If you cannot find a way, with some effort to find a flight to PHX for under a stack then you deserve to be watching the game at home instead. Drink one for me.
Agree completely. This is why it is so frustrating to watch!
Just because it is eclectic does not mean it is random. I am not sure how the selection of the members shakes out, but all the conferences agreed to it regardless. What are you implying anyways? This committee has proven to be more than fair to Ohio State
The barely missed the college playoff two years ago and beat Ole Miss in a BCS bowl game. Two years ago. Give Patterson one bad season, geesh
Gary Patterson is still at TCU, good chance they will be "legit" in 2017 I think
In addition to the play calling on offense, last half of the season was full of play-action, long developing pass routes. I would like to add this to the perfect storm combo of a porous line, JT not reading as quickly and the receivers getting their space.
I don't see how we would possibly keep Alabama, or even Mich's d-line again, at bay.
from random people
The college football playoff committee is not a collection of random people.
(Missed 2006 and Texas).
o so the two loudest
got a link to this thread?
Ha wow, unreal.
Although in their defense, he has been off lately, and I have been saying it as well, even in the Nebraska game. it just looks so ridiculous out of context.
lol, please, show me these "Barrett haters"
Yeah, too bad most of our former players are kinda busy though, you can check out what they are up to on Sportscenter Top 10 though usually.
It was a very scary moment honestly. I like to think that the vast, vaassst majority of my alma mater's fan base would have remained respectful in the situation regardless.
Especially when hosting Nebraska, whose fanbase has been nothing but welcoming and kind to us since joining the conference.
I remind people of this all the time. We have to be the most consistent and successful program of the BCS era, since what like 1997?
We are extremely fortunate, nothing makes Ohio State immune to the dips that literally every other blue blood program has been through over the same time period. This has been a hell of a ride, and showing no signs of stopping.
I just said the same thing. Like if you literally use the word buckeye in the team shirt, you have to beat ohio state to mock us with it.
Like cool you beat Louisville and whoever in your whatever conference, but how do you drag a team into it that beats whenever you play them, pretty much every three years or so?
Yea but don't you remember when they were like 9-0 or something and the best team in the bUCkeye state?
The difference is being on the giving and receiving ends of a 3-1 game deficit comeback. The Cavs were gaining momentum, the fans and city pick up on this. The Indians were losing it.
apples =\= oranges
.......coach, is that you?
Looks like we hit pay dirt, we should combine funds and ride it out in Vegas
Honestly this is probably a good year for Fleck to be looking in my opinion. More powerhouse schools than normal could be looking this year, and i feel like the market is going to favor coaches looking to move up. There is only one Tom Herman, and if I am a Blue Blood like Texas, Notre Dame, Southern Cal or LSU looking this year, I would much rather hire a candidate like Fleck, Brian Harsin or even Lane Kiffin over a coach like Les Miles, or an unproven coordinator like Muschamp or Kirby Smart.
I have a feeling that at least some form of communication has been extended to Fleck from programs much more prestigious than Purdue.
Just my two cents.
It was a stupid joke, sorry. Its confusing. But I will stand beside it being technically correct--we, as a fanbase, are fortunate that Herman was not that stupid, not you, and he was intelligent enough to gameplan and lead us to a national championship with our third string quarterback is all.
Sorry for the confusion brother, jokes aren't my strong suit.
Unfortunately I was stupider.
Ye i memba
Love how you refer to the Arena Football League as "The Show"