BUCKEYES DON'T PLAY ANYBODY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Gonna be real nice to have Cooper back next year.
Let's finish this season strong first!
I say no chance he comes back.
Good!! We need him back out there to clean up some stuff.
Let's F$*%in Go!!!!!!!
Not necessarily by each individual click. My guess is when advertisers approach the website they request to see how many "page views" they get in any given time frame.. maybe any given week, month or year. So when they can have a story like this that generates major buzz then it only increases their average views. I could be totally wrong but that's how I understand it.
But the latest I saw was that the money was not received from an agent or a booster... so you can't borrow money from a true friend? Is that really the rule?
EDIT: I feel compelled to say I did not DV you, not sure why anyone would.
Just be back for Penn State pleeeeeeeeease!
A LOAN?!?!?!?! From a family friend?? That he paid back?? That's where we're at with this?
For one game.
Read the article lol -- It's from a 2018 incident.
In response to Iowabuckeyes I say absolutely not. The reasons:
1) He was not high on the Buckeyes at all preseason or even after the first week. He said publicly that he was absolutely wrong and has slowly moved them up in his rankings based on what we actually see on the field (crazy idea).
2) If you watch his takes he not only says what he likes about the Buckeyes but he actually addresses what he doesn't like about the other teams people are high on. Rather than do what most people do and say Bama is the best, or Clemson is the best simple as that. He actually gives some analysis.
I would as well.
Any of those SEC losses in bowl games is because they didn't wanna be in those games. C'mon man everyone already knows this.
I'm seeing them as the favorite in that game, no?
I'm not blaming Clemson nor saying they control if the ACC is good or bad. I'm simply asking would you want a schedule like they have this year where they won't be tested (obviously that UNC game was a total shock) and favored by 20+ points or would you want a schedule like the Buckeyes have where we will play multiple ranked teams?
Well you're bringing in a new element to the equation. I'm not even considering actually going to the games. Personally, I'm not too big on live sporting events anymore with ticket prices, parking, all the other inconveniences. But to address your question if I lived in Alabama and had a family and it would only cost me $100 total to get in the game against any SEC opponent I'd be open to that.
My original question is more so about the schedule and quality of opponents on said schedule. Would you rather your team cruise through the regular season or have a few tough match-ups? The fact is Bama will play LSU and Auburn which isn't even comparable to who Clemson is going to play so I don't really think that's a good example.