Haha fair enough, I wouldn't mind playing those two teams twice every year though. Need more payback against UF. (In both Basketball and Football).
Yeah, Freeman is a beast. They also have another player in Marshall who went for over 1,000 rushing last year but has seemingly been switched to WR and has over 800 yards receiving this season to go with close to 400 rushing.
Would never happen but it would be sweet to join the SEC West division to always have home and away games every other year with Bama, Auburn, and LSU.
Florida would be an every year competition. Donovan has been there since '96 and excluding his first two seasons as coach, he's won at least 20 games in every season since.. including 3 - 30 win seasons and 3 more seasons where he won 29 games.
My nomination for .gif of the year:
Are you trying to break your own record (when you had a different username) for threads created?! But no. It doesn't even matter now that we're in the playoffs and a Navy win over a San Diego St team would do nothing for our perception anyway.
Another good story:
"One of the best Woody stories that I heard was a few years ago at our 25th reunion of our 1975 team. Former assistant George Hill told us that after beating Michigan that year, Woody was given an armful of roses as he entered the arrival gate, signifying our upcoming trip to the Rose Bowl. When he left the airport, the first place he went was to Riverside Hospital. He took all those roses and passed them out to patients who did not have any visitors that day. I guess it was his way of paying forward. He always said you could never pay back, yet you could always pay forward by helping someone in need. I'm sure those roses uplifted the dampened spirits of the people who received them."
-- Lou Pietrini, from the book "What It Means to Be a Buckeye"
"I may not be able to outsmart too many people, but I can outwork 'em."
"Without winners, there wouldn't even be any civilization."
"Football is, after all, a wonderful way to get rid of your aggressions without going to jail for it."
"I love football. I think it is the most wonderful game in the world and I despise to lose. I've hated to lose ever since I was a kid and threw away the mallets when I lost at croquet."
OSU4life, is that you?
Memphis almost got into a brawl with Ole Miss earlier this season. I bet if it were near the end of the game it would've been an all out brawl.
I never understand why in football brawls players continually punch other players in the helmet. I'm sure that's hurting yourself more than the other guy.
Weird, I just watched this on youtube the other day when I was watching random pranks gone wrong ha.
Reporter: "What do you get when you cross an owl...with a bungee cord?"
Haha, I know... I'm only saying that because 1. I hate Iowa and 2. I go to UNI.
What is it, 14 career starts and 6 INTs? Not bad, not bad.
Those are solo tackles, lots of traffic in the middle of the field usually, thus making tackles more of a gang tackling situation.
I feel like Frazier played most of the game vs Wisky anyway. I think he adds more size and a better pass rush element than Miller. But either way, keep em rotating and fresh.
We'll definitely need to rotate DL all game, otherwise our boys may get worn down if Bama trys to play power football. Think this will be the best OL we'll face all season. Wisky was a bit overrated IMO and were dealing with injuries. Will be a good test for our front 4. I'm hoping Frazier gets the start opposite Bosa though. Dudes a monster in his own right.
I like the tweet 'another suckeye trying to undermine UM coaching hire' -- no dumbass, he went to Columbia. You can tell he's been a fan for awhile.
I still don't even know what the hell was going on in this play, if you look at it... the middle of the field was wide open if that dude would have just ran a route? Easy first down.