Skull session: NFL teams have eyes on Cade Stover, Chase Young Spoiled Wisconsin’s recent visit to OSU and 11W employee share family member’s success in Special Olympics

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Ladies and gentlemen, you are reading the words of the FBS skipper during the first three games of the season.
Unfortunately, that's not actually me.






I know.  I know.<i> disappointing.</i>






Chase Brown is eligible to enlist after this season and may not return to Illini for another year.  However, if he does, I promise I will find a way to meet with him and do a Q&A - one that will be even better than Mike Hall's feature on the Big Ten Network.






But I digress.  Let's have a good Friday, shall we?



<span class="icon-ohio"> </span><strong>Grown farmer on the radar. </strong>Kid Stover's appearance on the Ohio State offensive this year came as a surprise, as the Buckeyes never used the tight end as a consistent choice in the passing game.






But Stover, or "Farmer Gronk" as Griffin Strom called it, is demanding attention from CJ Stroud as a legitimate airborne threat.  In three games this season, he has collected eight passes for 137 yards, including three receptions at 30 yards.
"Kid did a good job opening up the field and catching the ball," Ryan Day said Thursday on the Ryan Day radio show.  "He runs the tracks. He can open up to the safety and linebackers, so this has become a weapon for us."
Dane Brugler of The Athletic, an NFL analyst, believes professional scouts have noticed Stover's hot start to the season.  If he keeps up with his current pick-up numbers over the first three games, Brugler says the 6-foot-4, 255-pound narrow end could hit the drag plates in 2023.

Over the past three seasons in Columbus, Cady Stover has been an important player in attack, defense and special teams. A four-star full-back recruited out of high school, he started as a defensive end in 2019, moved to attack in 2020 and returned to full-back halfway through 2021. Although coaches acknowledge that Stuffer’s heart is likely to be in defence, they They also see him as a massive attacking potential and pushed him to a tight end to the 2022 season.

With a tight end, now in the NFL, Jeremy Ruckert, Stover became the Buckeyes’ player of the season and had an immediate impact. Through three games, he scores very well as a hurler and averages 17.1 yards per catch with zero drops on 11 goals. Stover is a renewable player based on his pedigree in ban and special teams. But with his emergence as a legitimate choice to catch the pass, his draft continues to rise.

Bruegler also mentions Stroud in his article, claiming the sophomore is one of the "must-watch NFL prospects" on this weekend's college football list.  According to Brugler, Stroud's solid performance against Wisconsin could be all the scouts need to confirm their belief in him as the best player in the NFL.

CJ Stroud flexed his passing muscle last week against Toledo with 81.5 percent completion, 367 passing yards and five touchdowns, giving him an 11-0 ratio in 2022. Three games this season. Defensive coordinator Jim Leonard is one of the best defensive minds in college football, and Stroud would help himself in the eyes of the NFL evaluators with a productive performance.

<span class="icon-ohio"> </span><strong>One man crew. </strong>The last time Wisconsin visited Columbus, the Badger got into a fight with a predator.  Let me tell you guys.  The Predator won that match over and over again.






Chase Young put in an all-time great performance for Ohio State on October 26, 2019, scoring six tackles, five tackles for losses, four sacks and two forced fuss against Wisconsin.  As FOX colorist Joel Clatt noted, it was a "one-man wrecking crew."



I don't expect any defensive lineman in Ohio State to repeat that performance from Young on Saturday. However, with the talent in that room, I wouldn't get past them to reach or exceed this number en masse. The thing I expect to happen is an outcome that will look similar to the software's regular season meeting in 2019. It might not be 38-7, but it looks like the Buckeyes are ready to hand the Badgers a ninth loss in a row, probably in a blast fashion. <span class="icon-ohio"> </span><strong>Message from Garrick Hodge. </strong>For this misinformation, I pass the keyboard on to my friend Garrick Hodge. He has a message to share about Eleven Dubgate and her support for Special Olympics Olentangy.

Greetings everyone.

On Saturday, I will attend the first Eleven Dubgate. Still, it’s strange to be defending this event, but I feel very strong for this event, which is to raise money for Special Olympics Olentangy.

I don’t often write within the confines of a great Skull session, so a quick special thanks to Jason Prestas and Chase Brown for letting me explain why Eleven Dubgate is such a noble cause.

I always looked up to my uncle, Gordon Hodge. He has a smile that stands out in any room, and he is a true love for people and society, especially in his younger years – strong as a bull. He has always been a sports fan and has always supported me in my career. Family members will sometimes tell me how he plans on Saturdays around watching Ohio and gets really upset when the Buckeyes aren’t doing well.

Gordon was easily the most athletic person in our family (hell certainly wasn’t me). He is also responsible for reciting a prayer before every family meeting ends, and he has one of the most optimistic views of life.

However, my uncle has faced challenges throughout his entire life due to things completely out of his control. I’m not a doctor, and I don’t play one on TV, so I can’t really talk about the nitty-gritty about the exact nature of his medical diagnosis. However, I think the best way to explain it is that he is an adult with special needs who faces different health and cognitive challenges.

But this did not prevent him from living life to the fullest. Gordon has always been incredibly energetic. In the early 2000s, he was good at snowshoeing. He trained year-round with a Special Olympics organization in Wisconsin, made possible by funding that came in part from donations – the same donations that can be made to Special Olympics Olentangy at the Eleven Dubgate event.

In 2004, he was so good at snowshoeing that he qualified to represent Team USA at the 2005 Special Olympics Winter Games in Nagano, Japan. I had this stupid thing called middle school, otherwise I would have gone. My father was lucky enough to attend, and watched his brother win three gold medals.

On March 1, 2005, his relay team took the gold medal. A few days later, he won the gold medal for the 1600m race and one day later he took first place in the 5km race.

My father called – probably with tears in his eyes – while watching his brother fulfill a lifelong dream, something I also understood about a decade later when I watched my brother win a gold medal at the X Games.

When my uncle came home, he lived 15 minutes of fame. A few local news agencies came to photograph him and write stories about him. I remember eating breakfast with him one morning, his cereal in his left hand, his case displaying his three medals in his right. He was proud of himself and felt like a hero. I can honestly say winning those medals was probably the best moment of his life. This and the Cubs won the World Championships in 2016 (sorry Cleveland fans).

I don’t know if that trip to Japan would have happened to him were it not for the generous donations of friends, family, and strangers touched by his story. Because of their selflessness, no one would be able to take those memories and accomplishments from him.

Which brings me to one final request.

If you have the means, even if it’s just a small contribution, I’m asking you to help provide the people at Special Olympics Olentangy with a similar opportunity to what my uncle would have, because you might give someone one of the greatest moments of their lives. spirits. Someone who worked for it and deserves it.

Thank you for your interest in making a donation to Eleven Dubgate and Special Olympics Olentangy. Everyone at Eleven Warriors hopes to see you there.

It’s time to get back to writing about employment.

Garrick Hodge

<span class="icon-ohio"> </span><strong>XLEVEN DUBGATE X lets the good times roll with the car's shaft.</strong>






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Doors open at 3 p.m. for Eleven Dubgate X, which takes place this Saturday before Ohio State's game with Wisconsin.  This event is based on your donations, which will benefit Special Olympics Olentangy.  Both Cash and Venmo (OSSOSTORM) are accepted.
<span class="icon-ohio"> </span><strong>Today's song.</strong> The "House of the Rising Sun" for animals.



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