Former Ohio State Football Star Appears To Call Out The Coaches

first_imgTwo Ohio State football helmetsNEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Ezekiel Elliott #15 of the Ohio State Buckeye helmet is seen on the sidelines prior to the start of the game during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Ohio State is trying to battle back and beat Penn State in Happy Valley. If they can’t get a big defensive stop, it won’t matter.Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley has run wild, making plays all night, particularly with his legs. The Buckeyes have been hard-pressed to stop him, and he’s a major reason Penn State is ahead 26-21.Ohio State fans are frustrated with what is going on, and so is former Buckeye star Ryan Shazier. It appears that Shazier called out the coaching staff on Twitter following a touchdown that put PSU up 26-14We not putting the players in position to succeed!! Smh— Ryan Shazier (@RyanShazier) September 30, 2018Now, Shazier might not have been singling out the defense, though that is his area of expertise.Chris Brown of Smart Football had his own criticism about OSU’s linebacking corps–and how they are coached.Also I remain continually puzzled by what Ohio State’s linebackers are taught to read— Chris B. Brown (@smartfootball) September 30, 2018Despite all of this, Ohio State still has a shot to win the game. It needs to get the ball back and score though.Check out the final minutes of this one on ABC.last_img read more

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In Pictures Moroccos Askaoun Under Snow

Taroudant – Light to heavy rain hit several parts of Morocco this week but Askaoun, a small mountainous village at the foot of the Atlas Mountain chain, was hit by heavy snowfall leaving the village, with its typical picturesque winter image, under a blanket of snow.Perched on the low range of the High Atlas Mountain in Morocco, the village of Askaoun, more than 2,000 meters above sea level, and about 280 kilometers far from Marrakech, was cut off the rest of the world after about 25 to 30 cm snowfall.The beauty of the snow, which covered trees, mountains and houses, stunned the villagers, who rushed to snap a couple of picturesque shots of the snowed village. Photo credit: Rachid El Hiyani and Hassan Erraji read more

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