They contained Taylor quite well. Coan had, by far, his best game passing as the Wisconsin QB. Offensively, MSU did nothing, although Lewerke missed a wide open WR which would have been a TD...same as he did against TOSU. I'll say it again, Wisconsin hasn't faced a good offensive team yet. We'll see how they do against TOSU's.
Actually, Illinois never got the game tied.
Hmm...so, Kit-Kats, then whine, and cheese? Sounds tasty!
What makes TTUN dangerous is having Hairball on the sideline and Patterson at QB. That makes them dangerous....to themselves!
Iowa is bad. They cannot score. PSU's win at Kinnick is not that impressive this season. Pitt also could have beaten PSU in Happy Valley earlier this season. I look for PSU to win, but look for something like a 17-10 game.
With Watts, the 2020 class stands at 24 commitments. How many scholarships do we have remaining to use?
It won't be overlooked and as long as Hairball is on the sideline and Patterson is the QB, Bucks win convincingly..even in A.A. (Where TOSU is 7-2 this century).
Uhh..no, they do not. They haven't played anyone great yet. Pitt nearly beat them in Happy Valley. Iowa? Not good this year, especially on offense. PSU is a mirage.
Name one team Wisconsin has played that has a decent offense? You can't because they haven't yet. I'm not sold on their defense as being as great as it is being touted as due to that fact. Also, even though their QB had an excellent game against MSU, I don't think he's all that great. Buckeyes will contain Taylor and our secondary is much better than MSU's. On offense, Wisconsin hasn't come close to facing a team with the firepower TOSU has. I say TOSU wins by 14-21 points in Columbus and around that much in Indy.
As for PSU, sorry, I am not impressed by Iowa at all. Beating them is no great achievement this season and I also saw Pitt almost beat them earlier in Happy Valley. Bucks by 2 TDs.
The boat will sink in November.
They will be 8-0...and end at 8-4.
Buckeyes win 38-3.
FWIW, that table showed PSU (-8) vs. Michigan, with the O/U at 49.. I think PSU beats them by about 17 and take the under.
No Milk Bone for you, UGA!
...and now, he is one. LOL!
No, Palmer said it was a BAD loss for Georgia, losing to a 2-3 team at home.
We've been here before (1996, 1998, 2015, etc.) when the Buckeyes were rolling along...seemingly invincible ..until they hit a roadblock. This team is also rolling along....let's not get complacent. The Buckeyes are now entering: .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUsFWO08CO0
One at a time....Let's flame 'em all, Bucks!
Oops! I read the conditions above and the Rocket is out. So, I'd choose:
1. Ralphie the Buffalo (u. of Colorado).
2. The Polar Bear of Ohio Northern
3 Big Al - Elephant (U. of Alabama)
(These three would be quite a load, even for 10,000 third graders).
Three? Nah. I only need one: Toledo Rocket (with a nuclear warhead). Die rug rats!...die! LOL!
The Browns suck. I knew better than to believe all the pre-season hype. I've followed them for 50 years and I know that when the Browns get talked up, they end up falling flat. They'll be 2-3 now. There's a lot of football left, but...Cleveland....it's time to put up or SHUT UP!
Oh, and Mayfield; UP YOURS! Good job, Nick!
Bad choice! He is stupid for doing this, as the walrus might interpret it as a sort of challenge. A walrus is a big animal which can move a lot faster than you might think and if that happens, it would not end well for dude!
Yes, it's true. In the postgame presser, Harbaugh stated that the Offense was "hitting its stride". I almost choked on my soda laughing at that.
Yeah, I heard that part about the offense "hitting its stride". It made me wonder: Does the UM Athletic Department ever drug-test the coaches?
He's probably trying to recruit the walrus since it is better than any of his current Offensive Linemen.
Isn't Charlie Weis available? That would give them a "Schematic Advantage".
^^^^^^ This. One step at a time.