Well, wasn't meant to be tonight, but no worries Wolverines, your beatdown is coming.
Captain @masonjobst just turns this dude into roadkill while fellow Captain @slarocque3 steps in to make sure no one interrupts him while he continues to beat the snot out of Mr. Roadkill.
Redemption starts 6pm tomorrow in Ann Arbor. #gobucks#ohiostate#hockey#collegehockey#cawlidgehawkey.
Photos for The Ohio State University Athletic Department.
Class rank: 14
Best position group: Receivers
Best player: Zach Harrison
Most underrated: Marcus Crowley
Ohio State didn’t sign anywhere near as many players as the other schools did (Likely to do with the Urban Meyer situation) but the quality of players they signed are among the nations elite. 3 5 star recruits were signed, all in places of need. And all of them should get early playing time. With Justin Fields transferring to Columbus, he’ll need great WRs to throw to; and the Bucks went out and did just that, signing elite WR Garrett Wilson out of Texas, and pairing him with top 10 WR Jameson Williams. Arguably one of the best 1-2 punches at WR that anyone recruited
The best player in this class however is found on the defensive line. 5⭐️ DE Zach Harrison is the perfect prototype for an elite 4-3 edge rusher, and the top ranked player from Ohio should have the opportunity to come in and earn a lot of playing time right away with the departure of Nick Bosa. Once he gets in the weight room, he’ll be a major impact player for the Bucks defense.
With the departure of backup RB Mike Weber, OSU will also need to find someone to split carries with JK Dobbins, and they may have found it in who was once an under the radar RB in Marcus Crowley. Crowley had a breakout senior campaign and won the Gatorade national player of the year for Florida, and is not only one of the most underrated Tailbacks, but one of the most underrated athletes in this class. He’ll likely challenge for a lot of playing time in the Buckeyes backfield this fall, and could eventually take over as the starter.
Other notable players: Harry Miller, Cade Stover, Enokk Vimahi, Cormontae Hamilton
Class grade: A
If Ohio State signs 5 more players, this is easily a top 10, maybe top 5 class.
Wolverines won 4-2 in the last few minutes of play! Great game overall, much fun, very excite!
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Hockey night. Wolverines vs. Buckeyes. Go blue!
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Sometimes, there simply aren’t words to describe an utterly BEAUTIFUL football play....which may have been the case with the barbecue-enthused commentator for this game🤣🙅♂️🍗🍔🌭
In all seriousness, we love the ‘call’ almost as much as we love the play from @denzelward...for lack of a more fitting term, this is a SAUCY rep from the man who would become the no.4 overall pick in the ‘18 NFL Draft. Lets break it down, AO style...
Ward starts wide in a press-shell on the receiver. As he starts his pedal, he opens his hips to the inside to maintain outside leverage. This also allows him to keep his eyes to the inside, so that when he sees the slot receiver bow his route on a shallow track, he comes off the “carry” and squats in the flats...
As the ball is thrown, Ward takes two ‘gather’ steps, squares his hips, and coils...
Simultaneous to the arrival of the ball, Ward EXPLODES through the prospective pass-catcher with his hips and violent arm action. His ‘strike zone’ is excellent, and he makes initial contact with his inside shoulder, avoiding helmet-to-helmet contact. This is some SERIOUS pop on display💥🧨 He then FINISHES the play by pressing and scooping the ball. Regardless of the whistle or initial call, ALWAYS scoop a loose ball🍨...
Corners: in a zone coverage, your mentality should be to “lurk”...hide in plain sight, bait the QB, and then STRIKE when the moment is right with an INT, PBU, or a crushing hit like this one⚡️
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My mood depends on how good my hair looks + my coffee intake...
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👩🏻⚕️ A lefty surgeon
🙌🏼 Show of left hands, who’s with me?!
Approximately 10% of the population is left-handed. Us lefties, however, are more likely to be ambidextrous, living in a right-handed world...including in surgery!
I was recently asked by a medical student, if being a left-handed surgeon is disadvantageous. I really don’t think so at all. In training, you do have to learn how to adapt- just like in the real world. ✂️ Surgical scissors and needle drivers (like regular scissors and can openers) are designed for righties, and you learn how to use them...with both hands.
As a medical student, I had to learn how to tie surgical knots with my right hand, and then train myself how to do it with my left hand at home. Nowadays, there are so many 📺 YouTube videos on how to do this as a lefty (use them!).
💡 My biggest advice for future lefty surgeons: exercise your ambidexterity, but use your dominant hand. Don’t let your right-handed attendings convince you otherwise “because that’s how it’s always been done.”
And when you’re feeling down about your south paw, don’t forget that many studies show that left-handedness is associated with talent, creativity, and intelligence. 😉
Tagging some famous lefties ✨
PS. What’s up with all of the emojis being right-handed @instagram?!