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Comment 01 Jan 2015

Agree with Jeremey's take on Derrick Henry being a factor in this game.  He gave me a fresh round of ulceritis this AM.

After rewatching the Wisky game, I hope we come out throwing the ball all over the field.  Cardale's arm is the weapon we have to exploit tonight, and its more then just the deep balls.  He can throw guys open, and he doesn't need a ton of time to do it.

On D I hope to see a repeat of the D-Line rotation from the Wisconsin Game.  This is going to be a 4 quarter slug fest and we need to keep those guys fresh for late in the game!


Comment 27 Dec 2014

I'm sure this has been pointed out already, but its new news to me.  Alabama's offense is awful away from home.  They are 17th in scoring offense in total, #6 at home, #62 on the road.  OSU is 5th overall, 5th at home and 6th on the road.  

Comment 27 Dec 2014

I went with "Punchers Chance".  I see this game going similarly to the Alabama - Auburn game.  I think it all comes down to scoring TD's in the redzone.  If Auburn had pulled that off they would have won that game.  

Comment 02 Dec 2014

Watching CJ wing those deep balls makes me wonder if Michael Johnson would loan Devin Smith his shoes from the Olympics.

Go Deep Devin!

Comment 25 Nov 2014

God you guys are really taking *e back.  I feel like dusting off *y transcript and reflecting how awful *y GPA was for fall quarter because of that da*n game.  I'll also go on record as saying anyone with a late '70's bday would s*oke you 80's kids.

Comment 14 Sep 2014

Plenty of good things can happen this year regardless of the AP poll:

1) Reminding Stefon Diggs that he should have chosen the Buckeyes

2) Cooling James Franklins jets

3) Revenge over Sparty

4) Witnessing Hokes last game as the Michigan coach

5). B1G title over hopefully Nebraska just for the inevitable Pelini sideline explosion

6). Bowl game W as a springboard into next years NC run