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"chris olave" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

04:52 min | Last week

"chris olave" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"They go the draft route, I think Jameis and Williams is probably going to be gone before they can pick him. He's somebody that brings that speed element in that explosiveness element. They probably haven't had, I don't know, God knows how long. I probably like Randy Moss. I mean, I guess Brandon cooks, but cooks was more of a vertical speed guy. Just talking about somebody that has the ball in their hands and can take off like Jameson Williams can. But I really like Chris alava for a long time since last year watching him in the playoff. He's somebody that reminds me a ton of Justin Jefferson and you know how much I love Justin Jefferson. But that ability smoother out running abilities separation ability. I think that impact Jones would make beautiful music together because that's a player that can get open that understands how to get open off leverage. That's very crafty in the middle of the field, very smooth route runner, easy transitions out of his brakes and Mac Jones is going to put the ball on the master Lee and I think those guys would put up huge numbers together. So if I want to take a Mulligan on Dustin Jefferson, there were one pick away from being able to draft open Jefferson. I feel like Chris leves is a very similar type of player as Justin Jefferson. Jefferson went, I think it was 22 or 23 to Minnesota. So I don't think it's totally out of the realm that the Patriots could be picking 28 or 21st and have a chance at Chris olav. I mean, there's a lot of really good receivers in this class. So not all of them are going to go top 15. Somebody is going to trickle in. I mean, CD lamb went what, 19 or 18 to Dallas. I mean, it's possible you want with the consensus right now? Yes. Tell me where Chris a lot is going right now. So right now, okay, NFL mock draft database has crystal lava going 21st. That's what they have Garrett Wilson going 11th. They have no receivers in the top ten. By the way, they this is the consensus. All the major markets that have been done. This is the consensus of all the mock drafts. They have sorry, they have Garrett Wilson going 13th. They have them ranked as the 11th player that am going 13th. They have jamison Williams going 15th. They have a larvae going 20th. They have TRE long Burks going 23rd to the Patriots, of course. They have Drake London going 18th to Vegas. This isn't exactly an order, and they have Jahan dots and going 27th to the cowboys. Smooth operator Chris olave. He's going to be in the range. I think he's going to be right there. And the two guys he reminds me a lot of are two guys that I know for a fact the Patriots really liked in their respective drafts. And that is Calvin Ridley and Justin Jefferson, right? Really similar type of players..

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"chris olave" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

06:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"chris olave" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Taping this late Saturday night. It doesn't even feel like a Saturday, but it is New Year's Day. We had a bunch of football, some really compelling games. We're going to talk about those. We're going to talk about the blowouts of Friday night in the CFP, as well as some other compelling games that turned out to be stuff that we felt like really we all got kind of emotionally connected to. And stew, before we get into the semifinal games, since there were a little more than 24 hours ago, we had the rose bowl, not that long ago. We just had Baylor and Dave Rand of pull off a 12 win season by beating old miss and the sugar bowl. It was a pretty fun New Year's Day, just kind of like old times, right? Where a lot of stuff happened. I had a feeling that New Year's Day was going to end up being more entertaining than New Year's Eve and that certainly ended up being the case. I know a lot of people like to crap on the rose bowl and wonder why we make such a big deal out of it in California in the Midwest and some people hate the fact that it maybe has kept us from playing the semis on New Year's Eve. I mean, on New Year's Day every year. But I gotta say, the game often delivers when you think about just in the last decade or so the USC pen state one, that Justin Herbert, Oregon Wisconsin a couple years ago when we were right down to the wire, but this was really something. I mean, we saw we saw a receiver, we saw receiver catch 16 passes for 347 yards. You know how people say, oh, those are PlayStation numbers. I don't even think you can do that on a PlayStation. You could if you're really good and decided, hey, I want my favorite player to go off. Yeah, Jackson Smith and jig who I don't even say quietly because you had Garrett Wilson and you had Chris olave and they weren't playing in this game and then the number three receiver of the best receiving core in the country. I don't know if I were to say by far, but it sure seems like that because they just have studs waiting in the wings and the other thing, it's crazy to say this, but this is how I felt. Because you're right, his numbers were insane. But I just watching like CJ Stroud just drop one perfect pass into there or another. And it wasn't just him, you know, it was more of an Harris and junior it was Julian Fleming. It was just like he was so sharp today. And you just saw like, man, you know, Ohio State is definitely been spoiled with great receivers dating back to Chris Carter and David Boston and Terry Glenn and I'm sure I'm leaving out like ten others before we even get to this wave that started this decade, but man, an amazing performance, but there was Utah. We know their story. We just had on we just had on, I think the last episode or two episodes ago, Britain covey and Britain called he made us look good because he was like he made the stadium shake according to the people who were there with his kick offer. He made the state. So what is going through your mind when you see Britain cubby break out into the open at the Ford? Is it like, all right, I was really happy for him. I'm not gonna lie, you know, we gotta a great chance to connect with him and just what he means to that program. They love him there. He's revered there. And he got to have his moment, because look, when the TV ratings come out, it's going to say that, I don't know, somewhere between 14, 15, 16 million, somewhere in that range, watched the rose bowl. And it's the moment of guys lives. And you're right. I mean, how they won the game. They came back to win the game, give them credit. I agree with you, CJ Stroud. It was a big moment for him because during the season, he ended up being a highland finalist and I wasn't sure if he should be or not because it's how do you separate him from those three great receivers while you take two of them out of the game and he still doing that. He ends up 37 of 46 for 573 yards, 6 touchdowns and one interception, the interception coming in the end zone. You know, Utah, one disclaimer had to play a running back at cornerback because they were down so bad there. And I'm sure that contributed to at least some of the numbers. But let's give them credit. So yeah, I mean, I think it's a big moment for both those teams. You talk comes away with the loss, but by all accounts, it was 60, 70% Utah fans there. And they made the fans proud. There was this crazy sequence late in the first half. Jackson Smith and jig B catches a 50 R touchdown. That in Britain covey returns, the touch has the kick-off return to make a 28 14. Then Jackson comes back early 52 yard touchdown catch, and then on Utah's next position, cam rising, if you remember he's running down the sideline, it seems like the play's over. Oh, nobody tackled him. 62 yard touchdown. So four touchdowns of 50 plus yards happened in the span of two game minutes and felt like about 5 minutes in real time. And then the game got decided on a last second field goal. So that game was unbelievable. Obviously, a lot more entertaining than the college football playoffs semifinals. But those are the games that matter the most, and we should talk about them. And I hate to set it up this way Bruce, but at what point in the orange bowl did you realize that maybe talking yourself into Michigan wasn't the best idea? I think there was a ball stetson Bennett through that was that would have been one CJ Stroud would have been proud of..

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"chris olave" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"chris olave" Discussed on The Lead

"So Bill, I believe this is your 8th season covering the buckeyes. During that time or even before, I guess, have you ever seen a game this lopsided between two top ten teams, a game where it was essentially over by the end of the first quarter and was a full on embarrassment by halftime? No, I have not. I'm not sure there have been many games like that throughout the history of college football to be quite Frank. Ohio State has definitely played some games that have gotten out of hand that quickly. One of them was two weeks ago when they played a ranked perdue team produced with number 19 at the time, and that game was 35 to 7, two minutes into the second quarter. So this was a similar kind of deal against Michigan state, but Michigan state was almost a top 5 team. This was a team that I think a lot of people thought was a bona FIDE playoff contender because of its body of work coming into this game. It only lost one game to a very good Purdue team. It had beaten a good Michigan team. I think you could have felt comfortable about Ohio State ultimately winning that game and it was a three touchdown spread. So you figure maybe they went comfortably in the end, but to be up 35, nothing sort of in the blink of an eye. I don't think is anything anyone saw coming. Well, I think one of the recurring themes of our conversation today is going to be that there's a lot of praise to go around with this Buckeye's offense. But I want to start with two of Ohio State's touchdowns that you wrote about after the game. And what CJ Stroud in particular did so well on those two plays. Can you break those down for us? Sure. The first one was a 77 yard touchdown to Garret Wilson, where if you just kind of watch it live, it just sort of looks like CJ Stroud is playing catch with a wide open receiver. Running free will catch him the lightning strike. Two possessions two touchdowns. 77 yards. But if you sort of watch it from a different angle and watch it from CJ Stroud's point of view, he does a lot of work there where he starts off with his eyes to the left. He looks at a shallow crossing route and in doing so, he holds a linebacker in position that otherwise could have perhaps jumped in front of Garret Wilson CJ Henderson and a really tough spot. Watches, you know, he gets his eyes on a receiver, Jackson Smith and Jim bone coming over the middle. And by CJ doing what he did with his eyes from the snap. He created an opening there to get garretson the football and then he did a similar thing later in the game on a 43 yard touchdown to Chris olave. Wilson's in motion. A fake it to him steps up delivers downfield. Touchdown number two for number two. And he did the same thing where he started with his eyes to the left. He looked at his tight end, Jeremy record, and in doing so he helped a deep safety just shallow enough to give Chris olave space to get behind him and then CJ through a really good ball. He sees Rucker to tie in. Just enough to the left. They're 88 that slows him down and allows Obama to get behind him. But the reason I highlighted those two plays is because I think with all of Ohio State's prolific playmakers, it can be hard sometimes to quantify or even single out the ways that CJ Stroud has an impact on that because it does seem at times that he's just throwing to wide open receivers. But there is a little bit of a sophistication to his quarterback play that I think it's lost sometimes. And I get the sense that that sort of thing, like knowing how to look off coverage to sort of open up passing lanes for his wide receivers is something that he really takes pride in. It is, and he tells his receivers before every game or even in practice he said sometimes they'll tell them if you do your job and beat your guy off the line or scrim, I'll do my job. I always tell them before every game or every practice anything. I'll just tell them you beat your man. I'll beat your whole players, which are basically like safeties and things like that. So I mean, my job is to hold them and move them, whichever way, 'cause I mean, they're kind of glued into my eyes. You know, it's not just the receiver doing his job on every play. And I think sometimes people just sort of assume that's the case. The quarterback still has work to do even when really talented receivers are winning their matchups off the line of scrim. And more and more CJ Stroud is doing that work in a way that's allowing Ohio State's offense to be as explosive as it is. CJ Stroud has this incredible trio of wide receivers in Garret Wilson, crystal lave and Jackson Smith and jiggle. And Bill, you wrote about how these guys actually do some prep for games outside of regular practice hours. Can you tell us about that? They do, Garrett Wilson shared that last week heading into the Michigan state game. He said that CJ Stroud will be texting his receivers on a Monday or Tuesday when they're kind of just getting in to their game prep for that week's opponent and he'll text them a little nugget of something he picked up while watching film on his own. I mean, he's really special. He's texting me, you know, I can't think of a weekend. He takes me during the weeks and look at this, do how he garden this. We gonna make him pay for that or something. Something like that, you know, along those lines. Something maybe a tendency that an individual defender has or how a team in general guards a specific concept that Ohio State will try to run that week and we're going to beat them with this this week. We're going to make them pay for this. We're out on field and we talk about every ball. We just thrown. So if we miss it, you know, he's coming over if we catch a wheel. He's coming over how you like that one. Is that all right? I mean, he's really special. They go out there and probably play a little better because there's just a trust there that's built between all of them. Do you have a sense for how unusual that sort of thing is? Is that normal for a quarterback, especially a freshman quarterback to be breaking down film and texting his buddy wide receivers on a Monday? I think it's probably normal for more experienced quarterbacks as you alluded to for a retro freshman to do that. A guy who has really only played 11 games or ten games excuse me this year because he missed one game, and he didn't play much last year. I think that is a pretty mature kind of attribute for CJ Stroud. He was a cerebral quarterback, I think, in high school, it sounds like he's just taking that to the college level and use that sort of steadfast preparation to take him to another level. And frankly, keep up with what's around him. So CJ Stroud through his preparation through his filmwork through doing extra things away from the field, I think, has really helped himself. Well, the ESPN broadcast team let viewers know multiple times before and during the game that Michigan state actually has the worst past defense in the whole country. So it's probably not a surprise that CJ trial put such a hurting on him, but his numbers, Bill were just silly. 32 for 35, 432 yards, 6 touchdowns, almost all of that in the first half. But beyond this game, can you give us a sense of his performance over the course of this whole college football season and how you've seen him evolve? Yeah, he struggled a little bit, I think in the beginning of the year. Strand. Over the middle and complete, which is perfectly understandable because he is a retro freshman who did not play at all last year. There wasn't normal development last year because Ohio State is practice schedule was thrown out of lack by COVID, so it made sense to me that it would take time for him to build something up and I think there were always flashes, strong. Underneath. Jackson Smith and jiggle. And CJ strong. Puts it on a dime. You look at the Oregon game that Ohio State lost. I thought CJ was really good in the middle of that game, but when it came time in the end, it kind of makes a big time throw as we came up a little bit short, and I thought that was a fair criticism of him. On the move strand delivered. Intercepted. But the criticism, I think, went beyond that. It went to the point where CJ Stroud the right guy to be starting for Ohio State. He's in a hard spot because he gets compared to his predecessor, who is Justin Fields, who is one of the more dynamic athletes to ever play the position. CJ's not that kind of player, but from a pure passing standpoint, I think he's going to be as good as any quarterback.

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"chris olave" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:49 min | 2 months ago

"chris olave" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion that pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul Fein bomb show hour three podcast. Hey, welcome back. Stephen means, George, just he covers Ohio State. We've talked to Steven in the past about the buckeyes who have come back from the dead. They were written off after the Oregon loss in the second way to the season and now they're a major contender. Steven, thank you for the time. Great to have you back. So what's happened? How have the buckeyes suddenly come alive and look like we thought they would look? Yeah. Offensively, I think a couple of things happened. CJ strong got comfortable, which was only going to happen with time. But you have to remember that this kid hadn't thrown a pass in college football and to that Minnesota game. So he just needed to build some comfortability and some confidence there. It seems like he's done that, but also he's gotten healthy for whatever showed or element that was heard in those first couple of weeks and really in fact impacting him as a thrower. So it starts there. Him getting healthy and getting more confident has allowed Chris olave, Garrett Wilson and Jackson Smith and Jake bud, Jeremy Rucker and Trey Leon Henderson in that long list of weapons that Ohio State hasn't offense. To basically put themselves investing in where they might be the best offense in college football and home a statistical standpoint, they're up there with what LSU was in 2019 and Alabama last season. And then defensively, obviously, Kerry Coleman is no longer calling the plays. Put that workload on mat Barnes now, but it's more of a collaborative effort he more handles the passing game. Maybe a passing game coordinator on defense while Larry Johnson is a defensive line folks handles more of the run game stuff. But stuff like that, they've also just figured out who their best players are, but a lot has changed in the conversation around Ohio State from where they were after the Oregon game, they even after the Tulsa game to where they are right now, where they might be the second best team in the country. Yeah, I want to ask you about the defense, because friends of mine who follow the buckeyes, I mean, they were they were angry, they were ready to throw this guy overboard and obviously they threw them halfway. How would you characterize a defense right now? I think it's good enough. And that's really all it has to be. I think that was always going to be the case this year. Can this defense be enough to not get in the way of what this office wants to do? And over the last couple of weeks, they've done that. Yes, they've dominated at times when it was also Akron. It was Maryland. It was Rutgers. There was an Indiana team who was playing with a walk on quarterback for most of the most of the night. So if you haven't played anybody yet, it lets you know if any of what we've seen over the last couple of weeks here is real for this defense, but if there are anything like that when they get on the field with Penn State on Saturday or when they go to Michigan to play them or play Michigan state or admit since auto game and this defense and clearly be enough to allow this offense to show that they're going to put up 35 to 40 points on anybody. They can't get in the way of that. That's all it has to be. Yeah, and Steven, I don't want to bury the lead. You said it a minute ago and comparing this offense to the last two SEC champions, LSU and Alabama and those are epic historic offenses I should say. Break this thing down for us because you mentioned half a dozen players and you still could add a few more based on what I'm seeing. Chris olave and Garrett Wilson are probably the best two wide receivers in the country. And we do that coming into the season or at least in that conversation. I think the big difference maker for them has been Jackson Smith and Jake but who has allowed this office to be in a situation where they might have 3000 yard receivers are all at 30 plus receptions all over 500 yards and all got three or four 5 6 7 8 touchdowns this season. And we're only to the halfway point. So it starts there. But then Jeremy Rucker is one of the better tight ends in the country who because he plays for a house that he gets underutilized that Indiana game where he had 5 catches in two tests is one of the better games of his career because he just got used more, but trevi od Henderson that kid at least about the second time in a Maurice Carrera there is four touchdowns away from breaking claret's single season record for most touchdowns about true freshman in Ohio State history. He's been everything he's been advertised to be and more as the former number one running back in the 2021 recruiting class. That's a lot of weapons. And now you're just asking a first year starting quarterback getting more confident by the day and more confident by the game to just get these guys of all in an efficient and a quick batter. And he started to do that TJ Stroud is quickly turned into a guy who might break some of the Wayne houses records and put himself in the highs and trophy conversation, which this is a lot of hyperbolic conversation. I know that, but that's just where this offense has maybe developed into it. It came down to a CJ trial going to be ready for this moment and all these weapons going to live up to what their high for us and that's happening right now. Talking to Stephen means about the buckeyes, Steven, you mentioned the Penn State game, but it's really later in the season that Buckeye fans. I think are more concerned about whoever comes out of Michigan and Michigan state and it's hard to believe we're even having this conversation. So give us the lowdown, the skinny on that game, the Saturday in east Lansing and who comes out of it and what it means to the team you cover. I think with both with Michigan state more than Michigan, we're going to find out what's real. I know some people think Kenneth walker is one of the favorites for the highs and trophy because he's three yards away over a thousand yards in his first year there and paying thorn has looked pretty good and they've got some quality wide receivers there as well. In Jalen regal Jaden, jaylen naylor and Trey Mosley. So they've got quality weapons as well, but Michigan state hasn't played anybody. And this will be their first time playing against a team of like where the talent is equated a little bit. So we're going to find out a little bit of what we've seen in the first couple of weeks here is real for Michigan state or not or if it's just they're taking advantage of a favorable schedule while with Michigan, the question every single week is going to be as K McNamara is still going to be the starting quarterback by the time they play Ohio State. Because right now, Michigan is very run heavy. They're pretty much one dimensional and they've got a lot of running backs. By Blake horn there. But cave McNamara is not going to be the guy who's going to put up the necessary points to beat Ohio State, but they do have a true fresh 5 star quarterback by the name of JJ McCarthy who might be that missing piece of this offense that allows it to not be so one dimensional. So as every week goes by, that's the only question that's on the mind for Ohio State. They watch Michigan players. Okay, can I say stop the rump but more importantly is JJ McCarthy ever going to be missing quarterback this year? So that's something that needs to be watched voice. Michigan state real, we're going to find that out. They really the number 18 in the country or is this all been just a little fraudulent while with Michigan is how many more weeks until Jim Harbaugh understands that JJ McCarthy is going to have to be the quarterback that plays if they want to compete with the wild state. And finally, the question in May start getting answered next week and the ensuing weeks. And that is a conundrum that occurs if Oregon and Ohio State are vying for one of the four spots in the college football play. You saw the game. You know what happened 8 weeks ago. What are you here from the fans of Ohio State about that question? I think we're going to learn a lot from these first playoff rankings that come out next Tuesday what the committee actually cares about. Because yes, Oregon came to Columbus and they beat Ohio State, you know, how they didn't look good. On either side of the ball doing it. But also team has fallen apart because of injuries and they just haven't played that well since while Ohio State in the team that lost the work in that weekend is nowhere near the team that we've been watching the last couple of weeks here..

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C.J. Stroud throws five TD passes, No. 11 Ohio State rolls

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

C.J. Stroud throws five TD passes, No. 11 Ohio State rolls

"Ohio state quarterback CJ Strela the eleventh ranked Buckeyes two fifty two to thirteen blowout win on the road it rockers after missing last week's game with a shoulder injury Stroud was seventeen of twenty three for three hundred thirty yards throwing for five touchdowns receiver Chris Olave caught five balls for one and fifty two yards into the scores rockets quarterback Noah Vedral threw for one hundred fifty yards one touchdown but couple that with three interceptions the Buckeyes moved to a record of four one on the year while records lost his second straight game after starting the year three you know Mike Moriarty Piscataway New Jersey

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"chris olave" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:30 min | 4 months ago

"chris olave" Discussed on WTVN

"We had over 200 volunteers that are backpack give back here about three weeks ago. So we need as many people contributing and volunteering as possible again. Go to state driven dot org. Pretty amazing. Roy. Congratulations, Roy Hall, Jr of our Buckeye Wide receiver, superstar and, of course, home with the best Buckeye coverage. He's one of our analysts this year. We're grateful to have him. Let's get into the game over the weekend. Tulsa PLATE, Ohio State No doubt really tough. Buckeyes needed some fourth quarter prayers. Maybe a Hail Mary here and there, but they pulled away that the score alone. Roy didn't do it Justice to describe that game. No, The game was a lot closer than the score indicated. And Tulsa Hurricane Hurricane right, not hurricane, But the Tulsa hurricane go to hurricane actually came in, and it flooded us out just a little bit least for the first half. They made it challenging for us. Um, we obviously offensively and defensively, we got to clean a ton of things up. We do have a couple of positives to go off of, but absolutely When you look at the score, it looks like Ohio State dominated the game. But it wasn't to that late interception at the end of the game, that kind of force that that score to look the way they look, but we definitely need to do a little bit better. Roy Hobbs with this former Buckeye wide receiver. Best bucket coverage by analysts with us, you know, also, I thought would day day clearly showed that he wasn't afraid to make tough decisions. And, of course I'm talking about curry columns. The defensive coordinator switching taking Combs to the booth Matt Barnes on the sidelines. Uh, is it too early to see if that even worked? At this point. Here's the hard part about this. Listen, but if me and you called original pancake house right now, because we're both hungry in the morning if we call right now, if you called first and I called five minutes later. That you ordered the French toast and I ordered the French toast. Probably the same exact thing is going to arrive at our doorstep. If we're door dashing right to say it doesn't matter who's calling in order and the ingredients and the menus, the exact same, So you know, changing the call The play caller. It doesn't really matter in my opinion is about the players making the place. I'm not blaming them. But what I am saying is, I feel like the defense is what it is at this point in time, So now it's about getting the right people in position. There's no reason for you to be ordering French toast if you don't want to eat cars, and you're trying to lose weight, right, so it's certain plays a certain things that you have to call in order to be successful. What is it that we do? Well, where is our strength? Right now? It's obviously going to be up front. We just got to get a little bit more pressure up front and then keep making plays in the back end. So well spoken Roy so well spoken. What? Roy? No one wants to call this especially Buckeye Nation. No one wants to ever say this is a rebuilding year at all, especially for the defense. But it is a young defense. So I mean, are you saying Hey, it's not so much the coaches. We just have young players. We have young players, but young players to make players. We saw that on the offensive side of the ball with Trayvon Henderson on the defensive side of the ball. It's always going to be about making your name. Yes, we have young players, but those guys are four and five star guys. I know they're going to step up and I know they're going to make plays. But those guys going to take some time for you guys to know their name. Nobody knew Ronnie Hickman before the before the first game of the season, but you got nine tackles in the interception. And then you also got guys out there making plays. You know, you've got to figure out who these guys are. Find out what their strengths are. Get them in position to make plays. Everybody wants to have a driver's license until they get on the road. Right. So you get you get you get your driver's license at 16 like I know what I'm doing Just because you pass that rinky dink driver says it's not make you a good driver. Matter of fact, it seems like 90% of the people in Columbus are 16 year old driving away People Drive on 2 70. So you know we're trying to get better. We're trying to get experience and I think it's going to come game by game. Roy Hall. I would also like to add 71 6 73 15 to that list to Roy Hall Bucket wide receiver. Best Buckeye coverage analysts with us this morning well and Roy just to add to what you said about the freshman. There were a handful of freshmen who played a pretty important role with the win over Tulsa. Let me give you a description real quick, longest range. Quick acceleration, high performing ever. That's actually the description of the model s Tesla. But it's also description that that's also a description of Trayvon Henderson 277 Yards, three touchdowns. Broke Archie Griffin's 49 year old record. He got a lot of people from the seventies, knocking on his door willing to fight them Now from messing with Archie, you know the people from the seventies. They don't mess. They don't mess with Archie, but you break an Archie Griffin record. All of a sudden you're talking about being in line with the all time greatest running back in Ohio State history. But here's what I'd like that stands out most about Trayvon Henderson when he got interviewed afterwards. He said. I have some big goals, so I have to keep on working and I looked at them like man. I need to put that on the T shirt. I got some big goals and I got to keep on working. When you have a freshman that runs for 2 77. He could have easily stepped back and said, You know what? I'm the man now That's why I'm a five star. I should have been getting these carries early on, feed me feed me feed me, But he said, I need to keep working because I got some huge goals. And if it goes, are bigger than 2 77. I don't know what to expect. Coming down the line. Love that attitude. And Roy you know one of the things that I've just as a lifelong Buckeye and the son of a former player. The unfair criticism that comes from the outside when you when you look at this young team, yes, there are changes that need to be made. There are improvements that we need to see. But at the same time, you know you you see more than we do, because you've been on the field. So you see, like Krystle lobby I was seeing. How is he only, you know, get to to, you know targets or you only caught You know, one pass, and one was called backdrops. Another one, You know, they were double team and Chris alive For the majority of the day. They made the decision to take one of our receivers out. But we have weapons all over the field, and I just I find it a little hard to not come away with some positives. Looking at this offense. I think CJ Stroud is a very good quarterback. I think he just seems a little amped up in the first half. Just once he settles down, he's okay. Oh, he's okay. Once he settles down here if we look at it across the board if you're paying attention to math numbers, If you have a running back that runs for 277, we had over 300 yards rushing 277 from one person. If you took 100 yards away, and trivia and Henderson had 177 yards, and you handed those 100 yards to crystal lab 400 yards, we say it's everything is perfectly fine that the Buckeye offense Look balance when you take away one of our best weapons. You give those yard as those hitting yards, so to speak to another player, and they want to trade beyond Henderson this weekend. I didn't like seeing crystal lab with no catches, no catches and fishing is terrible. No catching for the police when it chasing criminals terrible. No catches. Chris Olah is terrible because he's one of the best receivers in the country. But CJ Straw and then it's our offense is going to look the way to to look, some guys are going to get off. Some guys aren't in this particular case that happened to be Chris Olave. CJ Strauss is going to be okay. But we cannot keep beating up on this kid in the media on Social media weekend and week out. These adults that are doing it can't take getting beat up like that their own jobs so we shouldn't need to back off for him and let him do his job As a 19 year old. He played wide receiver for the Buckeyes and now part of our best Buckeye coverage coverage right here. An analyst Roy Hall is with us this morning. Just talking about the Tulsa, Ohio State game. CJ Stroud. I know he was playing through some shoulder pain We started to really see him come out, I guess of his own..

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"chris olave" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"chris olave" Discussed on Get Up!

"The morning it has done to get up with an opening statement from ohio state and that look like a team for a title. We've got the highlights right off the top. Then he's one of the best and best known players of his generation. We'll tell you why it's going to be tough to find a football fit for cam newton and then of all these stars which one is headed for a breakout bounce back year. We're six days to the season and we're ready to get up with you starting right now on a football friday and we are james and take a look at this. The studio was ready to go. Sokcho is fired. Up jeremy fowler is breaking stories left and right and we've got a terrific crew ready to go with us today as well david pollack in the game day crew standing by charlotte thing swaggie was here. Riches drinking from his own couple literally. We'll show it to you as we go but let's begin There it is got a couple of his own name on it. So let's be honest. Without stated minnesota last night the number four team in the country featuring their dynamic new star quarterback redshirt freshman c. jay stroud replacing justin fields early. He would struggle. Always pick in the second quarter. Tough start for stroud. Eight to fourteen fifty eight yards in the pick in the first half minnesota fourteen ten and a half time but then sacha some of the big stars would come to play for ohio. State like chris. Oh yes absolutely. This is a huge play. A game changing play by cj shrouded. Chris oh la you saw slowdowns meet up. In the end zone touchdown catches one hundred seventeen yards for a and then this one stroud again. This is karen wilson. Yes gophers to phenomenal weapons. Receiver chris oh lobby garrett wilson running wide open get used to it fellas up three points. Four quarter ohio since lead is seven another five star running. Back trae on henderson. He's going to go to the house. Yes sort pass long game in the is once again. This game was full of big plays about seven big plays and that was the difference for state. Yeah because they couldn't shake off minnesota most of the night under five minutes to go. It's still a one score game from their own thirty nine. But here's all ave again. Yes towing downside. Why any zone. That was phenomenal. Hopefully they sold the other angle. They may not go. Watch it at home could touchdowns for drought in his debut. Two of them to a lot of frustration for the fans in minnesota as the puck is win their opener for the twenty second straight year the longest active streak in the country third longest in the era ohio state. Averaging a program record ten point yards per play against the golden gophers yesterday. So let's talk about it. A little bit here is we will bring david.

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"chris olave" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"chris olave" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"If not multiple flaws, and look at. I mean, you can make the arguments when Trevor Lawrence was playing his best football. Clemson was pretty loaded, okay, it's it's not like he was playing with a bunch of slobs. Yeah. I mean you look at these quarter but I mean Ohio state had some pretty damn good weapons, Chris olave. It's a really good wide receiver off and so you know we can go through all of it, we can talk about Justin fields and and the progressions and all that stuff and some of the questions about him, you're going to have certain questions. But you've got to look at the strengths as well. And listen, I said this before, the Patriots picked them, I've been saying it for the last couple of months. I do watch a fair amount of college football during the season and I like dog. Mike Jones. I was saying, I liked Mike Jones before he started to become flavor of the month last month or so, I think that he's a good quarterback. I think he's extremely smart. He's extremely accurate. He takes care of the football. Like you said, Greg, he manipulates the pocket with his feet. He can go north, south east west. He's not a supreme athlete, you know, he's not a supreme athlete. Okay, well, that's fine. You got to take the flaws with what he does. Well, and the idea of not having to move up to get him. I agree with you all the talk about Justin Fields, seems like it was a smokescreen wage. I think, Belichick knew he didn't want fields and you know, you gotta give credit where credit is due whether you love Mac, Jones, like them don't like them. Belichick read the board. He knew he needed a quarterback. He obviously liked Jones because he's not drafting a quarterback in the middle of the first round unless he's a legit quarterback. This you know Belichick's not going to reach for a quarterback at fifteen. He's just not going to he would have traded down numerous said, okay, well we like Mac Jones in the twenties, we like Mac Jones at twenty-five know, he stood there and waited at fifteen and said, no, we think he's good enough to use this, pick on him right now, and you've got to give Belichick credit because a lot of people, I saw it, you know, a lot of the pundits off the experts screaming and squawking that Belichick should move up, you gotta move up and get your guy ESPN as soon as it gets a Dallas at 10 was like, oh, you gotta start moving up, you got it, you know, Foxborough is going to be off on. Nope. He read the board, right? Mac Jones was his guy. He knows that he needs a quarterback. He felt like he was good enough to be drafted at that slot and he didn't move anything else. Didn't have to give up any assets so whether you like them, love them, hate us, Belichick read the board correctly tonight and did not give up anything to get his guy. I agree with that a couple other things off Jones, it's just interesting. That the only quarterback that Bill Belichick's on person was Mac Jones. So I think that's interesting and I don't know, that could be just a coincidence. I think they were leaning on Josh McDaniels a lot in this process along with, you know, Ziegler and and, and wolf and a couple of other guys, you know. But here's here's the, let's just give the other side of the coin on this because I do agree. He read the board perfectly..

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"chris olave" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"chris olave" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Not gonna say it. You have no What? I'm gonna call you a soft feels like I just Oh, you have no idea. Softy happy go Lucky Oh, they call me my other hand. They call me Zippity Doo dah around here. All right. So yes, The weekend's gonna be cool. Just checking. Checking. All right? I thank you. Eventually. I'll talk tomorrow is 32 right now. 700 wlw Ghilas basketball Tonight it is it is Ball state meeting Miami it, milady. Haul in Oxford and Pardew takes on number. 15, Ohio State. Gonzaga remains a solid number one this week in the latest Associated Press poll for the first time since December, 1961, North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky not ranked and the AP top 25. Is a very Connecticut set for tomorrow night postponed in the new covert concerns within the Muskie's camp. No makeup date there has been announced. College football. Cincinnati bear Cats are expected to hire Mike Trestle is their new defense of coordinator trestle. Long time Michigan State assistant he and Bear Cats head coach Luke Fickell were on the Ohio State staff in the early two thousands. Speaking of the Buckeyes, Ohio state quarterback Justin Fields. Foregoing his senior season to enter the NFL draft, But Buckeyes receiver Chris Olav a is remaining in school. NFL news Coaches, scouts and others will not be descending on Indianapolis next month. The combine, which had been held in Indy, since 1987 will be modified because of covert 19 this year, all on field work out will be conducted at on campus pro days and interviews done virtually baseball San Diego Padres, adding more starting pitching last night. Acquiring Ace's Joe must grow from the Pittsburgh Pirates and HL Action tonight. Columbus Skates in Detroit Blue Jackets Action at seven on Fox Sports 13 60, Bill Dennison, 700 WLW Sports. One day You're serving in the military, and then the next day you come home and you're dealing with an injury. Britain is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. My opioid misuse and need got so strong addiction is hard. You're not going to fix it on your own. You have to reach out for it. So the recovery side of.

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"chris olave" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"chris olave" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"Trevor Lawrence is going to be a star the Heisman Trophy better get on board and go along with that a night. I think he's totally right. Ohio State beat beat how is it beef Ohio State beat Northwestern 22 to 10 in the Big Ten championship game was a fun game to watch Northwestern competed very very hard. I love their head coach Pat Fitzgerald, by the way, it is worth mentioning that Ohio state had 22 players unavailable because the covid-19 Looting their top receiver Chris olave. They actually were missing two receivers in the game missing Chris olave. Appeared to have a big impact on Ohio State and their quarterback. Justin Fields. Justin Fields had two interceptions. He looked out of sync with receivers all day. There were times were receivers were not were I thought they were going to be there were times there was an interception that Justin Fields through where his receiver inexplicably turned upfield rather than continuing to run this out router was like, what are you doing? That's not right and I feel bad for Justin Fields. It also was not his best game though, either there was a play where he was like getting sacked. He tried to force the ball into coverage reminded me a lot of the mistakes he made against Indiana and I thought you know, I Trevor Lawrence secure the number number one pick for sure. There were going to be conversations about whether or not Justin Fields should be the number one guy carburetor Trevor. I think all those conversations in the NFL came to an end partially when the Jaguars beat the Jaguars, excuse me, lost the Jets. Sorry the Jets one which made us of the Jaguars now if the dog Was tomorrow would have the number one overall pick. We'll see what happens. If I do 2 weeks. I'm pretty sure it's obvious. Now. There's no debate Trevor Lawrence should be the number two overall pick. Justin Fields help solidify that with a bad game on Saturday and Northwestern. I want to give them a shout out. They got really good Corners. Like I part of why Northwestern had a great year there. They went six and two they had a great defense and they're caught are phenomenal and they're not even their best corner but a guy that I think is a stand-out to me is a freshman defensive back corner Brandon. Joseph guy had never heard anything about birth this game found out he leads the nation. In interceptions part of that again is probably because he's not the best corner on Northwestern. So other people are testing him like, oh go attack the freshman and he makes them pay he has six interceptions this year and eighty games. That's the the best in college football which is ridiculous and crazy. I just walked away very very impressed with Northwestern. I thought you know Peyton Ramsey their quarterback, he had some turnovers I you know would be fun ball that gave Ohio State a field goal and then he had two interceptions and I but I thought other than the turnovers which are pretty big..

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"chris olave" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"chris olave" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Right now. And here's the thing that that I loved to see on Saturday is Chris olave has clearly put in major work on ocular and hand dominance. If you haven't listened to it look the episode up at the end of last year. I did an unbelievable breakdown. Well my opinion I did it. I guess I should think it is on Chris olave and how he couldn't catch the ball when he was on the left side is 242 on deep Balls to the left side last year. He was over five. So it's obvious Ryan day and Company are showing where the touches will go and a lava has improved in that facet of his name, but there's no secret where where Ryan's trying to get the ball the duo of a lava and Wilson have thirty-five targets and two games the rest of the entire Ohio State team Titans receiver running backs in the past game have 1935 to those 219 to the rest of use It's very evident. And I mean duh wouldn't you? I mean, I'd give it to him 55 but here's what's crazy Seventeen of twenty targets between the two of them 231 yards touchdowns in nine first downs just dominant in Ohio state had a clear game plan with those receivers and it was to attack Penn State safety Lamont Wade. He was targeted 12 x for 11 catches a hundred fifty yards two touchdowns and five first downs as well as the drop touchdown by Garrett Wilson where Garrett beat him. There's a huge hole at Penn State and LaMont Wade is standing in it. So they had to clear game plan. The other thing that I thought I got to bring this up cuz now I want to talk about the tight ends. But Chris Fowler had that dumbass Sports media personality of the week moment in this game on Jeremy records touched down. If you saw it a great route great catch phenomenal throw defense is kind of confused. He said oh the touchdown Jerry Rucker, he's a better he's better known as a blocker May and makes the reception like what record is the most athletic tight end on the roster this fucking buffoon. He's better known as a blocker. No, he's not. He's actually pretty shity at blocking but he's a freaky athlete gosh. I wonder how they pay these guys as much money. It's crazy, but the tight ends looked good and game with them. They looked a lot like last year's tight ends in this game. They were the two lowest grading starters on offense. They struggled in the Run game struggled in the past game couldn't block on the perimeter. It was not a good game for the tight end group outside of Records touchdown, but let's talk about a group that played extremely. Well. They were rugged physical. They moved Penn State's D line, three, four or five years down field in the first half especially they struggled a little bit with the adjustments of the second half but this Ohio State offensive line played ridiculous..

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