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"Liar, Liar, Vest on Fire!"

Well it is Sparty week for you, my 11W friends.  And as part of my continuing efforts to contribute meaningfully to this really excellent blog, I would like to help you all get your hate up for the visitors from E. Lansing on Satruday. Some of you may remember this story from l...
27 Sep 2011
by M Man

Colorado

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22 Sep 2011
by OKBuck

What about Gary Pinkel?

Akron native. Kent State grad. MAC Champion coach. Has brought in some serious NFL talent to play at Missouri. Downside is that he is almost 60, but I never see his name mentioned by the REPLACE FICKELL YESTERDAY folks. Just think he is an option that would be very solid and c...
22 Sep 2011
by Maestro

Fickell and the OSU fans

Think Russell Crowe and Gladiator, if Fickell wants to win/keep the crowd he is going to appease them. He is not in a position to intimidate a fanbase into submission ala say, Saban. That is why Miller will, hopefully, start and play until the game is decided on Saturday. If Baus starts, all ...
21 Sep 2011
by Doug Buckles

Category 5

First posted at Inside The Shoe by Brady. I’m literally speechless. I haven’t seen that kind of performance from the Buckeye’s since the debacle in Southern California a few years back. Even that game against USC wasn’t as painful as this past weekend’s contest a...

QB vs Miami

Completely ripped off from MGoBrian.  He explains his terms here http://mgoblog.blogspot.com/2006/10/hennechart-legend.html Throwing Bauserman     dead on catchable inaccurate bad read throwaway ...

What Went Right/Wrong: Miami

First posted at Inside The Shoe The first loss in the 2011 season was in serious contention among Buckeye fans for one of the worst offensive performances in recent memory. Miami seemed to be in control for most of this game, and even when they gave chances for Ohio State to get themselves ba...

Start/Play Graham or Guiton against Colorado?

After seeing the performance of OSU's quarterbacks throughout the three games, I can not help but think to myself: "Was Graham or Guiton really that bad that they lost the competition to those two?" Then I realize that the "quarterback competition" this summer was already ...

Miami: Week 3

Miami OSU 27 – Toledo 22.  OK, you saw it.  I saw it.  It is over. It was ugly, very ugly.  I was surprised but probably should not have been.  Don’t we do this pretty much on an annual basis?  Sort of like some dreaded family reunion.  You have ...
14 Sep 2011
by OKBuck

Bauserman against Toledo

Completely ripped off from MGoBrian.  He explains his terms here http://mgoblog.blogspot.com/2006/10/hennechart-legend.html Throwing Bauserman   Dead on Catchable Inaccurate Bad Read Throwaway Batte...

What Went Right/Wrong: Toledo

First posted at Inside The Shoe That certainly wasn't the game any of us were expecting, including Mark May. The offense struggled all game long, the special teams (at times) looked awful, and the defense was back on it's heels for the entire game what with the Spread formations and t...

Toldeo, Adversity and Growth

Re: The running game - While I'll agree the O-line certainly didn't play as fired up as we'll need them to, I don't think we can just write them off already as under-performers reminiscent of previous years. I think we have an objectively talented group that played a bad game coll...

QB vs Akron

Completely ripped off from MGoBrian.  He explains his terms here http://mgoblog.blogspot.com/2006/10/hennechart-legend.html Throwing Bauserman   Dead On Catchable Inaccurate Bad Read Throwaway Batted ...

Perspective

Find it and keep it. Bauserman did work against Akron. Stanley Jackson, Steve Bellisari, Justin Zwick, Todd Boeckman all could have done the same. Bauserman is not good. I repeat he is not good. I would hope a 47 year old qb could find the tight end. Those 'scrambles' were against Akron. ...

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