You mean like shooting trap?
This article is as stupid as letting Md and Rutgers be part of an otherwise good league. This team could not beat most D1 HS teams. No need for political correctness. It is obvious to even people with very little knowledge of the game.
Save yourself the dumb DVs. Add the /s upfront +1
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I assumed "Is Rutgers a Trap Game" was good enough sarcasm.
Please stop - if you want to make a post - do better
Penn State more of a trap game since they’re some pluck upstart before we play our rivals.
IS RUTGERS A TRAP GAME?
You win with people.
And even if all this happened OSU still wins by 21.
This. Every single thing could go wrong and they still win this game by multiple TDs.
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I dunno... in a strange mood. I guess on second thought I'm chuckling. A little.
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The OSU 4th string would easily handle Rutgers.
Nah, I think they need the 3rd string.
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The only thing Rutgers will trap is a 60+ burger on the visitor scoreboard.
For the band?
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I could see how the TBDBITL could have a breakdown, but I think their commitment to excellence will over come the emotional trauma of the Rutgers football team being physically, mentally and emotionally abused right before their eyes...
An angry fan...rooting for an angry team...led by angry coaches
like the bus getting trapped in the snow?
No. Not a trap game. And if you go behind the scenes you will find that the last couple of years had trap game issues primarily because of some of the bad coaching on the part of some defensive coaches that are no longer with OSU.
Besides, Rutgers couldn't even beat themselves, let alone anyone else.
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I wonder what #5 TTUN thought about FCS Appalachian State in 2007. Coach Day is going about this the right way, even though the good guys would probably win with any of us starting at middle linebacker. And quarterback.
With all due respect, FCS App State in 2007 (and this year) would drop Rutgers by 3 tds or more. Rutgers will declare victory if they score at all against the first teamers and/or they score a td against the backups. Should have plenty of opportunity for the second scenario to possibly happen.
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That's gotta be like throwing a hotdog down a hallway
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I actually lol at this every time. hotdog down a hallway. great stuff.
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Well, this was a good way to figure out who reads the whole thing and who just reads the titles.
In the same way that, theoretically, a human could get stuck in a fly trap. Possible, but not gonna happen ever.
When the second team would most likely win by 5 TDs then it's no trap.
If Ohio State were to lose to Rutgers then I'm not sure how any of us could ever defend that. It's not a trap game... it's an absolute murder waiting to happen.
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ngl my fist curled up just reading that title. came in and had a good laugh though. thanks OP
Glad you enjoyed. I assumed most would DV and rant about how I'm crazy before actually reading.
LOL at the people taking this seriously. This was an entertaining and fun read. Well done BurningRiverBuckeye :)
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Only trap there'll be in Piscataway.
I doubt there is too much of a concern...
A bit of irony though, I have always been on the one game at a time mantra. When people talk about Michigan, PSU, playoffs, I always just say "Just beat Rutgers" lol, I have been that way all year.
With that said, someone (a talk radio host, can't remember who, probably DP) said something last year after the OSU / Michigan outcome... "do coaches budget time into practice weeks to prepare for larger opponents down the road?"
Like you spend X amount of time during the week doing Maryland prep, and then shift over to a small amount of time for Michigan prep. The implication of the question was did Urban spend some time in the weeks leading up prepping for Michigan based on what he saw?
My personal thought, and I have never been a coach, would be they dont get enough time allotted with players to have time and mental energy to dedicate to studying two teams, plus, also, you want to focus on getting everybody ready for the team in front of you, no distractions. That's what coaches and players always say, dont look ahead, dont get caught off guard in the trap.
But do you think that coaches actually do this? It seems like an obvious NO, see Wisoconsin...but do you really believe the narrative that Wisconsin lost to Illinois because they were too focused on OSU?
I believe the DP comments were referencing the fact the buckeye dismantled UM in such a fashion but had looked so bad in recent games against Purdue and Maryland do you wonder how that can happen, could prep for Michigan be ongoing in able to take them apart so well?
Do not be harsh on the OP, BRB.
It is Rutgers week. The Chase Young affair is closed. We are bored and need forum content to distract us from work or whatever.
Still the old cliches apply. Never say never and on any given Saturday. Rutgers can be a trap game in terms of injury or loss of discipline and focus. Rutgers could be a trap in setting up the Buckeyes on too lofty a pedestal before the two toughest games of the regular season. I trust Coach Day and staff will do the necessary things to keep their players grounded in reality, but we all know shit can happen.
Too much time spent at the North Heidelberg rather than the classroom. SSD 68-72
Never seen that before.. that's good.
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When I was in grade school, I played for a catholic school in the burbs and most of our opponents were catholic schools from the city. Some were really good, some were ok, some were bad. We were the best team in the conference. One game we played the worst team in the league. Our offense ran 4 plays and scored 4 touchdowns and we were told to take our pads off and get into street clothes. (which we were told to bring in anticipation) as the coach wanted to avoid any and all temptation of putting us in and make it look like we were running up the score.
Do that this week, Ryan.
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Only if the cannon is armed with a real cannon ball and aimed at the OSU sideline during the National Anthem is this a trap game.
Different kind of trap
We'll be down 4 "starters" in Mack, Cooper, Browning and Young but that won't matter. Rutgers has proven it can't compete with tOSU at all ha.
Since they joined the B1G, the scores have always been blowouts.
This may be the worst Rutgers team of all those years and the best Buckeye team.. it'll be ugly.
Chris Ash did say he left the RU program in better shape than when he arrived.
I think its good we have a few guys out of this game, but its still Rutgers so no trap
In my analysis, Maryland was the trap game last week because we were looking ahead to playing Rutgers...
Whew..there for a minute I thought maybe you got hit on the head with a helmet last night. LOL Anything is possible.
I didn't get hit but I was in attendance to see it! Changed the whole mood of the stadium unfortunately.
Enjoying daily the back to back ttun beatdowns.
Stay golden, Ponyboy.
Yes, it’s a trap game. You’ve been sampling too much of the trap house’s product if you think Rutgers has a chance barring nefariou$ activity.
You know, we just have to take a minute to ponder how terrible this must be for the Rutgers players, their parents, etc.
Nah, I'm not saying take it easy on them, but this is the sad result of the Big Ten thinking it would be a good idea to add Rutgers and Maryland. It's just not fair to the athletes and their families.
Look at their QB, Sitkowski. We crushed the poor guy last year, he had to leave the game. it was a smart move to quit and go home.
Or......it's their one chance to view absolute greatness up close and in person. They have a front row seat with 3-D smash-o-vision.
Even if all that happens....we cover the spread!
This thread is a trap
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Nope. Sure isn’t.
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I did. I’m aware it was a joke. This is still my comment. My apologies that you don’t like it. I just didn’t think the original post was as clever as you did. And that’s okay. I post things all the time that not everybody likes. For example, you didn’t like my reply and you won’t like this response, but both of us will be fine even so.
You never lose to those pricks. Ever. Ever.
LOLOLOLOLOLOL,,,,I guess, if they win by 49 instead of 56.
I think arithmetically tomorrow Chase Young will be limited to maybe 3/4 to maybe 1 sack or TFL. Not being on the field or even in the geographic vicinity will limit his access physically to the QB and ball carriers. That's hard to overcome. But still, it's Rutgers. I'll predict 1 sack.
Trap game? That's pretty moronic. I'm thinking Ohio Univeristy, Cincinnati, Bowling Green, and Toledo could all beat Rutgers.
Your username checks out.
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I mean if you are asking are they building actual traps in Piscataway? Like to kidnap the players? I would at least consider it if I were them