This is the best OSU site, and one of the best forum sites in general because of the moderators and the lack of BS. I clicked on the crap forum topic, and didn't even because it was so active, and I had no clue what it was about.
Easy for me to say, but I would stay at Houston for another year or two. The most successful coaches seem to have had several years of head coaching experience before landing a job in a major conference. He also could land a better job possibly with a few more good seasons at Houston.
The more I think about it, there is no right answer on this debate. I see both sides of the issue. They do make seats and bleachers for a reason. I said above I sit sometimes, and stand sometimes depending on the situation. I do think standing the whole game is a bit ridiculous, but then again I could understand how it could happen in the student section for example.
I stood during the whole game in the South stands for the USC game. I probably stood 80% of the time for the Michigan games I have attended. I would not be standing more than likely if Buckeyes have the 2nd string in in the 4th quarter of a blowout vs a non conference opponent, 3rd down or not.
I don't think you can judge fans passion on whether they sit or stand during a game if you don't know them. It's like judging coaches and players based on reactions to events. Some coaches, players and fans are cool, calm and collected, some are more demonstrative.
Says the guy with the pic with the girlfriend in his avatar ...jk couldnt resist....football players are plenty tough still. It is a physical sport that tests mental toughness. I least that is what I see.
Schembechler played for and coached for Woody Hayes. He was emotional just like Hayes.
Hyde, Shazier, Roby...Nick Bosa...recruit where the talent is. Yes, Ohio players will go to other schools...it is what it is.
Thomas was a Luke Fickell recruit. He committed October 2011.
Just like the posts before the season about players being suspended for the VT game obviously weren't credible, because the source wasn't named.
All is forgiven, but you don't throw your teammates and coaching staff under the bus to the media. It has the possibility of doing more harm than good. Nobody is curling up in a ball, and the media didn't have to spin anything, he spoke for awhile.
I agree, but I will add a blatant lack of effort or hustle, or maybe an incredibly immature personal foul I could see booing. Generally, booing is in poor taste, regardless of if it is booing a player or coach.
Michigan State has been a thorn in our side for awhile, and a legitimate threat. Crazy how many Buckeye fans say they root for MSU every game but one. I hate Michigan State. Their roster is full of Ohioans who play the Buckeyes with an understandable chip on their shoulder. I hope Michigan beats them their next couple of matchups. Screw Sparty and screw Dantonio.