Brian Bosworth and thousands of derelicts in high school across America all looked stupid too.
The critics will not be silenced. Their critique is invalid just from a basic logic point of view. I would rather see TOSU go up against an undefeated team from the west in the Big Ten Championship game.
The Bosa shrug is what the Brown's will do on draft day if he is still available. Followed by drafting Dak Prescott (insert no future QB name of choice here).
DVR is set to the Big Ten Network.
For the love of God why doesn't anybody tell him how dumb that bun looks on his head.
No way RichRod comes back to the Big Ten. No way Saban comes back to the Big Ten for the same reasons.
As shameful as both are, it could be worse/even dumber.
One thing is certain, the Buckeyes won't take the field against Maryland while hearing chants of "over-rated!" this time. You think they want a mulligan on that one?
My Senator for life had 2 19 game winning streaks with Jim Bollman "coaching" the offensive line.
A more common term I heard on sports radio back in Denver was "they blew their wad". Vulgar and spot on correct. They are done for the year.
And Bill Walsh put Joe Montana on the trading block in 1983 from drinking the gunslinger kool-aid. Of course he came to his senses and went with the QB who was flawless in the Superbowl with game management and decisions over the one that went down as one of the worst of all time in the Superbowl. Damn, being an armchair coach is better than being the armchair QB. Who knew?
You mean peaking two weeks ago like Ole MIss is not optimal?
He should have thrown the computer out the window.
What if he doesn't play well? I am surprised to read that. I know that fool Chip Kelly thinks it and is learning the hard way you win with players. You can't just plug in anybody and get the exact result.
I went once against my wishes and protest knowing a place called "Cracker Barrel" was not it. Mind boggling the affection some show it.
As Scout's Marcus Hartman points out: Barrett, like most athletes, had games that ranged from very good to bad.
Marcus Hartman has a drawing board to get back to if he wants to convince us the best man is playing.
647%, 9.03 YPA, 34 TD-10INT, 87.1 QBR. Cardale, not so much. And I fully encourage and support the Iron King and will cheer him on and defend him from the trolls of ESPN.
'Cause nobody in Ohio at a football game has thrown batteries, dog biscuits, beer bottles.....
There is this guy who lives in a van down by the river that is their second choice.
Through 5 games the Buckeyes are at 34.4. Last season was 44 for the year. 44.6 through 5 games last year.
Aside from Powell taking the bad angle because he wanted to crush that little QB, the defense was pretty good. What surprises me, although it shouldn't, is the high disrespect the national media is showing Indiana while bashing Ohio State.
Where is Aaron Craft? Did he graduate already?
The disrespect shown to the defending SEC East champions by the national pundits on ESPN is amazing. Not only are they are good football team, they played their best. Or as stated during the game "playing with their hair on fire".
The No. 1 issues is the quarterback play hasn’t been very, very good," Carter said. "That’s the No. 1 issue. The No. 2 issue is that their play calling has changed and they have no identity. So now you have all these weapons and it’s (Ed Warinner’s) first time being the coordinator for Ohio State. So how do I get them all involved?
Pretty much. A few here and probably many more not here already have seen it with their functional eyes.