To witness the 2005 version of The Game in person is something I'll never forget. #10 sucked the life out of that entire stadium, and it was glorious
Once...JUST ONCE, I'd like to see us come out in our TRADITIONAL home jerseys, play non-sloppy football, and make scUM quit on both sides of the ball after 15 minutes of football. They don't deserve to be in this game, they don't deserve any success. Go out and show them how wide the gap is between the two programs
I had to read the first sentence of this article 3 times before I could move on. I kept thinking I had read it wrong, haha. I've got as likely a chance getting drafted next month as LaQuinton Ross does.
So go...you, big, "movie stars"
I know each one of you, like I know my own smell!
<El Guapo voice>...What is a plethora?!
Unfortunately, you're right. There will never be a more hollow 24-game winning streak in the history of college football. It's fun to puff our chests out during the season, we all live for it. But when it counts the most you can't beat Sparty, a team that clearly is your equal at best, and then play one of the sloppiest bowl games in recent memory, you need to just accept that we're good program, not a great one right now. Hopefully we turn it around.
Adam Sandler look-a-like? Yes. But an even better match is Judge Alex!
Part of the business. Looking forward to Urbs facing the challenges.
Best of luck, DT. Thanks for the 3 years, you were a top tier buckeye over the last 10 yrs. Work hard, and prove the doubters wrong at the next level.
Agreed. Matta and staff really need to earn their paychecks this year. We've had the luxury of having multiple guys on the floor who could burn you from the outside, pretty much since the 06-07 team. Now we only have one, and he's a forward so no team is afraid of our guards. I have a problem with Chris Jent working on shooting mechanics to the level he has with Aaron Craft and Sam Thompson. Go back and watch the final four game against Kansas, and you can easily argue that Craft is the best plaer on the floor for OSU. His confidence now is at an all-time low, with each week getting worse.
Amir needs to get in the weight room and work on his upper-body strength. I've never seen a softer 7footer in my life. Most of his weakness is up top. He does get pushed off the block from time to time, but his arms and chest are so frail he tries to literally 'cup' rebounds with his arm. Until he can toughen up and own boards when he gets his hands on them, he's on the same level as Dallas Lauderdale...and Dallas was 6'8.