Ha ha, yeah. Doesn't get too much worse than inventing a disrespect issue and then lose by almost 40.
Possibly a top ten team after this week and definitely playing like it. I expect to hear more about Barrett in the national coverage starting this week, too.
Barrett doesn't wear a helmet. He wears a distributor cap.
When you're Rutgers, people don't know much about you.
When you're Ohio State, people know a lot of things about you that aren't true.
With the exception of the 2011 Sugar Bowl, this was my first Ohio State road game...but it definitely had a home game feel. The DC subway was full of Buckeyes and most of the folks in our section were, too. Great afternoon for a Buckeye blowout in College Park! Kinda neat that you can see the Washington Monument and Capitol dome on the western horizon from the upper deck.
I'm glad Braxton isn't trying to put a Heisman campaign together behind this line. The guy wouldn't have a chance.
Not trying to be a wet blanket, but I cringed when Lee got up and stared down at Reynolds. Frazier grabbing him might have been half celebration, half helping avoid a taunting penalty. Notice how he pulled Lee's head up? Subtle Sr. leadership.
The Shookster is right-on with the contradiction of dropping in the poll given our performance sans Miller versus the prediction with Miller, but I think pollsters were looking to drop us in the polls regardless. Losing Braxton provided the cover.
That being said, It's only week 1 and we have a damn good team. If we look good beating VT and get past MSU, I think we can be right were we want to be in the polls at the end of the season. Right now, winning is the only thing that matters.
Saturday can't get here soon enough. I really want to see what our LBs can do against the Navy rushing attack. That is, of course, if Navy can get past the D-line.
Interesting that this Twitter account is set on French. (See "follow" button and date).
Well, we know at least some of them know how to do what you are suggesting (https://bwi.rivals.com/showmsg.asp?fid=36&tid=172147821&mid=172147821&sid=890&style=2). This is Chrome Incognito on steroids.
Funny they should mention that.
Good question. Maybe having to wear it so long has motivated his new level of effort and output?
The tally on the vote page seems to have a bug in it. It actually went down a couple times after I voted. However, if you click on the "Discuss" link after voting you get the accurate tally. That tally went up as I voted and so did the percentage for Woody.
Yeah, that is interesting. If you take out international votes, Woody is the clear favorite by probably 1,000. I wonder what is up with that?
Penn State probably developed some kind of automatic ESPN voting center in the Cayman Islands. I bet that's what it is.
Yes, incognito definitely works. I just got Woody up to 49%, but alas I have other things to do today.
Currently down by about 300 votes. Definitely within reach.
- Open Chrome incognito window
- Load page
- Vote Woody
- Close window
It takes a while for the vote count on ESPN to catch up, but the incognito voting is working.
I think we've moved the needle a bit, but still too close for comfort.
Cinderella's carriage turns into a pumpkin at midnight, every time.
Dude could learn a lesson in class from the 7 year old in the Syracuse hat behind him.
Maybe the Browns' strategy really should be to sign the best Ohio and former Buckeye talent they can. Nobody else seems to want to stay in Cleveland.
That was ugly and suspenseful, but if they do that like 9 more times this season it will be alright with me.
I hope we can keep Coach Warinner for as long as possible. That guy really impresses me and the things his players say about him speak volumes.
I agree, Patriot. With the current state of the B1G, post-season games are very important for our national reputation. I guess it's easy to say they are not important when you are just a fan with no skin in the contest.