I'm kind of disappointed that we didn't get that smug "best thing about being 10-1 it the opportunity to be 11-1". Lol
Looking completely incompetent in general is not a good look, but I'm sure Urban will find a way to spin it into a positive.
I agree, but I see a loss coming. If you can't start playing with the same intensity as your opponent with a championship on the line, when will it happen. MSU had no problems with the weather today, or with running the ball every single down. It was because they wanted it more, and controlled the line of scrimmage from start to finish.
I'm pretty sure that This is Urban Meyer's team. He controls every detail, and can pull rank on any one at any time.
I watched him play every game. Forget about last year - who do you think is going to draft this guy?
Probably only the Browns. Lol
MSU deserved to win today. The score was only close because of their mistakes.
51 in the first half?!?! I turned it on about ten minutes ago and thought it was The end of the game. This is just silly.
No. It is in the past. Look toward the future Braxton. You've come a long way in your journey, but you don't have to play to the fans and media with such cliche and melodrama to receive their affection. Just go play, and we will cheer you on one last time.
That sounds promising
You can apply the same unwritten rule we observe in recruiting, regarding those soho contact HS recruits:
"Don't tweet at (mediocre) media personalities, because you can only add fuel the fire."
Although in this case, Forde looks exceptionally foolish for defending an objectively false statement. Someone should tell him that his contrary shtick is much more credible when his opinions are based in reality.
It is amazing to watch how dominant Bosa has become. Damn I wish we could keep him for another year.
On a side note, the IL tackle just got himself some airtime on sportscenter tonight, and he'll probably get to see that clip a lot leading up to the NFL Draft next year. "Look Mom, I'm on tv!"
They can sell all of them in this town, but I'll keep my money. That is just stupid
I'm not going to celebrate yet. Most kids who are thought to be strong leans or even locks to choose the Buckeyes this far out decide to go elsewhere in the end. Check the record.
I would love for that to be different in coming years - I'd be ecstatic with all these guys.
Gotta have Izzy. He was one of the bigger creative influences in that band.
Show of hands . . . Who ever thought they would see the word "humble" in the same sentence as the names Axl Rose and Slash?
I don't think Metallica had been the opening act since before the debut of Appetite. They did have a tour where the two bands co-headlined the tour. It was the mother of all concerts back then, legendary.
Outstanding gesture. I am proud of both schools getting together to give this little boy a great Christmas season. The coming tragedy cannot be avoided, but making the boy and his family feel loved and supported during this time is priceless.
I do get that they don't have to make sense, but there have been four of these in total, apparently. One would think that there are story lines, especially within a given film in this context. I wasn't aware that the other guy was Ray Allen, so that adds a little. But it would be good if they spent 3 seconds at the beginning on what led to the horse competition. Even if it's just one line and a reply, at least the rest would make sense. Maybe I missed that because I was trying to stream it on my phone, but you expect a little more from a deep-pocketed corporation like Pepsi. I assume they have invested a good amount of money in their contract with Irving, and clearly the marketing department spent a good amount on this two minute spot.
I don't know, I was just thinking out loud, not necessarily complaining. That's just how I think...
I watched it, I don't get it. Who is the other guy? What is the situation? They filmed a two minute commercial with no story or context. Two old guys play horse, one of them goes cold at the end, and Drew wins. What is the point?
3. Notre Dame
4. Okie State
5. Ohio state
Just because they don't say anything in the media interviews doesn't mean the coaches cant see what is happening or have an opinion on the situation. Meyer just wants to appear to be fair and even, and that is the right approach for a head coach.
Two bad / unbalanced offenses against good defenses. Bama's defense was a little better, and Jenry found room to run a couple times. That was the difference.
I can't wait for this to be spun as something positive for both sides, and somehow both are great teams. IMO, both were exposed (again).
I love the guy, but Cardale was right; "below average" was his performance. No need to ask "what's next."
The NCAA is a clown show. So he Mitchell moved in 2010 to a different state - before he was even in HS - and they won't let him play in college 5 years later???
What one has to do with the other, or anything else that should concern the NCAA regarding eligibility is beyond me. Even if he was recruited to play for a different team (in 8th grade!), who cares?
This is absurd. If Gene and the rest of the power schools' ADs had any balls they would put an end to this kind of BS.
Mike got screwed, I'll give you that. However, Mickey is in control of his own academics, not OSU. If you don't think schools do everything they can to get and keep kids eligible....