That would explain what it needs these for:
it also sports a pair of 0.79-inch-long (2 centimeters) fangs.
That Penn State is a usually a tough game does not make them a rival beyond the technical definition offered above. When Ohio State websites start having weekly columns just on what the Nits did this week maybe we can take it into consideration.
After losing two quarterbacks against Indiana last week, the Hoosiers were forced to start true freshman Zander Diamont.
The Hoosiers didn't lose 2 QBs playing Indiana last week. They played Iowa last week.
That's really cynical but unfortunately I can't disagree. However it is neither here nor there. We have to just keep winning in any case. "Conference Champion" is going to count for a lot in the end. Leaving one loss conference champions out for one loss teams that didn't even make their championship game isn't really in the spirit of a playoff is it?
There are arguments in both directions. As much as I hate to say it though probably want to root for ND. There are other teams on their schedule who can beat them and the Domers are probably the best team FSU has left. So "hope they beat the crap out of each other and ND squeaks it out in the end with neither of them looking very good" is the option I'm going with.
Re-defining the halftime show week after week. Terrific.
And Purdue extend their lead to 38-29.
Boilermakers looking to answer the Gopher FG. Just broke off a huge run.
I like cat teams in purple.
Yep. So they both got nothing left in the tank next week and both lose.
With all that Jack Ryan you might want to get yourself a copy of "Casino Royale."
This begs the question of whether Purdue is spending "only" 11 million by choice or whether they can only reach that level by the grace of the revenue sharing.
If you lose and you're out the dollars how does that stress scheduling good teams? You'd want to schedule teams you can beat but that aren't going to lose all their games. Isn't that what most teams are doing with their non-conference already?
Considering how far out schedules need to be made how could you tell if you're scheduling a "good team?"
How will eliminating revenue sharing cause the winning of some big football games?
I believe the concept is noblese oblige and I'm all for it.
I certainly respect the mascot. Any mascot involving an actual horse is bad ass. No matter what your team has or lacks in the wins column or whether I'd really like them to never win another football game ever.