"Ohio State's offense could find itself in a situation where it must score a lot to stay in the game."
mark may is a penis.
EDIT: I see someone beat me to this. I'll go 100,001.
k well now i'm crying.
I mean, who would you rather have as a head coach? The guy is a machine.
See this is exactly why i hate these "What if the Playoff started today??" rankings.
The Playoff *doesn't* start today. At least 2 of those 3 Big Ten teams in his top 4 are going to have at least 1 loss by the time the Playoff starts. So why are we doing this? Lots of ball left.
I remember him jumping around on the sideline when we stomped Texas in Austin in 2006.
Bring him on.
This is why I hate preseason rankings. So many teams are always overrated, "But because they were THEN #3 in the country, that's a good win!"
EDIT: They s'pose to be SEC Speed, Pawwwwwwwwl!
Temple, Memphis, Duke, and Houston all in the top 25.
I feel like it has more to do with the overthrown wide open receivers and slow decision-making, but that's just me.
I've worked for both IMG College at tOSU and Learfield Sports at University of Louisville. Social media posts are only a fraction of the tip of the iceberg, my friend. Corporate sponsorship is in every corner of college athletics - A lot of times people just don't notice because they aren't looking for it.
There's also radio spots/radio drop-ins, in-game promotions, corporate hospitality/tickets, program ads, sponsors of games, distribution materials in suites, in-stadium giveaways and promotional items, on-site activation, mobile marketing campaigns, coaches show sponsors, radio remotes, student section branding... the list goes on.
Smith added Ohio State, at least from an athletic department standpoint, isn't calling Saturday's game against Penn State "Dark Night at the Shoe," even though it's been all over the Internet and in promotional packages.
That's interesting, considering this:
11W, never let facts get in the way of a good story!
We should wear these every game. I love them.
This assumes that everybody is going to wear black. That won't be the case.
Still looks better than this:
Those dorms would be unrecognizable to any pre-2000 OSU alum.
I'm a 2013 alum (Smith Hall, 2009-10) and I would have skinned a stoat with my teeth to live in one of these new dorms. We didn't have A/C, either.
Take Nintendo 64's GoldenEye, for example. Every child of the 90s swears it's a game they know and love, but if they went back and played it they'd realize it's unplayable compared to today's games.
Great heads-up play.