Against Nebraska who we had already blown out...the same Nebraska that 7-5 Wisco destroyed in the Big Ten Championship...
I'll eat Jeremy's shoe if he's under 4.4. My guess would be 4.45 range. Clean breaks out of routes allows him to get quick separation, hence the running by people. He doesn't waste motion.
I don't know if you seen this yet, but Gamble is no longer at OSU.
He really doesn't have elite speed. His route-running is what gets him so open.
Roby is no more than 5'10".
Either way, I'd put a $100 on Earle in a fight against Barry.
Urban may have been respecting Mike's wishes to keep it silent for the time being. Don't assume anything when discussing teenagers.
I can answer this. No
It's amazing how much analysis can be put into Frolf.
Paintball or Frolf?
Which QB do we get in '16?
And they very well could. Sparty does not have the horses to stop elite offenses this year. They style of D they play puts a ton of pressure on individual players and requires elite athletes. They don't have them at every spot.
Losing. The word is LOSING.
Sorry, this drives me insane.
As mentioned above, we are playing with house money. It will come down to Jones... Can be make enough plays to beat Bama? Really, who knows?
Baylor's O is a bad match up for Sparty
Does no one notice how improved our D is? Hard to make a jump like we have as it is yet you all expect a jump to a top 10 D in one year. Crazy. Gotta remember that Apple, Lee, Bell, Bosa, Powell, McMillan are all underclassmen, too. Give it time.
He sounds whiny.
If I remember correctly, he said it a few years ago at the end of Tress' run. And he was right at the time.
Ole Miss is mad overrated
This is true. But don't underestimate the impact that major sports success can have on the rest of the university. Donors and alumni love winners and are more likely to write that check to the English department. It's busted logic, but it's also the way people are. Also, it can have an impact on student applications. Think of how many alumni went to Ohio State because they grew up in awe of the football team. Think of it this way, the football team at Alabama is the most public piece of that university. What else do you ever hear about that school?
Also, don't underestimate the effect that a successful team has on the area and regional economy. Columbus and Ohio State football will be forever linked in the public consciousness. Area businesses make a killing on gameday because it is such a spectacle. Columbus companies use OSU event tickets to grease clients. When I travel for work, the buckeyes are always brought up by clients in discussion.
Now, I know Purdue will never be OSU, but if they won a few Big Ten titles in the span of 5 or 6 years, can you imagine the secondary impacts that would have on the school and the West Lafayette area? Outside of the Big Ten, what do average people know about Purdue? Do kids in California or Florida even know where Purdue is?
LeBron is pressing too much. The pressure of winning one for Cleveland is getting to him, methinks.
That Mgoblog article by Brian is completely ridiculous. He basically says he feels sympathetic toward Frank Clark, the abuser, and says people who dogged Clark for it are assholes.