Haven't they had a 'White Out' every game in Slappy Valley since? And haven't they lost every single time?
I snapped up their Oscar-Meyer-ish "Urban Meyer" shirt the minute it came out. Still gets a pop from OSU fans everywhere.
Wish I would've pulled the trigger on the 'Miller: Champagne of QBs' shirt before they got shut down
Beat me to it Wilkins78, but I dig your style!
Finally - a version with an accurate reflection!
I for one will let Daniel Bryan speak for me on these generic unis:
A young Tawny Kitaen would agree; Braxton is Back for More
A general note of feedback site wide is that whenever re fencing a recruit for the first time in an article or post, etc, can you please add at least the abbreviation for his position? Would cut down a lot of confusion. Thanks guys
Cleverly worded question! Reminds oneself of the bright side of the situation.
Look, honestly having Vrabel coach at OSU at all was a luxury. I think he was always destined to coach at the next level and any time we had him was just bonus.
Vrabes, you will be missed!
cant wait till this guy gets some snaps next year!
Go get it Meechy. Can't wait to see you MAAAAAAAAAAAAULING B1G opponents! Woof!
He also mentioned that the running backs are "on scholarship too".
Getting tired off toting the rock? Fair enough. Hot Rod Smith and Zeke can carry the load
If I could up vote this I would. Love it
Agreed. Brax needs ONE thing and one thing only: Reps. Reps, reps, reps.
He's clearly progressed from year to year, but he is NOT ready for the pros. Still not going through his progressions fast enough, anticipating the blitz, reading defenses etc.
just needs reps.
The Cooper years made Gollums of us all.
This is an awesome factoid. Thanks!
Loved this. Had to share with my michigan alum co-workers.
Easy. On a day when it was clear early it had to get done one the ground, the offensive line gets their just deserts. I demand their names be forever enshrined in our memories of yesterday's game, #23
Couldn't agree more. It's not about the lack of the right players I think, but lack of development. The Walruss did next to nothing with some able bodied young men. What he did (or more apt DIDN'T DO) is a crime not only to Buckeye Nation, but the football gods themselves!
Will be at the Cal and Northwestern games - hope to meet up with some of your rowdy 11dubbers
You forgot, it is Ryan 'DAMN!' Shazier: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwQoF105RO4
If I could up vote yet, I would on this
Also, anyone prefer the Michigan State Spartan icon on the side of the helmets as opposed to the big S? I certainly do...
Going to stand up for this, but I prefer Ohio State's current striping on the shoulders for one reason: It becomes THE Ohio State Buckeye Stripe, being repeated on the helmet and down the pant legs. If someone wanted to get greedy, it could even be on the top of some high socks (think chicago bears).
Of course my childhood/youth fond rememberances of the fat, wide, gray and white shoulder stripes of all those great OSU teams will never leave me, but for design asthetic, I prefer the simplicity of that one, unifying stripe that can now be used all over gods creation.
Penn State: Get the names off the jerseys. If you're going to stand for something then do it. The names (and am i crazy or do they have numbers on the helmets now?) are unnecessary when you're championing the minimalist approach.
Northwestern: I prefer the old 90s Darnell Autry/Fitzgerald look (http://i.cdn.turner.com/sivault/si_online/covers/images/1995/1113_large.jpg)
Couldn't agree more about Illinois. Loved the 90s look and made it Illinois own. Now i'm lost.