Lord the videos of this kid are amazing. Reel him in Tony!
Yep, If we were talking "all-time" that game would definitely be the No. 1 shocker. Right behind is that 2007 BCS Championship.
Almost a perfect heartbreaking list.
One that still gets me was Michigan's 31–23 upset in 1995 when Tim Biakabutuka amassed an unbelievable 313 yards rushing. Buckeyes were ranked No. 2 and led by eventual Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George and future NFL stars Orlando Pace, Terry Glenn, Mike Vrabel, Shawn Springs, and Rickey Dudley.
Elite receivers and offensive linemen would really make a difference, but a back like Barkley might get us another Natty.
Both Bob Odenkirk and Michael McKean were basically comedians as was Bryan Cranston of “Breaking Bad”.
Vince Gilligan has said that he likes using comedians in drama because he feels that if you do comedy well, you basically are able to excel at anything in acting.
Putting my money on Wisconsin, but Mike Riley can do wonders with QBs.
Solid episode even though it was devoted solely to the case against Jimmy (no Mike or Gus).
Next week we hear the name "Saul Goodman", so things are moving along.
I have watched all of Breaking Bad completely through 3 times and will undoubtedly watch a 4th. Best thing that was ever on television, period! Sad when the series ended but now have another chance to watch some of the characters with more great writing and acting.
Real curious as to what Jimmy and Kim have up their sleeves for ole Chuck. Why would Jimmy say to Mike that the picture of a gas lantern sitting on a copy of the New York Times "tells the whole story". Perhaps to threaten Chuck with having him declared incompetent and puttting him in a facility with electricity?
Show me Burrow or Haskins in a game against a top team with a defense that wants to put them six feet under and let's see if they can handle QB better than JT.
No one will ever believe in Martel until they see him in game conditions and can fully grasp the pressure he can put on a defense. He is Manziel without the crazy.
Just finished watching the spring game and JT should start just from decision making and leadership alone. I thought Burrow showed good vision and was slightly ahead of Haskins, but loved Haskins delivery.
I just don't get the Dabo love. Everything I have seen from Clemson is that they are right on the edge of dirty.
Coach Coombs has the same face running a sprint, recruiting a player or congratulating his guys.
If ever there were a mere mortal to admire it was John Glenn.
Speaking of sports and pizza, anyone who believes that "Domino's atoned for sins" against pizza is delusional.
Matta is the seventh (7th) highest paid coach in college basketball.
Last ten years in Tournaments:
2007-2008 – NIT - Won
2008-2009 – NCAA - out first round
2009-2010 – NCAA – out in sweet 16
2010-2011 – NCAA – out in sweet 16
2011-2012 – NCAA – out in final four
2012-2013 – NCAA – out in elite eight
2013-2014 – NCAA – out in first round
2014-2015 – NCAA – out in second round
2015-2016 – NIT – out in second round
2016-2017 – NONE
You see a pattern? Salary commensurate with performance?
Nice work Gene, Matta hasn't been able to coach "reach" any of his players/teams in years, but gets rewarded with another chance to show his mediocrity. It ought to tell you something when the halftime announcer at the Rutgers game said that the Buckeyes on the bench acted with no encouragement or emotion, almost like they didn't care.
EDIT: LOL another B1G announcer that interviewed a Rutgers player after the game asked him "was there a point in the game when you sensed that Ohio State did not want to be here?".
Pathetic decision Gene!
Buckeyes may have one really good game in B1G Tourney but the next one will make you wonder what game they think they are playing.
On to the NIT where you will see brain farts, discombobulation and an early exit provided by a team that wants it more.
I would hate to have you working for me. Most people's pay is commensurate to performance.
Matta is a nice guy but his players do not respect him. Potential recruits know they are not going to improve in this program.
I like Matta, but you speak the truth.
Martel will quickly move up the chart and challenge Burrow for no. 2.
You can't teach football instincts like he possesses (my personal online psychic tells me he is the reincarnation of Jim Thorpe :-).
Act like you want it for more than a couple of stretches Buckeyes.
Brain farts has lost them a few too.
It is amazing to me how so many of Tim Shoemaker's predictions this year have come close to the actual score. In yesterday's preview Tim predicted: Michigan State 74, Ohio State 68