He's UFM to me.
I hate Taboola, but that one's worthy of a click.
Kinnick Stadium is another place where there isn't much room between the field and the stands.
I think you're right.
Who was our first soccer-style kicker? I don't know the answer...was it Tom Klaban?
I salute you for going behind enemy lines under those conditions!
I remember watching the game on TV...I never felt we were in danger of losing...very solid performance.
Buckeye fans singing "We Don't Give a Damn for the Whole State of Michigan" in Norman after the 1983 win is strong.
Bill Young, yes Bill "Biakabatuka" Young is Tulsa's d-coordinator.
It was good to see Nick Conner out there in the fourth quarter...he had a great spring game in 2015 but has dealt with injuries since then...he can play.
Good call...Devin Barclay vs Iowa in 2009...his FG in OT sent us to the Rose Bowl...great moment
I'm going to miss the Tressel moment.
I also liked the former intro to the Debriefing -- the questions we had before the game, then the answers: yes, no, yes, absolutely yes, yes.
They were the work of a mad genius. Why were they taken down?
Jedkat beat me to it.
I want it in a t-shirt.
God bless the Internet.
Watching the defensive highlights from the UM game, I was thinking about how it foreshadowed the glory of 2002 -- Peterson, Smith, Wilhelm, Doss, Fox, Fraser, etc.
I just watched the Iowa game...there were legends on the field for both teams.
What was Sports View? A local/regional network?
...which for Tressel meant 94 wins, a bevy of Big Ten titles and the 2002 national championship at Ohio State (the 2010 season was vacated due to sanctions, which eliminated 12 more victories).
Here's the rewrite, because the vacating stuff is a fiction dreamed up by NCAA pencil-necks:
...which for Tressel meant 106 wins, a bevy of Big Ten titles and the 2002 national championship at Ohio State.
That is cool.
Cpt, I see above that you're a Mentor grad. I'm a 1981 grad and Triv was a classmate of mine at the high school, Ridge, and Bellflower. It's been awesome to follow his success.
I like em all...Jurkovec looks very, very special, at another level...Mayden looks like the mirror image of J.T. Barrett...Tatarunas is going to draw a lot of comparisons to Mitch Trubisky, which is probably unfair because Trubisky was a one-of-a-kind player...I love Armstrong's total game, and he has a beautiful throwing motion.
Yep. After that first series, I knew we had a chance to win.
Few -- if any -- OSU d-linemen were held as much as Will Smith was during his career.
Urbz and Jason Garrett -- NE Ohio guys!
I highly recommend the book "Woody's Boys" by Alan Natali. It consists of long interviews with men who played for Woody. Incredible read.