As I didn't see it happen, it didn't affect my viewing experience one bit. Therefore, I believe I can follow sports and not feel obligated to discuss it on a forum.
These are all atrocious.
I meant end up at 2-2, not be sitting at 3-0 with a potential for 4-0.
Well, he's been here since 2012.
It's becoming increasingly obvious that he's just trying to get banned.
I have to say, the Patriots really surprised me. I did not think it would be that bad, after all, Belichick is a wizard, but I did not think they would be 3-0, I was thinking 2-2 at best.
I'm going to bookmark this comment and come back to it in 2018 when Hilliard is crushing offenses and people won't stop talking about him. Then I'm going to start replying to your comments with just the URL. You can do the same to me if you turn out to be right. Doesn't change what a terrible comment that is, though.
Really sucks, but I believe he will still eventually be a Buckeye great. I am pegging him to be a playmaker in 2017 and a crucial leader on defense in 2018. At the rate our players are going to the NFL, his maturity will be a huge asset.
What kind of program is Urban running here!?
To be fair, I know some people with the last name Chao, pronounced "Chow," so when capitalized, it could just be a reference to a Chinese family.
Did he say it like he was from Brooklyn, or did he actually pronounce the "r"?
Well... Brutus thinks YOU'RE stupid!
Terrible: Auburn (looks like Adidas' ACC basketball unis, which were the worst), LSU (See Auburn), Florida (Looks like broccoli and carrots)
Bad: Wisconsin (Sideways Waldo), Nebraska (Nothing says intimidating like overalls)
Meh: South Carolina (Just really kind of boring), OSU (I could see this tweaked to look like a throwback uni, but otherwise it would be in the bad section)
Good: Georgia (If they could add a bulldog decal, this could be really good), Alabama (Something about this color scheme is just really appealing... otherwise kind of boring, but not too far from their current unis so meh)
Should consider using: Miami (clean, crisp, I like it), PSU (fairly representative of their current program)
Also wondering this.
Iowa, UM, Nebraska, Sparty. Sorry, nothing controversial here. I suspect all will handle their business. I'm most unsure about Iowa.
I could only tell you that it wasn't Sark.
You know, I read that article but it felt like I read it before the season started. Weird.
Doesn't help that Chryst, when asked what type of afternoon Houston had after beating LSU, he basically said that the essence of Bart Houston is going out there and playing hard, but making mistakes.
Cuz LSU had hardly any game.
tl;dr tons of respect all around.
In the past, we seem to always get burned when they run a route with two WR crossing each other and one splits off into the flat and the other shoots towards the end zone. Mailk Hooker can probably cover it and we're getting better at picking the right assignment, but it's been there time and again. Even harder when a TE or something comes towards the middle from the other side, occupying the safety.
Of course, all this is dependent on the offensive line creating time, so it'll depend on if they're capable of doing that. If they have a mobile quarterback, our D line will focus on contain, which can sometimes afford the quarterback a little bit more time.
Disclaimer: my football terminology is terrible
Gonzo for me. The circumstances, the pressure, the opponent, the hit, it was incredible. Noah Brown is a close second. If it had been against Michigan to win the game, he might have the edge.
It was based on a "lack of immediate attempt" to recover the ball. If it bounced out of bounds, it probably would have been a touchback. I think the call was objectively wrong, though, so don't base it off of that Cal-Texas play.
What's going on with Torrance Gibson right now? Is he still in Columbus, training by himself, or maybe under a 3rd party WR trainer?