Sort of surprised me to hear someone say that it's dangerous in New Orleans and LA in general, but the facts definitely support that conclusion. Who knew...http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2016/09/louisiana_tops_murder_rate_aga.html
Also we beat wiscy 59-0...so there's that. Beat them 59-0 and you're in with my full support.
I think the offense will be improved. I think McCaffery will win starting position. I don't think they'll have the defensive personnel to stay in games though. The schedule is tough for them and they'll prob have a down year- 3-4 losses but rebound very well the following year.
So basically they're losing to two Ohio teams next year. That's going to be awesome.
This is the best. The front page at mgoblow is still all about officiating. They have some strong kool aid up there. I can't recall anything like this ever. They just can't accept it. It's beautiful.
That's so fitting. Just perfect.
Yep. It was rough to watch at times. But for crying out loud until we are up there in the booth or on the sideline, then there's no way we can tell what's going on. The good guys won. They helped the world see what a tool Hairball really is, and they made lots of people in mi cry like little babies. Great day.
Your description isn't that far off from an NFL game. Maybe espn is trying to tell us something...
Great point. Sports psychologists have demonstrated the problem of players being over hyped. If only we had an expert helping out with the local team...
If he plays one snap then there's no way he has a broken collar bone. Broken collar bone can puncture a lung or tear subclavian artery. There's absolutely no way this dude plays if he has a broken collar bone. If he gets rolled on, then the brace will prevent the bone from coming out of the skin and will in turn compress it into the lung. So, if they're splitting reps, then that's a good deal for us, because cornhole won't be ready.
The drop dead is a perfectly appropriate response to an adult who targets a little boy for ribbing.
I have an 11 year old boy. If a stranger messes with him, then they have a problem with me. That's not cool at all- 11 year olds can't process that kind of stuff like we can, and it's just like a scum fan to pick at a little kid. I prob would have handled it just as you did, and then I would talk to my kid about how to act towards strangers.
Scum will be a great tune up game for bama. Got beat the jv before you get to play varsity.
I'm calling it a Simpsons thread. We probably should have a category for them, best TV show ever. Anyway, I watched the episode with my family and we all thought it was hilarious. Timing and surprise of comment was perfect. Loved it. I thought it was one of the better episodes I've seen in a while. Great times. Life imitates Simpsons.
Scum wins this by 4 touchdowns. State doesn't have the speed to keep up with them. Little bro gets his beat down today.
I agree, but you're giving too many buttholes. I could only give one.
Scheme kills...The Big has gotten better like Meyer wanted. Now, it's time to re-adjust what we're doing to put our superior players in better positions. He'll make it happen.
They'll be fine. They're pretty young emotionally and inexperienced with playing back to back games at tough places. We have good coaches and excellent athletes who will come together and put a nice wrap on the season for us. It's great to be buckeye fans. And when Hairball is melting down on the sidelines because they're vaunted d-line can't stop us then this will be just a little bump on the road to another curb stomping of Alabama.
I really think they were victims of a really really difficult schedule- maybe even a scheduling error. Asking kids to go back to back away games at UW and PSU is very difficult. Asking young kids to go to those places back to back when the home team is coming off a buy is a recipe for disaster. I just don't think you can get around it. Our preparation is somewhat stymied because we know that the opponent is going to do things with excellent precision that we haven't seen them do on film. I coach high school- not football- athletes and every little thing can affect them. We are all fragile mentally at that age and we as fans prob had some unrealistic expectations on them this week. But really...take the frickin time out and we aren't saying this.
These are kids. This game is so mental. You can't expect them to be together two weeks on the road when the opposing teams get two weeks to prepare for us. It's a stupid mistake on his part.
This is on gene smith. what sort of jack wagon agrees to this schedule? this is totally on him. back to back away after byes. dumb ass.
...was a god. They've turned on him. http://www.mlive.com/spartans/index.ssf/2016/10/mark_dantonio_assures_michigan.html. We, of all fans, no how fickle people are. When he gets curb stomped by tOSU and mi he's going to fall further. If he's smart, then he'll use the credit he has to get to somewhere he can get real players and maybe retire. Sparty is done.
If he's smart, then he'll get the heck out of that hole called e. lansing and try to get down south where recruiting is easier and the temps are warmer. If he's really smart, then he'll get the contract negotiations done asap. That program is done. They're going back to the dust bins of history. They had a couple of guys that worked out for them from a qb and d-line stand point, but they're so done now. Scum is going to roll by them 4 touch downs, if not more. Lots of revenge going to be exacted on them from their big brother and their daddy. They disrespected the family and they're going to pay this year like they never have.
Some issues seem evident on the line. I was concerned with the way we appeared to be shoved around last night. Looked like size combined with formation issues nailed us last night. These guys are young and we have a good d-line coach. I'm pretty confident all parties learned a great deal last night. I would love to be at practice this week for the review and film sessions.