Doesn't matter the spot as long as you have lots of booze and food, lol
Yes but there is a difference between blaming refs for a game and calling them out when they do a poor job officiating. I don't get the vibe that this thread is blaming the game on the refs. I get the vibe that most everyone agrees that the refs did not officiate well.
Maybe the team has lost a little chemistry and is slowly finding themselves again.
Funny, cause I have seen somebody post a comment like this the last 3 weeks. But every week, the game turns out closer than expected, lol
Just keep finding ways to win!!!
Yeah, I figured as much. Just sucks that it happens so often, that when you do read a thread where nobody mentions that, you can't enjoy the absence of it. Instead as irony would have it, you yourself that hates that topic of discussion is the first to bring it up.
Don't act like you are impressed........
it's all in the cleats..
People said OSU shouldn't have been in the playoffs last year. People also said that Miami was going to crush Ohio state for the 2002 natty.
Yawn. I'm Going back to sleep
No surprise that when the tv camera hits his way, he is already looking into it, lol
Just because we as fans have the ability to voice displeasure doesn't mean we should. I believe in picking and choosing my battles.
Allow me to explain, while I will admit the offensive play seems odd that there are signs of struggling, I have kept positive in my thoughts and statements. I already don't expect an undefeated season just based on the fact OSU won the natty last year and to follow it up with an undefeated season is near improbable.
So instead of being negative about their performance and/or undefeated record, I don't get upset and voicing my displeasure until after 3 or 4 losses. I feel better week to week knowing that OSU can't stay undefeated for ever and with each additional win, I receive pleasure over anger.
There is too much football to be played to give your self an ulcer and to come off as a football know it all. i know many people that felt silly with some of their comments last year after the Buckeyes turned in a dream season. Besides, it's not like the coaches and players turn to these sites to search for answers. So what is the point of vocalizing who you think should start over another or what plays should be called? To have another person agree with you? To show off your knowledge? Or to try and have an actual discussion?
There are many different ways to voice displeasure and the way one goes about it can trigger different responses.
This has to be a crazy coincidence that OSU has all of these turnovers. I think its the players wanting to make a big play more than worrying about the security of the ball.
We need another TD