Yet a common opponent they beat worse with a shutout that should have scored 17 on us.
I guess you forgot we couldn't shut out MSU's offense which should have has 17. I think we win but they will not get rolled over.
I went down the same road.
BOOM! Welcome to the buckeye family. He's electric.
Congrats to Minnesota being in the top 20. They should win the next two before it gets tough. I think they can beat NW and Iowa. If they catch Wisconsin on a bad night in bad weather (you never know) they could still lose to PSU (at home) and be in the championship game.
We never need UM to win.
Are you kidding me with overestimating? I guess you don't realize how hard it is to shut out a team let alone to do it over and over.
They abuse Browning more through the air until he finally tipped one.
Beating that team twice could be a problem.
NW is a touch better than Nebraska. The played Nebraska at Nebraska and got totally screwed on a failed PI call when they were in a position to kick the game winning FG the LB blocked the receiver from his route ended in a INT that ended up putting Nebraska in a position to win. I think it ends up something like 38-13.
I have to wonder that also since the screen said on my Dish that Fox pulled Big 10 network along with their other sports channel a week ago.
I have to agree. They have done a good job but I really thought they would dominate more.
Like I just said in another post, this is the best defense I've seen in a long long time(which is still getting better) and I hate it when some bash a player who has contributed positively all year like Borland has. It's a really good one two punch between the two and the job is getting done at a high level yet some just need to be a negative Nancy.
We are seeing a lot of experimenting with Browning on the edge to utilize his speed. I guess if we are splitting hairs he did play one more play than Tuf and a few more for the year as the situation calls for it. Once teams realize the can't run Browning will play more. This might be the best defense I've seen in a long long time and I hate the bashing of one player who has contributed positively this year.
That's fucking crap. They did go after him but he filled the gap he filled his gap which he does better than Browning. As a matter of fact MSU went right at Browning through the air (or right over him) until he finally got the proper depth to tip it. Some of you are so full of a few outstanding plays you are blind to mistakes like the first three games where Browning got caught with his eyes in the backfield while the TEs ran right past him for the first down catch. . Why do you think he has only been graded champion twice out of six games? I went back an watched that position play by play and yes Browning did a very good speed sack but overall Tuf looked to do a better job. The one time they ran through his gap the LT guard hooked his neck and tackled him. Not once was he beaten by speed. Tuf has done a really good job filling his gap and forcing the play elsewhere while Browning jumps the play sometimes making a loss OR leaving his gap open (like Nebraska) for positive gain. The job is getting done at a high level by both players who brings different positive things. This coaching staff knows what it's doing no matter what wanna be coaches think.
Browning is not the starter or projected starter. The coaches seem happy with the status quo no matter how some of the fan base feels.
I'm glad I'm not in the 10% he likes. I would have to re-evaluate my life.
I think you are thinking of Browning falling for fakes and leaving his gap open. He does everything else well is susceptible but that. Both players earned it this week without help from wanna be experts.
Oklahoma by 17
LSU by 13
PSU by 10
Bama by 24
Wisconsin by 14
The thing is, they keep moving the goal posts. I'm positive they will find a way to have Clemson in the top four when in fact they have faced lessor competition ans have looked (and struggled) against it. They'll probably rank A&M 19th so Clemson has a top 20 win. Clemson isn't a top 10 team right now.
how many times did Iowa get to the edge of FG range only to have Stanley take a sack instead of throwing it away or a grounding call when he should have dumped it earlier. He was like a deer in headlights holding onto the ball too long. Very frustrating.
UM is back to their old tricks. They are holding on crossing routes. My wife and I were screaming at the TV every time an Iowa jersey was being pulled obviously away from the receivers body which was often.
Wrong wrong wrong. #62 wrapped his arm around Borland's neck and tackled him. Should have been holding. The pass to the TE was in Werner's area even though Borland recovered for the tackle. Yes Browning should have knocked them down. For such a great athlete (he is) he only elevated a foot off the ground and still almost touched them. I think he was just slow to react or miss judged them. The third one he got.
You couldn't be more wrong. Take off your Browning glasses and go back and watch. He had two tackles for loss and several other assists. Their primary yardage was throwing in Browning space because he was sop in his drops. He should've knocked down two moire first down throws. This must be your first football game if you think he was the reason they got big chunks of yardage. Go back and watch to learn more.
We are going to have live with Day's name being thrown around to the NFL going FWD for sure. I would imagine a natty will give him a raise.