Metroid wrote:Anybody know where to find the list of voters in that Harris Poll and how they voted?
This will get ya close. http://www.bcsfootball.org/bcsfootball/ 2008 Harris Poll panelists: Aillet, Bobby Alberts, Trev Aldridge, Denny Arnsparger, Bill Bartrum, Mike Batten, Sammy Bestwick, Dick Biddle, Joe Bishop, Blaine Blake, Jeff Brandt, Gil Bruce, Earle Buckner, Brentson Carlin, Chris Casciola, Bob Cavagnaro, Charlie Cleary, Michael Collins, Tony Copeland, Jim Corrigan, Gene Criqui, Don Curci, Fran Dann, Lori Dawkins, Pete Del Greco, Al Dienhardt, Mark Dohn, Brian Donnelly, Boots Dorsey, John Duhé, Kevin Dunlevy, Bob Ealey, Chuck Esiason, Boomer Fehlberg, Rondo Frederick, Bob Gagliardi, Robert Goldsmith, Fred Grace, Mike Grim, Bob Grosscup, Lee Hennings, Chad Hicks, Tommy Hines, Clarkston Housel, David Joe, J.J. Johnson, Dr. Charles Johnson, Scott Jones, Robert Kearney, Joe Keech, Larry Kerkhoff, Blair Kern, Mike Kramer, Roy Kurtz, Jesse Lachey, Jim Lapides, George Lawrence, David Leach, Bobby Lessig, James Lucas, Mike Lude, Mike Luicci, Tom Luis, Cindy Mallory, John Mandich, Jim Matthews, Loren McConnell, Joe McGee, Mike McIlhenny, Lance McLellan, Bill Melick, Ray Minko, John Minter, Cedric Moody, Darrell Morse, Jim Morton, Craig Moss, Jack Neverett, Tim O'Brien, Denny Paschall, David Perles, George Pinkett, Allen Ponti, Gene Preece, Steve Prentice, Travis Quinn, Pat Richter, Pat Robinson, Earle Roda, Kenny Sandusky, Jerry Schiller, Harvey Schmidt, Dr. Terry R. Schneider, Paul Sherrill, Jackie Simpson, Corky Smallwood, Irwin Smigiel, Joe Stephenson, Ron Thalman, Budd Tharp, Dick Thomas, Thurman Thulin, Ron Toner, John Trotman, Charlie Urick, Max Valdiserri, Roger Vardell, Tommy Vruggink, Jim Wagner, Bob Walden, Jim White, Jack Windegger, Frank Wine, George Yoshida, Hugh
Last edited by Daddymike59 on Wed Oct 15, 2008 1:04 pm, edited 1 time in total.
deerayfan072 wrote:Anyone watching College Football Live today?
Apperantly some OSU players want Boeckman back and are being vocal about it. Jake Ballard, the TE, said they need to split the snaps.
Despite the fact that Terrelle Pryor and the Ohio State offense hit rough seas last week -- and with one player suggesting a change -- it's clear that Todd Boeckman's ship has sailed.
Coach Jim Tressel yesterday stood firmly behind Pryor, the freshman quarterback he installed as the starter ahead of Boeckman four weeks ago.
No, he didn't have any second thoughts about playing Pryor. No, he doesn't have a scenario in mind for playing Boeckman.
"Do I feel okay about what we've done and what we're doing? Yeah," Tressel said.
On one hand, that's not exactly controversial. Pryor is 4-0 as a starter and engineered the winning drive in the final minutes at Wisconsin on Oct. 4.
But the offense struggled mightily Saturday against Purdue, managing 222 yards against a poor defense and failing to score a touchdown in a 16-3 win (the TD came on a blocked punt).
Pryor has accounted for progressively fewer total yards in each of his starts: 205 against Troy, 167 against Minnesota, 164 at Wisconsin and 124 last week.
At times, he has held onto the ball too long or tried too hard to make a play. Despite being more mobile than Boeckman, Pryor has been sacked more times per game in his starts (2.5) than Boeckman was in his (2.3).
Tight end Jake Ballard suggested that Boeckman might give the struggling passing game a boost. The Buckeyes are ranked 108th in the nation in pass offense, and Pryor threw for only 97 yards Saturday.
"The senior leadership that Todd brings to the table and just how he commands the huddle would definitely help us out," Ballard said, "and he could make some big throws for us. Terrelle could make some big throws for us, too, but he could also help us with running the ball. So I don't think the two-quarterback system would be a bad idea."