GameTime Cleveland 175: Campbell is Mmm, Mmm, Good
October 30, 2013•46 min
Summary: The Browns fall to the undefeated Chiefs, but see a huge improvement behind Center. Urban's Buckeyes are still undefeated as they blow out Penn State. And the Cavs tip off the NBA season. It's GameTime! Hosts: Mike Kresic, Tom Kresic Running Time: 46:19 1Q: Browns lose a close one in KC Kansas City hangs on to win 23-17. The offense started with three three-and-outs and fell behind 13-0. The Jason Campbell went to work with a quick scoring drive, hitting Campbell, then Gordan. KC marched right back down the field to match our score. Quick drive closed gap to 20-10 at the half. Browns took ball and scored to start the 3rd on a nice pass from JC to Fozzy Whittaker in stride for a 17 yard score. Browns O Line had some costly penalties, but also held Chiefs to only one sack. Campbell made good decisions and did not turn the ball over. 2Q: Questionable decisions from Coaches and Front Office Questionable decisions from the coaches/front office. Like, your QB depth chart was BACKWARDS! And your acquisition of good hands Davone Bess was a flop. Then you put him in as punt returner after 9 drops on the season and three in the game to that point! Receivers kept dropping passes, so we should expect an overhaul at the position next year. 3Q: Buckeyes blowout the Nittany Lions OSU crushes Penn State 63-14. OSU finally posted the blowout that we’ve been waiting for. No contest from the very beginning. 28-0 lead before Penn St got any points. Urban played three QBs, as if to rub it in. He needs BCS style points. Braxton: 18/24, 252 yds, 3 TDs. Carlos Hyde: 16 carries for 147 yds and 2 TDs. He’s a monster. Defense played their best game. Next: @Purdue on Saturday. 4Q: Cavs tip off this week When will Andrew Bynum be ready to play? Who made the final roster? What is Coach Brown’s depth chart to start the season?