Yes, but we would have scored on FSU pretty much at will.......Auburn did and OSU had a better offense than Auburn with guys like Miller and Hyde
I scored a 12. A few things need to be clarified....does a buckeye themed garage mancave count as a buckeye room? Also, what if you attended Ohio St. but did not graduate from TOSU, but did graduate later from a fine in-state school?
Nice to see that our 2nd and 3rd string QB's again are better than the starter for ttun.
I can see Gibson taking on the Braxton Miller role from last year.....but with a more dynamic role. Nothing against Braxton, I just don't think the coaches knew where/ how to fit him into last season's offense, but Torrance Gibson can do the same stuff multiplied. end arounds, a couple of direct snaps, maybe throw a pass, catch some short, intermediate and deep balls. Guy can do it all.
I love Urban Meyer as our coach, the best HC in America.....but part of me misses Jim Tressel. Tress gave the tombstone piledriver to 2 programs that have never recovered. Miami and TTUN.
April Fools day has to be the most annoying "holiday" of the year.
My least favorite B1G football coach supporting my least favorite B1G hoops coach......a match made in heaven. #hate
Not a UNC fan by any means, but I hope the tar heels put it on the hoosiers.
Young man seems to have enjoyed his visit........I bet Texas A&M is getting very nervous!
Yes!! but his dad also deserves some major recognition for being the world situp (!) champion. wow
Yes. Seriously, how is this legendary buckeye not have his number hanging in the Horseshoe?
Excellent article....I am looking forward to more of these in the future. This type of insight is the stuff only a former player can give,
Tate Forcier should have warned Carson Palmer about Coleman's INT ability. #2009
The only things Pitt can offer over TOSU is immediate playing time and proximity to family for those who are from Pa.
If Samuel played for Indiana Jordan Howard would have been on the bench.
If Samuel was the OSU feature back he would have numbers right there with Howard and close to Zeke. Too bad for Samuel he was behind the best RB in college football and one of the best RB's in OSU history.
It isn't a Heisman House commercial because neither Montana nor Rice ever won a Heisman Trophy.
Curtis Samuel was probably the 2nd best RB in the B1G this season behind Zeke. Stinks for him he had to play behind the best RB in the country.
So, Harper would be a LB? Safety? TE? The guy is a great athlete and baseball player.
Bosa's hit that knocked Rudock out of the game.
As long as JT is the QB, we'll be fine. That said I hope we see a mass exit to the NFL. I want to see fresh, young blood next year. These guys, Bell, Lee, Tyvus, Bosa, Braxton, Thomas, Cardale, etc. they all have served their school well. Thanks for a great 4 year ride.
even if he never takes a meaningful snap for TOSU, Stephen Collier is one of my favorite players.
look at my username, much admiration for X-Brax. Just a great player and person......hope everything works out for him at the next level.
Palmer, both QB's have a chance to go off and Cousins has been hot lately, but Carson Palmer has less margin for error. Cousins on the road has a chance to put up a stinker. Avoid the noid.
Students, yes, but a lot of the athletes with stars next to their name haven't been attending Catholic schools since kindergarten, though
"Faith Based" high schools in Ohio is just code for schools without district lines who are allowed to recruit. the standout players on many of these teams have no interest in religion. Notre Dame is just a larger version of this. ND is a very good school...but to say you want to send your 4-5 star athlete son there to get a religious education, c'mon, man!
2006 was maybe the best game ever in my lifetime between the 2 teams just because the stakes were so high.....but my all time favorite may have been 2004. OSU entered as an underdog and on a losing streak. The series under Tressel was in our favor, 2-1, but I believe that was the coming out party for the aforementioned class of 2006. Just a breakout game full of big plays for Ohio St.
2005 may have been the most exciting game between the 2 rivals in that span, though.