I have to agree that they often post ridiculous comments and are the strangest, most annoying fans in the conference. Example: they always believe they have one of the best, if not the best, defenses in the country. Apparently they determine that strictly by statistics, and never consider the quality of their competition or any other factors.
Yep. My wife's sister has her daughter's birthday party every year the Saturday of The Game. And every year she acts shocked when I don't show up. Not my fault she always picks that Saturday. In fact, terrible planning to even give birth in late November. Just my opinion.
I have to disagree. I don't want to see it. With normally only two quarterbacks on the team with significant game reps, why subject them to more plays and increased risk of injury by using them together on multiple plays? There are more than enough skill position players to get the ball to and countless ways to do it.
Everything went wrong that night. It is hard to understand how that happened at night in Ohio Stadium. At this point probably the best thing to do is not worry about the playoff and just try to enjoy the progress the team makes from game to game. Oh, and hopefully destroy penn state and michigan.
Sorry, I'll have to disagree. Stanley was incredibly boring. I actually think Beau does a great job on the show.
Never feel sorry for a michigan man.
96 game was the worst.
Not really worth thinking about at this point. Haven't even played a single big ten game. From what I've seen, there is no way of knowing how good this OSU team is. The opponents so far do not provide any sort of a measuring stick. Does anyone think that any of those four teams are good at all?
Why place Ohio on the helmet? I thought it was Cincinnati, USA.
Let them keep their coach for a while and keep losing. I will root for the rest of the league to improve ( except penn state). Ohio State can rattle off a few more win streaks against michigan and hopefully have a winning record against them in my lifetime.
'That being said'
He should have switched to beers.
Yeah there is some concern there. It sure doesn't seem like 'reloading'. Maybe the team is still too young at too many positions? One point of concern: have we seen a single Meyer recruit on offense have a breakout performance yet? Hopefully it is just inexperience holding them back.
Have to look at the losses. I know it has been said ad nauseam, but you are looking at a loss of roughly 3000 yards rushing without Miller, Hyde, and Hall. Then basically remove four starting lineman and the top receiver. Now, the team should be very good by next year, whether the starting QB is Miller or Barrett. The Meyer Haters will be in full swarm if things aren't much better by then, and I would start to have some serious concerns at that point as well. But right now I think you have to wait and see how things progress.
I agree. Really just Jan through Mar are bad. Fall weather is amazing, and spring and summer aren't bad. But apparently a lot of people don't see it that way.
Global warming. If it gets warmer in the Midwest, maybe everybody will stop moving to SEC country. More people equals more players.
What status do I get when I reach 300? Bet it is something great.
Well Tressel had a veteran quarterback that year in Krenzel and many returning players from a championship team. Seems pointless to compare the two.
Saw a steeler kick a brown right in the head. Pretty much sums everything up.
I thought it might be a bar.