I don't even KNOW how he went that late. Do NFL coaches only watch the combine or do they spend any time at all looking at body of work? I look at several of the WRs picked above him and don't know where the hell their heads were at.
The "glue glove" moment will never NOT be one of my favorite end zone celebrations ever. It was just PERFECT.
Bosa was a game changer this game, turning the game for the Niners several times with big plays. Happy for him. But glad the Chiefs won. My brother has followed them for decades and he's SO excited!!!
I am SO digging this Decade In Review series. Not only does it give me ALL the warm fuzzies, it makes me pause and realize this decade was an embarrassment of riches year-over-year in pure talent. We have been #BuckeyeBlessed. <3
#4 was awesome but I also cringe. Wasn’t this the play where the receiver’s hip was broken because his Sparta teammates piled on top of him to celebrate? AWFUL.
Cardale. Jones. Cardale. Jones.
God bless Gus.
“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” — Inigo Montoya, The Princess Bride
This article made me DAMN happy. Just what I needed on a Friday night after a LONGASS week. And I went into the article thinking the Brooklyn Dagger HAD TO BE number #1 but I can see why you placed the one above it. And yet, I still PALPABLY remember the double OT Game and how freaked out I was and watching Samuel make that epic DANCE LEAP over the goal line and I FELT THAT. Dude, they later set it to Titanic “My Heart Will Go On” and that’s the only time that song was perfect and didn’t suck. That’s how HUGE that play and that moment was (and still is) and I’ve yet to have another Game moment match it.
Maybe because Clemson was obviously going to win the game even without that call.
Please show your work.
Knock it off with THIS shit, BuckeyeEddie27. At the time this was posted a) the Buckeyes were ahead and b) even if they hadn't been it was a DAMN FINE PLAY. Who hurt you, dude??
It's amazing how Ohio State and everybody else was "afraid to play Clemson" and the "super underrated" Clemson Tigers were "disrespected" and were "SO DOMINANT" all season with all their "blowouts" against lame teams until Clemson BARELY won this game (and had ZERO on the board for 1.5 quarters) but suddenly now "Ohio State is awesome" and Clemson is "finally tested." Oh FUCK THAT NOISE.
Not gonna lie, I respect that. Day showed no bones all season about putting a boot to the neck of every team we played, regardless of score, and I was FINE with it. So not gonna clutch my pearls now when LSU is doing it.
No one could beat Alabama either. Until we did. LSU is good - Burrows is great - but this game ONLY shows that Oklahoma, the Big 12 and an overrated Hurts ARENT GOOD. Doesn’t make LSU unbeatable. Not by a long damn shot.
The future. You see it!!
They are NOT our rival. They wish they were but they aren't.
I don't mind playing Clemson for the payback factor - especially since they aren't nearly as good as Dabo Last-Year's-Champs-Means-We're-Automatically-Awesome-And-If-You-Don't-Agree-You're-Disrepecting-Us and ESPN thinks they are (dear ESPN: "nobody wants to play Clemson" is your narrative, not anything any team has been saying). Revenge would be sweet. It's that we, IMO and based on the data and not "eye tests," were the top team in the country and got bumped down for one bad half of a game we then won handily against a top 10 team we were playing for the second time. Dabo wants to talk about disrespect - there It is. At least I'll enjoy us stuffing it down all of their throats.
And the committee is run by a bunch of cyborgs who are unmoved by weeks of narrative by the top sports network for NCAA football, that they definitely haven't been exposed to for weeks on end, nor do they have any regional biases at all. Fortunately.
One point? Thanks for the additional disrespect, oddsmakers - we thrive on that shit!
Okay, now we can beat Clemson and get payback. Then I'll be rooting for OU to punch out LSU because a) fuck the SEC and then b) we can stuff OU and get some more payback.
We will kick Clemson's overrated ass.
I just listened to some clown on ESPN try to legit argue that LSU trouncing teams in the last few games of its season is totally the same as OSU trouncing easy teams in the beginning of the season and therefore, their schedule strength is the same. Good Lord.
Joel Klatt threw up the stats and on that alone - schedule, game percentages, etc. - it should be OSU over LSU. Tight but when you look at the data, it's a done deal. But the committee has never let data get in the way of a narrative, especially one that favors 1) SEC teams or 2) southern football teams.