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14-0. Holy Buckeye. 26-0. The Chase is on.
In no particular order....
Rex Kern, Troy Smith, Con Man Art S, The Cowboy Craig Krenzel, TP.....as much as i cannot stand TP for lots of things you cannot deny what he did as a starter during his career.
Joe Germaine could be on this list as well.
Braxton will be on this list very soon........
Fun debate as there are no provable right answers...let it rage on...
F26 Did you look at the stats? "If numbers are your thing than Schlichter is your guy." Schlichter absolutely is NOT your guy if you go by numbers, his were pretty mediocre...barely a 50% completion %, more career Ints than TDs.
Smith was the starter for 2.5 years, Pryor 3. Smith had a better career completion %, higher yards per pass attempt, equivalent TDs per attempt, and half as many Ints. Pryor closes much of the gap with his superior running. Both were Michigan killers, but Smith beat better Michigan teams. Both have one huge Bowl win, Smith the Fiesta and Pryor the Rose...I can't give Pryor too much credit for the vacated barely hung-on for the win in the Sugar. I can't say that game contributes anything to the prestige of Ohio State football. Smith had the huge regular season win at #1 ranked Texas, Pryor had no comparable OOC regular season wins. He did beat Miami as a Junior, but lost to USC at home as a Sophomore.
I can't agree with putting Kern and Krenzel at 1-2 purely based on the NCs. Kern arguable had the best surrounding talent and Krenzel benefited from 2 of the best defenses and special teams units in his era.
Pryor does not even make my top 5. Not even looking at the tattoo crap, there is no way he scrapes my five.
The CHASE is on...
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