The one about how we don't take them seriously says it all.
Yea, with the exception of in conference games Ohio State doesn't really play road games at the stadiums of perceived lesser teams. Just like how our road game against Toledo 5 or so years ago was played at the Browns Stadium. It'd be cool to see them play in a smaller stadium, though. I live close to Akron so seeing them play at InfoCision stadium would be awesome.
Also, why is the Illinois game being played in prime time? That game usually has noon written all over it.
Personally I've always preferred their standard scarlet/white jersey's. But if it brings in recruits I can suffer through it.
Not always. They wore their home jersey's to the Navy game. The opposing team would have to agree or request to wear their whites but it's possible.
who were the two that down voted this? lol
Is there a source for this? I'm not doubting it exists, I just need to see it first hand.
Gardner will likely head to Ohio State as Michigan’s starting quarterback with an objective of burning the Buckeyes with his play on the field
Yea, how'd that work out?
I don't think Hackenberg has enough Moxy to be successful this week.
Pat Fitzgerald, I respect his loyalty. Not many coaches would pass up other head coaching jobs at more successful programs (as I'm sure he has)
according to a video I found on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgqfBU5OOHE) this is the exact transcript of that convo..
Let's enjoy this one right here baby.
I love ya' man.
Just do it like before.
I love ya' man.
Now, listen here's what you've got to do.
Don't give them over-exuberant look.
Act very passive right here, and get everybody back on your side.
You understand what I'm telling you?
Humble... humble pie.
LOL.. I was watching it live when Jimbo was talking to Winston there. I couldn't really make out what he was telling him, but I have a 6 year old nephew who gets that same look when he gets in trouble.. and he's 6.
True, but I meant more of a comparing to say what he can't do. Like "He's not as fast or as elusive as Braxton".
yea, noticed that right away..lol
I think he might have been beyond the line of scrimmage, though; before Wilson became as open as he was.
I really don't like making comparisons between him and Miller, it's not fair to him to ask him to be like that.. but for at least a moment he showed a flash of Miller's moves.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OjIyBRmdHc&feature=player_embedded#t=48s
we’ve got to get this quarterback down
Gary Nova, allow me to introduce you to Joey Bosa.
One thing's for sure is Spielman's gonna be part of the broadcast team. I don't know about you guys/gals but I always enjoy the broadcasting more when he's involved.
He's not a "Michigan Man" though..
Oh, how the mighty fall. This is a good example of how cyclical college football can be.
lol.. The point I was trying to make is Barrett doesn't need to be Miller. No need trying to fix something that isn't broken. Personally I think the offense will ultimately be better now that it doesn't have to rely on a QB with freakishly good running skills. We need a QB that can get out of trouble throwing the bowl instead of running it.
"Braxton gave us the wow factor," Meyer said Monday. "J.T., that’s not part of his game, he’s a move-the-chains quarterback."
In the words of the great Wayne Woodrow Hayes "To hell with the most exciting game. I'd rather have them drab as hell and win"
I think "struggles" is too light of a word for what's going on up there
I wonder how the non sport fans, that work there, feel about this. I know I'd be less than thrilled that I don't have the day off because their boss wants to make a joke.