I was going to mention that Cincinnati could be a signature win. It was considered a signature win for Pitt and helped build PSU's resume when Pitt knocked off UCF. Cincinnati also knocked off UCF and isn't getting credit for it. This article didn't even mention that Cincinnati, who OSU beat 42-0, is number 25 in the AP poll and number 26 in the media poll. If Cincinnati wins the AAC they will be a top 20 team even after getting destroyed in Columbus. I think MSU and possibly Nebraska find their ways back into the rankings which will leave OSU having defeated 6 ranked teams during the regular season in Wisconsin, Penn State, MSU, UM, Nebraska, and Cincinnati.
I know most are saying he is staying with LSU, my question is if they would have room for him or would they tell him no?
So if we get Stroud, Watts, Bradford and Baron does that mean the staff would say no to Ricks? I don't have any information to say Ricks is waivering on his commitment to LSU but playing with Lejond he may in the future and he does still have an official scheduled with OSU in November. Seeing the Buckeyes first hand may cause him to want to flip. Could OSU make room if he wanted to flip?
I think Stephen A remembers the ability of Haskins to run. I am not sure the coaching staff was sold on Tate Martell as a QB and therefore didn't let Haskins run to protect the team. If Tater wasn't ready then why would you let Haskins run and possibly ruin your season?
Please expound on your conjections.
Likely true, I was hoping to see what Grinch could do based on what he did at Washington State.