Strange third down play. No chance of getting 16 yds.
Lucky break for Georgia
Jake from Georgia is struggling.
Whoever plays LSU is in for a track meet. Including us.
Two slow developing plays in a row. Stupid coaching.
Good move by Penn State. The Nits have played us tougher than anyone else and but for the grace of Woody sitting next to God in heaven, we may have lost a couple more times to them.
I wonder if the disparity in talent is a factor as well. Every year it seems like the top teams (including Ohio State) get the majority of great players and leave crumbs for everyone else. I don't have any solutions or even if there needs to be a solution, but if my team is always .500 or worse, I probably wouldn't go to many games either.
I can't nor won't speak for any other school, but none of Ohio State's alternative monstrosity's don't come anywhere near "best of" anything.
Wiping the floor up with the Tar Heels tonight should have been enough. The O-H-I-O was a little annoying. We should be good sports when we visit other teams arena's.
Look for Gene Smith to give him a new contract with a substantial raise. I know it's only one year, but a new contract may keep NFL teams from trying g to snipe him away.
Hmmmmmmmmmmm. Joe Burrow is getting his Masters. Big difference. When Burrow was at Ohio State, he actually went to class.
Justin Fields isn't taking masters degree classes from Arizona State. He's not getting degree from Penn State. He's literally a couple miles from Ohio State's campus and can't go to class?
Why would people be surprised he picked Michigan to win the game? He's a Michigan fan doing a Michigan podcast. What did you think he was going to say?
So if being a football player has all of a sudden become so time consuming that it requires the player to take online courses, then why aren't all of the players doing it? In fact, why aren't players from other prominent schools doing it? Plenty of colleges offer masters degree programs online, but there's a reason for that. People are working full time jobs, some with families. That's a legitimate logistics problem,. But Fields can't walk on campus to a building, sit in his chair and listen like every other student since the university was created, then somethings up.
I've got to tell you the online courses are a bad look. I don't know how many players do it that way, but even if it's only Fields, thats one too many. Is going to class and mingling with fellow students going to kill the guy?
You have to give the blue people credit for one thing, they were very meticulous in how they did it.
Yes. They had a shot of Wilson on the sidelines removing one jersey with another one underneath.
Fields having a sub par passing game. Michigan shredding our pass defense and we're up 28-16. Clean things ups and this is a blowout.
From my sofa in beautiful Charlotte, NC. Last Christmas, we bought a 60 inch 4K and with the kitchen being twelve paces and the bathroom being twenty, I'm good.
If Smith retires/resigns, the sky won't fall. We'll get someone else.
When fans of any team talk about turnovers, they phrase it in a way like they were voluntary and the opponent had nothing to do them. Penn State caused those turnovers. I like everyone else hopes Fields is as close to 100% as possible. Today is a big day for him because sometimes injuries take a day to reveal themselves. Michigan is playing at a high level with Patterson and Gattis on the same page. This game will be a dog fight and I don't care about style points, just win by one and I'm good.
I haven't seen enough of Fields to call him a pro prospect. Not all, but most of Justins completions are to wide open receivers. I haven't seen him have to thread the ball into a tight window very often. Unlike Haskins, what Fields has going for him is he will have not one, but two years worth of starts to gain experience.
Joey Bosa was playing in that game and IMHO, intentionally speared the ND QB with the crown of his helmet to get kicked out of the game. Nick Bosa was never playing another down for Ohio State after his injury against TCU.
As in why is Rutger in the B1G?
Fox pregame is bringing their show to Columbus for the Penn State game next Saturday. If they're going to do that, you have to think they'll be in Ann Arbor the next week for the biggest game of the year. I wonder how the Michigan faithful will treat Urban?