I thought winning the game was the important thing. Not baseball. It wasn't the guys fault. Human error will happen. It's not as easy as it looks and a mistake are bound to happen. The league made the decision to rely on a human call without review, so the anger should be at them.
Did you not watch the Rose Bowl vs playoff? You are not in agreement because we are buckeyes. I go on what I seen the last half of the season and McSorley looked a lot better. Not many outside our fan base would take ours over theirs.
Brady Taylor played in 11 games and only once did I see him man in on a play because he over shot on his block when pulled on block out on the DE. I wish they would leave Price at Guard and give Brady his chance.
Their defense always plays us tough and they have a better QB+ RB tandem. Should be a good game.
The down side of this whole thing is will make Alabama stronger yet as they have less competition for those in that area. Some of those 5* would have ended up at Alabama.
That was the longest few minutes of an ending to game I've ever witnessed. Russia took shot after shot at Craig and it seemed like only a few second would run off every time I looked.
It was delayed anyway. I remember Jim McCay trying to hold in his emotions while telling viewers that the game was over and we wouldn't be disappointed if we stay tuned. I just thought we hung tough because beating them seemed unreal.
I guess you have to consider different eras. I remember NFL players sitting on their helmets smoking a cigarette when they weren't in the game. Red Auerbach used to light up a cigar on the bencg while coaching the Celtics once the game was in hand.
He would have been alright with selling his pants but taking money for his mothers living expenses nailed the coffin shut.
Sorry, I was referring to the OP calling him a criminal not you. Like I said, maybe they didn't want to risk it yet.
Art did not leave OSU in a bad light like Pryor and he broke records while broke the mold for a passing QB while he was here. Whether we like it or not the tattoo scandal is still out there and outside our fan base Pryor brings bad light to OSU. Maybe they didn't want to risk it just yet. Art has one of the worst case additions to gambling there is and he threw his life away. The point could be just about Pryor not making the list without calling Art a criminal.
I'm seeing SOME negative signs over that 31-0 loss we took. We don't seem to be the hot ticket for recruits we are targeting. Not all but more than last year.
Why would you leave out a guy who broke the mold and set passing records for OSU.
Probably because he left in disgrace and they didn't want scabs to be opened.
Schlichter broke the mold for passing QB and broke records at OSU while he was here while TP was a WR playing QB. Plus it appears showing different eras was for showing the long standing history of QBs at OSU.
This is a top 16 seed team.
Not according to the diagram above and it doesn't explain sun light difference near the poles.
Shame that we are not at full strength but they CAN get it done. GO BUCKS!
I'm going on memory also but I think one year with the Bears and another with the Steelers he opened as the starter. I think he was just short of 100 td passes so he was relevant and longer than any other Buckeye QB.
This reminds me of Tebow and Urban in Florida to an extent. Tim was a great leader and runner and could get the job done for all but a few teams where he had to throw. Alabama shut off his run game and down they went. Urban did not waiver on Tim and he is not going to with JT even if it cost a few losses.
If JT is then we are in trouble. They will fix most of the problem and things will be better but we will be limited as things stand now.
You are talking to a wall PHI. Too many making every excuse possible that none of our passing problems are JT's fault. It's like they didn't watch the Northwestern game last year where JT had the time and missed wide open receivers while NW's was throwing strikes with us pressuring the shit out of him. He stares down receivers is why he had them knocked down by the Dline instead of looking them off. It was a problem shared by many with JT included.
Mike Tomscak started 71 games and 14 years as a NFL QB.
First the QB needs to identify open receivers, look off coverage and lineman who knock down passes and deliver an accurate ball. The rest will take care of itself.
So how would you get sun light in the US and darkness in Europe at the same time?