Birm, over on 24/7 you changed your prediction on Damien Harris to Kentucky yesterday. Do you think this is a done deal?
I see that yesterday Birm changed his prediction to Kentucky from OSU. Doesn't bode well for us.
After watching the interviews, Evan Spencer has a bright career in broadcasting when his playing days are through.
Who coaches the special teams? They need to step their game up!
Twitter tuff-guys aside, we need to stop all the turnovers. They will cost us eventually.
What if Mizzou happens to win the SEC CG?
So pleasantly surprised by the offense in this game. I expected the "turtle" but they played aggressively. Props to the o-line for building the fence and JT and the skill guys for making the big plays.
Dontre, catch the ball and don't fumble. Those mistakes could have easily cost us the game.
EzE is a man. And he and Samuel are both excellent blockers in addition to being very talented runners.
Giving up 37 and 500+ yards, many after initial contact, is concerning. Many areas to improve but scoring 47 solves a lot of problems.
Very happy for Urb in getting a "signature" win. On a team this young, feeling like you belong among the nations elite will mean so much both this year and in the future.
Great at win and go bucks!
As a longtime and now transplanted Cleveland fan, that commercial was very emotional and fantastic to watch. Nike is great at marketing for sure, but with that commercial they really tapped into the Cleveland sports fans hearts. Bravo and welcome back King. We will be watching.
Just wow. How did we lose to these guys? I really don't know. That loss looks worse and worse.
This all day. No one holds the sway that ESPN does. Until we have an alternative, this will remain a problem.
If Delany hadn't shoe-horned Rutgers into the B1G in order to expand the network's footprint into NYC, none of us would spend a second thinking about Rutgers.
Love(d) Nuggent, but I was really happy he missed that kick. Go Browns!
Maybe more who have the internet ;)
He seems to do that once a game at a particularly momentum-killing time. Against Maryland it would have happened twice except the football seemed to have eyes and steered itself back in play. Is it really that hard to kick the ball not out-of-bounds?
Its really enjoyable watching JT run the offense. And man does he throw some nice spirals with great touch. The one thing he needs to work on is the clock in his head -- to know when it's time to run or throw it away. A few times today he waited too long.
I was there in 2012 and it has a similar look and feel to the Shoe, just smaller. Clearly there were more Wisconsin fans than OSU fans, but I could high five 4 different Bucks fans without leaving my spot. We are everywhere :) And one Wisc. fan in particular thought us cheering for our team was disrespectful. Psssht. Please.
Scrolling around that map, the Bucks are in the top 3 in a lot of places around the country. I live in the St. Louis suburbs and we are listed at 3%. Feels about right. It feels like Buckeye fans are everywhere as I travel the country. This map kind of validates it. I don't notice another team with the same representation. #BuckeyeNation
Great video, but the song was a bit of a downer. A little Seven Nation Army or Hell's Bells rolling underneath would have been much better IMO.
I think Northwestern in is a great away stadium -- since it is typically filled with 80% Ohio State fans!
My parents strongly encouraged me to try out for the band during my time at Ohio State ('94-98). At the time, I just didn't "get it". In hindsight I really wish I would have.
He should. I would too.
Yep, it's part of Ohio.
Maybe I'm confused by my northeast Ohio roots. But are there people who think being associated with Kentucky rather than Ohio is a good thing?