Elliott's 80 yard TD run....loved watching the Wisky LB fall behind him with every yard!
Corey Smith was victimized by the worst officials in football, the Big 10 crews. They are determined to make a statement call in every game, calling attention to themselves.
Wisky was outplayed and outcoached in all facets. Get them away from Madison and they're far less imposing. I was gratified to see Wisconsin, who has bullied and run up the score on so many lesser opponents over the years, get handled 59-0!!!!!!!!!! The Buckeye defense took Melvin Gordon totally out of consideration for the Heisman. I believe Wisky came into this game thinking all they had to do was show up and they could beat an OSU team playing with their third string QB. We dominated in the trenches. The.famous Wisky o-line looked slow and could not move our d line off the ball at all. I noticed how they closed down their splits to keep the quicker OSU linemen from getting into the gaps as easy as they did. How about that great Cheesedick QB, Stav-e still wearing the playbook on his sleeve? Wisky was totally overrated and over-hyped...it was awesome to see the Buckeyes expose them on national TV! This shutout will hopefully make a huge impression on the playoff committee.
I like our chances against Wisky because they won't have the Camp Randall magic working for them. They are a great home team but history shows them to be not as good on the road or on a neutral field.
The Buckeyes will get the best shot from all of the Ohio kids who left our state to play for TSUN. Regardless of their team's record or coach's lame duck status, it's huge for any Ohio kid to play at the Shoe and try and beat our Buckeyes. All of the Ohio wolvereenies will have plenty of family and friends in attendance to cheer them on. I cannot fathom why any blue chipper would go to school up there but I get a great deal of satisfaction in seeing those kids head back north with another loss to the OSU!!
LB's hate being cracked back on. They're watching the backfield action while someone blocks down on them with a five to ten yard running start. The crack back is totally unexpected and it resonates an LB's skeletal system!
Regardless of the tough times he's going through now, I'll long remember the thoroughly beaten look on Devin Gardner's face during the second half of last years game against MSU.
How about Funcheese's injury drama in the fourth quarter? He acted as if he was mortally wounded. From the replay, if looked like someone stepped on his foot. He was back in the game a series later, full speed. You should have walked it off, #1...your delusional fans probably thought you very courageous for returning to the game but the NFL don't appreciate those who don't shake off injuries and play with pain.
Anybody got a clip of Shazier's goal line hit against Wisky? The one that caused the fumble? Epic!
42-17 Buckeye Victory!
Having been coached by Elliott Uzelac in the past, I can fully understand and believe what Robert said about his dealings with the man. The many jobs he's held in his career shows that he wore out his welcome soon after he took any new position. With his success at the HS level, maybe he's learned how to deal with people better, over time. Great interview with Robert, who's always represented the Cleveland area and OSU very well.
Remember how much promise this kid had coming out of high school?
I will always remember the beat down MSU put on SCum this past season. The "totally beaten" look on Gardner's face in the second half of that game was awesome. They had a helluva D, but this is a new year. An OSU victory over MSU this season in East Lansing and over SCum in Columbus will set the tone for a Buckeye November in 2014.