Totally agree on Cincinnati. And I voted Rutgers because none of them scares me.
Does Auburn's bag man know KSU's kicker?
I watch a lot of B1G action, but I watch ANYTHING college football. The only difference is that when we are not playing I can record and start watching 40 minutes in and miss commercials. So this week has that silver lining.
Lots of good games this week. Starting tonight.
It's been quite pleasant to watch, actually.
For one play: Gonzo
For one game: Krenzel
For one season: Maurice
For a career: Troy Smith.
Mount Union for sure.
Greg Oden needs a college education. He has all the money he needs in life, so I am sure he sees no reason to go back to school. But in this case (and a few other stories I have read) he acts like a big, dumb high school drop out. What a waste. Have another Natty light, Greg, and maybe buy your way out of a prison cell. BUT WHAT THEN? Just never again hitting a woman is not a victory. I suggest that one step is a liberal arts education, and maybe he will learn a few things about himself and the rest of the world and find the place he belongs. It's not on his mother's couch. Maybe then....
If he wants to get out of the NFL he can coach the Raiders.
A win today and two weeks until the next game -- and that one at home.
A Hokie is a rock. It's the type of limestone found in southwest virginia.
A week ago I had my GAME FACE on and hated everything about the school and its fans. Today I wish them nothing but good things.
(I turn my hatred to Kent State, to their wanna-be students and pathetic blue - faced hooker alums who can't find a legit job because their diploma says Kent State. GO BUCKS. beat the Golden Showers, or Blue Flashers or whatever they are.)
The best thing about playing in state schools is that it gives their fan bases a chance to come to the Shoe and there are always $10 tickets -- or free if you find me -- available on the streets.
I once went to an Akron game and had crappy Alumni tix (last time I ever bought those). I upgraded to 45 yard line A deck while I walked past the arena for $15 each (my daughter was much happier down there) and gave away the $50 C deck Tickets to a guy who was standing outside the Shoe with his young son and was looking.
... western m*chigan, Northern Illinois, UAB ( we played them)...
If Ohio State is going to roll soft, at least they're keeping the money in-state. (Lookin' at you, Alabama.)
Florida A&M, Buffalo, Hawaii ...
I think this is a great answer. I was going to say Jesse Owens because he had some of his greatest moments in the Shoe, but Harley would be awesome.
fyi, I watched the 2002 m*chigan Game (part of it) with Archie. I did not take him to The Game, but he came by the alumni suite, where I was watching.
Indeed. Luckily they didn't test playas back in Woody and Earle's days because I knew quite a few....
The Franklin comparison is spot on.
I agree that BoB had potential. Of course he would leave Crappy Valley. How could anyone with brain cells want to stay there for more than the time it takes to get in, beat their asses and get the hell out.
Franklin was once the heir in waiting at Maryland, but he bailed. Now gets credit for rebuilding a Vandy team that can't hang with Temple. What a joke.
Just win (but something like 55-0 would be sweet).
Anyone who has any respect for that crap school has never been to a game in their tinker-toy stadium, listening to their crappy band and that gawd-awful lion "roar."
F them. I hope Rutgers rolls them.
This is a BUCKEYE.
We need to roll. My take from last week is that we should now be squarely focused on every facet of the game this week.
I got that Penn State hate thing covered for you DJ. F them and F their crappy know-nothing coach who left the cupboards bare at Vandy. F their sorry ass white-out fans and classless students. State College is a hell hole and nothing makes me happier than pounding them senseless.
I feel better now. Almost as good as a NSFW Anti-Work #Banger.
Up votes forever. At m*chigan cesspool they pipe in Journey songs and mike up their own lame band. Last year I sat 2 sections over from tbitl and could barely hear them at times. Piped in music is fine before games and after the halftime shows and before kickoffs, but during the game, the atmosphere of a college football stadium is unique.
And I lived through the Cooper years. Never again.