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As the owner of three Doxies, I liked the Hot Dogs.
Regardless, to beat Urban you have to stop the run first, doesn't matter who's under center.
True. Despite all the spread offensive talk, we are a power run team that uses the spread to make life difficult of the opposing defense. I think that approach has advantages over the spread offense, if you have the RB/HB/QB that are viable running threats because you always have to account of retime while trying to cover the WR's so ultimately your going to leave running or passing lanes open. If the D isn't stopping the run then we'll just follow Woody's playbook and tell you what we're going to do and then go out and do it.
As for your O, they're good but we got some playmakers returning on D as well. Not just on the line, but in the backfield with guys like Apple. Will be interesting to see how you match up, especially if we pressure your QB.
I think that will be one of the keys to the game. You have a good, experienced team returning, especially on defense. Your D needs to stop us early and your O put some points on the board, even if they are behind, to keep them in the game mentally. You can't let it get out of hand early. That will force us to play a more conservative game, but if you let us jump up by say 21 points you'll probably see some more risky plays to test you as well as see what our guys can do. Playing catchup will be tough since we are likely to make less mistake than last year and be better on O and D. I think it will be a close game with us winning by 10 - 14 points.
Independent of the Dean situation I think it is critical that the doctors be able to render a completely independent decision that is not subject to second guessing by anyone, if they don't clear a player. The doctors have one responsibility, and that is to the patient. There should be no, but let's reconsider, even if the patient wants to play.
Doctors can have difference of professional opinion and there be nothing nefarious going on; but team doctors must have the final word in no play situations. Now, if they clear a player and the coach choses to sit him that then is the coach's choice and reasonable as well.
Certainly a possibility. It could also be they felt one more big hit to the knee, even after it healed, would be devastating. Doctor's opinions vary and a year may change it. I wish him the best and hope he stays healthy.
Beyond that, there could be a bias against him since he is on a "great team" and thus expected to have flashy stats vs a guy on an ok team. If he does well it is discounted but if he doesn't put up big numbers, no matter how well he plays, he will not be viewed as Heisman worthy. Call it a curse but behavior bias can explain why it is a curse.
I liked it when they started to discuss how many points you must have in order to use the term "ass clown..."
Much better version:
While Tressel has many admirable qualities and I have a great deal of respect for him, when he lied about players' getting illegal benefits he crossed the line. The punishment may have been overly harsh, and I agree he deserves to be in the HOF; but let's not look at what he did through scarlet and gray glasses.
I do not know his true motivations, and am willing to ascribe his actions to a desire to help his players; but that does not change what he did.
As for TP, he broke the rules and was punished; but also deserves to be welcomed back. What he did was minor in the grand scheme of things and he doesn't deserve to be treated like a pariah as a result. Personally, I think the rules he broke are idiotic, like many of the NCAA rules, but they are the rules and he knew them and what the consequences would be for a violation.
In both cases, forgive, help others learn from your mistakes, and move forward as a better person...
And remember that one of the victims was an Ohio State aero eng graduate. Even as we sre opponents on the field much more ties us together than divides us.
Be sure to see if Ohio offers any benefits beyond the bill as well.
They really aren't saying they think we are double digit favorites; rather that bettors will think so and so the line will be set their to balance their book.
Nah, they're just expecting you to build them something; spoken as a Dad who just helped his daughter build a desk to take to college..
Seriously, teach your kids to enjoy building things as you do. My most cherished moments are of my Dad showing me how to change brakes, tune an engine, or properly build a toolbox...
I hope that day is long as coming, brother. It was moving and wonderful.
As a vet, I hope to join him eventually amongst my brothers and sisters. I walked to his grave, rather than take the bus, to reflect on the sacrifices he,and so many others, made, fighting in a war at an age where I was safely on campus at The OSU, so I can enjoy talking smack with other fans and enjoying the benefits of living here. They gave their lives to let each of us live ours the way we want, something we should never forget. Whenever I hear someone say "they shouldn't be allowed to..." I remember what it cost to let us live our lives in freedom and am glad, in some small and insignificant way, to have played a part in that. If I am half the man my dad was I will consider myself a success.
Happy Father's Day fellow Buckeyes. I'm enjoying mine in an airport after checking on my Mom and visiting my Dad at Arlington.
Never miss a chance to tell your dad you love him, you never know when it will be your last...
Glad to have you here. I hope you find us as welcoming as I have TKP. Having the opportunity to have a Dad instill a love of CFB and a team is a gift, one I have passed on to my kids as well. happy Father's ay and GO BUCKS...
Fixed the shirt:
I use a paint stripper heat gun from HD to light my egg. 2 or 3 minutes tops for a light.
Interesting question but i don't think you answered it with your data. Fourth down attempts, if you want to see how agresdive a coach is, must be compared with opportunities. Going for it 3x when you only have 3 fourth down situations is a lot more agresdive than going for it 5 x in 15 fourth fown situations.
A better question is how much additional field did you give up if you went for it and failed?
I was there for New Years. My family thought I was nuts packing cold weather gear because "it's a desert..." They appreciated my fore thought once we got there. My one regret in the Navy was not being a plank owner on SSN 711 the Las Vegas. They apparently had one hell of a party to celebrate its commissioning in Vegas.
Could happen to anyone. I administer the MBTI and have to remember it is Myers Briggs not Meyer Briggs ...
Will the end result be more transfers? Kids will get pressured to sign early and as a result the current NLOI day will become an afterthought. Under such a system a kid would still have 6 moths to change their mind except now that would result in them siting out a year, but if they think they will redshirt anyway then what have they lost if they transfer before enrolling?
In addition, you could wind up with the situation where 3* sign early but the 4 and 5* wait so a coach is faced with either limiting offers to avoid not having space for the stars or grey shirting kids who sign early.
If they did go with early signing just open it up so a kid could sign any time after the early signing day. Why wait another 4 months?
That's the problem with lists like this, they vary depending on the criteria and thus are ver subjective. You could argue the forgotten B1G team, the Maroons, have a great history and deserve a place on any greatest list. Army, as much as it pains me, deserves a nod as well.
Considering BofA started in California and is NC only a a result of the merger with Nationsbank I'd say calling it NC's great brand a stretch, just as SAKS for GA; especially since GA has Home Depot.
I dissagree. VT suffered key injuries last season that made them look worse than they were. They will have, or should have, a healthy team against us, which will play the game of their season; since a win will gain them a lot of respect. A loss will be much worse for us than them; since losing will cause peeple to question whether we were lucky or good last season. I think we will win, but it will be a close game that will come down to a few key plays. I think we win but it won't be a blowout. If we make a few key mistakes it could be a long game fo us. I think we will win by 10 - 14 points but we will be in for a fight. We need to take contol early and keep VT on their heels the entire game. Foster is a good coach with a lot of talent to use and will be ready for us. This game will show how well we are able to build on our NC run but could also show our weaknesses, especially at establishing a passing game absent Spencer and Thomas. We have the talent to overcome our personel losses, the question is will we our first game.
We win, but it'll be more like PSU or even Bama than Wisky.