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Urban says that Dobbins and Weber could line up together in the backfield against Michigan State

PotatodiggerPotatodigger Posts: 336 Junior
https://www.landof10.com/ohio-state/jk-dobbins-mike-weber-ohio-state-football-same-backfield

According to Meyer, lining Dobbins and Weber up together in the backfield will allow him to ignore both backs at the same time.

When pressed by reporters as to how, exactly, he plans on using the backs when they're on the field together, Meyer laughed hysterically. "Use them?!" Meyer said, struggling to catch his breath, "we're just hoping to confuse defenses. We're still going to run J.T. Barrett 30 times."

Asked how his plan to run Barrett could possibly confuse defenses when that's literally all Ohio State does in tight games, Urban Meyer changed the subject. "Hey, have you guys heard about Real Life Wednesdays?"

Comments

  • jumarjumar Posts: 281 Junior

    According to Meyer, lining Dobbins and Weber up together in the backfield will allow him to ignore both backs at the same time.
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  • AlumAlum Posts: 145 Junior
    So we're going to experiment with new formations in a game against Dantonio when all we really need to do is hand the ball to a freakishly athletic player more often.  

  • AJDobsAJDobs Posts: 3 Freshman
    Stop forcing the ball to players other than Dobbins. Like when Elliott was there, fees the beast. 
  • KidBuckeyeKidBuckeye Posts: 28 Freshman
    Could is the big word in that statement. Not going to happen IMO.
  • AustinWardAustinWard Posts: 118 mod
    I still don't think it's really even necessary. The complementary, one-two punch looks pretty effective to me.
  • KnowmadzKnowmadz Posts: 41 Freshman
    It's interesting to talk about but if you do this who are you taking off the field?
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