My mom died of the same disease a little over a year ago. It's a tragic hell to live through.
That was the worlds most awkward press conference!
Phil Steele is the best at this. He's always the most data based and most reasonable in his approach to ranking teams. He rarely gets caught up in hype without merit (see Michigan). He's usually the only CFB guide that I'll buy.
A big reason why the running game wasn't working is because the inside of our offensive line was getting beaten up front consistently. The play calling was garbage but we were getting out executed and losing in the trenches where McDowell resides.
McDowell. He is an absolute monster. I think he was a big reason why MSU shut us down last year.
I hope he doesn't try to handle it like Frank Reynolds...
And I get to keep this old birdcage.
I think he definitely will at some point. He's a state legend and national sports icon.
It's ridiculous that Archie Griffin has not done it yet...I mean that's just absurd. He embodies everything that is great about Ohio State.
There can only be one Good Son.
Apparently he's good at spreading chlamydia...so he has that going for him.
This guy gets it ^^^^
The Giants matched up really well with The Patriots...but they were probably the 2nd worst team to win a Super Bowl behind the 2011 Giants that were the worst team to win a Super Bowl.
LeBron leaving was a great decision, and with the way Gilbert was NOT building anything around him he really wasn't left with any other options at that time. He could have, and probably should have done it quietly, but who can honestly blame LeBron? After LeBron left, the Cavs were the worst team in the league. LeBron leaving was on Gilbert. Today the Gilbert letter looks even more childish now than it did then.
I feel like the Warriors are a lot like the 2007 Patriots. Throughout the regular season (especially early on) they were unbelievable and seemed almost unstoppable. But by the end of the year and into the playoffs they struggled and their weaknesses started to show more glaringly. At least Golden State can say they got beaten by a good team...unlike the Patriots in 2007.
Indiana is no joke anymore. They've played to the brink the last two games.
I've always had a suspicion that losing to Indiana last season might have been the catalyst for us to awaken from our slumber...similarly to what we did after the MSU loss.
It'll be interesting to see how much he develops physically and how much his game improves. Right now he looks really good for how young he is. Looks really sound in his routes and getting position on the DB.
Sibley could have played...he just would have to wait a year on the gray shirt. He was still being offered a full scholarship. It wasn't like Harbaugh where he got his offer pulled completely close to signing day and was forced to go elsewhere. I agree that it's not an ideal way to do things and I would have preferred they let him be part of the 2017 class, but he still had an opportunity to play at Ohio State if he wanted to.
Name one commitment that couldn't have went to Ohio State on scholarship and played?
I really don't want to see this Sitkowski kid in Ann Arbor...he kid has some serious ability.
A lot of the drives mentioned required the defense to stop the opposing team to close the game out. 2002 Michigan and 2002 Purdue come to mind as games that required the defense to make a big play or we might have been on the bad end of the game.
I agree with the OP. It seems pretty juvenile. Stop with the Twitter BS and focus on what you're doing...not criticizing someone else.
Michael Jordan time!
Love me some Half-Life!
I guess every team is "cursed" with something...we're cursed with failing to land top DT guys. We've developed some REALLY good guys but that is the one position that has seemed to elude us in comparison to the others.