Couldn't agree more 763. I jumped in for my last time last night (graduating senior) and the comradery of the student base that day and evening is unparalleled to any other of the year. There is something to be said for 10,000+ students becoming friends for one evening and it's sad one incident in a long standing tradition is being taken away due to the knee-jerk society and leadership we live with.
My biggest issue is we didn't let Zeke do what he normally does, which is gash teams in the second half. He's been bottled up relatively frequently in the first half this year too only dominate the second half. Don't know why he wasn't given the opportunity to do more of the same.
Also, hated the idea of rolling the pocket so frequently. JT clearly wasn't comfortable doing it and have Decker vs. Calhoun would have made it easier rather than it be Farris across for him. Don't like the idea of doing something we aren't comfortable or used to doing versus a team of this caliber.
I don't see an issue booing coaches making exorbitant amounts of money for coming up with a game plan like that, especially for such a critical game. I wasn't one booing, but I have no problem with those who did.
I would love to hear the explaination for Zeke's lack of usage, or play calling overall.
If I could only follow 10 accounts on Twitter the Fake Lantern would definitely be one of them
I have no idea how it took this long into the post for Notre Dame to get mentioned.
Notre Dame has beaten ONE top 25 to date and obviously has a loss. Apparently that warrants them being ranked over an undefeated MSU whose beaten a higher ranked team while not losing as well as Baylor and TCU teams that, granted haven't played much, but have still dominated doing so.
in a move that I believe will be in the best interest of both sides moving forward.
Would love to know why it is in the best interest on Ohio State's side, seems odd considering he's the #1 back in the nation and was a big priority early.
Very unlikely as I doubt 4 elite DT's want to be in the same class, but a potential great problem to have. As TraSmith said, I just think you take them all by whoever wants to commit first and you sort it out from there.
If I recall correctly that was the logic applied to another big game Alabama played last year against a great running back and unproven QB. If I could only remember who that was...
First he gets fed up with people criticizing his arm, now he is suspended. I feel bad for the rest of the schedule because he is going to come back with a vengeance.
I remember agonizing our third down defense and secondary Urban's first two years here, now i'm confident as ever we we will get off the field. Such a great turnaround it has been.
Does anyone have a count on how many foot surgeries/procedures for him? One in the off-season, one after that, and now this recent one, is that correct? If so I don't like the idea of having three foot surgeries and getting back to being fully effective.
Hate to say it but I think this is the case. I thought the tendonitis and arthritis surgeries he had last year were the beginning of the end, especially after his high school knee problems. Starting to look like that is the case.
I also think it's moronic to take anything she says seriously, or listening to her in general.
We lose to either MSU or TTUN the season is lost. Losing the MSU means Indianapolis and the playoff are gone. We beat MSU but lose to TTUN we still head to Indy, but yes losing to TTUN would be sickening. I forgot what it felt like being threatened by TTUN and I don't like it.
Cornrows and a sweater vest, if any man could pull it off it would be Tress.
Knowing how the Browns operate it isn't that surprising, but cutting Pryor for an aging, hurt running back when they have a clear need at receiver is a head scratcher. Developing him during a lost year and pairing him with Gordon next year on the outside could be lethal. But hey, Browns are going to Browns.
I had no idea Corey Smith tried quitting the team last year either; that said, I don't know how true these accusations are. It almost seems as if Biddle is making assumptions but could very well be true. Would love some more insight on this situation...
Birm said in the mailbag he thinks it's unlikely he ends up here, but this post does sound optimistic to me especially since we are getting the last visit.
Birm made a good point in the mailbag saying every school he is considering already has a running back committed. I never understood the rational that Walker wouldn't come here because of another running back. It may have been an advantage for us not having another commit, but I find it unlikely he spurs us for someone else strictly because we took Williams, unless he didn't know about it which I doubt.
Here's a look at the impressive production from Ohio State's d-line this season pic.twitter.com/jI113o6sxN— CFB Film Room (@CFBFilmRoom) October 8, 2015
As long he keeps grading out as champion and puts up stats like this Bosa will be at the very bottom of my worries. Sack numbers are overrated, and as we can see pass rushing is far from a concern.
"but also that Michigan is on the verge of a dynasty over the next few seasons with Harbaugh at the helm."
Win 4 straight games and they start dynasty talk. Some other team has won 19 straight with Championship, but don't let facts get in the way.
His film looks great. Losing Walker would sting, but this would definitely help ease the pain.