So they went from 9-2 to 8-3 or is that a typo?
I went to the site and couldn't find it. Is it me or is it not up yet?
I think Felix Joyner was attributed as an Ohio State also; however, I don't know who that is. All of the Buckeyes in the league are on Team Kirksey. I assume that Team Kirksey will be somewhere in the midwest and, perhaps, playing in Akron if that stadium lease gets worked out.
The first sentence of this article is interesting and it was just printed in September!
Who is Reuben?
Maybe it is just me but I thought Herman came across looking childish and like an asshat in the interview. I still like him but this interview will not go down as one of his finer moments in my opinion. In fact, I think Herman got lit up in the interview.
I have to (and hate to) agree.
I'm out as I don't like my foods to touch. I happen to like both White Castle and pizza also. I just happen to eat like am a little kid.
In that first scenario, does that mean you have UNC jumping Ohio State with a win over Clemson?
I am sure this is a sign considering that Ohio State's first national championship was in 1942 (I think).
The end of that game was bizarre by both coaching staffs. I didn't understand South Carolina (the not real USC) going for it on 4th down in the 4th quarter when they merely needed a field goal to extend the lead to 7. I also didn't understand North Carolina going for it on 4th down in the 4th quarter, with enough time to get another possession, when a field goal would have brought them within one and allowed a field goal to win the game. Horrible IMHO!
I am hoping Illinois comes back and I think it should. There is some talent in that state so I think they can get a decent coach. Unfortunately, the top talent doesn't ever seem to commit there and that could be because of recent (lack of) success. Perhaps Illinois can hire somebody like Greg Schiano or Ed Orgeron (I know he did not do well at Ole Miss) and, if they do, I think they can become much better very quickly.