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  Taylor Graham and Roderick Smith Commit to Ohio State
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><b><a href="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/1517183c21f0_11C78/Roderick%20Smith%20Camp%202009_2.jpg"><img style="border-width: 0px; display: inline;" title="Roderick Smith Camp 2009" alt="Roderick Smith Camp 2009" src="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/1517183c21f0_11C78/Roderick%20Smith%20Camp%202009_thumb.jpg" border="0" height="223" width="244"></a> </b></p> <h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong>Graham and Smith Commit</strong></font></h1> <p>Ohio State made a nice splash in recruiting while filling some future holes in the offense this past week by getting early commitments for the 2010 football class.</p> <p>By Pete Quint</p> <p><b></b></p> <p><b>Roderick Smith</b></p> <p>Running back Roderick Smith of Fort Wayne, Indiana has both power and speed and is considered "a potential early impact player" by recruiting analyst Bill Kurelic but I have a hard time seeing early playing time. Smith will have a tough time cracking the starting line-up in 2010 with Junior Boom Herron and Senior Brandon Saine at the top of the depth chart while Jaamal Berry (for now), Jordan Hall and Carlos Hyde will be sophomores in 2010 barring any redshirting. Smith’s large frame (6-2, 220) will definitely afford him touches in a Jim Tressel lead offensive attack but Hyde (6-0, 225) sports a similar size while Berry has been compared to Reggie Bush. With the depth at running back, the Bucks would be wise to redshirt Smith in 2010.</p><p>Film: <a style="font-weight: bolder; font-size: 14px; color: rgb(0, 102, 0);" href="http://efilmroom.com/VideoVault/VideoVaultDetails/tabid/749/smid/1538/ArticleID/837/reftab/305/Default.aspx" title="RB Roderick Smith Is Explosive – Highlights" rel="bookmark">RB Roderick Smith Is Explosive – Highlights</a> (Warning: Slight Profanity)</p> <p><b>Taylor Graham</b></p> <p>Quarterback Taylor Graham is the son of former Ohio State quarterback Kent Graham (88-91) and committed to OSU without an official visit. While Graham might not be the blue chip quarterback Buckeye fans have gotten used to in recent years, he has the size (6-4, 214) and lineage to make a name for himself as a Buckeye.</p> <p>I love legacy players and to see another Graham on the field will be a special treat, however, I’m wondering why Ohio State went for a pro-style quarterback? The Buckeyes had great success with Craig Krenzel but since then all the successful Ohio State quarterbacks have been mobile and athletic. Reverting to a particular type of quarterback that doesn’t seem to work under the Tressel regime seems like a step back.</p> <p><b>Keep on keepin’ on</b></p> <p>It’s a long way to 2010 and recruiting hasn’t even begun to warm up so it’s not time to panic. The Bucks will get the horses they need, we just have to give them time.</p><div class="feedflare">
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  Analysis: Ex Buckeye Gholston has 4 games to prove his value.
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong><a href="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/AnalysisExBuckeyeGholstonhas4gamestopro_10E70/Vernon%20Gholston%20-%20Jets_2.jpg"><img title="Vernon Gholston - Jets" style="border-width: 0px; display: inline;" alt="Vernon Gholston - Jets" src="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/AnalysisExBuckeyeGholstonhas4gamestopro_10E70/Vernon%20Gholston%20-%20Jets_thumb.jpg" border="0" width="156" height="209"></a> </strong></font></h1> <h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong>Analysis: Ex Buckeye Gholston has 4 games to prove his value. </strong></font></h1> <p>Jet OLB Vernon Gholston will have the inside track to start the first 4 games of the 09 season because incumbent starter Calvin Pace has been suspended by the league for a violation of the drug policy. Gholston has not enjoyed the success he had at OSU in his first year as a pro. The vicious New York media have long ago branded Gholston a draft bust. </p> <p>By Bill Smith</p> <p>His problems began with a hold out typical for the 6<sup>th</sup> player selected in the first round of the 08 draft. The change of roles has been harder for Gholston than anyone expected. Last year he was tentative against the run and pass when standing up as a LB. He was much more effective at the down end position on passing situations when the Jets went to a 4-3. </p> <p>It looks like he is thinking too much before he moves. Usually more tape work helps but he is not showing the football instincts that made him a college All American. The linebacker position is anything but natural for him. He still is a factor in rushing the passer. He can command a double team and help other defenders get the sack. He still rushes too upright. He has not mastered dropping the shoulder and using his speed to get under the tackle and get to the QB. He also spends too much time hand fighting with the lineman. If the lineman gets a hold on him, he struggles to get away and resume the rush. </p> <p>Adding to his concerns is a new style defense brought in this year by the new coaching staff. New head coach Rex Ryan brings a much more aggressive defense to the Jets. That should help Gholston who too often under Mangini's system was forced into coverage rather than rushing the QB. </p> <p>Gholston has the preseason and 4 regular season games to take the job away from Pace. I doubt he will do it. I expected a lot more when he was drafted by the Jets. This is the time for him to step up and show the league that he deserved to be the 6<sup>th</sup> pick overall. </p> <p>That's what I think. Tell me what you think. </p> <p>Bill Smith is a former coach of several semi-pro teams, has officiated both football and basketball, done color on radio for college football and basketball and has scouted talent. He is a senior writer for <u><a href="http://nfldraftdog.com/">http://NFLDraftDog.com</a></u><u><a href="http://nfldraftdog.com/"> </a></u>and edits <u><a href="http://fryingpansports.com/">http://fryingpansports.com</a></u>. He has also published several novels on <u><a href="http://www.ebooks-library/Contemporary/Author.cfm?AuthorID=1003">http://www.eBooks-Library/Contemporary/Author.cfm?AuthorID=1003</a></u> and edits <u><a href="http://fryingpanpolitics.blog.com/">http://fryingpanpolitics.blog.com.</a></u></p><div class="feedflare">
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  Stoneburner Transitioning to Tight End
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

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<h1 style="margin-right: 0px;"><font size="2" face="Times New Roman">When Jake Stoneburner arrived at Ohio State for spring practice in 2008, the Dublin Coffman graduate hoped to compete for playing time at receiver and insert himself as another weapon in the OSU offense.</font></h1>
<p><font size="2" face="Times New Roman">By Mark Silverman</font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Times New Roman">Things have changed.</font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Times New Roman">After Stoneburner was forced to redshirt last season due to a stress fracture in his right shin, the coaching staff determined that tight end was a better fit for the freshman. Stoneburner came to campus at 6-foot-5 and 225 pounds. He has gained almost 20 pounds since, but still has the speed of a wideout.</font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Times New Roman">The Buckeyes should benefit from the transition as production at the tight end position has deteriorated since 2003. The duo of Ben Hartsock and Ryan Hamby made a combined 51 catches that season and there has been a lack of a short passing game ever since.</font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Times New Roman">Stoneburner brings a skill set to tight end that has been vacant since the departure of Rickey Dudley following the 1995 season. Not that Stoneburner should be compared to Dudley in this stage of his career, but the athleticism and potential is worth mentioning.</font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Times New Roman">Although the blocking aspect of his game is unproven, Stoneburner’s speed should enable him to separate from linebackers and find holes in the middle of the field. What could separate Stoneburner from previous OSU tight ends is yards gained after the catch. </font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Times New Roman">Assuming he stays healthy, Stoneburner has a chance to showcase his speed and agility at tight end and modernize the position to a level that Ohio State fans aren’t accustomed to seeing. </font></p>
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  Christian Bryant, Glenville Recruit Heading to Ohio State?
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><a href="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/ChristianBryant_14611/Christian%20Bryant_2.jpg"><img style="border-width: 0px; display: inline;" title="Christian Bryant" alt="Christian Bryant" src="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/ChristianBryant_14611/Christian%20Bryant_thumb.jpg" border="0" width="244" height="138"></a> </p> <h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong>Christian Bryant, Glenville Recruit Heading to Ohio State?</strong></font></h1> <p>Another great recruit from Cleveland Glenville could be heading to Ohio State for 2010 in cornerback Christian Bryant. Bryant is a top 250 national recruit according to Rivals.com and the top 12 recruit at his position. The Ted Ginn Sr. product would be following over a dozen Tarblodders down to Columbus to be a Buckeye since Jim Tressel took over the program.</p> <p>By Steve Patterson</p> <h2><font size="2"><strong>Many Offers</strong></font></h2> <p>The 4 star recruit has offers from many of the top programs in the country including Illinois, Iowa, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee, and West Virginia to name a few. We asked Bryant about his ability on the field that has received so much attention. “My vision on the field, how I read plays before they develop, how I pursue to the ball, an how I attack the ball when its in the air.” he explained to us.</p> <h2><font size="2"><strong>Impressive Junior Year</strong></font></h2> <p>Like most Tarblodders, Bryant is a team player above all. ”Traveling and bounding with my team for four years would be the highlight of my high school career so far.” he feels. But his individual statistics as a junior stand out. ”I just know my defense and special teams stats. Defense- 54 tackles, 3 interceptions, 1 Forced Fumble, an 1 TD from an interception. Special teams- 2 Kick Returns, 94 Yards, and a blocked field goal for a TD.” he reported when we inquired.</p> <h2><font size="2"><strong>Taking His Time</strong></font></h2> <p>Bryant is taking his time with the recruiting process as he has yet to setup a visit. But he knows one school he will take a look at when he begins the process. “When I schedule my visits, Ohio State will be one I’ll attend.” But he does know what he wants in a college for when he does focus on his selection. ”I am looking at the academics, how the coaches interact with the players, how I fit in the defensive schemes, nice facilities, a winning mentality, and the overall chemistry of the football program as a whole.” </p> <p>He feels that all schools that have offered him a scholarship are pursuing his services vigorously. ”All schools that have offered are showing interest at this point.” He doesn’t have a leader at this time but does give a slight hint as to his leaning. ”I really don’t have a leading school at this time. But what I am looking for in a school might help this question..”</p><div class="feedflare">
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  Anthony Gonzales has Hall of Fame Sized Shoes to Fill
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<H1><FONT color=#cc0000 size=2><STRONG><A href="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/AnthonyGonzaleshasHallofFameSizedShoesto_B599/Anthony%20Gonzalez_2.jpg"><IMG title="Anthony Gonzalez" style="BORDER-TOP-WIDTH: 0px; DISPLAY: inline; BORDER-LEFT-WIDTH: 0px; BORDER-BOTTOM-WIDTH: 0px; BORDER-RIGHT-WIDTH: 0px" height=263 alt="Anthony Gonzalez" src="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/AnthonyGonzaleshasHallofFameSizedShoesto_B599/Anthony%20Gonzalez_thumb.jpg" width=197 border=0></A> </STRONG></FONT></H1>
<H1><FONT color=#cc0000 size=2><STRONG>Anthony Gonzales has Hall of Fame Sized Shoes to Fill</STRONG></FONT></H1>
<P>Ex-Buckeye WR Anthony Gonzales will move from the 3<SUP>rd</SUP> receiver spot he played last year to the 2<SUP>nd</SUP> receiver position to replace certain Hall of Fame receiver Marvin Harrison. Harrison will be 37 by the start of the regular season and was a salary cap casualty this off season. He is still a free agent. </P>
<P>By Bill Smith</P>
<P>Moving on changes a year or two early is now standard operating procedure for the Colts. Harrison was hurt much of 07 and age and previous injuries have robbed him of his speed. Last year he started 15 games but caught only 60 balls for 6.7 yards and 5 TDs. As the 3<SUP>rd</SUP> receiver in 08 Gonzo caught 57 ball for 664 yards and 4 TDs. Gonzo brings some of the same assets to the lineup that Harrison did but also lacks the one key asset—a Vulcan style mind meld with QB Payton Manning. </P>
<P>Both Harrison and Gonzales run very precise patterns, recognize coverages and have outstanding body control going for the ball. At one time Harrison had above average speed. Gonzo has average speed but both have outstanding hands and will catch any ball they can touch. </P>
<P>Gonzo is a much better blocker than Harrison which comes from a run first mentality at OSU. No long run happens in the NFL without good blocking by the WRs. Gonzo is also 12 years younger than his predicesor and a lot cheaper. Harrison was reportedly scheduled to make over 5 million in 09. </P>
<P>Gonzo is as developed and polished a WR as has come out of college in several years. He understands coverages and can get open against man, zone or a combo cover system. He will be the underneath receiver while his running mate Reggie Wayne will be the deep threat. Gonzo will be a fantasy football steal this year and for years to come. </P>
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  RB Carlos Hyde to Sit in 2009
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

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<P><FONT color=#cc0000 size=2><STRONG>RB Carlos Hyde to Sit in 2009</STRONG></FONT>
<P>According to the Dispatch, RB Carlos Hyde of Naples, Florida will have to sit for the 2009 season. Hyde still plans on being a Buckeye but fell one point shy of the required ACT test score. Hyde will have to postpone his playing days as a Buckeye until January 2010.
<P>By Pete Quint
<P>At 6-1, 235, Hyde would have been the biggest running back in the OSU stable and certainly would have been in the mix when it cam to playing time. Boom Herron and a bulked up Brandon Saine will get the majority of carries and with the news that incoming freshman Jaamal Berry’s legal charges have been reduced the Buckeye backfield will be good if not great depending on the growth of the offensive line.
<P>In 2010, the Buckeyes have the luxury of two Clydesdale size running backs in Hyde and Fort Wayne, IN prospect Rod Smith (6-2, 220). Both players will bring a power running game to Ohio State that has brought the team so much recent success. </P><div class="feedflare">
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  Ex-Buckeye Peterson has a new position and new opportunity in Denver
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><b><a href="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/ExBuckeyePetersonhasanewpositionandnewop_DF6D/Kenny%20Peterson_2.jpg"><img title="Kenny Peterson" style="border-width: 0px; display: inline;" alt="Kenny Peterson" src="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/ExBuckeyePetersonhasanewpositionandnewop_DF6D/Kenny%20Peterson_thumb.jpg" border="0" width="247" height="186"></a> </b> </p><h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong>Ex-Buckeye Peterson has a new position and new opportunity in Denver</strong></font></h1> <p><b></b> </p><p>Kenny Peterson just wasn't big enough. That is a strange thing to say about a guy that is 6-3 and 300 pounds, but in the world of the NFL, he wasn't quite big enough to play DT or NT. Now that the Broncos are going to the 3-4, Peterson will take his 300 to DE and it should help his game and make him more effective. </p><p>By Bill Smith </p><p>Peterson started last year at DT and faced constant double teaming by the C and G. Despite the attention he managed to get 24 tackles and 3 sacks. Under new coach Josh McDaniels' more attack style 3-4, Peterson will be head up on the LG and is much less likely to be doubled as often. The C is going to be double teaming NT Marcus Thomas or Ron Fields and the LT will have problems of his own. </p><p>Star linebacker D.J. Williams will be Peterson's blitz buddy on the right. The new 3-4 will move all pro but too small and light DE Elvis Dumervil to outside linebacker on the left side. That combination should generate a lot more heat on the QB than the 4-3 did last year. </p><p>Peterson has good feet for a 300 pound player. His new position and responsibility should free him up to be more productive and the Bronco D needs all the production it can get. For the last few seasons, there has been no D in Denver. The Broncos have also added all pro SS Brian Dawkins which will help the D as well. Peterson should have a lot of help to bring the Denver D back to respectability. </p><p>That's what I think. Tell me what you think. </p><p><b>Bill Smith is a former coach of several semi-pro teams, has officiated both football and basketball, done color on radio for college football and basketball and has scouted talent. He is a senior writer for </b><a href="http://nfldraftdog.com/">http://NFLDraftDog.com</a><a href="http://nfldraftdog.com/"> </a><b>and edits </b><a href="http://fryingpansports.com/">http://fryingpansports.com</a><b>. He has also published several novels on </b><a href="http://www.ebooks-library/Contemporary/Author.cfm?AuthorID=1003">http://www.eBooks-Library/Contemporary/Author.cfm?AuthorID=1003</a><b> and edits </b><a href="http://fryingpanpolitics.blog.com">http://fryingpanpolitics.blog.com.</a></p><div class="feedflare">
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  Ballard, Coleman and Worthington to Represent Buckeyes at Big Ten Media Days
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

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<h1><strong><font color="#cc0000" size="2">Ballard, Coleman and Worthington to Represent Buckeyes at Big Ten Media Days</font></strong></h1>
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<p><font>With the upcoming Big Ten football media days scheduled for July 27 and July 28 in Chicago, tight end Jake Ballard, safety Kurt Coleman and defensive tackle Doug Worthington will be in attendance for the scarlet and gray. The three seniors are expected to be key contributors on a team that manyexpect to capture a fifth straight Big Ten championship.</font></p>
<p><font>By Mark Silverman</font></p>
<p><font>With just 20 receptions in his first three seasons, Ballard should have an opportunity for more production this season. The Ohio State offense is expected to rely on the tight ends to a greater extent than in recent years. Ballard could be the x-factor in what hopes to be an improved red zone offense.</font></p>
<p><font>Coleman has had a productive career at Ohio State, but it’s now time to crank it up a notch. We have seen flashes of his big-play potential, yet never on a consistent basis. The loss of linebacker James Laurinaitis to the NFL Draft opens the door for Coleman to assume leadership of the silver bullets.</font></p>
<p><font>Worthington, a fifth-year senior, will get a clean slate as the new season approaches. It was last July when he was arrested for driving under the influence and the 2008 campaign was never the same for Worthington. He has recovered well since the incident and will help anchor a defensive line that is capable of putting up big numbers.</font></p>
<p>Other Big Ten notables that are slated to appear include Illinois senior quarterback Juice Williams, Minnesota senior wideout Eric Decker and Penn State’s senior quarterback/linebacker duo of Darryl Clark and Sean Lee. The list of invitees includes 17 All-Big Ten selections from a year ago. Decker will represent all players when speaking at the kickoff luncheon on July 28.</p><div class="feedflare">
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  Transfer Boren to Provide Bruising Run Support
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong><a href="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/TransferBorentoProvideBruisingRunSupport_14664/Justin%20Boren%20Michigan_2.jpg"><img style="border-width: 0px; display: inline;" title="Justin Boren Michigan" alt="Justin Boren Michigan" src="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/TransferBorentoProvideBruisingRunSupport_14664/Justin%20Boren%20Michigan_thumb.jpg" border="0" height="244" width="131"></a> </strong></font></h1> <h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong>Transfer Boren to Provide Bruising Run Support</strong></font></h1> <p>Justin Boren transferred from Michigan. By now we’ve all heard the story, fed up with a change in culture and attitude with the arrival of Rich Rodriguez in Ann Arbor, Boren did the unthinkable, he transferred to arch rival Ohio State, shunning years of history and rivalry.</p> <p>By Eric Geier</p> <p>Good for us? It’s hard to know how to take it in, had a Buckeye transferred to Michigan he wouldn’t be allowed to show his face in Columbus, he would have to go into Osama bin Laden-like hiding. But alas, Justin Boren is here and he is here to stay. The 6 foot 3, 315 pound lineman has gained a reputation among the coaching staff as a no-nonsense hard worker. He has to be to keep up with the rest of the o-line. At 6 foot 3, he is the smallest of Ohio State’s lineman, with a wide frame to match. Much like a bowling ball, Boren goes full steam ahead, crashing and toppling opponents to the ground, always in search of the next person to block. His approach to blocking is exactly what the Buckeye offensive line needs to push forward to that second level and open up holes for the backs. </p> <p>As if Boren’s athleticism wasn’t enough to turn heads, the Pickerington native is bringing the swagger back to Columbus. Recently, ESPN.com’s Adam Rittenberg spoke with quarterback Terrelle Pryor. "He's nasty." Pryor said. "I like that. I don't know what it is. He's just going to fight for you all day and all game. I like that in Boren." Buckeye senior Jim Cordle added, “He's the strongest guy we've got on the team. You take a guy with the physical tools like that, and then he plays a little bit pissed off, which is kind of cool. It rubs off on everybody.”</p> <p>The new attitude Justin Boren is bringing to the Buckeyes is a welcome change compared to the past couple of years, dealing with a sometimes-uninspired Alex Boone and a half-hearted offensive line. It’s possible that the Ohio State offensive line has found a new leader from one of the most unexpected places, Ann Arbor, Michigan. </p><div class="feedflare">
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  Tressel and Tradition
Posted by: Steve - 09-28-2009, 11:36 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong><a href="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/TresselandTradition_EC32/Jim%20Tressel%20Spring%20Practice_2.jpg"><img title="Jim Tressel Spring Practice" style="border: 0px none ; display: inline;" alt="Jim Tressel Spring Practice" src="/Portals/0/images/%5BProvider%5D/%5BFolderFilePath%5D/WLW/TresselandTradition_EC32/Jim%20Tressel%20Spring%20Practice_thumb.jpg" border="0" width="161" height="204"></a> </strong></font></h1> <h1><font color="#cc0000" size="2"><strong>Tressel and Tradition</strong></font></h1> <p>Right now there are two different kinds of college football coaches, the first kind, the “innovators.” These are the coaches willing to create, try new things, and embrace innovation. Then the other side, the “traditionalists,” these are the coaches trying to ride out the fad while ignoring critics and fearing change. Guess which side coach Jim Tressel falls on?</p> <p>By Eric Geier </p><p>Since Tressels introduction as Ohio State football coach more than eight years ago, he has stuck with the outline that helped make Big Ten football a powerhouse, a strong run game, big offensive line, and a strong, stealthy defense. However, since his inception, the game has evolved. Gone are the 7-foot, 400 lb. behemoth lineman and the stand-in-the-pocket quarterbacks. Now coaches don’t want a player that can just pass the ball, they want a player that can run, pass, kick, and even make a tackle if need be. Tressel seems to have turned a cold shoulder to the changing landscape of college football. It was only last year when we saw him spread out the offense, albeit ineffectively, which begs the question, can Tressel the traditionalist compete in the ever-changing world of college football? </p><p>The tradition that is Ohio State football is taken seriously around Columbus, but Tressel is taking it as a personal mission to keep the tradition of Ohio State football alive. Someone once said, “He who is resistant to change, is destined to perish.” Tressel may not perish at the end of this season, but his lack of innovation will continue to be in the spotlight if he, and the team, continue to lose the big games. </p><p>After two National Championship losses and a beating courtesy of California-cool Pete Carroll and USC last season, Tressel’s stone monument in Columbus could crumble if he doesn’t show improvement this season. The USC game has been circled on the calendar since last season and it’s an understatement to say it’s a make or break game for Jim Tressel. A loss in The Shoe to USC should provoke outrage, not just from fans, but from our local media. The “we can get ‘em next time” attitude should disappear, its time for progression, if that means dumping Tressel at the end of the season, than so be it. </p><div class="feedflare">
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