Aww man. You beat me to it. That's what I get for not posting right away and feeding my dog instead.
Don't forget that Parris Campbell just celebrated his 19th birthday last month. This is his 3rd year at OSU and he's only 19 years old. I see big things coming from him the next two years. He was a freak at 16 years old playing high school football and now I think he's to the point where he will feel like he finally belongs on the field with guys that are 2-3 years older than him.
Why are so many OSU fans butthurt about other "Ohio" State fans basking in the glory of a Cleveland sports title? I know a lot of you aren't Cleveland fans but why do you feel the need to voice your displeasure over others celebrating? I get a feeling all the time that Buckeye fans from Central and Southern Ohio feel like they have ownership when it comes to OSU due to proximity. Some of the most memorable Buckeyes hail from Cleveland and NE Ohio. If the Blue Jacket's, Crew, Red's or Bengals won a title, I would be happy for those cities and their fans.
Akron > Pitt
Pitt > VT
VT > OSU
Therefore, Akron > OSU
I assumed it was a given. Anyone affiliated with the SEC has a thick skull and is not able to critically think. I agree with the loss hurting more than Oregon's. I stated I agreed with him in my original post. However, he failed to acknowledge that Ohio State is a much improved team. He simply stated that a team that loses at home like that should not be considered. He however did back up Oregon's loss, which I know is not an SEC school but for some reason an ESPN perennial favorite. All I am saying, I think this Ohio State is much improved and can match up to any team in the country. The ESPN analysts don't give OSU a shot at beating Michigan State for some reason. I actually believe we will beat MSU handily. Urban will have our boys prepared and won't let a repeat of last year happen.
I wouldn't be that upset if we are the 5th or 6th team and we miss the playoff this year. That loss hurt us. I just think they should give our team more credit for overcoming that loss and looking like a team to be reckoned with.
There needs to be a bend in his knees, he looks like Gumby!
Although his film does not compare to that of Bell, Cravens, or Thomas...I trust Meyer's judgment.You have to take into consideration that Thompson only has 3 years of football under his belt so he is very raw and has a high ceiling. Bad Technique is correctable so I am not worried about that. I do love his physicality and his ability to get to the ball.
Rather have fast and athletic than fat and slow....sorry Storm...
23-9 Buckeyes. I don't think anyone has said that score...