发信人: steedprance (steed), 信区: NCAA
标 题: Maisel: Just wins baby
发信站: Unknown Space - 未名空间 (Mon Nov 17 01:32:38 2003) WWW-POST
for the scarlet and grey QB from Michigan
"He puts the ball in an area where me or nobody is going to get it," wide
receiver Michael Jenkins said.
The Ohio State offense may put more Buckeye students asleep than their econ
professors, and quarterback Craig Krenzel may have the kind of star quality
that screams Weather Channel. But there's a funny thing about the Buckeyes:
they score more points than the other team. That's not merely because the Ohio
State defense has allowed only four rushing touchdowns, fewest in the nation.
The Buckeyes may rank only seventh in the Big Ten in total offense (381 yards
per game) but in every clutch situation, Krenzel proves as dependable as a
telemarketing call at dinner.
Senior linebacker Matt Wilhelm used the traits "confidence and maturity" to
describe Krenzel's ability to succeed from the moment he stepped onto the
field. "Coming out and getting a big win for us (against Michigan) was huge.
He's comfortable as a starter. He's got total confidence in his offensive
line. He's got total confidence in his receivers to make a big catch. He makes
big plays when a big play needs to be made."
When Clarett announced early this week his intention to play Saturday, a buzz
of excitement coursed through the Buckeye Nation. Anyone who considers Clarett
the offensive savior of the second-ranked Buckeyes hasn't been paying
attention. If Ohio State beats Michigan and earns an invitation to play for
all the Tostitos on Jan. 3, it will be because KRENZEL takes them there.
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