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QB J.T. Barrett (B1G FOY, All American, Silver Football Award, 3x B1G QBOY)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Alumni' started by MD Buckeye, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. JCOSU86

    JCOSU86 I got something you can Boiler Up right here Staff Member

    I'm going to go with college only. B1G Freshman of the year, B1G player of the year, OSU MVP, etc, etc.

    He won a boatload of awards, whatever the case.
  2. Jagdaddy

    Jagdaddy Senior

    Jerry Ray Lucas (born March 30, 1940) is an American former basketball player and memory education expert. He was a nationally-awarded high school player, national college star at Ohio State, and 1960 gold medal Olympian and international player before starring as a professional player in the National Basketball Association (NBA). As a collegian, Lucas led the Ohio State Buckeyes to the 1960 college national championship and three straight NCAA finals. He remains today the only three-time Big Ten Player of the Year, and was also twice named NCAA Player of the Year"

    Note that he also won that Olympic gold medal while at Ohio State.
  3. martinss01

    martinss01 blissfully stupid

    technically i never said anyone on the team worshiped him or even liked him. what i actually said was if you asked any member of the team if they thought he were a savior or a worthless piece of garbage (like many seem to feel), which they would choose :wink:.

    nope. is there some amount of relevance in this question or were you just curious about my opinion here?

    has nothing to do with emotion and everything to do with fact. in 2014 we were without question one of the top 4 teams in the country and he knew it and he said it publicly. after the wisky game we were at best a bubble team that had a chance if we got the right matchups. he knew what his team was and what they were capable of. if you look at the statements objectively, he told you exactly what he thought of his teams capabilities those years. i can't argue with his assessments to date honestly.

    or it could be that wilson came in later than you would like an oc to do AND it was his first year being an oc after being a head coach for literally years. he had an entire roster to get to know and figure out how to properly utilize. further he had a crazy young team. youth and or inexperience at literally every position not c and qb..? last year was just the first date. i refuse to grade wilson until after this season.

    as far as meyer hamstringing wilson somehow. that's just silly. if wilson doesn't have the balls to stand up to literally anyone in college football after the success he has had he's in the wrong line of work. im just waiting for people to start telling me he intimidated schiano into staying at tOSU.
  4. OhioState001

    OhioState001 Tressel Loyalist

    Signed with Colts
  5. jakenick06

    jakenick06 Junior

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  6. Buckeye1

    Buckeye1 Senior

    I personally think the NO Saints would be a better choice for him. Good luck to him though.
    OHSportsFan likes this.
  7. hsfolk

    hsfolk Rookie

  8. hsfolk

    hsfolk Rookie

  9. Dryden

    Dryden Sober as Sarkisian Staff Member Tech Admin

  10. MaxBuck

    MaxBuck 2014 National Champions!

    Is it common for UFAs with supposedly no NFL skills to get 3 year contracts?

    Serious question; I really don't know.
    Thump likes this.
  11. Yes, because the contracts are for the minimum and not guaranteed beyond any signing bonus (which could be nothing or a few grand for UDFAs). So there's no risk for the team. If the player makes the team and contributes he will get playing time bonuses from the NFL's performance pay fund but the team isn't on the hook for anything beyond the minimums for in-season weeks the player is on the roster.
  12. TampaBuckeyes

    TampaBuckeyes Senior

    That was my question. So he’s making somewhere in the neighborhood of 10-12k a week for as long as he’s on the roster?
  13. AKAK

    AKAK Mayor of Turkey Balls Falls Staff Member Bookie

    Without looking it would be something along the line of 450K/16 per week (unless they divide it by 17, but whatever that ends up, like 30K per week.)
    BuckeyeTranspla likes this.
  14. If I'm reading the NFL wage scale right, it would be something like 3 years at 480k/570k/660k and I believe it is prorated weekly over a 17 week season since players get paid for the bye week. The practice squad would be closer to 10k per week than 30ish, but teams technically can offer higher than the minimum to practice squad players to keep them from signing with other teams. Some teams have paid practice squad players the same as active rookies. But you see a lot of guys, especially the 6th/7th/UDFA marginal roster guys (many Buckeye alums of recent years included), who spend part of a season on the roster and part of it on the squad, changing teams multiple times, etc. Then you've got split contracts for guys on IR, waived with injury settlements, etc. It can get fairly complicated but for the most part the team has a lot of control the first 3-4 years and it's all some level of a prorated minimum salary. Even some of the higher drafted guys are on pretty much the same salary but they get higher signing bonuses and longer contracts/options.
    OHSportsFan likes this.
  15. hsfolk

    hsfolk Rookie

    after today, I wouldn't be surprised if JT pushed Tom Savage off the roster

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