I've asked the question, I still haven't received a good answer as to why this is a big deal. We as a society pick and choose who angers us, while doing the same things that other people we choose to like do. There is nothing to see here, this is even way less of a deal than Zeke's post game comments, and that wasn't a big deal either.
I'm still not seeing why Manziel should be fired, or benched. Nobody has given a good explanation has to why there is an issue with him going out during a bye week.
Can somebody explain to me what Manziel did wrong here? The Browns were on a bye week, is he not allowed to drink?
I just read an article about possible replacements at KSU, if Snyder does decide to retire. If I'm KSU's AD, I'm looking first at Clemson's DC Brent Venables (KSU alum), and then next at Baylor's OC Kendal Briles. Young, but recruits love young coach's they can relate to, and fans love offense. After those two, if I'm KSU, I'm looking at OU's OC Lincoln Riley.
You are spot on Navy, I hope Buckeye fans, and Ohio State's athletic department recognize the same with Coach Matta.
With the B1G going to a nine game slate next year, dodging the big boys in each division with be less likely. The B1G loves this though, having Iowa undefeated in the West is great for the conference, I don't know if they would want to change that.
Iowa's win at (soon to be) top 15 Northwestern, win at Wisconsin, and win over Pittsburgh has me believing that they are deserving of all of the accolades that they receive. Good for the Hawkeyes, and good for the B1G.
With Braxton, and Zeke leaving after this season, Samuel won't be under utilized for long. I fully expect Samuel to either be the staring RB, or the starting HB next season. There are so many elite athletes and playmakers in Ohio State's offense, you can make a case that every single player is being under utilized.
I am slowly, and I mean slowly, shaking off the Sparty loss. It still doesn't feel like *chigan week to me, but I'm getting there. There is no better coach in America at playing the underdog card than Urban Meyer, and once I saw that *chigan is the betting favorite for The Game, I knew Ohio State and Urban Meyer had them right where they wanted them. I'm not worried about The Game one bit. Go Bucks! Screw the Blue!
No I'm not a season ticket holder. I was lower level Dawg Pound for the game I was referencing.
Whatever Urban Meyer has been doing, it works. Ohio State is the no. 1 scoring offense in the B1G this season.
I stood the entire time I was in the dawg pound, and was kicked out for it. That is when I knew, the dawg poung wasn't the "dawg pound" anymore. That day I was more embarrassed to be a Browns fan than ever before.
Mike Webber and Torrance Gibson are both great people, and will do big things for Ohio State throughout their careers. Go Bucks!
Urban Meyer has stated many times how he doesn't believe in firing assistants, and how he doesn't believe in micromanaging. Tim Beck will continue to be on staff, and Tim Back will continue to improve as an assistant football coach under Urban Meyer. Go Bucks!
Also if I'm Illinois, I'm going after Scott Frost hard.
This guy should be the head coach of Nebraska right now (former Nebraska QB). They messed up by gong Riley over a young and up and comer.
As a paying ticket holder, you have every right to sit and enjoy the game, and you have every right to stand to watch the game. If somebody is so passionate about the team on the field that they are too excited to sit for an entire game, you should envy that, not try and curtail that feeling of emotion. Just my two sense.
I have only been to Ann Arbor once (The Game, 2007). I wasn't sitting in the student section, we stood the entire game. I can't remember clearly if it was just my section standing or the entire stadium. With this being a battle of top twelve teams, Haurbaugh vs. Meyer 1, and the greatest rivalry in all of sports, I have a feeling the entire stadium will be standing for this one. It would be different if Michigan Stadium had decks like Ohio Stadium, but in Michigan Stadium's case, if one row is standing, the entire stadium behind them will have to be standing as well.
Watch The Game, Michigan Stadium, the entire stadium will be standing... I have a feeling those fans will survive
Yes, in my opinion, if you are so passionate about something that you can't even sit down because you are so excited...I would say that is a first barometer of more than just that to see who cares more about the game. Like I said, I don't even sit down at my house when I watch the games...
I remember standing in C deck for Ohio State vs. Troy in the late 2000's for Terrelle Pryor's first start. People were not happy, but they got over it. I remember a women asking me, my brother, and our friend "Why are you even standing", and when we asked her "why aren't you standing?" She didn't want to say "because I don't care about the game that much" so she just shut up.
You're right. More passionate fan is a more fitting label
You were in the right man. It doesn't matter if you are in C, A, AA, you should be standing for a top ten matchup, or at least not angered by a fan that has more passion for the product on the field then you.
That's the problem. You shouldn't be blaming the guy standing up, you should be thinking why are we sitting down for the first top ten matchup in Ohio Stadium since 2009.
Literally the only thing that can be thought of this guys is man, he really loves his Buckeyes. He's too excited to sit down, and I'm sitting here like I could care less about the game