05.Aug.2014 Day 1 Fall Camp / Offensive Line
Some notes from Eggers
Issac clearly a bonehead, who has now put the team in jeopardy:
“The healing had stopped and (the break) had gotten a little worse,” the son of OSU defensive line coach Joe Seumalo says. “My fault, I think. I was so eager to get back quickly, I was doing a little too much on it.”
Worst-case scenario would be that the healing process is so slow, Seumalo chooses to redshirt.
“That possibility has crossed my mind, but I’ll cross that bridge if it comes,” he said. “I don’t really want to think of that right now.”
What an idiot “doing too much” on it…
And Riley on the line:
“It’s not that great right now,” Riley says. “I still have high hopes that by the time the season gets rolling, or shortly into it, that we’ll be good up front with a solid five starters, and then have the best depth we’ve had in a long time. This picture can change with the good health of Isaac and Grant.
Hope is not a strategy.
Bad planning by the coaches coupled with poor decisions by individuals make the odds of this all coming together miniscule.
This looks like yet another disaster for OSU’s offensive line. They have not been serviceable since the pre-Remmer line (2006/7?). I don’t know about you guys, but reading that report does not get me excited.