"Don't ask me no questions, I won't tell you no lies."
this "fork in the road" situation is what makes the season exciting
may the AACC dumpster fire return with a vengeance
(trollz be damned)
you take the safe road, but are you enjoying the ride?
ND was plenty good -- enough to make a New Years Bowl game -- they just weren't as good as the Buckeyes
it's the coaches that need the extra hours of work.
it's their 'thing' and they do it well
but to some, it matters what you drink
(not me, 'cause that goes against my character)
nor will I ever generalize your arguments, as yours are consistently very good
No, the college "tradition" is just that. It has those traditions because people graduate from the university, and pass along those unique things to the generations who follow.
Nobody graduated from a pro team. Colleges/universities can pick up in the middle of the night and move to a new town.
sad face here -- my Bro got to be on the Crossing Guard in elementary school, but I never made the cut
mod edit what, exactly?
there is a line where a zero tolerance policy is unpalatable
please never go there, my respected and esteemed Mods.
they are the Borg -- "resistance is futile"
should comments be archived, so when schizophrenic fans hop back on the bandwagon later when these Buckeyes find a way to get to 11-1, they can reflect upon past thoughts? It isn't like anything posted on this site is read by the coaching staff, so words here have zero impact on come what may.
creative analysis and constructive discussions (those that serve to educate and elevate the readership) are why many come and read/participate in the articles/forum posts
now, it's time for a Bourbon and a cigar
what some fans want to see out of JT Barrett may never materialize in the current system he so ably operates (the RPO) -- he will NOT be chucking it all over the field like he owns the place. The Buckeyes are not TexasTech, Baylor, Cal, TCU, etc. -- they are a B1G offense with many capable weapons.
reading several of the comments in this thread, one gets the impression all this frustration with college players being 'not pro quality' is driving all the disappointment. Kinda hard when they are only 18-22 years old. Also, wanting the Buckeyes to employ "air-raid" passing schemes is unrealistic -- you'll need to change coaching staffs to have that happen.
Iike the one to Gesecki
Hope Coach Stud learns that lesson -- it's okay to pull the starter when he obviously lost the ability to engage the enemy with the expected vigor. There are players on the depth chart for a reason -- they are player "1-B" and ready to play when called.
Gotta make that call sooner
that should stop -- because Weber can chip block very well - better than the TEs so far
I notice from your profile we like the same things
many, many years ago I did visit the Velvet Ice Cream works in Utica - cool and great cream!
I believe this edition of the Buckeyes will rebound from this 2-game stretch of 'less-than-stellar play, and come out refreshed with a team-unifying effort to beat their tendencies and conquer the subconscious fears of playing loose and risky.
wisdom for the ages right there.
We did get through quite often, but they got the ball off quicker
could it be they both had crappy days in crappy field conditions, by that I mean slippery grass turf where dancing pachyderms dare not make their stand?