I can. Most of last year too. Every team knows exactly what we are about to do.Samuel had multiple negative yard plays. They blitzed all out almost all night, and it was not taken advantage of.
Jim Tressel had a heart attack. Don't kid yourselves. Has anybody sent flowers to the family?
Jim Tressel probably had a heart attack tonight.
Well deserved is right. Terrible play calling, most of the time. Much like last week. When a defense cheats, the middle is wide open. JT does not seem prepared to deal with it. It should be a 70 yard TD every time. The O-Line was horrible. So were the special teams choices.
The name is ironic, obviously. The Nittany Lions haven't beat the Buckeyes there since a 2005 victory in which the Lions inexplicably held Troy Smith, Santonio Holmes, Ted Ginn, and Antonio Pittman to 10 points.
The offense was not yet clicking as Smith and Zwick had still been rotating early in the season. Smith won out because he could escape after the walrus led o-line couldn't block....anybody. And the rest is history.
Remember when we didn't like Meyer?
No. I remember being unhappy at Tress not changing the defense and SI calling it "hard headed". Sometimes coaches are like that.
He claims the Natti. Sorry you didn't notice. Some from Upper Arlington claim C-Bus.
Right. And Parma isn't Cleveland either.
Herbstreit being from the Natti does explain quite a bit. And being from the Toledo area, we had plenty of phony ass mutt-bloods that are even worse.
I'd say I want this one even more, but it reality not any more than the loss to the Braves and Marlins.
Meh....still far better than a "clown show".
I think I would say Cleveland fans have been out of control quite a few times. Hey Joey, keg party at my house.
I haven't seen the "hate Ohio State week" thread yet, but I haven't been looking real hard.
It worked in the Metro Dome too.
A soldier in my platoon, Dewie Oxburger, used to swallow a lot of aggression himself. Along with a lot of pizzas.
It is a microcosm of everything wrong with this country that started in that shit hole decade, the 1990s.
I forgot about "hate Ohio State week". Thanks for the reminder about the child molesting school.
In my opinion, it has been a long time since the SEC had depth. They have been top heavy for nearly a decade. Well written, Vico. OHD forever.
And I disagree with him. Although I fall into the category that was surprised at 42-13 and did not scoff at his hiring.
I've told you all, the BTN is quite good. He is not playing "homer" and neither does Stanley Jackson. When RS came on this year, they joked for a minute and called it the "Buckeye Television Network", but they were just having fun with it. All I want is to hear football and some honest insight. And BTN is pretty good with it.
His projected/pace is still solid at 1875.
Considering the team that is more identifiable than just about any in football, planning for Wisconsin didn't actually help. What I need to see is a preparation for the rolling pocket. Conveniently they kept him in the pocket on that last play.
Here is a nice op-ed on "smoke and mirrors".
Purdue was not a horrible job when they were rolling out NFL QBs and giving me chest pains in the fall.
Wisconsin has to beat Nebraska to give them that second loss.
So, Ole Miss is finally ranked correctly in the top 25.