The natural inclination of these refs is to GIVE to ND !?!
Nice job, young Bucks! In March, that will be called a "quality win!"
Folks... we have an opportunity to end the season on a two game winning streak vs. scUM and ND. Enjoy!
That two points looks safe.
This is more along the lines of what I was trying to convey. I was just saying that losing early (though to a dreadful team) last year was all that saved us, in the end. Had we lost week 10 to Va Tech, no way we get in.
Sorry... my first post was not clear.
It's also another lesson in, "it's not if you lose, it's when you lose."
Minus, "go Gators..." that sounds like a checklist for a heckuva date night.
Did anyone else think/notice DJ Durkin looks a little like this guy?
THIS! Yes... I had the same thought!
What a great ...great... game. SO proud of those guys!
Oh, and ... allow me to be the first to congratulate Kyle Kalis on winning the MIKE HART trophy, going 0-4 against OSU!! Blood on the field, huh?
There's blood on the field. Is that? Yes...it is. Kalis is bleeding.
And...just like that.
It goes without saying... the O has done their job. This game is now in the hands of the D.
"Sweep the leg, Johnny!"
Okay D... DO YOUR JOB!
"MUST get off the field"
1st big break: US
The offense NEEDS to do their part and stay on the field, here. The D is going to be exhausted by the second qtr
None taken. It was just a thought... I, too, shared the dueling ego concern.
I'll mark you down (with me) in the "Kevin Johns column."
I imagine he has a sweet TV gig awaiting him, but a co-worker suggested Steve Spurrier. Thoughts on The Visor/HBC in C-bus? Another name I have heard thrown around (and I fully support for personal reasons) is Indiana's Kevin Johns.
Four quarters. Beginning with the first quarter. It's really not that complex. This team, when they play four whole quarters, can't be stopped.
UV to offset the DV.
Agreed, for the most part. There are times when it feels like our game vs scUM in 2010, when Denard would come in and run (every single time). Even Matt Millen caught on and, on air, noted something to the effect of, "They need to stop putting him in just to run, every time. Ohio State's not fooled." The primary difference, I would say, is Braxton 2015 > Denard 2010. He sees things (holes, etc.) Denard was not (yet) seeing in 2010. I think the coaches know what Brax is capable of, in terms of turning nothing in to something.
I am guessing we're exactly 20 days away from finding out that shoulder is fully healed...