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Tony Gerdeman
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June 12, 2019 8:02 am  

The Ohio State football team has gone through a number of changes from January until now. A new head coach. New defensive staff. New quarterback room. But perhaps no single Buckeye has gone through more changes than junior Brendon White. After spending a second or two at linebacker prior to his freshman season, and then a stint at wide...

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Christopher Perry
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June 12, 2019 12:33 pm  

My biggest takeaway from this article is Pete Werner is the starting linebacker. What an F'ing shame! So much for a competition this fall... so much for 3 best LBs... and if by some happenstance Werner is one of our best 3 LBs we have missed major in recruiting.


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June 12, 2019 1:07 pm  
Posted by: Christopher Perry

My biggest takeaway from this article is Pete Werner is the starting linebacker. What an F'ing shame! So much for a competition this fall... so much for 3 best LBs... and if by some happenstance Werner is one of our best 3 LBs we have missed major in recruiting.

He was the No. 1 at Sam all spring long, fwiw. K'Vaughan Pope was the No. 2. We'll see what happens in fall camp, but I expect the same starting trio as last year when OSU is in their Non-Bullet lineup.

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June 12, 2019 4:30 pm  

Yeah, Borland and Werner are proven as far as I am concerned. Proven is not always a positive thing.


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June 12, 2019 8:09 pm  

Brenden White has a legitimate shot at attaining at least 1st team All Big 10 in 2019. I also suspect we're going to be seeing a healthy dose of Jahsen Wint. They're both very good in coverage, and both guys will cover a lot of ground just to put an offensive player on their back.

I'm trusting that the staff will get the right linebackers on the field. By the end of game 1 we'll have a very good idea how incompetent Davis was, and by the end of game 2 how pathetic Greg Schiano ran the defense.


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June 12, 2019 9:05 pm  

Very true. The devil you *don't* know ain't always bad ... i.e. Brendon White last year.

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June 12, 2019 10:06 pm  

Wint...really? Yikes


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June 14, 2019 11:38 am  

My reaction is the same watching Werner wander aimlessly all last season and we now have the very defensive coaches that ate 62 coaching and evaluating his play. My slim ray of hope hangs on The Best Man and Schiano being even worse coaches. I'm praying to the Holy Trinity: Gradishar, Spielman and Katzenmoyer.


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June 15, 2019 7:29 am  

Werner is going to make all of you eat your words this year. Guys that are 6 3 235#’s 4.55 speed don’t fall out of tree’s. Last year was his first as a starter. “They” say players biggest improvements are made between their 1st & 2nd years. I’ll be here reminding y’all how your eye for talent is worse than Warinner’s and Fickle combined.


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