Thinking about this poor fellow today.
Girlfriend of the Year. pic.twitter.com/GNxkvpHwAN— Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) October 20, 2020
His day was rough enough as it was, now he's a meme! Prayers up. I'll wait for your web redemption, brother!
Word of the Day: Remuneration.
"UNFAIR" DEFINED. As if it wasn't absurd enough that Ohio State swiftly went from Joey Bosa to Nick Bosa to Chase Young leading the pass rush, there was a chance that the Buckeyes could have had *another* elite defensive end in that same timeline.
Myles Garrett says his other choice if he hadn't gone to Texas A&M was...@OhioStateFB— FOX Sports Cleveland (@FOXSportsCLE) October 16, 2020
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Myles Garrett playing opposite of Joey Bosa AND Nick Bosa? Larry Johnson would have been guilty of manslaughter.
It also would have made this graphic even more hilarious:
The scary thing is, this ain't far off from what Ohio State's defensive line might look like in a couple of years. Zach Harrison + Jack Sawyer + potentially J.T. Tuimoloau + a couple of upcoming in-state five-stars...
Personally, I'm fine with Ohio State hoarding all the elite defensive tackle talent until the end of time.
MIKE VRABEL, FOOTBALL GENIUS. Mike Vrabel is an evil genius. On Sunday, the dude successfully pulled off an absolutely epic clock-saving move that effectively gave his team an extra time out and more time to inevitably tie and eventually win the game.
Mike Vrabel is outstanding— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) October 19, 2020
1. he rushes in 46 late (12th man on D)
2. 33 is WTF
3. penalty for 12men
4. Vrabel fakes upset & brings 46 off
-penalty stops clock
-time > yds
-knows HOU will score
- w :04 left, TEN scores tying TD
- move saved 40 seconds & won game pic.twitter.com/wikWKtGuJD
"That's an unforced error. Big mistake." is some hilarious analysis in hindsight.
Every bit of this is awesome, but his extremely Belichickian press conference response is the icing on the cake.
OH NO, MICHIGAN. It doesn't really take much analysis to tell you that Michigan has been pretty abysmal against teams with a pulse lately, but they still find ways to amaze me with their badness.
I mean, this state is so eyepoppingly bad that it doesn't even seem possible (but it's Michigan, so it is).
No. 18 Michigan is at No. 21 Minnesota this week.— Brad Powers (@BradPowers7) October 19, 2020
Currently, Michigan is a 2-point favorite.
Did you know that since 2006, Michigan is 1-20 on the road vs ranked teams losing by an average of 15 ppg and 6-15 ATS failing to cover by 8 ppg? pic.twitter.com/UYGoDOfgTo
So what I'm understanding is, I should put my entire bank account on the Minnesota moneyline this week and collect my free money.
WHERE TO WATCH. You can't watch Buckeye football from The 'Shoe this year, but if you're in Columbus and would like to feel the kinship of watching The Local Team go up by 45 against Nebraska this weekend, some hero put together a list of some places where you can do that safely.
My personal pick – and I promise Walt is not even paying me to say this! – is the beer garden at Land Grant. But the good news is, there are many, many weeks of Buckeye football ahead. You can give multiple venues a try, if you're into that sort of thing.
SONG OF THE DAY. "Rollercoaster" by The Jonas Brothers.
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