Purdue gave Dantonio some heartburn, their game with MSU was much closer than expected. I agree, they are improving.
Well it's interesting, I guess we'll see what's up with that. My guess is he's thinking MSU is legit and will get past the Buckeyes.
I think Kevin Carter is a good analyst, and I liked what he said about the Buckeyes yesterday.
I don't think Samuel has a fumbling problem, he carries the ball the right way. He had it taken away by a UC linebacker, and he won't let that happen again. I enjoyed watching his triumphant return against Rutgers.
Anyone notice that Rod Smith isn't fumbling, and is playing very well as a situational back? I think he deserves some credit too.
I was at a dinner party and happened to be standing next to a Notre Dame fan when I saw the play. He said he thought it was clearly offensive interference, I guess that's good enough for me. It was pretty obvious on the replay.
I think USC will beat ND, should be a good game.
in other words, Hackenberg gets a lot of passing yards because Penn State can't run.
Going back a month or so ago, both Penn State and the Buckeyes had a glaring weakness in the form of inexperienced O-Line.
Penn State still does. Sack Hack.
Did they really burn Kyle Allen's redshirt? Is he going to start now?
FAIL. Cal needed a few more yards to get into FG range, chose to throw the bomb instead, INT. UCLA wins.
Sonny Dykes might feel his seat getting a little warm.
Maybe this thread is dead, but I couldn't find an afternoon game thread. Watching UCLA at Cal, and I think Cal is going to pull the upset...
Schoolyard football game. I'm going to go see if Cal can come back on UCLA.
Clemson bastards eked out a win at BC.
Punch them back. No quarter.
What does it take to get four quarters out of this defense?
TAMU look like a bunch of quitters.
Now let's see if the defense can keep up some intensity with a big second quarter lead.
Percy Harvin has done everything there is now that he has a Super Bowl ring, so why not go play for one of the New York teams for a year or two. He'll have a great time and then he'll retire. Cool.
Seahawks can go spend some money on some new WRs.
I'll agree with you insofar as you are saying the Buckeyes are a more talented football team than VT. Of course they are. But the Buckeyes just didn't play very well that night, and I don't think you can really argue your way around that. It hurts their chances, period.
Didn't I hear on the news that hundreds of people are being contacted because they innocently flew on planes that carried a nurse who had Ebola, because the CDC told her it was okay?
I would say "will never affect them" is an opinion, nothing more, frankly.
IIRC, Mr. Garcia had some off the field issues a time or two, so yeah some people will use anything they can to call his assertions into question.
My favorite was when he was at Florida, commenting on Tennessee: "You
can'tcain't spell Citrus Bowl without UT!"
Fixed it for ya.
You mean you don't trust Dr. Monotone from the Center for Disease Confusion?
If you like your Ebola, you can keep your Ebola.
Some seriously bad vibes in a few of those. But what's up with the tiger in the parking lot?
I don't remember Bo Jackson ever having much to say during his playing days, he just went out and did his thing like few guys ever could even dream of. He walked the walk and pretty much didn't bother talking the talk.
I saw a discussion on BTN yesterday about players who would have the most impact by going out due to injury like Indiana's QB, who is now done for the season. J.T. Barrett was in that conversation, but there was no mention of Braxton, incredibly. The one guy in the conference who would certainly be on that list if he were actually playing this year! Who knew?