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"jaylen naylor" Discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

07:08 min | 7 months ago

"jaylen naylor" Discussed on Bet The Board

"Nobody. If you look at some of their win probability stuff, right? Their current, and they're below a 6 win team. So I don't know what they're looking at that would make wake for schedule substantially more difficult than Cincinnati. I don't know. Very weird there. I'm hoping Cincinnati just for the sake of allowing a G 5 team. Because if a G 5 team can't get in there, like Cincinnati. What are we doing? Then what are we doing? You have a at this point I would think a name brand coach won that could potentially fill one of the large Big Ten vacancy jobs if they were to open. You have Desmond Ritter who I think is got a decent namesake. He's been there a long time. And you have two defenders. That are potentially first round banks. So I don't know what more Cincinnati would need to do. Obviously, are you going to blot some teams? You haven't looked good the last two weeks. But in terms of a G 5 program with cachet in both performance on the field, if they can't get in here, I don't really see a scenario where any G 5 is ever getting in. Yeah, I'm kind of right there with you, especially when you consider even what Cincinnati did last year. I mean, going toe to toe with George and of course, different circumstances in that bowl game. They showed that they had least raised their level of play. I know the rosters aren't the exact same. I'm not saying Cincinnati would hold up against Georgia or Alabama, but if you're not gonna give the little guy a seat at the table, I mean, may as well go to a group of 5 playoff completely separate from the college football playoff and fracture the FPS further because there's no doubt these teams aren't playing the same sport other than collecting paydays from some of the major media companies. Of course, as we've talked about, we'll see these numbers continue to move and fortunately for anybody that has strong opinions. You can bet all of these yes and no is available on FanDuel. Make sure when you go through, you try and figure out some of the numbers and where you can glean a little bit of value. As we talked about Georgia, and overwhelming favorite at one to 20 to get into the college football playoff, no other team higher than minus one 65, and that's also Alabama and Ohio State. What's interesting about Alabama minus one 65, if you believe the tide have a chance to get in, you're probably better off waiting to bet them on the money line in the SEC title game against the Georgia bulldog. So take advantage of those prices, use them. Manipulate the markets and put yourself in the best position to make a few bucks. Onto the games, my friend should we talk about some of the marquee mattress we highlighted or the lack thereof that we have on the docket this weekend? Yeah, let's do it. All right, let's go to West Lafayette where it is the aforementioned Michigan state Spartans installed as a modest road favorite laying three against the boilermakers of FanDuel sports. But total in this game sits at 54 it is up a touch from the open. This will be the first time Michigan state rules into a football game and 8 no since they made the college football playoff led by Connor cook, a game pain that you and I were in attendance for when Alabama absolutely obliterated them in Dallas. Michigan state's defense. Well, they rank last in the Big Ten in past defense and we'll be trying to stop a Purdue passing attack that ranks third in the conference and throwing a football. That's a matchup we'll get to in a moment. When you look at Purdue, three and two in home games versus ranked opponents under coach brahm that does include a win against then number two, Ohio State back in 2018, again the boilers won as a double digit underdog, 49 to 20. Pain when we begin to unpack what this Michigan state offense is, there's no doubt it's led by Kenneth walker. He was as good as advertised against Michigan, but I begin to wonder how much was what Michigan state did offensively versus poor run fills and pad linebacking play that we saw from the wolverines last weekend. It was not good. And again, we kind of outline that. I love Aidan Hutchinson. I just don't know what the rest of Michigan's defense was in metrically. They'd kind of pushed around in the trenches at times. When I look at this one, and I just kind of think about how Peyton Thorne's trending and played the last few games. Then obviously, how Kenneth walker's playing in it's at a Heisman level, which is stunning to me. You think about what wake forge could be with him. And then you have a situation with jaylen naylor leaving the Michigan game and not returning and then being seen on the sideline with his wrist and hand and fingers in a cast. All of that kind of creates a situation where produced focus has to be stopping Kenneth walker in the ground game. That's it. You're selling out to make sure the ground game stopped. Produce tackling has to be better. I remember watching the Wisconsin game a few weeks back and I was like, my gosh, they're just missing tackles left and right and I went back last night and looked at like ten miss tackles in that game. And that's important against Kenneth walker. He was an absolute animal, as you mentioned against Michigan. Obviously, 5 touchdowns, that's what everyone wants to talk about, but he averaged 7 yards after contact last week as he broke 13 tackles. A guy was like a human pinball. So that is the one key, not just stopping the run but being better tacklers for perdue. And I think it's an interesting defensive line. You have 5 of the top 6 guys returning, then they added two power 5 transfers to the D line. You have a big name player in George Karl. This, I think he's obviously a first round pick at this point. But I wouldn't call D line dominant by any stretch. They're about national average in defense of line yards and stuff, right? But as a unit, top 25 and EPA per rush allowed and rushing success rate allowed defensively their styles changed a little bit over the years where it's more aggressive, the linebackers can fill and they can play downhill. I think the other interesting thing to factor is Purdue played a very heavy play action passing offense last week in Nebraska. Now, the final score was quite misleading when you have four interceptions and a defensive touchdown Purdue actually only had a 7% endgame win probability. But the point is Adrian Martinez throws with play action nearly 40% of the time. And now Purdue faces a very heavy play action offense with Peyton Thorne who throws with play action about 40% of the time. So I don't think it shocks produced system here. The focus last week was to keep your eyes disciplined. That will be the same approach this week. And so I think that helps a little bit. When you look at Peyton thorn, elite quarterback, with play action. And probably not a starting power 5 quarterback when he doesn't throw with play action just based upon the numbers. They're staggering. Thorn right now, one 37 passer rating with play action, ten to the 15 touchdowns are off play action, just one of the 6 picks are off play action. If you look at non play action, throws 79 passer rating his yards per pass attempt dip 45% in the mistakes just.

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"jaylen naylor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:49 min | 7 months ago

"jaylen naylor" 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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Nailor catches 3 TDs, No. 11 Michigan State tops Rutgers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Nailor catches 3 TDs, No. 11 Michigan State tops Rutgers

"Receiver Jaylen Naylor caught three touchdown pass to repel the number eleven ranked Michigan state Spartans past records on the road by the final score thirty one to thirteen neither had five grabs for two hundred twenty one yards including remarkable scoring plays of sixty three sixty three and sixty five yards from Spartan quarterback Payton Thorne who threw for three hundred thirty nine yards on the day trying to dispose of plays and everything in those results today painting found me a few of them and and then maybe easier you know he told me to so so it's nice to make it easier to quit a very easy piece of cake you know the definition is to close off and I started running back Kenneth Walker twenty nine terrace for two or three three yards including a school record ninety four yard touchdown run Mike Moriarty Piscataway New Jersey

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"jaylen naylor" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"jaylen naylor" Discussed on WJR 760

"Crookshanks bounces out of a tackle and now very close to a first down needed to 29 that's about where he is. Through easily made the tackle. It is a first out for Rutgers. That was a big play right there. Huge play with the clock inside nine minutes now eight and 40 left. It's 31 20, Rutgers. Which echoes back at running back. Bedroll back at quarterback. Handoff to Pacheco, The Spartans have him Hemmed in in the back field, maybe gets a yard. A lot of wiggle on a one yard gain. Antoine Simmons makes the Stop. Second down and eight just br the 30 for Rutgers. They're up 11 8 minutes left. Federal has Pacheco to his right. Coming in motion. The tight end Haskins bedrolls throw left side. Caught in the 36 37 yard line by both Belton Senior from May's landing. New Jersey Michael Dowell makes the tackle at the 36 3rd down and three at the 36 Yard line of Rutgers. Now the clock's down to 7.5 minutes. Michigan State's down 11. Federal has Aaron Young to his left. Bo Melton. Wide side, Right? Said left Cruickshank and she mean Jones Crookshanks starts in motion to the right snap back to federal federal winds up throws it deep right sideline over the outstretched fingertips of Cruickshank at the 41 Yard line of them issue. It's fourth and three now for Rutgers, seven minutes left, they're going to have to plant That was that Was it almost gotta have it stopped there. Jason, You have to do that. With seven minutes or five seconds. Go in the ball game. You need a chance to have two possessions to score. Now, Much state gets the ball on the punt offense has to do something here to get points on the board. Jaylen Naylor waits for the punt at his 25 yard line to our left, Adam Course Act the putter, but Rutgers Low snap What bouncer? But you'll step into it. And a fair catch called for and that I dropped by Naylor. And if that turns it over to Rutgers, that could be a very, very difficult pill to swallow. Taylor Taylor called for a fair catch. Their.

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"jaylen naylor" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"jaylen naylor" Discussed on WJR 760

"Volcano hard at the 30. The ball is loose the Spartans indicating they have it and so do the officials. Good, hard hit on Avery Young bin about Cline he's spent on the original tackle George First contact you smoke spends To his left and just got stunned by Cline. Drop the ball. I went right at him. He's made Plenty of hard hits in his time. One of these days, he'll be out there full time. Yeah, he's a downhill player. Back up. Linebacker bubble was recovered by Antoine Simmons. It seems to be everywhere and the Spartans get a great break. They have it at the 30 yard line of Rutgers. Six and 38 to play in the third down 28 13. Rocky Lombardi takes a shotgun snap looks left now looks right. Caught by Naylor Jaylen Naylor turns into 10, he said the five he's into the end zone Touchdown. MSU 30 Yards Score Rocky Love Party to Jalen Naylor, Brendan White. From Rutgers just over pursued misses the tackle in jail. And it's just too quick to miss ran away from the strong safety. You'd try to knock him down. It's now 28 19. And Matt Coughlin will try the point after He's splits. The uprights thing Spartans are within eight was still 6.5 to play here in the third. Rutgers 28, Michigan State 20 on the TCF bank, Spartan Media Network. Owning and operating a business is the American dream. That is until HR issues like payroll in taxes, Benefits, Administration worker's compensation and regulatory compliance, lied to sleepless nights and reduced profits. Keeping focus on the core business and finding the right partners to help with ancillary functions like HR administration is why more than 500 companies across the country turned to try on solutions. Trion relieves the stress and burden of age. Our administration. So companies small to large, could stay focused on why they weren't in the business in the first place..

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"jaylen naylor" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jaylen naylor" Discussed on WJR 760

"And welcome back east Lansing where tonight Michigan state in game two of the season will be hosting the Broncos in western Michigan football clubs in winning their opening game issues they got by toss a twenty eight seven western Michigan beat mom with forty eight the thirteen and that we came into this game Michigan State Bank eighteen by the writers and twenty of by the coaches will team with a with a coach mark Dantonio and. sometimes I ask about how practice go but I was just curious how different as a practice from week one when you have all these unknowns to week two when people actually got to play a little bit well I think you tried address the issues that you have and try and work on some of the things that didn't go quite so well for you and then you always have to a game plan the next game so there's a definite plan and you know or outline our footprint that we follow every week and when we had just within that footprint has to you know whether it's player injury or whether it's who we play or new things you want to do or changing up things correcting things so but we're pretty busy was it a good practice week yeah we had a good practice weeks tone was set I think and you know I think our players respond so look for to tonight's game. I want to go back just for a second to that game a ****. the defense was pretty spectacular did that surprise you at all I mean how good can these guys be well I think we've been a dominant defensive team this past year we got a lot of guys back really you know with the exception of Andrew dal Cory Willis and and Justin lane which are all good players you know we're back intact and we had guys play in there you know and once it was played a lot of football. he does exist Henderson played a lot of football last year Josh Butler and and Shuker played a lot of football as well so I figure you're defensively structures the same that you love different things and saying we critique things to try to change some things up as well so there's there's more to us and we played very well last year so by expectations are very high always and that's where it's been here around here for for years really. well injuries of cryptanalytic can I talk to you about your long snapper you don't think about these guys until something goes wrong so looks like tonight will be a new person yeah chewed up put drugs will will be our long snapper he's a freshman at a Westerville Ohio he was very well thought of snapper one of the best in the country and he was the heir apparent to ride ride was a senior that's why we brought you did use non scholarship player but you know we recruited him with the idea that we would put a lot of January so he did get one step in the game it was perfect and he snapped very well throughout the whole week so of is just another just another guys next man up mentality but he's excited and he's very confident what he's doing as well so what is the status of return specialist Jaylen Naylor. you know Jaylen will be out got hurt in Wednesday's practice of lower leg injury and of I do not think you missed the season but he'll be out for for a period of time so we'll go into how how long or anything like that but a pretty confident he'll be back home in this decision yet third do you put Cordy white back there code you'll go back Reese Nelson go back they'll sewers got it before Connor he was done for all for those guys have gained experience in in both kickoff return a punt return so before we talk about western Michigan are you glad the first week done and can I get into a routine now yeah I think you know you're always looking for the next phase and you know we're face to which is around a conference games this is the second one up and boots critical one every games critical I can't tell you gave us not critical so I'm sure we'll have a great crowd there was exciting last week great crowd last week and I thought the game day atmosphere was outstanding of the change some things up or are of people that are involved with that change things up so they look for the game but also looking forward to getting on track in terms of sort of a scheduled scheduled week. when we come back with more the Marcantonio pregame show this evening from Spartan stadium we're going to take a look at the Broncos of western Michigan the first a time out right here in the sprite network.

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