I can't speak for all, but based on what I've read it's not that people are okay with it. It's having perspective to not absolutely lose it and act like a complete jerk when things aren't going right. It kills me to watch us shoot ourselves in the foot over and over. But the amount of people who lose their shit and cross the line to disrespect is pretty wild.
Yeah, absolutely agree about the SEC bias...but we're the recipients of that this year too. No way we are the #1 team...and yet we are. It sucks beca every team in the SEC gets the benefit of doubt. But we're getting a little of that this year too.
me too +1
THIS. It really sucks that the same people saying how awesome these kids were 8 months ago, are the same ones being so grossly ugly. Your team is your team. Criticism is okay. Just when done with respect. People who so angrily or disrespectfully rip these kids are A not real fans, and B have ALOT more going on in their own sad lives to take it out on these kids.
I don't get how you could ever say he's a terrible human. For bring a fanatic??? He does a lot of volunteering for the school on top of supporting his team each week. Get it together kid.
Just sick to see Corey go down. He's been working his ass off. Did amazing on special teams. Decent blocking...great heroic catch earlier in the game. Just not right...Stay positive Corey...KEEP GOING!
Agreed. Why give these people any of our time. I hate Twitter and the human gene pool would be a hell of a lot better without such empty, low life, sad, ignorant excuses for humans. The only solace I get is knowing anyone who behaves that way has a way more miserable life off Twitter.
I really hate Twitter.
yes...I remember last year Urban saying in many of his after game pressers that "the QB is in large part a product of those around him." He stands by that philosophy today as do I.
He just explodes everytime he gets the ball. You can feel he is right there for making a huge play. Love that kid.
So awesome!! Thanks so much guys for posting this video (and the rest from the day!) Love being in a warm climate state - except from Sept-Thanksgiving...Miss so much not being there! So thanks again for this!
Oh you mean they were calling that to the SAME GUY who came off the bench, started for the first time ever, in the three largest games of the last decade and WON OSU a national championship??
Clearly they lost in the genetic pool.
So true. Team effort all over the place. Playing for one another....
Love this! Thanks for posting!
And this one!!!
Omg. I love this so much!!!!
i love filling out surveys but this one takes the cake!!!!!
DJ- gotta give mad props for the fantastic articles you always include at the end. They are always great and I find myself looking forward to them. Got lost in the NYT article on travel this AM and related articles for over an hour.
that little kid had some mad ball skills all the same! nice work little man!
This is a great story! Great for Lorain and for Rashod! Like his style...
MY LORD! Is it SEPTEMBER YET?!?!?!?
Okay well then let me be the first.
Said same thig to the hubs.
Ramzy, if this wasn't the qtr u were referring to my head woulda done the Linda Blair spin. What an insanely epic day. Ur recap was so damn good. And so true. We never did really take the time to digest that! Thanks for this beautiful walk down short term memory lane!
What a great kid. His leadership was a big part of the team's success! Much luck to you kiddo!! We're rooting you on!!!