Zeke could give the Houston RB a lesson on hurdling!
That drive reminded me of our offense last year. (Sigh). When do the announcers let the audience know Herman is a member of MENSA?
I am concerned too but I think we can afford a fumble here and there as the season progresses. What we cannot afford is losing a player to injury which is happening at an alarming rate and to some of our best players. We are getting very thin at the DB positions
Just wondering about Clark (and Sibley as well).... Has tOSU had previous players come from Hoban? Where would you find out.?
Also, I thought under OHSAA rules transferring student athletes had to sit out a year. Anybody know about this?
No down vote from me but how can you have a debacle on offense when your running back cracks 280 yards with three TDs?
"Black is black...I want my baby back" ...Roy Orborson
I don'think thatTUN will be able to control tOSUs defensive line let alone knock them around and " have fun". As Lewan said, all they have known and will continue to know is failure.
Die shrunk weasels! Die!
Here's wishing for you speedy return ....so we can spank you in the BTCG. Seriously, all the best
With great opportunity comes great responsibility Mr. Darboh...may your further assimilation in the American fabric of truth and justice not be hindered by that hell hole of a university that you have chosen.
Tora! Tora! Tora! Attack! Attack! Attack!
Last year, Herman attacked the edges of the defense early and often. Teams could not stop the big yardage and provided safety and LB help to the edges. Then Zeke chewed them up. In a nutshell, that's what seems different this year.
Browns don't dominate anybody for long.....Titans have them just where they want them.
All legs! Very nice!
BC not looking very good but what else did we expect?
This is a story about innovation and business but like most stories written by the Times, profit is associated with greed and soulless corporations. It started off balanced but drifted back to standard themes. All in all, pretty good.
My cat Drew (and quartered) a Hare the other day and left it's carcass lying in the grass. This is basically my premonition for this game.
Games like this scare the be-jesus out of me. They have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Oh and a QB that completing over 70% of his passes!
that makes sense...thanks
People that have PTS or Tourette's Syndrome might be described as "twitchy" . Seems like an odd word for LJ to use to describe Lee in this context.
That's a rant not a Farside cartoon. Wait!.. No?. now I'm confused....
You could and you can say things I didn't say.
I will say that neither MSU's defense nor their offense is #1 one worthy at this point. Maybe they will improve but they were not that great Saturday night.
OSU defense looks #1 worthy and while I find our 38 points below standards it's still more than enough.
If you want to crown them something, then crown them. MSU was at home, facing a newish and small QB? A great MSU team should have pounded them. So this constitutes votes for #1 in CFB?
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah....MSU is so great...but as the Mayor of Reality Ville please allow me to point out they were an overthrown pass to a wide open receiver away from losing that game.
Yeah . I know. Give an old salt a break?
I would pick Indiana if they had any defense whatsoever. Their QB (Seinfeld?) has more talent than Hackensack too.