Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Ohio State v Nebraska 2017


Ohio State football team was famous due to its highly offensive mode of playing. The teams attacking display was so good such that there was little to worry when it came to their defense. Game statistics show just how superior Ohio State was against their opponents Nebraska.
Going by the statistics, this week's success rate of was the second best since the year 2014. The efficiency of the side's game play is further reinforced by the eight touchdowns made against their opponents.
One of the key team players is J.T Barrett who made a remarkable five touchdowns at a completion rate of 82 percent. The player also has a 72 percent completion rate having successfully made 99 out of a possible 137 passes. However, Penn states defense is the best they will have to face this season.
However, the Chaos week 2017 shows that keeping up a solid performance for a full season can be a daunting task.
It is common for a weak defense to frustrate an offensive-minded team, this is evidenced by the fact that four top teams suffered losses in week 7.
The entire game play of Ohio state has witnessed a few improvements due to more emphasis on build-up play. This fact is supported by J.T.'s increased attempts to throw risky passes. Barrett's performance against Nebraska saw him achieve a 76 percent success rate in passing as well as a mind-boggling 27 percent explosive rate.
Another key player has been Dobbins who is famous for his explosive runs. Despite the fact that he managed only a dozen carries a game since they played against Indiana, he still ranks number 15 in the yards per game attribute.
Ohio State vs. Nebraska| Highlights | FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Devontae Dobbs Ponders His Options


Devontae Dobbs, the five star offensive tackle, will visit the Buckeyes on Saturday. The top rated OT will attend one of Ohio State's biggest matches this season.
Now that Wednesday has arrived, it is only a few days until the number two Ohio State faces the number five Oklahoma Sooners, for a battle of teams ranked in the top five.
Urban Meyer has already held his press conference for the week, and given his thoughts about the match. However, as the student/athletes and coaches get ready for the match, there's another contest to be fought: recruitment. A plethora of talent will descend on Columbus at the weekend, and this includes the number one OT in the class of 2019.
A Match Between the Best Schools Attracts the Best Talent
Devontae Dobbs, the five star offensive tackle (Belleville, MI) has been on the radar of the Buckeye's recruitment scouts. The prospect for 2019 attended the Friday Evening Lights event held by OSU in the summer, and Ohio State have been competing with Michigan Wolverines to snag the prospect.

Bill Kurelic  wrote an article confirming that Dobbs will attend the Saturday match. For Ohio State, this is extremely significant news. Urban Meyer's team has its' first opportunity of the season to speak with the number one Michigan prospect. All being well, Meyer and his team will make some progress at the college football season's biggest match. After the visit is over, we will keep you updated about any news regarding Dobbs and Ohio State.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Gareon Conley Is A Suspect In An Investigation of Sexual Assault

Hotel suite living room in the Doubletree Hote...
Hotel suite living room in the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Columbus, Ohio. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Gareon Conley, a Former Ohio State corner back, has been named a suspect in a sexual assault investigation.

Recent news reported that the incident took place at a hotel in Cleveland two weeks ago, but only said that a known first round NFL Draft prospect was involved in the incident. The past 24 hours have been full of speculation because of how the news was initially reported.

According to the police report, a 23 year old woman is accusing Gareon Conley of trying to force her to have a sexual encounter in the bathroom of a hotel suite on April 9. The police also interviewed two more individuals, who identified as friends of Conley, at the hotel suite. The woman, however, refused to speak to the police after going to a local hospital.

A Cleveland Police Department spokesperson told reporters that no warrant has been delivered and no formal charges were filed against Conley. The Cleveland Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit continues the sexual assault investigation. The department has not released further information.

Conley attended Massillon Washington High School before his three years in Columbus and worked out in the Cleveland area prior to the draft. He became a regular for Ohio State's 2016 College Football Playoff team and had been considered a first round 2017 NFL Draft pick.

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