Welcome to the fourth installment of Friday Night Fights, 2018.
This series is your opportunity to prove how clairvoyant you are regarding Ohio State's upcoming football fortunes. It also gauges how good or bad your #takes are, should you choose to defend them in the comments.
Ohio State's next opponent is Tulane, which serves as Urban Meyer's welcome back to the sideline. Oh, poor Tulane.
Let's check the results from
last week's Fights and the best #takes from the week:
TCU certainly brought trickiness and tempo, but nothing approaching Bud Foster's double eagle nightmare from 2014.
Ohio State won the game by flexing its superior talent-muscles and outlasting a valiant effort by the (close to) home team.
Buckeyes allowed 511 yards of offense while Rutgers lost by 41 points to Kansas. So, yeah. This was harder.
LSU won a Tresselball special at Auburn and Ohio State fans in Arlington
for their second-favorite team (this season).
Statistically...kind of an even game? Wolverines did not cover the spread by double-digits. A W is a W, even for Leaders and Best.
This one sort of oscillates between prescient and wrong takes, but we admired the effort.
Wow, Austin Mack had 84 yards receiving! Look at Nostradamus over here! When you're right, you're right.
A lucid and reasoned take that came closest to foretelling the story of the evening.
Onto this week's Fights:
Tate Martell will enter the Tulane game Tulane brings the nation's 79th ranked offense and 109th ranked defense into the Horseshoe Mike Weber's outings: 186, 31, 65 rushing yards | J.K. Dobbins' outings: 74, 73, 121 rushing yards. Against Tulane: Among Ohio State's top 5 wide receivers, only Austin Mack hasn't scored a touchdown.
Michigan is giving 17.5 points to winless Nebraska.