Actually it wasn’t trolling, just an acknowledgement of the best in game college tradition imo. A tip of the hat respectively.
Considering how physically SCum was dominated by Wisconsin, they have improved immensely from the Army game. I still think there is no way they have bridged the talent gap we saw in the 2018 “Game”, so please help me out, convince me please we still kick their ass on the road? Please, not this year I say to the God Of Football.
Chase Young will be invited to New York if he just has his average games the rest of the year. Which would be good enough for 18.5 sacks for the year. The exclamation point would be after we score our 6th TD on November 30th,Ryan Day dials up a 2 point conversion for Chase Young on a middle screen of all plays. BOOM!!!!! Pretty please Coach Day?
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I like all your points. Illinois played Jump Around after their Wisky game on the field. I don't know how a college can claim they own a popular song played over the stereo system.
Chase needs to stay healthy and focused.
You don’t get it? It’s tradition.
The song came out in 92 from an LA based artist. Nothing to do with Wisky. They randomly plucked a top 40 song and play it over the stereo system, nothing about it spells tradition.
The “Jump around” has been a thing since 98. Why wouldn’t you consider it a tradition?
Wisky only scored because we gave them a short field. Otherwise it’s a shutout. Our defense is SO much better than last year it’s astounding. MUCH better scheme and better tackling. It’s been so refreshing to watch. Justin Fields is an amazing runner and although it makes me nervous almost anytime he takes off he is extremely fun to watch. This is a great time for a bye week. Hopefully Justin has time to recover completely and has limited time against Maryland and Rutgers. Bigger tests ahead. Go Bucks!
and it took a perfect pass for the wiscy TD - i doubt coan could ever thread that ball in between wade/okudah again if he had 50 tries.
Yeah that was an incredible pass. Good coverage and still got it through. Not gonna happen very often.
I think there was a lot of luck in that play. They had 2 receivers within a yard and a half of each other and Coan threw up a prayer that got answered. I think 9 times out of 10 that gets picked or falls incomplete.
Coan threw up a prayer that got answered
I completely agree! I said it at the time, Coan just threw that thing up for grabs and it fell into his guy's lap. Okudah was sitting on the pick, but Taylor undercut him.
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I think Okudah was grabbed by the collar to keep him from interception/breakup.
A win that was so dominant, so thorough, that even curmudgeon Papa MercyTex did not complain about the first quarter but said that a complete victory over the team he thought would be the biggest challenge in the regular season. A special shout out for Hilliard who is an elite player when his body permits. I can't imagine the work and pain it took for him to be ready for this game.
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Well done...nice win and no major injuries. Rest up and prepare, then one win at a time on the stretch run!! Go Bucks!!
Justin Fields was the 3rd maybe 4th best player on the field yesterday. That’s how amazing Chase, JK, and Olave played. In some games like yesterdays, we don’t need Fields to be Superman. Game manager with a few sprinkles of eliteness can get the job done and I’m glad he’s realized that. Our QB is growing up *crying emoji*
Has anyone mentioned Galloway's disrespect on Final? Wtf
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Would you like to enlighten us to what he said?
Gist is he put the Bucks at 4 / Clemson at 1
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Gist is he put the Bucks at 4 / Clemson at 1
Ahhhh, yes, the personal polls that determine the outcome of the OSU season. Wisconsin was a significant challenge, weather was a challenge. UM seems to be coming back online with their win over ND, and PSU is highly ranked for a reason. We'll have a good bit of work at the back end of the season to change his mind.
He's just following ESPN policy.
He's just following Herb's lead in not wanting to look partisan.
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Ummmmmm have you not listened to Herbie the last 3 weeks or so??????
agreed. and doesn't it seem like espn has become the alabama football network? no matter how bad a team the tide play - espn puts EVERY one of their games on in prime time.
On primetime because Fox puts us on at noon. Why wouldn’t they?
He is just being consistent and has said until someone beats the defending champs, they are still #1.
Wisconsin TE Jake Ferguson said that Wisconsin was bothered by the Jump Around troll and they cannot wait to play Ohio State again. He may want to be careful what he wishes for. A dry field in a dome will not swing anything Wisconsin's way.
It was mentioned yesterday that Illinois did the same thing last week. I guess this TE wants no part of that juggernaut.
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Yeah I dont think WIsky wants to face us again lol. Besides, I got a gut feeling this is Goldy's year in the B1G West.
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Wow, having trouble with posting today.need more coffee.
Firstly, it is a cool tradition.
Second, Why would a player be mad about the OSU sound guy having pity and providing a wiscy with some home game vibe?
Third, getting bothered about fans is deflection from being disappointed by not playing as good as the other team.
4th, get used to it. When you lose on the road, its gonna happen.
As for OSU, flag planting and air guitar are reasons to be bothered.
Grandpa Barry Alvaraz has already told Jake Ferguson to zip it, you just got your butts kicked.
Once Fields settled in, he looked really sharp yesterday. Not easy conditions to throw the ball in and he had some really nice passes.
Olave and him always seem to be on the same page
I thought Okudah had a chance to break up the TD pass but didn't because he wanted the pick. It would have been a tough play either way, and credit where credit's due, Coan threw an absolute perfect pass.
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I thought it was a case of more lucky than good. I can’t imagine the play design was to have 2 guys at that spot. I thought he was throwing to the deeper receiver and the ball kind of floated like it was caught in the wind, and I expected Okudah to come down with it, but the underneath receiver came down with it.
Yup. Had that ball been thrown well to the outside receiver, it's a pick for Okudah. Had it been thrown well to the inside, it would have been broken up. It was a prayer that was answered, and if that's the TD we give up on this day, I can live with that.
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I hope Fields’ back issue heals up during the bye week. Those back muscle issues can sometimes linger.
We have the bye this week and then home with Maryland and then @ Rutgers before Penn St. It wouldn't be the worst thing if he sat for Maryland and then let him get a tune up in against Rutgers to knock the rust off before Penn St.
Just a bit surprised by the Myers leaf, he messed up the snap count to give Wisky a unblocked sack and blew a blocking assignment on another sack. Overall I think he's been TERRIFIC, playing better than Jordan did last season but last night he did have a couple glaring errors. I suppose the other 60 or so snaps might have been off the charts. Hell, the entire O-Line has been amazing this season, especially in the run game.
Am I the only one that saw the replay from the end zone, and saw the ball very much in the side of his foot when he punted? I thought he just shanked it, independent of getting or not getting a finger tip on it.
He may have shanked it as well, but for sure it got tipped a bit
Looked like the pressure might've spooked Chrisman too. Somebody on his right went unblocked. Coach Barnes will get that fixed.
#32 whiffed his blocking responsibility
Finally. Mahalo, Beaver. The problem was the blocking. Lay off the bottle flipper. Two blockers, one with a #32, blocked the same guy and let the other guy right by.
Who'd have thought we could lose Bosa, Bosa, and Sam Hubbard and not have any drop off whatsoever on pass rush.
tOSU is being called DB University
I'm atounded by the recruiting/player development
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Seeing that image reminds me that I'd like to see one more Rashod Berry stiff arm before the end of season.
That'll be 5 dollars
I have a fever and the only cure is more ELITE LEVEL TROLLING!
This win was just as amazing as the 59-0 win (and also the 2017 BIGCG win) over the badgers Before every meeting we hear how they have a great defense and hiesman candidate RB, and its the same result. Buckeyes dominating!
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This second by is much needed before the Nov stretch. But I'm gonna be going through major Buckeye withdrawal come Saturday!
I always tell my kids it's always less funny the second time around. I thought it was funny when Illinois played jump around, but it's a little less funny foe us because a) it was just done last week and b) we're not Illinois.