I picked 2-3, because I don't really gamble and when I do I am usually wrong. What does this mean to the rest of you, you may ask? I just gave OSU some positive MOJO in the fact that I am usually wrong when I bet. And before I picked 2-3, I said out loud "I bet Miller gets 2 or 3".
Thank me later.
Every player on the field accounts for a touchdown. I think we'll score at least six touchdowns so... yeah...
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I picked 2-3. Now ask me how many El Guapo gets. (2-3) ;)
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I picked the 4-5 because i think he scores 2 on the ground and 2 or 3 in the Air. I think you'll finally see Meyer and Herman release the hounds just to put everyone in CFB on notice.
Conservatively 2-3 but hoping more than 6 and go for 2 every touchdown
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1 for special teams, 2 for the defense (pick 6 and fumble return), 2-3 for Braxton, and 2-3 for the running back committee.
Buckeyes scoring between 42 and 56 sounds about right :-)
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I chose 4-5 bc Urban and Herman were very vanilla in the last game and still won. I personally think we're going to see the offense open up against tTUN. Many want to keep saying it's going to be close...I'm not so sure of that. Go watch the Nerdwestern vs tTUN game and add some long down field passes...pretty sure that's what you're going to see on Saturday. tTUN had a problem with stopping Nerdwestern's style of offense...which is very similar to what we do. Ross Fulton's article illustrates this as good as anything.
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Scorewise - I see the Buckeyes winning by three....touchdowns, that is.
I voted 6+ cuz if wishing makes it so, that's what I'm aiming for. That'll get us a win and get him an invite to NYC
I went with 2-3. I think he'll bounce back from last weak and the O-line will open up some running lanes for him and El Guapo.
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2-3 because El Guapo will find pay-dirt 2+ times as well.
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6+ Braxton has a game for the ages while Mark May continues to preach about how Braxton is not a top 15 player in college football...
Braxton will throw for 11 TDs and run for another 8. Carlos Hyde will score 4 times, and we'll get a pick six and punt return TD. Tack on a safety and Urban going for 2 unexpectedly and getting it, OSU wins 178-0.
Okay, maybe not. I'll say 2-3 TDs for Brax.
Class of 2010.
I was confused if you meant how many will he personally run in or how many will be the result of his handing off/running in/flinging. I picked 2-3, meaning that he would run the suckers in.
4 from Braxton, 2 from Hyde, and 1 from Rod Smith.
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2-3. Hyde 2-3
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I voted for ( 2-3 ).... That being said if we get to 4-5 TD's total I think we win "THE GAME".
The Defense will not allow more than 3 scores IMHO... This will not be a shootout high scoring version of THE GAME. Our "D" will be too pumped to allow that.
I'm thinking this is the game where the Philly Brown hand-off hits paydirt (Lord knows we keep running it). Throw in some scores for Hyde/Smith/Guiton and I think 2-3 for Braxton is about right.
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4-5 I'm guessing
I'm thinking he'll have more Heisman moments for ESPN to show in NYC.
He has been bouncing back each time he had a mediocre performance along with the rest of the offense this season.
I don't see that changing this week.
For reference, Miller threw for 2 and ran for 1 as a true frosh last year. This year, with a whole season of experience and a system tailor-made for his skillset, I can't see him going for any less than 4.
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