The fact that Carlos Dunlap even has to debate with himself on whether to root for Alabama or not just goes to show how looney SEC pride is.
Curtis Grant is one of my favorite Buckeyes, and definitely not one of the most frustrating IMO. Great leader.
Bad day for the Big Ten. Good coaches are few and far between in this conference and losing a great one like this guy is sad and confusing.
Please go ahead make these our permanent uniforms.
Not sure this is what Nebraska wants if they want to be nationally elite again. Would have been better off keeping Pelini, IMO.
God bless Devin Gardner.
These comments concern me that head trauma and concussions are (shockingly) still not being taken as serious as they should be. Not good.
Why'd you list Microsofts site when there are tons of places selling Xbox Ones for $329?
Let this be a wake up call for how seriously we should be taking mental health, especially in a violent sport such as football. It amazes me how time after time players die because of depression and mental health issues, caused from the wear and tear this sport puts on their brains, yet we fail so miserably to take the issue as serious as it needs to be taken.
Rest in sweet peace, Kosta. I hope you found the peace that you sought. You will be remembered by me forever.
If you watched that whole game you can absolutely blame that game on Muschamp. Such a horribly disciplined team, followed by the timeout and decision making shit show we saw at the end from him.
Is Brian Bennett wrong? Let's step away from the Scarlet and Grey glasses for a moment. If Marcus Mariota or Dak Prescott goes down but they're still only a 1 loss team at the end of the year, all of us would be clamoring to take them out of the playoff because of the injury.
But let's play the B1G Championship Game. That will solve a lot of this.
They won't fair well in the playoff, which is frustrating because I'd rather see a better team in there.
JT Barrett against Michigan State: 16/26, 300 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INTs, 95.8 QBR 14 rushing attempts, 86 yards, 2 TDs.
Braxton Miller against Wisconsin: 7/12, 89 yards, 1 TD, 0 INTs, 93.4 QBR. 19 rushing attempts, 99 yards, 2 TDs.
Terrelle Pryor against Arkansas: 14/25, 221 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, 64.0 QBR. 15 rushing attempts, 115 yards, 0 TDs.
Terrelle Pryor against Oregon: 23/37, 266 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 66.6 QBR. 20 rushing attempts, 72 yards, 0 TDS.
And even not looking at the stat line and just using the observable eye, its clear that JT Barrett is the smartest guy/best true quarterback we've had at the QB spot since Troy Smith
Those were great performances. JT against Michigan State and Troy Smith against Michigan, however, were elite performances, in which the quarterback position was perfected.
Braxton is done as our quarterback. Take it to the bank. JT put on a the type of performance on Saturday that hasn't been done since Troy Smith against Michigan in 2006.
They haven't beaten us there for much longer than that.
Braxton Miller's career as an Ohio State Buckeye is done. We haven't seen a professional performance like that at the QB position since Troy Smith against Michigan in 2006.
I'd rather have Dantonio over Meyer any day.
I could have sworn I heard his name called on a special teams tackle...
How anyone could find that funny is beyond me.
That is only in the case of an injury, in which you are given consideration for a special injury redshirt. Otherwise, you can't play a single down if you want a normal redshirt.