I totally agree. There was at least one hot route that was totally wiffed on, where Baugh didn't recognize he was the hot route receiver and never looked back for the ball and ran a route JT wasn't expecting. Actually, he might have not recognized he was supposed to be the hot receiver on a couple other plays too.
I guess the plan is for Pletcher to redshirt? He wont take 133 and it looks like 141 would be very challenging/impossible to overtake. 125 might be too hard to get down to for him too.
Living and traveling in the South... "why are you wearing a hat with a marijuana leaf on it?". Explain its a buckeye leaf representing tOSU. Watch their bewilderment turn into contempt. Win.
I think letting two B10 east teams in would set a dangerous precedent that the SEC (and others) would try their best to exploit in years to come. With that said, if scUM and tOSU are two of the 4 best teams, then it's hard to justify why they both can't be in.
You know things are good when you have 2 freshmen ranked in the top 16. There's a real possibility Hayes and Moore could have way better years than what their preseason rankings show. Also, hope Bo puts it all together and makes a complete run to #1 at nationals this year.
Why all the downvotes?
Im relatively confident that Franklin does not feel very confident about Saturday.
Definitely. No way Urbz et. al. are getting out-coached in the first half again (lets admit it, it happened), and there will be no Camp Randall voodoo.
It worked so well against MSU though. /s
Hooker et. al. might be praying for rain.
Ohio State fans bemoaned a lukewarm offensive showing against Tulsa, which Ohio State followed with a blood-letting of Oklahoma's defense in its next game.
I have convinced myself that the coaches do this by design by rolling out an ultra vanilla game plan and play calling. This week, I feel like they will come guns blazing against Wisky.
Playing BGSU or Toledo is not the same thing as playing Jacksonville State, Southern Miss, Arkansas, and South Alabama all in the same season (oh, hi there LSU and your tough SEC schedule).
Because shes never played college football.
Looks like the ice is on his throwing shoulder too (was hoping, without marginalizing his injury, that it was non-throwing shoulder). Dang.
Hope its not too serious (grade 1) and he recovers quickly!
"We [the Badgers] will not be elite until Stave leaves." Cant blame a kid for speaking #truth
24-3. Defense gets 2 interceptions, one leading to a score. The offense (most importantly) does NOT have a first-drive-turnover this week! Whisky has one solid drive that leads to an early FG.
Good point, I have a short memory and am trying to think of any possible way I can help the passing game improve from my couch lol.
Yes. This (is what I'm hoping happened last week).
This is a good one, because it seemed like we did that a lot last year to get the ball outside quickly into the playmakers hands. Also, slants and other short/easy throws... where are they?
#1: Alex Hornibrook has more interceptions than TDs this year. What does our D need to do to fluster this guy into tossing some passes directly to Hooker/Lattimore?
#2: Wisconsin beat the 1-4 Georgia State Panthers by less than a touchdown, but also barely lost to scUM and beat LSU. What the hell do I make of this team?
If the early signing period gets moved up, maybe the NFL draft could get moved up a year too.
Also, surprised they wouldn't take a free trip to get away from the oncoming storm.
How the hell is Percy Harvin a "thug"
Because he was coached by that Urban Meyer guy, all his players are thugs.
Answering my own question. TIL:
Ameer Abdullah tied an NFL record Sunday afternoon -- and it is one that could be tough to top. Abdullah returned the second-half kickoff 104 yards for the Detroit Lions and was stopped one yard from scoring, tying the 104-yard kick return by Percy Harvin in 2011 as the longest non-scoring play in NFL history.
Has the longest non-scoring play in NFL history 104yds