LSU would be, in my opinion, the only SEC team capable of making the playoffs with 2 losses, because they still have TAMU and Ole Miss on the schedule, and have already gotten their losses out of the way.
I don't see a Bama team that loses to Charleston, Auburn or in the SEC Championship game getting in. A 2 loss Bama is definitely out, IMO.
Yep, what JS3308 said.
I'm going with Jalin, as a couple of people have mentioned, on offense. I think Sparty will have to pick their battles, and the likely targets would be JT, Zeke and Thomas to focus on, leaving a very deadly Marshall to make some big plays.
On defense, I think it's the combo of Apple and Conley guarding Burbridge. I think they effectively "shut down" the senior by limiting him to 75-100 yards.
Wait for someone else in the know to confirm, but I want to say Sections 9 and 15 usually seat a good deal of Buckeye fans when I've been there.
Agreed. I hope JT comes out and takes control early. I want a 14+ point lead by halftime.
I assumed you meant 3 touchdowns and either 3 or 5 safeties.
I disagree on the criteria, except for the pass for more than 300 yards part. We've had the tendency to lose turnover battles and win big games, and Zeke ran for roughly a million yards against the Hoosiers and it was still close.
My opinion is that we all push "Pause" on this entire thread until after Saturday's game.
Thanks again for the suggestion, J2F. Just wanted to let you know that I'm now caught up on The Leftovers and can definitely be considered "hooked."
If your dream is to play in the NFL
Maybe his dream is to play a season in college with his brother first, or get his degree right now, or leave as the all-time sack leader at OSU... point being, we don't know his dreams.
Do I think he'll be back? Absolutely not, but questioning his intelligence from an outside viewpoint isn't a route that needs to be taken.
Woodson. Tough to consider him anything but a defensive player. I know he got a lot of bonus points, so to speak, playing offense and returning punts, but he was primarily a defensive player.
Not a problem, DJ!
I had this brief discussion with Jason on Twitter too, but I don't see this word choice as a bad one. Rant (to speak at length in a wild, impassioned way) doesn't have to hold such a negative connotation. Was it "wild" in any way? No. But he certainly went on, at length, about an issue he was extremely passionate about, even though it wasn't even what he was directly asked. That said, I think your choice of "venting" is the best word that I've seen associated with his interview.
Sucks for the LB that he happened to be standing on "Point B" for Kato Mitchell on that play
Definitely prefer Mexican food... but, it's nice to know this exists when hungry for that particular food.
Ferentz had this wrapped up in August.
Listen. I love Chipotle. But again, it's not that good. Please just try somewhere else.
Open to suggestions, but I can't imagine anything tops Chipotle...
Sad to say that I never knew Pastime Paradise, but that certainly makes Coolio's issues with Weird Al's remake comical.
Excellent write-up again!
Even taking out Burrow, Wallace, Collier and Clark, Gibson was a 5* athlete and wants to play QB. How much more of a superstar QB are you looking for?
Not suggesting the media has any clue, but those headlines are all over the place: