No kidding. I wish I had this kids childhood.
Until OSU football.
Not that I'm counting.
Wait until he sees what $2.3mil gets him in LA.
Was not impressed at all by Wentz. It didn't help that the North's OL was swiss cheese. I guess he got a taste of what it'll be like to play for Cleveland, after the Browns waste their top pick on him.
This team just doesn't have that go to guy. Loving thinks he's the one, but he isn't and it kills them late. They have way too many scoreless droughts, more so than other Matta teams. As a result once they fall behind late in a game it's pretty much game over.
I think Hyde was tackled behind the line of scrimmage 1 or 2 times that whole year. I think that might have been the worst play call of Meyer's career (if he made the call).
And get Hairball in the driver's seat.
In my opinion, I think Matta has always been as good as his assistant coaches. He hasn't really had the same level of asst. coaches for a number of years now, and it shows. Recruiting misses for sure, but a lot of guys transferred because of his short bench.
I appreciate that he's managed to put the bball team on the map, and hopefully these young guys stick around long enough to make an impact next year.
If he would of just furiously swiped right, he wouldn't need either...
Tallahassee PD just shaking their heads.
I put forth that this criteria isn't truly clear unless the committee passes on a 1 loss Bama team not playing in their championship game.
I really think Rutgers is missing out here. Tim Beck would be much better suited to run the show there.
All you have to do is listen to the collective sigh of relief coming from Iowa when Sparty beat PSU. They know they had no chance against the Bucks, but believe they can beat Sparty. The playoff is supposed to be the best 4 teams. Is there a team ahead of them that you believe OSU can't beat on a neutral field? There's your answer.
I won't be rooting for either team to win, but I prefer PSU to beat UM. Mostly because I can't stand Harbaugh. Oh, and I can't stand UM.
Can't wait for the Navy to start tweeting landing grades. ;)
- Meyer saw on television that Ohio State "got by" at Illinois: "We won 28-3 on the road. But we know we can play better, yes."
I heard an ESPNer comment that Alabama obliterated Miss. St. (31-6).
The narrative will always be there.
I don't think Willoughby is any better this year than Neuernberger was last. He's way too inconsistent, and he's good for at least one kickoff out of bounds per game.
Seems it would be better to get your sophomore kicker another year of experience for down the road when you might need a kick to win.
These guys need the minutes together. Hopefully Matta realizes this is a good year to play the whole bench. They're not going to win the B1G, and the NT is probably going to be a reach. Plant the seeds and reap next year.
They're playing with a chip on their shoulder. A wounded skunk weasel can be dangerous, but let's not forget Maryland held them to 6 points in the first half last week before their defense petered out from being on the field perpetually.
The Bucks are just starting to hit their stride and figuring out their offensive identity. If they put it all together by the MSU game they should be in good shape.
I'm looking forward to playing them with something on the line.
On a football Saturday? Even this lame lineup overrules two scrub futball nations going at it.
I think they get it done even without Sudfeld.
It's about time they got on board with their offensive line getting called for holding Bosa. That shet is ridiculous.
I thought this too at first glance, but from the endzone angle you can see he whiffed and didn't make contact. He really tried to block him, but fortunately he missed.
That's a great coaching moment. Loved to see him hustle down field, but he has to know when to hold up.