I know I wasn't 100% confident against MSU, not after getting by in AA. The defense left me wishing, hoping...anything but confident.
New day, new season.
I'm nervous about each and every game, but I keep looking "at Minnesota".
Well played, sir...been awhile since I last heard that term.
While I think this will be a different storyline in a few short months, I'm just looking at Navy.
Inclined to agree.
If he was any good at it, it would be his conference with the last seven NC's.
The past is just that.
I'm rooting for CG, Rod Smith as well. Nothing wrong with underclassmen coming in and contributing when possible, but I agree with Fickell - the importance of senior leadership cannot be understated.
Let's have the B1G version, Hoke then...?
Rooting for that other OSU, didn't know it was a prime time matchup (should've figured).
Our (or Ohio State's) weakness is inexperience.
Offensive line, skill spots, back seven on defense. Plenty of talent, but much of it unproven.
Only in italics.
Too bad Notre Dame kept spurning the B1G, maybe Ohio State might have had that win over a quality opponent as Mr. Brown describes.
Appreciate the revival, Vico - and belated mulitple thank yous for the many times I caught these on You Tube.
Missed out on this game, I was in the Navy. Remember running up to our ship's CIC early Sunday morning at the end of a mid-watch to read the faxed scores of the previous day's college football games - and seeing the good guys eke out a one point (20-19) win over the Cardinals in 1992.
Though they were far from the best teams Howard Schnellenberger coached, he had the Cardinal very competitive by the time he left the program (for Oklahoma) after the '94 season.
I can't argue with these five, but I have to honorably mention the '94 game. I was a freshman in undergrad school after four years in the drink (at sea with the Navy) and this was the first time I had seen OSU-M..igan since Bo's last game in '89.
It was also the first win for Cooper (I still had hopes he'd get the rivalry right) I'd seen, and helped make up for a tough season that had losses to Washington, Illinois (again) and the Penn State blowout (I can say that comfortably now after last year's payback).
The Citrus Bowl loss to 'Bama hurt, Joey Galloway had a great game, unfortunately so did Sherman Williams for the Tide. But I was still happy to have a win over the arch-rival for the first time in what seemed forever, and I knew Ohio State was looking good the seasons ahead.