For college football games, every person in the stadium is counted. That's why the official attendance is higher than capacity.
I'd say there's little chance there will be a new stadium in the next 50-80 years. They've done complete overhauls to reinforce concrete, etc. I don't think the age is all that relevant if you do upgrades.
They're going to be red.
Ha, thanks. Where do I send you the check?
Part of that is certainly the media's fault. But when Braxton Miller and Christian Bryant are telling us how great he is, we're going to write it. He had more than 500 total yards, which is a solid freshman season. But his level of production was nowhere near some of the other skill players around the country in recent memory. Keep in mind that Urban gave a pretty damning review of Wilson in October. That said, it's clear he's poised for a huge sophomore season.
Yep. As I wrote yesterday, Meyer is a master motivator. Everything he does, whether it's talking a player up or saying so and so hasn't earned a starting spot, is calculated. When he speaks highly of true freshman, you better believe he means it.
Haha, no. Just another solid name.
No, only BTN.
The efficiency of the run game is all based on the offensive line. It might be adequate, but it will be nowhere near the past two seasons. If Braxton got hurt, OSU would be in serious trouble. Think otherwise and you've got some incredible scarlet glasses. There's no Kenny Guiton on this team.
The competition was based on the entire spring, not just the spring game.