I'd settle for a run between the tackles with a true RB at this point.
Bama is running the ball very well unlike Ohio Sta.....oh, wait, the OSU coaches didn't call running plays. Got it.
Bama attempts to run the ball?
What a perfect fit he would be in Miami!
They're really gonna get shut out. Coaches did an absolute pitiful job. What an embarrassment.
Clemson isn't even outplaying the Bucks at this point. It's like Meyer is trying as hard as he can to avoid giving Weber the ball and establish some type of run game. Crazy, he seems to have forgotten that a strong running game won then a fucking title a couple years back.
I'm just glad Weber is on track for 5-6 carries for the game. He's not a weapon anyway, so I totally understand why he doesn't have a single carry.
Then those fans suck.
You're a saint.
I've said that all week. It's not broken if he's "pain free". Get out here with that. AC joint sprain, maybe, but likely still have discomfort. I don't buy any of it. He's not playing if it is truly broken. If he does play and it is truly broken, the safety of their players lies just below what movie to play on buses home in terms of level of importance. He is gonna get wrecked tomorrow and potentially harm himself much, much worse.
There is a clear difference between gamesmanship and being a total idiot. Harbaugh can't seem to differentiate the two. There isn't a human with half a brain that thinks Speight is playing. No way they prepare for both, it's O'Korn. Speight has no chance of playing.
Then he's not playing.
I dunno, ask Matt Stone and Trey Parker why they made this South Park episode over a decade ago. They're not usually one to create a controversial show. Weird.
Then he doesn't have a broken collarbone. This is a smokescreen....or, like I said, there is no broken collarbone.
Am I missing something? What is ignorant?
Why did reports say he broke his collarbone? If he did, he has 0% chance of playing.
Wish I didn't agree. Sparty has to be thrilled the OSU game plan is playing exactly into their hands.
Maybe not after a couple more looks.
The dude for Mich State did head butt Weber in his defense.
Hypothetically, if all teams in front take care of business and assuming Wisky wins BIG, then:
I just don't see a scenario if every team takes care of business that the Bucks make it. Unfortunately OSU seems to find a way to lose to the one team they can't afford to lose to. A loss to Rutgers would've been much, much more favorable at this point in the season.
If everything plays out like it "should" with no upsets, the Bucks will have to fully rely on the committee. Of which I have little faith. Bama, Clemson, BIG champ (wisky or penn state) and final 4th spot to:
-Pac 12 champ (Washington)
-One loss, non conference champ OSU
-BIG 12 Champ Oklahoma
-One loss, non conference champ Louisville
All of that being said, there is so much to be played, and if this week showed us anything, it's that crazy business always takes place in college football. Which makes it such an awesome sport to watch.
The BIG representative will be the one that didn't even play in the championship game?? That will be very odd and highly unlikely.
I see your point. I guess I just don't see the committee favoring a one loss OSU that didn't even compete in the BIG title game over a one loss Pac 12 and/or one loss ACC champion.
See, I don't look at it as dropping from number two as much as I look at it as two 1 loss conference champs jumping ahead. It's less about the Bucks and more about a few one loss teams, two of which have conference titles. Of course, there is so much left to play, but if there is a two loss wisky or PSU that won the BIG, and one loss Pac 12 champ, and/or one loss ACC champ, I just don't see it working out for the Bucks, unfortunately.