UrbanSpeak at its finest. Don't allow his players to get complacent or the relaxation bug to creep in their heads. His expectations are rarely met and he lets them know it.
Kid is lucky he got up from that. Schlegel is too.
Playing Kent St., Cincinnati, and Maryland has a way of accelerating the progression from the Va Tech game. The offensive/defensive consistency can't be ignored, however.
I'm one who wishes for eternal mediocrity for that school.
MSU should absolutely catch grief for how they played yesterday.
To me, OSU has got to win against big time competition, which other than MSU is not offered the rest of the way. You could argue the B1G title game is big. I guess I'm falling into the "reality" category. Unfortunately, IMO, they won't garner any props for destroying the last three opponents and Rutgers next week (if), so we'll have to wait until Nov 8.
Spartys defensive performance today has raised J.T.'s eyebrows.
UM is so brutally bad.
Give Mississippi State the title right now.
Buster put it all together one time. No one on the planet could have beaten Buster that night. He was quick, crisp, and had lightening hands. He never fought that good before that night, nor would he after. Tyson had no chance. I remember it like it was yesterday.
Hoke will turn that program around very soon. Very soon.
I would go as far as saying the LB's are exponentially better than last year. Might be a stretch due to my bias. Of course, I'm not trying to discount Shazier.
They have too much time on their hands. Try gathering in a study group.
I initially thought it was excessive force because it looked as if Schlegel was trying to kill him. After thinking on it you have to pile drive some idiot running out there without knowing their intentions. I have to wonder, what if it was a woman? Same result?
Minnesota jumping to 4 from 11 in the B1G power rankings for beating an abysmal UM squad is puzzling.
I'm tempering my enthusiasm just a bit. After all, Kent State is brutal. Va Tech is not. Two vastly different results.
I hope the numbers continue on an upward trajectory. Time will tell.
Unfortunate. He was pretty highly touted coming in before the injury.
Bad. Really bad. Illinois, Iowa, Purdue, Indiana, and Minnesota would have to beg to be welcomed into another conference.
So very unfortunate. Hope he can right the ship.
The Buckeyes travel to East Lansing November 8 Jeremy, not October 8.
Late to the party, but I'm afraid the potential will be unrealized until the blocking gets better, and not only marginally.
None at all. It just confirmed what many/all already knew. The good news is the B1G can only go up from here.