemson has gone 9-5, 6-7, 10-4, 11-2, 10-2. The Tigers are making their second trip to Orange Bowl in the past three seasons.


yeah and if it wasnt for the whole tat gate. tOSU wins at least another 11games and makes it to another BCS game
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mchjstnk wrote:
Adam21 wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
zelbell wrote:
See Dabo's comments about Clemson being more consistent than OSU lately?

Also Vonn Bell hinted to a Chattanooga radio station that he's gonna be starting in the Orange Bowl


Does Dabo realize we had a 24 game win streak...?


Dabo said more consistent in the last 5 years.

Ohio State has gone 11-2, 13-1, 6-7, 12-0 and 12-1 in the past five seasons. Counting the upcoming Orange Bowl, the Buckeyes have made trips to three BCS games in the past five years, with wins in the Rose and Sugar Bowls. During that same stretch Clemson has gone 9-5, 6-7, 10-4, 11-2, 10-2. The Tigers are making their second trip to Orange Bowl in the past three seasons.



You must be mistaken because that 13-1 is actually 0-1


Someone is enjoying their high off of a pinstripe bowl victory.
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