Eh. Browns were at 97% capacity last year, and they have a wait list for season tickets. Filling seats is not the problem, keeping butts in the stadium past the third quarter is. Former Buckeyes are great, but they haven't had a good track record with recent picks (Robiskie comes to mind).
Calling them hapless is being extremely generous.
Best Christmas song ever... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMj4Q6EVOW0
My friend, who works at the Citgo, said his mom heard that her neighbor's thrid cousin knows a grad assistant on the women's volleyball team who dates a guy in the cafeteria who brings meals to the janitor at Morril who runs a car cleaning service that Gene Smith's college roomate drives past on his way to Starbucks, said everyone is being fired BEFORE the game.
Sometimes you guys do not make me proud to be a Buckeye.
Luckily there's a game on Saturday, and my ass will be there...
Bernie Kosar, out of Youngstown/Boardman
If Tress were a basketball coach, I could see him drooling at the thought of limiting a game to 49 possessions...
While I doubt anyone (meaning the voters) would let that happen, seeing the #3 & #4 teams play in the Rose would be delicious, and most likely see a split national champion.
How many passes were thrown at TE's, not just the ones they caught - for example, targeted 10 times, for 8 completions. Outside of pro fantasy numbers, I don't think most sites break down the targets by receiving option.
Would love to see the data on targets in addition to catches relating to each of the above categories.
In a crazy alternate reality, Tress could wind up running up the score so the kickoff coverage teams get plenty o' practice. Alternating with punts to get some work in there too.
Nic Dilillo. On a reverse.
Good rundown - only missing Ryan Pickett (Green Bay) with 2 tackles, and greybeard (also personal favorite) Joey Galloway getting playing time but no catches with Washington.
The Dispatch has it at 2476, so it should be pretty close to that.
I don't mind the helmet... but one of my favorite parts of The Game is seeing the masses of buckeye leaves on all of the starters' helmets. Even if they went back to the oversized stickers from the 70s (on the red helmets), I'd feel better about it. Just one more tradition that is getting pushed to the side (even if it is a newer tradition).
Off topic - but I have an Iowa fan at work who is speculating that the Big 10 will be announcing the divisional alignment tomorrow on the BTN at 7 pm. Probably idle speculation but may be worth tuning in to the "Big Ten Network Football Special - Live" to see what's up...