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Glenville vs. WGH....

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Buckskin86, Sep 2, 2004.

  1. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

    and Jamario vs. MM on Saturday night!!!

  2. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

  3. ShakerBuck

    ShakerBuck Junior

    not only did mario have a good game, but apparantly Jemario had no chnace in stopping him. An d they eventually moved him to Safety during the 1st half.

    Does anyone think he may be better suited for Safety at OSU. His video highlights were impressive, but mostly of him at the safety position if I remember correctly.
  4. bukIpower

    bukIpower Senior


    Yes, Maybe it sounds like he's not as comfortable at corner than he is at Saftey. When I saw the film he just would straight up kill people when they where coming across the middle. I don't know if he likes Cornerback or not, but if you get beat up like that against a kid who's definatly a college player maybe you should think things over. Plus, if you're that big and fast 205 pounds and a 4.4 forty. Maybe he'd be better suited at safty. If he does stay at corner I think he'll turn it around, and if he doesn't I say he'll be the best saftey in the counrty IMO. So either way we're still getting and exceptional athlete with tremendous skills. Also is he coming in early next year?
  5. buckhunter

    buckhunter Newbie


    Let's keep in mind that every recruit can have a bad game!
  6. BuckBackHome

    BuckBackHome Wolverine is largest member of weasel family

    Possibly the best comment in this whole thread. Players have good games and bad games, just like the rest of us have good and bad days.
  7. methomps

    methomps an imbecility, a stupidity without name

    Or good and bad field goal kickers
  8. IronBuckI

    IronBuckI Calmer than you are.

    Remember that O'neal is coming to tOSU. We seem to be doing pretty well at the DB position, for the next couple of years. Jamario won't be pressed into playing, either safety or corner, until he's ready. By the time he hits the shoe as a starter, the coaches will have fixed quite a few of the problems he had this weekend.
  9. ShakerBuck

    ShakerBuck Junior

    I wonder how this performance will effect the respective rnakings of both Manningham and O'Neal?

    Manningham showed up huge in a very high profile game against one of the highest rated DBs in the country
  10. WestEnd

    WestEnd look ma no shoelaces, and I'm down with the KIIING

    ... And also that Manningham is considered one of the top WR's in the NATION this year. You gotta give the kid his due for taking control of a game with a 94 yd TD catch, followed by a 50 yd pick 6 to win the game. He single handidly did Glenville in, and they are no slouches at all on Defense. Maybe Manningham is just that good, and it's tough to see that as a buckeye fan considering he's a UM commit.

    I'd say that Manningham proved he was one of the elite players in the country, but not that O'neal isn't a great recruit.
  11. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    Uh, O'Neal is the #2 CB and #9 player overall in the NATION, while Manningham is the#6 WR and #56 player overall per Rivals, so you figure that O'Neal could've hung better with Manningham. Yet, without having seen the game ourselves, we really shouldn't get all wrapped up over this. One of Manningham's TDs was on a slant according to one article...the slant is hard to defend especially if the defender is screened/picked.

    Keep in mind that if one of our WR commits had that huge a game against a DB committed to Michigan, we'd be all over it.
  12. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    Those long TD catches tell me that JO wasn't alone in fault here...

    I don't know enough about WGH's offense to tell you one way or another but I would guess they were in Man Free...where is the safety? Had to be some great downfield blocking from the WRs
  13. WestEnd

    WestEnd look ma no shoelaces, and I'm down with the KIIING

    We all know that at best ranking recruits is just a ballpark approximation of how they stack up and more often than not players that are under-estimated / under-hyped end up being the best players. #2,#6,#56,#9 .... ok, great ... Larry Fitzgerald was the #51 juco player before his freshman year. So really, whoever the #2 CB was that year really oughta have been able to hang with him, I guess.

    All I'm saying is that Manningham may be much,much better than alot of people thought. So one of the TD's he caught was on a slant. What are you trying to take away from this kid? He absolutely torched a good team with a good players and a good coach, and singlehandedly brought them back from 2 scores down in the 4th quarter. He's real good.
  14. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    I wouldnt get to caught up in Jamario vs MM, because its a team game, I didnt see the game, but if I had to bet on it, I would probably say that both are good to great players.....they will both be impact players in the Big Ten in the next few years..

  15. NJ-Buckeye

    NJ-Buckeye They Hate Us cuz They Ain't Us.. Banners are good Staff Member

    anyone without a bit of concern is not being up front.. we wanted/expected a shut-down performance.. and since this has direct OSU-Michigan game of the future impact... the concern is even higher

    We expected Jamario to dominate... great players play great in great games...

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