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Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 8:14 AM (permalink)
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Can't wait to see how much this offense doesn't work in the Big 10
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 9:15 AM (permalink)
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Should be interesting.  osu fans clamored on for three years talking about how the spread would NEVER work in the B1G with any consistency when RR came in.  Now the spread is the greatest offense in the history of the world because they are going to run it.
 
 

 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 9:36 AM (permalink)
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I don't know, I still have nightmares about Dennis Dixon from this game 
 

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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 10:07 AM (permalink)
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Doesn't work in the cold/bad weather.
 
Can't come from behind.
 
Have to be able to "just line up and run it"
 
Blah, blah, blah. Can't wait to watch the back tracking. Same exact stuff got said when Meyer first took the Florida job. That "gimmick" offense will never work in the SEC, defenses too good, too fast................
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 10:47 AM (permalink)
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Yep, this will never work in the 'big bad Big 10'.  Any offense can work anywhere if you have talent who can execute and good coaching.  Meyer will have both-no denying it.

 
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 10:58 AM (permalink)
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 Yep, this will never work in the 'big bad Big 10'.  Any offense can work anywhere if you have talent who can execute and good coaching.  Meyer will have both-no denying it.

 
But will he have the offensive talent to run this out of the gate? I'm not so sure.
 
I *love* the offense but people on Ohio will get itchy if he doesn't win 15 game a year 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 11:22 AM (permalink)
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So much for all that talk about incorporating the I-form and power running game. Gotta wonder if Brionte will end up having buyer's remorse. Perhaps this explains why Robert Foster dropped OSU from consideration so suddenly after his unoffical visit there a couple weeks back (Foster is rumored to prefer more of a pro style offense).
 
 
I'm sure that Urban will do quite well eventually. He's a good coach and an outstanding recruiter.
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 11:34 AM (permalink)
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So much for all that talk about incorporating the I-form and power running game. Gotta wonder if Brionte will end up having buyer's remorse. Perhaps this explains why Robert Foster dropped OSU from consideration so suddenly after his unoffical visit there a couple weeks back (Foster is rumored to prefer more of a pro style offense).


I'm sure that Urban will do quite well eventually. He's a good coach and an outstanding recruiter.

 
Buckeye fans are already spinning that Urb dropped Foster because apparently Foster was all about only football and not at all about academics.  To me, that would make him a perfect fit for Urb and Ohio...
 
After all, Ohio never loses recruits?!  Urb just picks and chooses whoever he wants... 

 

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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 1:43 PM (permalink)
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TK23Blue

Yep, this will never work in the 'big bad Big 10'.  Any offense can work anywhere if you have talent who can execute and good coaching.  Meyer will have both-no denying it.


But will he have the offensive talent to run this out of the gate? I'm not so sure.

I *love* the offense but people on Ohio will get itchy if he doesn't win 15 game a year 

That's definitely the question for this year.  I don't think he has anywhere near what he wants but the problem is the fact that he will.  And a lot sooner than later I would guess.  But you're absolutely right-will he EVER cheat...er....win enough for the Bucknuts?  And god help him if he loses to Hoke at the shoe next year.   

 
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 4:04 PM (permalink)
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TK23Blue

Yep, this will never work in the 'big bad Big 10'.  Any offense can work anywhere if you have talent who can execute and good coaching.  Meyer will have both-no denying it.


But will he have the offensive talent to run this out of the gate? I'm not so sure.

I *love* the offense but people on Ohio will get itchy if he doesn't win 15 game a year 

Thankfully no. Meyer whiffed on the two big play WRs that he wanted and O$U doesn't have close to the amount of overall team speed on offense that Meyer wants. Our defense should be up to snuff by the team Meyer is able to bring in all the pieces that he wants.
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 4:10 PM (permalink)
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So much for all that talk about incorporating the I-form and power running game. Gotta wonder if Brionte will end up having buyer's remorse. Perhaps this explains why Robert Foster dropped OSU from consideration so suddenly after his unoffical visit there a couple weeks back (Foster is rumored to prefer more of a pro style offense).


I'm sure that Urban will do quite well eventually. He's a good coach and an outstanding recruiter.

If guys like Mikel Leshoure, LeGarrette Blount, and others can excel in similar offenses I don't see why Brionte couldn't. Meyer ran plenty of power with Tebow, just sub Brionte into that role and its off to the races.
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 5:52 PM (permalink)
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I sure hope they dont turn into a true Oregon style offense.......Man oh man can they score some points. I mean, I have faith in GM and Hoke, and we got some great talent at LB coming in, but I really hope they fail at their mock attempt. ANd I hope they fail big time.
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 9:38 PM (permalink)
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Fundamental football beats the spread, the defense knowing its assignments is the key to stopping it...
 
                      
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 9:49 PM (permalink)
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oh and I HATED it when Michigan switched to the " hurry up" in RR's first year.. OHIO fans are not going to enjoy that lol.. 
 
Plus isnt that going to be hard for OSU's offensive line the first year?? Aren't they more of a "power-line" group?
                      
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Thursday, April 19, 2012 9:49 PM (permalink)
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I don't care what offense they run, they are nowhere near having the personnel needed. They have no athletes on offense and the OL is learning new blocking techniques. It's going to be a sh*t show in CBus this season.

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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Friday, April 20, 2012 9:43 AM (permalink)
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This offense blows. tO$U will find out like Michigan did the spread is not Big10 friendly.
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Friday, April 20, 2012 10:14 AM (permalink)
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I don't know, I still have nightmares about Dennis Dixon from this game 



 
Thank god our DC is much better now than it was for that game!  

 

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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Friday, April 20, 2012 10:31 AM (permalink)
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I dare say the current coaching staff will not allow stats like that to occure.
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Friday, April 20, 2012 10:38 AM (permalink)
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I don't care what offense they run, they are nowhere near having the personnel needed. They have no athletes on offense and the OL is learning new blocking techniques. It's going to be a sh*t show in CBus this season.

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So they will be running a zone blocking now? And in a pro-style whats that kind of blocking called?
And your right, I mean Miller is pretty damn good  but besides him I didnt see that WOW player, hes going to be great someday like in years past...
                      
 
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Re:Ohio State offense modeled after Oregon Friday, April 20, 2012 10:44 AM (permalink)
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This offense blows. tO$U will find out like Michigan did the spread is not Big10 friendly.




 
 
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