Getting tired of seeing defenses leave the middle of the field so wide open you could taxi a 747 through there. That's how the Chargers choked it tonight.
TTUN could make the damned playoffs if they win the Game.
That was quick.
I love the idea of using both JT and Cardale, have all along, and am looking forward to more...
Name me a QB who will run all over us on the rest of the schedule....
If you had asked that question last week (after Zander Diamont's big day) no one would have replied with "Perry Hills".
And if it happens that there is a QB with "BOYKIN" sewn on to his jersey on the other team come January, well...let's not go there just yet.
This is what so many wanted, remember? It's a good thing, right?, because now all the Buckeyes have to do is win in Ann Arbor and all is well. And that should be easy because the good guys are hitting on all cylinders now and TTUN is really still a crap team and Harbaugh is just some weird overrated asshole.
Forgive me, I too suffer from chronic Cooperitis.
But, but, they (Stanford) beat USC!
Not the same Cal team the Buckeyes played a couple of years ago. They now have a serviceable defense. Meanwhile Goff has only gotten better, we saw him in only his second or third game and he was already pretty good.
C'mon man, they're 6-0...
Snyder has done well over the years, but I have to agree, was thinking the same thing.
Kinda gives new meaning to "old school".
Just need to figure out how to contain a mobile QB. No big deal.
Rutgers playing well against MSU (which I read has had the injury bug pretty badly). Interesting.
You're quite right. I wasn't talking about any one play, and Diamont last week was hard to contain.
Perhaps more than any other team on the schedule these past five weeks, Maryland came in with nothing to lose. If media reports are to be believed then Coach Edsall was toast well before kickoff, with no real chance at redemption. That was a big advantage for their offense, which was almost always in "four down territory" and dusted off a QB whom no one had seen play before, evidently. That said, the OSU pass rush has got to be more disciplined, it seems to me.
"We still don't feel like we're doing our jobs."
Seems to me the only positive thinking right now in College Park is along the lines of "basketball starts next month". I guess I"m just reading this a little differently.
How about, "We're too crappy to hang for thirty minutes with anyone else, but we did today!"
End of discussion, huh? How do you know?
Washington has some talent, lots of freshmen starting to show what they can so. And yes they wake well coached.
And he was playing with a migraine, I believe I read here. Yes will have some big games because the Silver Bullets are dominating and because he is getting better all the time.
Diamont is quite good, he is exciting to watch and I knew he would be trouble when Sudfeld left the game. Almost made that last play even after the bad snap.
They did take Tyrone Swoopes, probably thinking he was the Second C oming of Vince Young, but he simply cannot play the position.
Like, Cardale is "seeing" the field, but he's not seeing the field?
Because the CB usually isn't a first rounder?
I remember Spielman's 29-tackle game. He got 29 tackles because the OSU defensive line could not handle the Michigan offensive line, so Harbaugh spent all afternoon handing the ball to Jaime Morris, who had big holes to run through. If not for Spielman's efforts the Buckeyes might have been blown out; they lost 26-24.
Not sure I want to see McMillian have that good of a game, because it might mean that the defense overall is having a very bad day.