And I believe Tressel and staff did this in 2001 with Miami. Yes, the Miami that we went on to beat the next season for all the Tostitos.
Buckeye Donuts: buy 4 get 1 free. Love me some apple fritters, bismarcks, and custard filled.
Excuse me while I go puke......
You scored 25
That's as good as Ben Roethlisberger. He scored a 25
Hhmmm...should we ask him? Now I am thinking...just how deep does it go?
RichRod is one of the fathers of the spread/read option offense.
Same here. My wife left me Friday before the State Penn game in 2005. The rest of that season and the awesome run that Troy, Teddy Ginn and Anthony Gonzales ETC. went on from that point through the next year actually helped me not focus on the suck that was my life. Probably less destructive that booze haha.
Saban and Corso I believe. Saban was on set after the game, don't know about before as I try to watch ESPiN as little as possible.
Urbz didn't "let Heacock go", Jim Heacock retired.
as far as I'm concerned Bollman called better games in the B1G Championship game and the Rose Bowl.
Jim Bollman is "Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends" coach. From what I've heard though he isn't calling the games, much like when he was in Columbus (except the abomination that was 2011). Dave Warner is their playcaller.
Less lot space=more people parking in the garages.
People forget Troy had this dude as his QB coach.
P.S. He was Dan Marino's QB coach in college.
At least they didn't lose to "line of scrimmage" this game. They had a losing streak against that formidable opponent at one point this year.
An older friend of mine claims to have seen Earle and Art at the track together many times FWIW.
1996. Joe Germaine.
If we have Clarett in 2003 we are playing for our second mNC in a row.
BUT, I have a feeling that the suspension prompted this season. He said he was running with more purpose than ever because football had been taken away.
2012, not even close. The way the defense rose up toward the end of the season, Kenny G becoming Kenny G against Purdue, El Guapo eating cereal against M*ch*gan, Zach Boren standing over "September Heisman" Gardner, the complete turnaround from 2011.
I was sitting at Gallo's on Bethel Rd. and you could feel the energy sucked out of that place as MSU went right down the field. That touchdown felt a lot like the INT. Joe Germaine threw in 1998. I was without words. Often after a loss I'm pissed off, but when the RB went in for that TD/Germaine threw that INT I was numb and speechless.
Reminded me of this:
What move is a vertical move from OSU?
Don't overlook BYE WEEK, I believe they beat scUM this year....
Indiana scares me a little.