WOW gets worse every year.
The committee isn't really defining it. That's the problem.
There are years the SEC has deserved two teams, but this certainly has the potential to be a complete cluster.
I think the committee's job would be easier if its task was to rank the four "most deserving" teams, rather than the four "best." Hypothetically, one of the four best teams could have eight losses.
Lived in the Florida Panhandle for four years after graduation from OSU and had a similar experience to most who have commented. Fun time, but not home.
Been back almost 15 years.
I'm excited to go out and get a class together that will hopefully be a top-three class nationally.
They would also like to white out about 18 of their last 20 seasons.
Intersting that Dick Vermeil, who was broadcasting the Rose Bowl with Musberger (remember the classic "those refs ought to donate their checks to charity") ended up drafting Germaine.
The Colosseum in Rome is almost 2000 years old and it had a retractable roof to shield spectators from direct sunlight.
Noon and 3:30 kicks in September can be brutally hot, to the point that you routinely see fans taken out on stretchers. If OSU expects fans to shell out $80 apiece face value for the likes of Western Michigan and Tulsa, maybe they could work on making people more comfortable.
By the way, I totally agree about the wireless access. Time to upgrade to current standards.
I would love to see further detail about this practice vs. oversigning and why camps are getting all this attention while the mainstream media mostly refuses to acknowledge the competitive advantage created by oversigning.
In my opinion Braxton needs to spend the most time working on reading defenses and making much quicker decisions in the passing game. When he holds the ball he gets into trouble.
I stopped caring about NFL teams when the the Browns moved out of Cleveland. I still like watching a good NFL game, but have no rooting interest except for my fantasy team and hoping the Buckeye players do well.
The cop car in the foreground is worth more than the entire apartment complex in the background.
Thank you for calling out Schlabach. He is among the most hideous SEC fanboys in the media.
Good post. Great point on the ridiculous pricing for poor quality opponents. The arrogance and ignorance of whoever is in charge of ticket pricing was exposed during the Spring Game debacle. I doubt OSU learns anything from that, however.
James Franklin in 3 years as head coach of Vanderbilt: 0-3 vs South Carolina, 0-1 vs aTm, 1-2 vs Florida, 1-2 vs Georgia, 0-1 vs Alabama, 0-1 + 1 cancel vs Northwestern, 1 cancel vs Ohio State, did not play LSU.