coombs is a treasure. "could make you miss in a port-o-let"
maybe i'm blowing smoke, but i seem to remember someone at OSU saying something similar after we manhandled oregon. am i just making things up?
believe it or not, by the S&P+ numbers, chances are 50-50 that the buckeyes lose one of the "guaranteed 9" - here's the math:
.84*.99*.99*.96*.96*.85*.87*.91*.98 = 50.0%. this is why college football is so much fun.
on paper: should be an ass kicking
on field: it never is
this is ohio state. we initially moved on from "option 1" over what amounted to be ONE YEAR????? if urban meyer doesn't fall into gene smith's lap, what is his top accomplishment as AD? screwing us over as chair of the selection committee? costing us a football natty to play in the gator bowl? ugh.
i agree mack is almost certainly staying put, but even if he weren't, what else would we expect him to say here?
anyone know the real story? incredibly odd time to retire, and if he survived the mixon thing, can't see him being forced out by anything. super weird.
yeah, iowa has dramatically underperformed in that game over the last 20 or so years. iowa state is 13-6 ATS in the last 19 meetings.
time to worry less about spreading the games across the globe and worry more about quality and safety of the countries and venues that are hosting. same with world cups. places like brazil that already rob their citizens on a daily basis just do so more in order to pay for the infrastructure for something like this.
dumpster fire dot jaypegg
significant improvement in footwork from a 5th year senior qb? makes you wonder wtf was going on between his RS freshman year and now
not anymore. bubba watson has won the thing twice. if you're long enough to have wedges and short irons in your hand, you can win it as an average putter. rory's not exactly rolling it great either.
DJ, spieth, rory
the true championship matchup was in the first round...2015 vs bama and 2015 vs oregon
his arms still look like mine after four years in a major college athletic program.
^this is not a good thing
so, when ohio state is better than michigan by a bigger margin, they are also better than other teams by a bigger margin. got it.
i called him an idiot the years he had us out or way underseeded, and i'll call him an idiot this year for having us even close to being in. lunardi is far, far better at what he does than palm.
now get cardale. first time in nfl history a father and son have played together.
what an absolute baller. no mention of it, no dropoff in performance...wow. hopefully he still goes in the 1st.
yup. he's gone full pansy. worry about your legacy when you're 42, not when you're 32.
campbell didn't predominantly play WR in high school. run TMC wasn't a highly coveted recruit, and james clark had a catastrophic injury of his own. i've also grown skeptical of smith's coaching ability, but let's see what he does with an offense that doesn't run four receivers into the same quadrant of the field constantly and with highly talented guys like mack, victor, hill, grimes, etc. if the talented WRs we now have struggle in wilson's system, we'll know for sure where the problem lies.
said this on the other thread too...martell needs to get on the phone pronto! seems like there was just an article the other day saying he was still all buckeye...
i know the rumor is beck to texas, but what's the scuttlebutt on warrinner? is he gone, or is there a chance he'd go back to coaching the OL? the development there hasn't exactly been ideal either over the past year, and it was obviously fantastic under him when he was just concentrating on OL
as a cardinals fan, the linebacking and DB corps on that 2010 team is one of the worst i've ever seen assembled. no DC could have done anything with the personnel that davis was given. i still can't believe it took them two years after that to fire rod graves as GM.
i wouldn't go about it the way hartline is, and i'd like to think i could forgive and forget, but i can understand his anger. let's make a list:
-TP upstaged hartline's long-time quarterback and friend (it obviously needed to happen, not debating that point).
-TP, along with a couple of other idiots, put the beloved (by me too) jim tressel's job in jeopardy (tress walked over the edge himself, not debating that point). it's not a secret that hartline adores his former coach.
-TP is now the star WR on the team that dumped hartline in the not-so-distant past.
not justifying it, but it's not surprising that hartline is not a fan.