Found September 06, 2012 on
Latavius Murray was the starting back heading into the season, but former Hurricanes back Storm Johnson is slated to start this game and get the majority of the carries with Murray nursing a minor injury (ankle).
That isn’t the best of news for the Knights since they could use a power back against the Buckeyes defensive front, which is one of the best in the country.
Johnathank Hankins is listed as the best defensive tackle by a few experts (see Kiper, Steele) and John Simon is as ferocious and versatile as it gets. This dominant duo is tough for any offensive line to block and it may be tough for Central Florida to have any reservations for six.
Meanwhile, Braxton Miller received solid help form Philly Brown and Devin Smith. Smith of course is garnering some extra attention after he snagged a one-handed filthy touchdown grab (Isn’t a lock for catch of the year since we are just one week into the season, right?).
Miller is an exceptional duel-threat quarterback that has a chance to ...
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Braxton Miller led Ohio State to a 56-10 win over the RedHawks in Urban Meyer’s debut in Columbus.
Ohio State has moved up four spots this week to 14th after their 56-10 victory Saturday over the Miami (OH) RedHawks in Ohio Stadium. Their preseason ranking in the AP Poll was 18th, coming as a surprise to some who thought the 6-7 Buckeyes of a year ago may have to work their...
Fullbacks scoring Touchdowns? MADNESS!
It was well known long before the ink was dry on Head Coach Urban Meyer’s contract that he is a guru when it comes to the offensive side of the football. All of Buckeye Nation, from Columbus to Guatemala expected an explosive offense from Meyer, especially considering he was handed a gift in Braxton Miller, a Quarterback tailor made for...
A Few Small Repairs.
Nebraska starting quarterback Taylor Martinez discusses the work on his QB skills at home in California during the offseason. (The Omaha World-Herald)
I've seen the future, and it will be.
Off Tackle Empire's Mike Jones predicts Michigan State vs. Oregon in the Rose Bowl, Wisconsin vs. Oklahoma on the Fiesta Bowl, and Ohio St. and Penn St. staying...
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Welcome to the first edition of a new weekly series: “How to Watch Football This Weekend.” Now that the season has started, the need for a “season preview” series has naturally disappeared. In part because I like writing columns with recurring themes and, in part because I don’t want to be required to think of a new topic, I’m starting a brand new...