Love the "alternative" uniforms both teams are wearing for the big game.
I'm a complete cynic when it comes to the motives behind the alternatives. It's just bullshit to say were honoring someone when it's clear all we're doing is honoring the terms of our Nike contract. This was one of the classic games against Michigan and it's a shame from this point forward, when we look at replays of the game, we're not going to see our team in our iconic helmets, but in these matte black helmets that offer no connection to the fans or the game.
Jean Smith is a more suave version of Dave Brandon. Both would sell anything for a dollar.
MEMO to Jean Smith: This rivalry doesn't need tweaked or improved. Stop fucking our game.
Try and isolate Samuel with their safety on a seam route.
How many players declare depends almost solely on their NFL evaluations. If its high, they're gone.
Remember when Jean Smith and Dave Brandon wanted to move the Ohio State-Michigan game to mid October.
Venezuela is as corrupt of a country as there is. Despite massive wealth from petroleum, most of its population lives in violent, squaller conditions. The wealthiest women in Venezuela is Hugo Chavez's daughter. Did she attain that wealth from inventing some product that everyone wants or did she embezzle money from the people? My guess is the later.
Apparently my comment was edited. This is not my graphic.
Here in Charlotte, some guy asked me about the game. I told him to take Nebraska and the points because of the way the Buckeyes were playing. I think I'll avoid him for a while.
I think Joe Burrow would do himself a favor and transfer to a school with a pro set offense. I thought JT Barrett was very Bausermanesque on throws over 30 yards yesterday, but I see no way Burrow plays this year or next, if JT returns.
Burrow throws a better ball than JT, that's why
I remember when Francona was hired thinking, "Why on earth would he go to Cleveland?"
When was the last time there were 3?
Do the Indians know this is Game 7?
They hammered Kluber that inning. Right at our guys for the first two outs and a great throw for the third
I can't tell you how honored I am you're allowing me to have my own opinion. Thank You. As far as the rest of your response, everything I said is factually correct. Smith did surrender without a fight our place in separate divisions away from Michigan with full support from Gordon Gee. We know this because he said he agreed with the concept when it was first brought up. Second, Smith did agree to move the game. We know this because Gary Danielson said on the YES Network during the Mike Francesa, radio program, he spoke directly with B1G officials and the only reason the game wasn't moved when the divisions were announced is because they feared the blowback from both teams fanbases. They would probably use the moving to nine B1G conference games as justification saying they "couldn't work out a schedule" to accommodate the game during the last week of the season. The third and fourth points, it appears you and I are at odds as to the power of Gene Smith. I look at him as the director of maybe the most powerful athletic department in the country. You apparently don't—fair enough. But those type of people in my eyes, don't get pushed around and run over. He agreed to a contract that let Nike do what it did. I don't blame Nike, I blame Gene Smith. As far as being in charge of turning Ohio Stadium into the equivalent of a NASCAR automobile, once again, I doubt this was done without his knowledge.
We all played little league growing up and didn't we all dream about pitching in Game 7 in the World Series? I think Kluber's adrenaline and skill will pull us through and we'll be celebrating a world championship around 11 o'clock tonight.
For starters, agreeing to put Ohio State and Michigan in separate divisions so the greatest game in college football was rendered inconsequential. Second, if the realigning of the divisions hadn't occurred when Rutgers and Maryland were added, the Ohio State/Michigan game was going to be moved to October to avoid potentially back to back games later in the season. Third, don't forget allowing Nike to dress us up like rodeo clowns with uniforms so ugly, only the throw back Steeler uniforms could compare. Fourth, is there anything not named after someone who had nothing to do with athletics in Ohio Stadium anymore?
Quoting Gene Smith from the dispatch
But with its upcoming new television rights deal that includes the ESPN/ABC family of networks and Fox, the Big Ten is moving to schedule six Friday night games in 2017, and 12 Saturday night games, the Dispatch learned Wednesday.
“We are supportive of it,” Smith said of move. “We battles for a long time to try to be respectful obviously for high school football. But the reality is what we need to do for our television partners and what we need to do for our revenue stream, we needed to consider some different options.”
There's the Dave Brandon quote "if it ain't broke, break it." Apparently Delany is taking his cues from the failed Michigan AD.
Is exposure a big problem for us? Pretty soon the MAC will start bitching at us for stealing whatever little limelight they have.
"Reluctant" to ask schools with giant stadiums is a relative term. All that means is he'll still schedule them.
Ohio State is different from Michigan in this regard. We've gone completely corporate now and selling away anything having to do with our culture and traditions, the Gene Smith era won't hesitate to do it.