My God, if the next person dotting the I isn't Archie, OSU needs to drop the higher learning part of "institution of higher learning".
DJ needs to bring some of his verve to the TV world. I think we could have a young Colin Cowherd in the making.
The O line whiffing on blocks had nothing to do with play calling.
LSU needs to leave La La Land. Saban built the program up and now they think they belong in the top ten every year.
Unless Tom Terrific loses his mind, Miles will wind up to be the second best coach to have ever coached there.
Yep. last year's team was one of the best Buckeye teams in history but they were complaisant until they got beat.
I knew Urban was holding something back for this game, but I didn't know it was Noah Brown.
No. 2 was spectacular considering Cobb hanging all over him.
Urban's coaching staff is outstanding!
While Alabama gets the guys who just want to play with other 5 stars and be a part of a NC. The Buckeyes get the guys who want to improve and know that OSU is the place that will make them the best they can be.
Bianchi's life is to point out that everything north of Jacksonville is fecal matter in order to keep the trailer trash happy.
I saw that immediately on the replay and thought, God that kid is a football player.
I'd put my money on the female tutor and Gibson having sex and he took some risque photos of her. Later he told her he wasn't interested in a "relationship". She then got mad, mad too about nude shots showing up on social media and complained that it was without her consent.
I don't ever remember a Buckeye defense getting blown off the line of scrimmage 5 yards every play like that Wisconsin O-line did on the first several series. It was down right embarrassing.
Also TP made a dumb comment afterwards that Bucks were the much better team and would win a series of replayed games easily.
Sucks for Romo because Zeke was going to make any Dallas QB look a lot better.
I always liked Corso even with his ridiculous opinions because he was funny and didn't take football as serious as the fans. Sometimes he would hit on one or two of those wild takes meant to rile up fans more than being based on solid analysis.
But time has passed him by. I sort of feel sorry for him because I am sure he believes that the minute he retires and steps out of the limelight he will die.
It's the psychology of a young team that bothers me this season. A young team can get behind and start over thinking resulting in slower play, try overcompensate for a teammates weakness and play out of position, start blaming the guys next to them and hurt team chemistry, etc. Even with Urban's degree it will be a lot to overcome.
Put me in coach Coombs!
You are absolutely correct.
I remember vividly the new respect I found for Joe Germaine. When the Buckeye running game failed to produce the FSU defensive line just teed off on Joe unmercifully. He got the living shit kicked out of him but somehow kept getting up.
Noticed in the Jamarco video that "The Grind" sign was still up. Thought the Bucks were at "The Edge" now.
I believe that giving JT time to throw is the most critical component of success for the Buckeyes this year. The running game can't carry the full load no matter how it develops, and those elite receivers can't do it alone. Keeping the pressure off JT is key.
Loss to scUM was one of the biggest flukes in college football history.
I had always heard that Bruce fell out of favor with a powerful figure at the University and that had at least as much to do with firing him as did his record. The story behind the scenes was that Earle was very vocal and disapproving of that figure's extra marital affair.
Any success this season revolves around question no. 2.
The better teams will know that pressure on Barrett is the key.
I remember watching the coach's show and like Woody I was bitter too - and I still am.
Thank God for instant replay as it makes these Refs more accountable. IR would show Henson crossing the plane or at the very least Refs now know they are answerable for poor decisions like failing to call an official timeout when they see defensive players holding down an offensive player trying to get up.
Snyder's basic problem is the same as most of my fellow seniors. We wish we could to return to the good old days when we were younger and things were going our way. Life doesn't work that way. As the old Chinese proverb says "make friends with change".