I believe you are correct. M for Mississippi.
It's better than the article. I'll amend that. Eric did a great job with all the need to know facts. CC did a great analysis, which, I am sure took a considerable investment of time and effort.
Great job, CC. Well done. My thoughts, exactly.
OSU is the youngest team in Power 5 Conferences, that's true, but the full truth is that they are the youngest team in the entire FBS (128 teams). I don't know why it keeps being stated this way. I'm not knocking you. I see writers on 11W doing too. I feel it minimizes just how young this team is.
Herbstreit said that if OSU saw a certain alignment by Michigan on a punt, they would run for it. I assume that info came from Meyer.
Well said, Northberg. As a fellow alumnus and card-carrying old fart, I know where you are coming from. When I was there we had North and South Heidelberg, and the old Ohio Union. Ahh, memories.
I'm wondering if JT is battling a nerve problem in his shoulder, which is exacerbated by bad weather. I've had this problem for a few years now. My shoulder will be fine most of the time, no pain, no problem. Then all of a sudden, while performing a routine movement, a sharp pain, and I lose momentary control of my arm. Then, just as suddenly, everything is fine. It could be that the cold, wet weather causes this to happen more often. I've seen this happen a few times during the season in good weather, but rarely. On those occasions I just blurted out, "What the hell was that, that was a horrible pass". One play that stands out was a blowout win. Weber was wide open, no one within 5 yards of him inside the 5 yard line. About a 20 yard "pitch and catch. No pressure, blowout win, and JT sails it 5-8 feet over his head. That's a head scratcher. Remember, this is a very experienced QB.
Well done, 68
I'm puzzled that there isn't a woman available who wouldn't be better at it than Beth Mowins.
It wasn't Harbaugh that won that game. John Kolesar saved his ass.
Enjoyed your post, Helga. Great contribution. I have a son, daughter-in-law, and 8 grandchildren in Lewiston. They were formerly in Elk City, Grangeville, and New Plymouth.
Thanks, Navy, for publishing your weekly rundown.
There's a lot of wabbits out West.
Tyquan was Mike Vrabel's recruit. He convinced Urban.
We still have to win those 2 final games to avoid 3 losses.
You got it, WB.
How about sideline demeanour?
Keep at it, 68. I enjoy your stuff.
Great find, Arse. Thanks for sharing. By the way, Chic Harley and Bob Karch both played together at Columbus East High School. Bob Karch was my chemistry teacher when I was a student at East.
Those socks are the "Cannon Fire".
Big fan of Chic also. East High alumnus. Grew up in Eastgate. Our backyard was Harley Field (East High's athletic fields).
All I can say is: Puka, Puka.
It's called the "Meerkat Offense."