Let Me Ask You A Question...

By Johnny Ginter on September 25, 2010 at 9:40p
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...Do you like points? Well, of course you like points! Who the hell don't?!

It was most definitely an extremely beautiful day in the neighborhood; the air was crisp, the sun was shining, the students were back, and the Ohio State Buckeyes scored so many points that if you were playing a drinking game with Uncle Jemima's Pure Mash Liquor you and your friends would be deader than dead. Beyond dead. The deadest. 73 points, my friends, is a lot of points. It should go without saying that those were the most points scored in the Jim Tressel era, but it was also the most points scored since Woody Hayes shuffled off to that great stadium in the sky. Not even Coop, with some of the most high flying offenses OSU has ever seen, managed 73 points.

The game started a lot like the last one did, with the Buckeyes having their way with the opposing team's defense. Almost immediately Pryor went for a little stretch of the legs for a 53 yard TD run, which was followed up by a 31 yard TD pass to Sanzenbacher. Finally a drive ended up stalling, forcing a Barclay field goal, but six minutes later Boom Herron scored on a 7 yard run and at the end of the first quarter it was 24-0 Ohio State.

Eastern Michigan, however, was not going to simply take their $850,000 check and go home. In the second quarter they came out firing and took advantage of some injuries that occurred with the cornerbacks; I think at this point it should be clear that we have two pretty good corners and maybe four not so good ones. Chimdi Chekwa missed time in two quarters due to back spasms, and while he was out, Dominic Clarke was victimized repeatedly by the EMU quarterbacks, although Torrence also was badly out of position (and was given a bit of a talking to after the game) on a 46 yard pass that eventually led to a TD. In fact, EMU managed to put up 14 points during the second quarter, both touchdowns coming on sustained drives that included some big passes over the top.

Not that it mattered. Terrelle Pryor was firing bullets and running around dudes all game long, and in the second quarter TP threw for two more touchdowns, both to Sanzo. Both of these guys had huge days. Sanzo would tie a team record with 4 TD catches, which now means you can say the names Dane Sanzenbacher and Terry Glenn in the same sentence totally unironically. After the game center Mike Brewster would say that sometimes he feels that Sanzo is “underappreciated” and “deserves the recognition” he's going to get from his day. He's absolutely right. The Buckeyes have an amazing weapon in number 12, but if we could keep that on the down low that would be great.

At the half the score was 38-14, but after that things started to get really ridiculous. EMU would score again, this time victimizing Corey Brown, who was in for the absent Chekwa, but not before Sanzo caught another TD and quickly afterward Tressel twirled his mustache, yelled “Buwahahahah!” and dialed up a ridiculous play whereupon Pryor lateraled to Jordan Hall, who then fired a perfect pass back to Pryor, who had been steaking down the sideline, for an easy 6 points.

Later on, instead of saying this...

“...(EMU) always played the similar coverage [that Miami did] and so we thought we were going to catch them then... so it worked out as we hoped.”

...Tressel should've just put on some shades and yelled DEAL WITH IT. At this point it was 52-20 OSU and the game would continue in this incredibly evil fashion. EMU would get no more points, but Bauserman would throw a TD to Hall, Jamaal Berry would rumble 67 yards for another, and everyone's favorite little dude Kenny Guiton finished things up with a 15 yard run and holy crap really? 73 points! I'm an Ohio State fan. This is like watching man land on the moon. Who could not be happy with this game?

Oh, right. The defense.

No smiles on defense. Heyward was mad, deflected the struggles of the secondary back on the d-line (because he's a good captain). Rolle was mad. Homan was mad. After the game Larimore would tell me that the problem wasn't preparing during the week; the seniors stepped up and got the team ready. The problem was that “...during the course of the game is when it hits you... that any team can score.” In other words, it doesn't matter if it's EMU or Miami or USC, if you lose focus, any team will take advantage of that.

From big Cam himself (whose voice Devon Torrence would say is like “a shadow coming out of nowhere”): “...We didn't play Buckeye football in the first quarter or second quarter” and Rolle would later add that “this is the first time I feel we didn't get a win on the defense this season.”

I guess that's fair. EMU did score 3 touchdowns and had five plays of 15 yards or more. But guys. 73 points. Pryor threw for 224 yards and 4 touchdown passes (he's now fifth all time at OSU in that category). Sanzo caught them. The team rushed for 342 yards and passed for another 303. Big time stuff.

“...As an offense, we don't come into the game planning on 73 points... but sometimes you're in the right place at the right time.” Sanzo might be underselling the performance a bit, but in a sense, he's right. This did not come against a Big Ten team, or a ranked team, or even a halfway decent team.

It's still totally awesome though.

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Buckeye_Mafia's picture

Wow. Never thought I would see a Tressel team hang 70+ points on anyone. EMU included. It was like playing NCAA Football 11....

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JakeBuckeye's picture

Good recap. I'm already ready to move on from this game, though. It gave some nice highlights, but it was Eastern Michigan...

Now its time for Big Ten play, and two games (Illinois & Indiana) that I believe are potentially major trappers leading up to the Wisky game. Especially Illinois... For some reason I'm getting an eerie feeling about that game.

btalbert25's picture

I'm not worried about any games until Wisconsin.  Illinois doesn't concern me and Indiana certainly doesn't bother me.  I realize people are freaking out about the D, but this team has to many verteran leaders to overlook either of those teams.

btalbert25's picture

and how much better are either of them than the competition we've faced so far. 

JakeBuckeye's picture

We weren't worried about Purdue, were we?

That's why I said "trap" games.

btalbert25's picture

How many games were you honestly comfortable last year prior to that game?  The offense was pretty bad, the line was banged up, Pryor was making bad decisions.  This is a totally different team than we were at this point last year. 

tomcollins's picture

Purdue was actually a much better team than their 5-7 record last season.  You get a trap game when you play a team that's actually got some talent, not scrubs like Indiana and Illinois.  If we aren't favored by 17+ in both games, I'd be shocked.

PALM BEACH BUCKEYE's picture

Illinois sucks.... this one will be a blow-out also. 

JakeBuckeye's picture

Purdue sucked too. They were 1-5, in fact.

I can't help but believe we have a really dumb fanbase for the most part.

btalbert25's picture

I don't really appreciate you implication of who is dumb based off of my comment.  I would think it would be pretty dumb to think this Ohio State team is anywhere comparable to last years Ohio State team around the Purdue game. This is a totally different team, but the same crappy Illinois.  The game will be over by the end of the first quarter.

JakeBuckeye's picture

The way I said "dumb" was a little too broad, but yes it is extremely stupid to treat these future opponents as automatic blowouts.

Run_Fido_Run's picture

I'm just glad that we have jakebuckeye on here to warn us fans not to overlook certain teams, when it is time to move on to the next topic, and to tell us to stop using the "terribly unclever" eSECpn thing. If it weren't for jakebuckeye, all of us would succumb to juvenile, irrational, and dumb behavior.      

poguemahone's picture

Well, to be honest "eSECpn" is roughly as asinine as "O$U", if not more so 

JakeBuckeye's picture

I feel like I'm talking to third grade UCLA fans when someone uses "eSECpn".

Sorry, its obnoxious.

And at what point have I told everybody to move to the next topic?

Run_Fido_Run's picture

That's what I'm saying: many of us are just like third graders, so it's good that you're here to correct us.

Like, I mistakenly thought that when you wrote, "Good recap. I'm already ready to move on from this game, though," that you were suggesting it was time to move on (to the next topic, perhaps), but thanks for correcting me. You always seem to know better.    

JakeBuckeye's picture

Yes, I was speaking for myself. Can I not do that, dickhead?

I'm not going to dwell for too long over a win at home against Eastern Michigan. Others can feel free to, but I won't because that's how I feel yet I don't speak for others.

And yes, I will stand by my statements that its dumb to presume blowouts in any Big Ten games (especially games away from home like next week) and to say things like eSECpn, U$C, etc. etc.

buckeyedude's picture

Holy Toledo, yous guys are fighting like 3rd graders! We're all on the same side here. Just a difference of opinion.

 

 

btalbert25's picture

There were just a lot of things leading up to Purdue last year that I had a horrible feeling about the game coming in.  This is a much better team than last years, and relatively healthy that's all I'm saying.  I wasn't as shocked about Purdue as others were.  Especially with a close game with Navy, a loss to a USC team that was clearly not the same USC teams we had been accustomed to playing, and some other games that just weren't that impressive, even if they did win by a fair amount.

I just don't figure Indiana and Illinois are really that much better than Marshall and EMU, and certainly not Miami.  They should be prepared,  and as anyone can any week I suppose they could be upset.  I just think the defense will be playing nasty to make up for today's 20 point showing, and the offense is just going to continue to grow. 

I can't point to anything about either of those teams that leads me to think, oh man, we better be worried, that's all I was saying.  You may be right, but I hope you aren't.

Seth4Bucks's picture

Holy Crap! We come out and lay some major wood on an opponent and we start turning on each other? WTF!?!? No reason to start acting like SEC or USC fans!

andyr78's picture

I feel like I am really starting to sound like a broken record every weekend.  But seeing Herron and Saine get tackled by guys laying on their backs is getting old week after week.  Why doesn't Tressel put Jordan Hall in the game with the 1st team?  He runs through weak arm tackles and makes guys miss.

I am not that concerned about the defense as long as Chekwe is healthy.  EMU picked on the younger CB's.

Seth4Bucks's picture

If you're going to have problems on D, it may as well come in a game where the offense scores like they're playing some college Bball. I hope to God that these depths issues don't come back to bite us. The young guns in the secondary might have been burned a little bit, but I'm hoping they learn from it and are better for having gone through the fire some. If not, well     .   .   .   we're going to need Evil Tress to show up more often.

btalbert25's picture

I'm glad to that Homan, Rolle, and Cam are all pissed off.  That means next week they will be playing with a bad attitude and force some turnovers.  They may score 80 next week.

In all seriousness I though, I'm glad they did just keep pounding these guys.  I know it was a really bad team and it may not be the most sportsmanlike thing to do, but to hell with that, those guys made a lot of money to come to Columbus and take that beating.  I hope they hang another 70 on Illinois.  I'd love to see Evil Tressel every week and again in January. 

btalbert25's picture

Watching Boise State and just saw a taunting penalty on Boise State.  That's why I don't like that team.  Last year the infamous punch came from a Boise player taunting.   I'm so tired of hearing about them being the little underdog that plays so hard and never gets respect.  When it seems to me that every time they are in the spotlight there is an example of poor sportsmanship.

BuckeyeChief's picture

Swear to God, i'm thinking the same thing; great team but f'in dirty on D. A few helmet to helmets, leading with the helmet and taunting. Not celebrating, but taunting. Shit talking MFers.

 

"Damn I miss El Guapo"

btalbert25's picture

Stuff like that doesn't make me think, "poor Boise State"

BuckeyeChief's picture

Yet another cheap shot by Boise.

 

"Damn I miss El Guapo"

JakeBuckeye's picture

+1 to this comment.

I happen to know one personal story regarding Austin Pettis, and let me just say its not a compliment to his character.

BuckeyeChief's picture

Come on, spill the beans!

 

"Damn I miss El Guapo"

NW Buckeye's picture

There were at least 5 hits that should qualify for disqualification for their next game (ala Coleman from last year when the Big 10 reviewed a hit from a game - I'm betting the WAC will do nothing about it).  Only one of them was flagged, and it was the least flagrant.  The hit on James Rogers was deliberate head hunting, the D Back did not even try to tackle the Q, who ended up making a first down.  That was the dirtiest team I have witnessed this year.  To top it off, the WAC officials did not review at least 4 calls that should have been reversed.  And, to think I was actually starting to kind of like their system.  It is difficult to give Boise any respect when we have to watch this kind of spectacle whenever they play at home.  Maybe they think we won't notice because the blue field clouds our vision. 

buckeyedude's picture

So what you are saying is, Boise State is the "new U?"

 

 

NW Buckeye's picture

It appears that way.  Only Peterson pretends that he is coaching a bunch of angels.  At least with the U the coaches didn't pretend. 

Bucksfan's picture

Sick day.  I mean, your analogy about a moon landing is right on.  73 points is so wierd.  I was half-expecting them to start playing with 8 guys, like when Boston scored on a punt return against Pitt in 1996 with only 7 blockers or something to make it 72-0.  But you don't expect your third string QB to go out there and look like a mini-Pryor, regardless of the competition.

Hell of a game.

PALM BEACH BUCKEYE's picture

Tress seems like he is finally getting it....   Killer-instinct has to be practiced as well.  It cant just be turned on in January.....   Nevermind being a gentleman and trying not to make the other coach look bad, it is his job to stop you and not yours to protect his job or his ego.  I liked that Berry and Guiton had the green light to keep scoring .....  150% at all times and go for the jugular when given the chance.

btalbert25's picture

I think he finally has a team that he can afford to go for the kill every week. 

Natty Light's picture

aren't we really worried about the corners?  torrence got lit up a few times.  gateway brown and clarke got beat big.  i used to tense up when the ball was thrown at chekwa, but the rest???

didn't EMU have like worse that 100 ranked offense? 

poguemahone's picture

I don't recall Torrence giving up many big plays, but Brown had a few good tackles to go along with a couple bad plays and Clarke, well, we sorta knew Clarke was raw.

As long as Torrence and Chewka stay healthy, I'm not all that concerned.

btalbert25's picture

I personally amd pretty happy to see these younger and inexperienced guys getting this many snaps at this point in the year.  Let them take some lumps against these teams, then they will be ready to step up later if something were to happen to Checkwa or Torrence.

Natty Light's picture

well 2 of those >15 yard passes were to torrence's guy - looked like they were in man on a lot of the passes.  Im just worried cause i thought EMU would be so bad. 

 

PS I looked at some of their recruits...they have a soph WR listed at a 4.87 40.

slippy's picture

Torrence also got a PI call and was beat deep on another play that was overthrown.  Our corners are not great (serviceable?  how's that?) but we don't play a good enough passing team to worry about it.

buckeyedude's picture

Wow slippy. That's offensive lineman territory, isn't it?

 

 

slippy's picture

Haha, I don't want to be too harsh on the guys but they don't exactly shutdown anyone.   They're good enough against most teams and look even better when the line gets a lot of pressure and the LBs are all over.   I know this game was not all on them (nor did it matter) but it's been a few years now.

tampa buckeye's picture

you cant put everything on the corners. they hurt us deep down the middle.  that is on the safeties.  i'm missing barnett already.  

bottom line is three td's to that team was three too many.

RedQueenRace's picture

Several of those were great throws by the EMU QB, including one that had good coverage + pressure. He simply put it where only the receiver could get it by laying out.

The tight end getting wide open up the seam on play action multiple times is bothersome though.   Wisky will kill us with that.

Nappy's picture

Can we just give Saine and Boom their degrees now and send them on their way? Please?

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osukdawg76's picture

Yeah, I'm ready to see a tandem of Jordan Hall and Jamaal Berry.  I'm watching Saine and he is just not exploding through the hole like he should.  Boom seems to be doing better, but I watch Hall and Berry get into the game and it's like black and white.  These guys need more carries, and not just in garbage time.

 

73 points....I'm still getting over this.  I posted on my Facebook "Alright Bucks, I want 70 points today."  I couldn't believe it when it actually happened.

I, for one, welcome our new coaching overlords.

 

 

buckeyedude's picture

I heard Zoom wants to run track next spring and really embarrass D. Robinson in the BigTen championship meet. He's tired of hearing it.

 

 

SilverBullet33's picture

These passes weren't all on the CBs.  Not one person has mentioned the lack of pressure on the QB, again.  Cam should be pissed, he hasn't produced much thus far.  Every game the announcer says,well he doesn't get any sacks, but he disruptive....apparently not very as each QB we've faced has seen very little pressure, which leaves even the best DBs at a disadvantage, couple that with the injuries...you get a few open plays.  Now as for the TE killing us, that was a scheme issue IMO as the LBs never get enough depth and since we play zone 99% of the time the safties are too deep to challenge the pass, only there to tackle the guy after he catches it.  That's the weak spot in any zone D.

buckeyedude's picture

I've been saying since he was a freshman, that Dane Sanzenbacher, from my hometown Toledo, will make you forget about, or remind you of A. Gonzalez(or T. Glenn will suffice). Maybe a bit of a stretch, but I agree completely that Dane is very underappreciated. He will be sorely missed next year because of his leadership and the fact that he almost always catches anything thrown his way. The kid has great hands, and I  hope he gets shot in the NFL.

Have to admit it was really nice seeing the offense hitting on all cylinders, for once! Great to see second teamers come in and play lights out. Usually, when the guys on the bench come in, you get the fumbled snaps, INTs, sloppy play, etc. But Bauserman looked good(he almost scrambled for a 1st down!), and Kenny G didn't make any mistakes.

I think OSU comes out of this game with a positive mental attitude, unlike the Marshall game, when T.P. & Co. were thinking they could've done better.

I give the OSU offense an "A" and the defense a "B-".

BTW, there was a debate before the game on whether Ohio State would cover the 44 1/2 points they were favored. It seemed to me Tressel knew what the spread was and wanted to cover that for once in his career at OSU. LOL.

One other thing, maybe I'm nitpicking here, but watching the game at home, early in the 3rd Qtr., I noticed a lot of empty seats when the cameras were pointing at the stands. Common Buckeyes fans! Geez.  There was a lot of good football missed if one left the game at halftime. Since I have to drive from Toledo, when I go to the Indiana game on the 9th, you can bet I'll be staying for 4 Qtrs, rain, snow or shine.

 

 

NW Buckeye's picture

We live in Seattle and have season tickets.  We try to get back for as many games as we can (4 this year).  We cheer our hearts out and encourage all around us to join in the revlery.  I do have to sell my tickets to games we can not attend to family and friends.  We sell them at face value with the stipulation that the purchasers occupy the seats from the beginnning to the end of the game.  Never have any problem finding someone who wants those two seats.  However, it still amazes me how many people leave the games, even the good tight ones, before the team sings Carmen Ohio in front of the band.  We were at the Miami game and witnessed fans heading for the exits with about 5 minutes left.  Maybe it is because of the distance we travel and the expense and all, but I will always stay to witness that at the end of the game, win or lose.  Those who left yesterday missed a chance to see a pretty good performance by future starters. 

J.Mo's picture

Eastern Michigan should lose the Eagles nickname and become the fighting Emus.

Buckeye_Mafia's picture

Dude. Simon, Larrimore, and Heyward were in the backfield almost every defensive play. And Heacock was not rushing with anyone outside the front four. I think we will be fine. And Gillett made a few amazing throws. Can't do much about that. Even if it was EMU.

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Northbrook's picture

There were some very nice throws in the face of pressure that led to the Eagle points. Were there some DB mistakes? Yes, but the execution was first rate.

Northbrook's picture

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JohnBoy's picture

Our defense is just average. I said it before the season and I keep saying it. We won't win the NC unless our defense plays better and more aggressively...specifically the secondary and defensive line. We may not have the depth and talent in some areas to get measurably better.  We also don't seem to be interested in blitzing anyone...maybe they are sandbagging but I doubt it. We will see how they do against better teams in conference play. EMU saw some weaknesses on film. We cannot rely on score dueling with elite teams like Alabama, LSU, or Florida. This season kinda gives me flashbacks of 2006...we thought we were unbeatable but actually were playing in a down league with a poor defense. I hate to be a skeptic but I'm leaving the kool-aid alone right now.

What's with all the injuries?

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JakeBuckeye's picture

You don't really think our defense is just average, do you?

Wow.

Matt's picture

I think our dinged up secondary is average.  When healthy, and after seeing Texas lay an egg against an opponent with a pulse, I think we have the best defense in the country.  It remains to be seen whether the secondary can get healthy enough to compete, however.

JohnBoy's picture

I sure do. Look at some of these SEC defenses dude....they attack,  they have serious athletes who can cover and depth / speed with the big men. Our defense is average, simple as that. You really have to take the media out of it with all the hype and watch the athletes. Tune is to some of these other teams (Florida, Alabama, LSU) We are not nearly as good as we think or the Ohio press thinks we are.

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JakeBuckeye's picture

Ok, first off, get off your knees and close your mouth please. You've been watching a completely defense than what's been shown by Ohio State.

Please tell me what Alabama's, Florida's, and LSU's defense has shown that we haven't?

poguemahone's picture

From his "athletes" rhetoric, I'm thinking that guy's little more than an SEC plant.

I also like the fact that LSU gave up 436 yards to UNC and Alabama just got done getting gashed by Arkansas to the tune of 400+ yards. But they ATTACK, right? Give me a break. 

JakeBuckeye's picture

+1, Sam.

I was just remembering the UNC-LSU game as well.

JohnBoy's picture

A real possibility....I just worry about our depth and also our schemes. We just haven't had that "fire" and aggressiveness you mention consistently. 

I would love to eat crow on this one but I just don't think I'm off base. Scarlet glasses removed, our defense has been shit against top opponents for awhile.  I mean seriously gouged up in these better games (minus Oregon). For the last 5 or 6 seasons the hype and the individual awards are always there but the results are not.  They may be on the right path....but I gotta see it first. Imagine what Arkansas or Alabama or Boise State would have done to the secondary yesterday!

I'm not trying to flame here....I'm giving an alternate perspective....I am attending some of these SEC games and I have a look at them up close. I will be going to OSU / IU in a couple of weeks....I can't wait to see the comparison.

Because of our horrible national rep as a team and conference, having great statistics in BigTen play isn't good enough anymore. We are now judged solely by our OOC performance. The BigTen is looking average so far this year with Iowa, Minnesota and Penn State's losses.  Miami and Oregon were great steps for us....now we gotta stand on some of these SEC mouthbreathers necks with our aggressive defense!

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JakeBuckeye's picture

Hmmm... Your judging this defense based on games like '08 USC and LSU/Florida. Hate to break this to you, but none of our current starters started in any of those games. Contrary to SEC belief, the 2006 and 2007 seasons are now dead arguments. Sorry.

How about we start judging this defense more based on last year USC, last year Oregon, and this year Miami (in which the defense played amazing in all three) which are all actually relevant to this year's defense, and less on games which these guys hardly played in.

What would you like to see "fire" wise? Four interceptions against Miami? Oh wait, that did happen! How about 13 turnovers forced through 4 games? Oh yeah, that's happened too!

I'm not even one of those "anti-SEC" Buckeye fans, but if you are truly a Buckeye fan then you are trying way too hard to be unbiased here.

JohnBoy's picture

I don't see those past seasons as dead arguments....I see them as a trend. Players gone but same coaches partner. USC last year? Really? You let a true freshman quarterback march down your field at your house and win the game. Defense was gassed at the end I believe....

Many of the posters here wanted Heacock and Bollman gone after those games...were questioning Tressel etc. I will give you Miami and Oregon...like I stated earlier maybe they are turning the corner. The turnovers are nice no doubt.

As far as being a true Buckeye fan, I live in the heart of SEC country, wear my colors proudly and play defense constantly. What argument can I make for the Bucks? Overrated, that's the tag guys. I dream of the day I can rub it in the face of an LSU fan.

I'll avoid pessimistic comments in the future no doubt. Sorry if I stirred the pot. Go Bucks!

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JakeBuckeye's picture

So John Brantley will have the same numbers and is at the same level this year as Tebow did his first year starting because its the same coaching?

And Michigan will go 5-7 again under Denard Robinson like they did under Tate Forcier because its the same coaching? U R MAKIN LOTS UH SENSE

No shit the defense was gassed. The offense was almost 100% ineffective that game in an ultra-conservative gameplan that depended almost completely on the defense's play. They played out of their minds that game when no one really gave them a chance.

Not to mention a goal line stand on USC's first drive of the game that was botched by the officials.

Let me jusk ask, who brainwashed you? Was it local TV stations or your jort-wearing neighbor Jim Bob? Please, if you are going to have the same flawed logic/argument of "WE'RE IN DA SOUF AND WE USED TA HAD SLAVES DAT WERE BLACK AND DOSE BLACKS STAYED HERE AND DEY FAST SO WE FASTEST DEN EREONE ELSE", then just become a fan of an SEC team.

JohnBoy's picture

I am not an SEC plant guys....offering a different viewpoint. I hope they prove me wrong.

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Buckeye_Mafia's picture

I think all of thoae games we lost were meltdowns because of the Florida beating. Everytime after that, when the team got down in a national games, they tucked their tails between their legs and rolled over. With that being said, this is a totally diferrent team both personnel wise and mentality wise. Hopefully we run the table and blast off on an SEC power like Alabama. But sadly, I just don't see it happening.

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