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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Thoros of Beer, Jan 1, 2022.
lol I didn’t realize it was a different crop of the same pic.
i was just about to say, you guys really look alike are you brothers?
Cucking Voodoo wasn't as fun as I hoped, I changed it.
And your new DC is historically a slow starter.
You guys will win, and likely by two scores, but I think we challenge that line for sure. Something like 38-24.
I'm not sure, but his daughter stayed in a boarding house less than a mile from where I live now that is now the location of Mount Notre Dame High School. She was there as the confederate general John Hunt Morgan and his raiders rode right past the place not knowing who was there.
There's your fun Sherman fact for the evening.
was he the original sherminator?
alright I am going to sleep, sorry
He was born in Lancaster Ohio.
Ohio is best.
The issue with our defense is whether the young guys from 2021 improve to 2022, and having competent coaching.
We started a true freshman as our CB1 (Burke) and he was really good in 2021. If he becomes a lockdown guy in 2022, I don’t see your WR corps as deep enough to hit away from him.
Also, the other starter at CB returns (Brown), along with a starting safety (Hickman), a 2021 starter lost for that year with injury at safety (Proctor), and a transfer starter from Okla State at safety (McCallister).
The secondary is solid.
On the DL, we have three 2021 true freshmen who either will be starting or will split significant snaps at DT (Williams), DE Tuimoloau, and DE (Sawyer). Williams was second on the team in sacks in 2021 and the DEs were top-10 overall recruits who played well.
Linebacker is a huge concern with me, but everyone else on our side seems fine with the returning starters.
On paper, we should be a lot better than we have been.
Team I'm not fine with our returning starting linebackers. They stink.
Ahh, the old "we're bringing back a mediocre unit, but they're a year older so they won't be mediocre now" post. Maybe us ND and OSU fans have even more in common than we think
Let's give them a chance without a stinky LB coach
Yeah, no trade backs with Notre Dame on Al Washington.
Wow big loss. Went from an easy Irish win to a Buckeye win, congrats Bucks.
We’d lend you some receivers but we hardly have any ourselves.
Us getting scorched by a Buckeye walk-on is really going to add insult to injury
Walk on WR vs K converted to CB
Just the matchup we’ve all been waiting for
C-Rat will destroy that kicker/cb
He's right and should say it. We shouldn't even show up at the Shoe. 'Grats, Bucks
He’s a troll
This is not funny
How does this guy have 42,000 followers?
I’m pretty sure I saw Rodney at the Grove City Wal-Mart before
We have a lot of idiots in the fan base
Bots are cheap
I live amongst OSU fans and all I have to say is … LOL.
that being said our OSU posters are of the highest quality.
Highest quality of what? Ben Shapiro listeners?
I'm hearing there is an absence of leadership in the OSU locker room. Some strife over certain captains being named and not others. Lots of hurt feelings.
With the Avery Dennis injury, what is the situation at skill positions? Is it:
True frosh Tobias Merriweather
Or one of the 27 four star or better TEs we have
you guys will be seeing a lot of 2-3 TE sets
and two RB sets
…which also happens to be the next thinnest position on the team
Estime is thick
You guys saw the defensive scheme run by our new DC Knowles in your bowl game. None of us have any real idea how that looks here with our personnel until we see it.
It’s kind of shocking that Notre Dame attempted 68 passes the last time you saw this scheme.
i can assure you that will not be the case this time around.
I don’t know how much can be taken from our 2021 failures on defense, given the overhaul of staff, but our aggregate rush defense numbers are masked by a few great games and then terrible ones.
Overall, the aggregate numbers on the season look good because we had a 9 game stretch from 9/18 to 11/20 where we held every opponent under 113 yards rushing.
Minnesota, Oregon, Michigan and Utah all went over 200. We were a bad rush defense against good running teams with the exception of MSU who had to abandon the run because we had 49 points at half.
Our OL was incapable of establishing the LOS in the run game last year.
That has supposedly flipped 180 since Harry Hiestand’s return.
The Oregon and Utah numbers are pumped up by a long rush TD in each game, but we really didn’t stop the run aside from the long ones anyway.
Michigan dominated us up front. No way to sugar coat that.
i personally take very little from it. it has less to do with them thinking it's osu's weakness as opposed to nd's strength. coan was a statue and the offense was incredibly one dimensional. they're going to do something totally different with buchner imo
Bowl game results usually do not matter at all
ND had opt outs, a bunch of injuries, and half a coaching staff vs Okie State it was a bizarre game almost as bizarre as checks notes the Rose Bowl
i think he was referring to this, sir.
So old it's not even in HD
shit i don't even want to look at highlights from our 2009 WS title ...probably got black strips on the side of the screen
You didn't have hd in 2015?