But, if he had a broken hand, how could Peppers clap? I keep hearing about how he was clapping.
1.) Screw you, Art Briles.
2.) We are clearly a line-driven program. Win the trenches, win the title.
Bonus third thing: Ed Warinner is worth his weight in gold.
Double-bonus fourth thing: Screw you, Art Briles.
That AndyVance, he's okay.
Seriously though, thanks for making this point. I've been rather critical of Coach Matta in years past, so it's pretty clear there is no systematic effort to silence folks who are ready to "move on," so to speak.
As others have noted above, it's not the opinion that gets folks in our crosshairs, it's sharing that opinion in an unproductive way. Golden rule of the Internet: don't be a jerk.
Gotta love the Song Girls. One of college football's greatest traditions.
The old Southwest Conference rides again!
I wonder if he's a Kentucky Colonel yet...
Reynolds got jobbed, no doubt about it.
...not to mention the perennial example of the Pittsburgh Steelers, as referenced above, who not only draft Buckeyes almost annually, but also pick up guys like Will Allen and Doran Grant when they get the chance.
Agreed, Macke. Although I'll admit that I cringed at the penalty and the later dropped pass because I thought, "well, there goes his career." I hope I'm wrong and that he gets another shot.
Nike: Flawless victory.
You're not alone John - I didn't mind the Clark Kent, the throat slash was fine, but the dab just looks dumb. Dumb, dumb, dumb. Stop doing it, it makes you look dumb.
Cowturd is the worst there is though.
All kidding aside, Cowherd is extremely good at radio. Most people equate "I don't like this person's opinions" with "This person is bad at their job."
Silver Bullets doing work in the Steel City!
I have no doubt we would have sold out a Rose Bowl allotment. Our family would have travelled to Pasadena, but interest in going to Glendale was tepid, unfortunately.
I always shake my head when we refer to 18-22-year-old players as "kids," but stories like this (and yesterday's news about Grandstaff) are a good reminder that even though they are in fact "adults," they're not always grown up.
Silver linings, I suppose...
So you know him personally? Is he a decent guy in real life?
I don't know him "in real life" as in we've met in person - but he stays in touch via email. Yes, he is a decent guy, very cerebral (longtime readers will understand that having read many of his contributions), and knows the game and the business through and through. I honestly think he goes to more Ohio State games than 95% of the Buckeye fans I know. Genuinely loves the Rivalry and respects the rival.
Not good. Not good at all.
MMan: well I half expected that, you guys have a really, really great football team. I'm so happy for you.
Actually, it was a lot like that. He pretty much took it in stride.
God bless ol' Uncle 9Route. He was always good for a laugh.
Epic. Like nine episodes in a series epic.
It'll be interesting to see Texas Tom's next move at OC in Houston. Good hire by Ash - clearly he has a vision in mind for the Scarlet Knights, and it seems to be patterned from the Scarlet & Gray.