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Bump. Alex Bars off the board!
Haha way to be opportunistic and turn this around!
Well played sir, well played.
This post was edited by neoavatara 11 months ago
Short answer: yes.
Alex Dalton from Ohio committed to Oklahoma on Friday.
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So sad ...
Ohio State has become an afterthought to OL ever since the Vest was run out of town. Very understandable that this kid forgot them.
But yet we have a ridiculously good OL and good OL coach
agree to disagree
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
Agree on the coach, at the OL itself.
my buckeye buddy just said he read an article that said OSU is supposed to have their best OL they have had in a decade this year??lol i am clueless on their current situation, but i do know their recruiting efforts on the OL has been pretty laughable lately
their line will be good this year. They will graduate 4 starters and the lack of recruiting will start to show.
Help me out ... what makes your OL ridiculously good? Or your coach? How can an OL coach who can't seem to recruit OL very effectively be considered good?
thats exactly what i told him.all i said was they might be good this year but i bet after this year they wont be. if they have 4 seniors they prolly will have a good line this year, cant wait til next year when our O line and D line are both matured.our D line will own their O line and our O line vs their D line will be a pretty good match up.cant wait!
You can be considered a good coach and still lack in the recruiting side of things. Especially when you're talking about position coaches.
Not only that, they all were recruited by Tressel. How does a good OL recruited by the Vest have anything to do with this thread?
Not in college. IMO the top college coaches have to be able to recruit as well as coach the position. This ain't the NFL. You can't go out into free agency and grab fully developed talent as necessary. You need to be able to identify talent at the HS level, successfully recruit that talent to come to your school and develop that talent. If you can only do one of the three, you aren't going to be very successful at the college level.
hahahaha because after this year of being good, they wont be so good! #scraps #NoOline
Ed Warriner Offensive Line coach of the year according to football scoop. That's how you can be considered a good OL coach. Who cares if he didn't recruit these guys, he developed four different OL into being either on the all big ten team or honorable mentions. There's no denying he's a beast coach.
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