Thinking of a Montgomery Gentry song, BSB staffer Marcus Hartman is reminded that sometimes we can't…
Buckeye Offense Sporting New Look
It would have taken a lot more than a magic 8-ball, an Ouija board and a trip to the local oracle to predict just what the Ohio State offense would look like after four games of the 2008 season. The Buckeyes, predicted to contend for a national title thanks to the steady leadership of quarterback Todd Boeckman, the exploits of tailback Chris Wells and the smooth play of senior wideout Brian Robiskie, instead have seen a bit of a youth movement at many offensive spots for one reason or another. The team's leading rusher is Boom Herron, the top statistical wideout is junior fourth-stringer Ray Small and the quarterback, for all intents and purposes, is true freshman Terrelle Pryor. Suffice it to say that getting odds on that tandem of occurrences would have been tough luck in Las Vegas before the season. "That's what college football is all about is just adjusting, moving on," said Jim Cordle, who has seen some upheaval of his own with a move to left guard. "We have injuries and...
3,143 Fans online
- Something to watch for in the game on Saturday...
- Depth Chart Released
- WR Van Jefferson to announce tomorrow.
- If you could change history what 2 games would you change
- OT: USC CB Josh Shaw (This is fantastic)