Last night was not Cam Johnston's best outing.
I will say I saw a play in the NFL last weekend that was somewhat related - as I recall it was a punt return where the receiver purposefully touched the ball from an out of bounds position near the goal line and the kick was ruled a touchback. The announcers were complimenting him on his knowledge and use of the rules to his team's advantage. But still, it just seems illogical: if the player is out of bounds he should not be able to gain possession of the ball.
Jimmy's more shredded than a julienne salad, man.
I can't comprehend how a player who fumbles the ball is awarded the ball for touching it while out of bounds. (Assuming that is the rule.) If they ruled the Ohio State player touched it while out of bounds then it looked like a bad call to me.
Our Buckeyes got done dirty on those two overturned turnovers.
Got it. I am apparently no good at logic problems or basic arithmetic.
You understand OSU is favored, right?
No way. Too many offensive weapons.
He's wearing a shirt!
In 6th grade in 1994?
The one on Lane was excellent.
Is this a real thing, or sarcasm?
"Ima catch you too, little man."
You are a human being.
Here's a tip for you would be scalpers: if a guy is offering to sell you a Michigan game ticket for $100 dollars, something is wrong.
Dude, he is not even 50. That is not old.
I may not have understood 80% of what this man was saying, but I damn sure BELIEVE 100% of it.
Boo this man. (RMS45)
I was thinking Kimbo Slice.
Clean it up, Billy.
Cris Carter v. 2.0