I wonder how many prophets voted for Hartline on this same question in 2009... Come forward and lets talk stock market.
I've been saying this all week! Nebraska exposed them by spreading them out, but couldn't capitalize because they turned the ball over. I think we will definitely move the ball, but the game will be won/lost in the red zone. We score TDs instead of FGs and TOs, we'll win handily.
Read it again.. If you BUY a car you get to keep it for free. Isn't that the circumstance when you buy anything? Or is this already established and I'm the gullible idiot?
I live in Tampa, and yes I agree. There are so many Gator fans that continue to sing that tune 7 years later. You can't have a legitimate conversation about college football with the clowns down here. Such a shame we have to root for them this week (don't act like you won't, even if it is a long shot..)
If we stop Jeremy Gallon we'll win by 50
Am I the only one pulling for Oregon to win out so, just in case the stars don't alighn and we are snubbed from the NC, we play them in the Rose Bowl?
I can see the rhetoric now "Ohio State beats a Stanford team that barely beat Oregon, lost to a mediocre Utah and an interim-coached USC team and Stanford doesn't have the speed of any of the other BCS teams." And somehow a win over Stanford would somehow be spoken of as a "bad BCS bowl win."
All I can think about is Hackenberg and Robinson going 80 yards in 20 seconds on Michigan double coverage in the 4th qtr two weeks ago, oh and a bye week. Yikes.
The WR blocking in this offense is spectacular. It's the difference between 5 yard runs and these 15-20 yarders we are being spoiled with all season.
Brown didn't hesitate when he saw Hyde break that tackle to sprint upfield and throw a block, pretty cool to watch.
CJ Barnett had a perfect example of how to hit someone hard on Iowa's next series without taking their knees or knocking their head off.
Did I miss the story about ND in the B1G?
It hurts to say negative things about a buckeye, but his commentating has made me want to mute a couple games this year. Maybe it's first season jitters, and maybe I am spoiled by Spielman and Herbie, I don't know.
"Eventually the tide will turn."
I see what you did there....
I also think the biggest accomplishment this season is the team to get it's "swagger" back. Last season deflated a lot of that and 12-0 is the best way to get it back.
He also made the third down solo stop at the 1 yd line.
Braxton grabbed that fumble and the play should have been called dead before it got knocked out of his hand.
I'll take a strong finish over a strong start. Just compare how you felt last week against Nebraska with 6 minutes left in the game to how you felt against MSU with 6 minutes left, which included a first possession TD.
Gained significant weight since last year, and he's running like he never lost his step. His only problem is he can't hang on to the ball!
I disagree. OLB's are the most important defenders in the spread. They have to get to the sidelines quickly to cover the flat and clean house on the inside routes and crossing patterns.
I went to IU for a buckeye game a few years back, and we had well over 20k in attendance. We were the majority and it wasn't even close. Did the O-H-I-O cheer and everything. Might as well be a home game minus 50,000 people.
We need to add Gus Johnson to this list. It's not his fault Fox can't get a good game yet.
I'm curious what our Nickel formation will look like without Sabino. Is Josh Perry ready to play Will in a Nickel? That's a huge exposure for a spread offense like Indiana. I can't see it happening, but if we lose a trap game like this I see Sabino's injury being a factor.
ND is a top 3 defense in the country for sure.
An exciting win that couldn't have come at a better time, when about 40 recruits were in attendance to see how electric it can get. If that doesn't sell a kid I don't know what will.