That was amazing, good job.
That block was ridiculous, and the slow motion was beautiful.
I love the potential we have. The more games they play together the better they will become and that will provide more confidence in the running game, and more time for JT in the pocket. If they give him the time he will make the throws.
Talking with the midshipmen during their summer cruise when they go out to sea and get hands on experience with the fleet. When I asked about their chances against our buckeyes most started with an overwhelmed look on their face and a bit of a stammer in their reply...Reynolds on the other hand didn't say a word but had a look of confidence and/or cockiness. You could tell he thinks he is ready and will have the rest of his team ready by the game. Ready or not it should be a great game and me and my Navy buddies will be watching down here in Georgia. Go Bucks!
Get well soon.
Hello everyone, I'm a submarine sailor of 14 years, served with many officers from the Naval Academy over the years one a former player. I had the interesting pleasure to host some of the football team this summer during their midshipmen cruise. They are very sharp, and their quarterback Reynolds is not intimidated by our team one bit. I would love the opportunity to take my 10 year old boy to his first buckeye game. Go bucks!
We fans will continue to be faithfully allegiant win or lose.
No excuses, just WIN. Let perception take care of itself.
Nothing is final yet...I can't wait for the season to start and see if we have the refuse to lose of tenacity of the 2002 team.
Our problem in the past is we have a tendency to play down to our opponent at times, and any time you do that you give the underdog the worst thing possible...hope. I love and hate close games, but I would rather not have to pace back and forth in front of my television.