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I guess we do some first half ****ysis of Ohio State versus Michigan.
So, uh, how state, Obviously, looking like the firing on all cylinders on offense.
Justin Fields looking okay.
I definitely think he's a little bit off the market.
Turns his passes.
He definitely had two long ones.
This half that he completed that got them to the end zone for total touchdowns.
This half 1/2 is a tribute to the passing game.
The other half is attributed to the running game and how successful Dobbins has been.
So on top of that, the defense for the House state looked okay.
I mean, they gave up 16 points in the first half which isn't good for them.
I mean, let's talk about mission giving up 28 but our house is defense giving up 16.
It was pretty close to being 20 or 21 depending on of Michigan.
Wanted to go for two right there at the end of the half, but their defense was able to stall.
And here's the clock to their advantage to get that last Thio like force them to get that last few local instead of a touchdown.
The Ohio State offense.
Like I said, firing on all cylinders.
I'd like to see a little bit more potency on on the passing game, but they're really relying on Dobbins in this offensive line to just plow through Michigan and really set the tone and allow the passing game to develop over the course of the game.
So I imagine the second half, even though how say, it's only a 12 I could see them being in blowing the doors off Michigan.
The second half.
I think Robert is a good coach.
Don't don't get me wrong.
I think he does very well recruits very well.
It's a very good coach for Michigan on most most days, is a very good mentor for young men in getting them ready for, you know, life after football and or an or the NFL.
Uh, what I think the second half is going to be is Ohio State.
Probably two more touchdowns.
Michigan, Maybe a touchdown in a field goal on this being Ohio State, really in the second half, just ball controlling the offense.
You saw it in the second, the second part of the second quarter, where did get to the line and then they, you know, sit there for a second, then haul and go get to play call.
I mean, even when they halt, go get the play call.
When they're in fast, it's very quick, and it's only like 10 or 14 seconds off of the play clock before they call the play.
You know, this is 10 seconds before they even look over to the sideline, and then they start, you know, rustling and, you know, kind of looking back towards the sideline, and then they get sent around the place.
So, um, I would say that is probably going to be how Ohio State dictates their second half.
They also do start with the ball going into the second half, so I would hope that they go down, are really efficient, you know, put together like a 10 or 15 play Dr Take off.
You know, the first half of the third quarter and give the ball back up 35 to 16 to Michigan.
I think that would be how Ohio State goes in there and wins the whole game with the first possession of the second half.
I think Brian Day, if I had to imagine, that's what he's telling his cats in the locker room.
You know, let's device just like how Michigan Like I said in the first quarter stream that I did, uh, Jim Harbaugh is a good enough coach to script a 1st 1st Dr down the field. Scripture.
You can score in the first half.
I think Michigan are sorry.
I think Ohio State and Ryan Day has the same capabilities of doing the same exact thing.
So I would expect Justin Fields and Dobbins to go down the field and really put together a 10 or 15 play drive that takes anywhere from 5 to 7 minutes to do and gives the ball back with just about half of the third quarter left to Michigan.
That is how you break them with momentum, because let's say Michigan goes down the field quickly and gets anywhere from 3 to 7 rather same point differential.
And basically the whole third quarter's gone and imagine there'd be like three or four minutes left in the third quarter.
If Michigan is able to get all the way down the field and score, they've shown an ability to get down the field today.
I do want a credit shape. Patterson.
I think he has played very, very well, considering his whole career thus far.
He did have one pass where it was kind of like a zone zone, a rollout play where he faked it to the running back and rolled out and chase.
Young was actually that was on his ass, and he was running back into the right and he throws back across his body down toward non backgrounds by throws like to his body down the right sideline and really just leads number nine. I think it's people's.
Jones is his last name, leads him right down the sideline and completes a really good pass to him and gets us feet inbounds, everything, you know, perfect, perfect possession.
So I do want to say shape.
Patterson has, I would say, shown the ability to make the touch passes on the clutch plays a little more than Fields has show today.
But Fields, I will say how so.
It showed a better ability to stay ahead of the sticks has shown a better ability to stay out of the third and long C. S.
I understand they did complete a couple third and lungs during the first half, but shape Addison just showing the ability to make it happen on the fly.
And I just think he is, considering how well you think of each quarterbacks going into this game.
I think Shay Patterson is severely playing eyes, severely overplaying people's expectations of how he play against, in my opinion, are a lot of other people's opinions.
The best defense in college football during this season so shouts out to him.
Let's see how the second half goes.
I would have to anticipate this is going to be all Ohio State the second half, but we'll see.
Let's see what happens, you know, it's it's college football.
It's exciting, you know.
Michigan could make this a game, you know? I hope not.
I hope you know how State just keeps her foot on the gas pedal as they've shown all season.
And this is the last, right? Like I said before, Ohio State doesn't have the most impressive regular season games up until this point.
But we all knew you look at the schedule U Penn State, Ohio State right at the end of the season, their schedules about to heat up right towards the end.
And they've done everything.
You were the reason why the different condemning Clemson.
Whereas Clemson, they have had, you know, a little bit easier schedule then, um, then our state definite, like, a little bit.
Use your schedule.
But thing is, they played that competition closer than Ohio State, where, you know, Okay, you're supposed to beat this team by 40 years to beat.
This team are 21 they're beating up by one or two more touchdowns.
More than what? They're what people are telling them they should or shouldn't be beating a team by.
So that is just Ohio State.
Why we think of them or as a contender versus Clemson, and I'm going into this year.
I thought Trevor Laurence was a better quarterback than Justin Fields.
I still believe that to be true from a perspective like a prospect standpoint, let's see how Justin Fields does next season.
Arm Sorry, Justin Fields and Trevor Laurence do next season when things are a little bit different, they're in there, Uh, almost like contractor.
We really are the color of their draft here.
Where there proving their final draft stock.
Who's going to be the number one overall taken? I still think, even if Justin Fields slightly outplays Trevor Laurence next year, that just with all the metrics, Trevor Laurence is being a taller, a little bit better.
Our motion would be drafted ahead of Justin Fields if Justin Fields were to outplay, um, Trevor Laurence by a marginal amount next year.
Thanks, Billy Man for joining the Stream.
I appreciate it, man.
Talking about this first half Ohio State versus Michigan.
A couple minutes they're gonna keep back off Ohio State start Ohio State starts with the ball right now.
If you were to give the game ball to, someone would have to say would be Dobbins with his 1st 1st half running.
That was so spectacular.
The play that got the Indian zone for a touchdown was just unbelievable.
That you have the mission defense so scared of him trying to undo his shoe laces, you know, while they're trying to take him down a little bit Bush league stuff.
But what do you expect for Jim Harbaugh on the type of play that he has? So that's the end of my first half ****ysis will be hopping on and doing live reactions of the third quarter, so make sure you stay tuned with me and show some love on the streams.