After 7 weeks, Average Game Grades- Only look at Off/Def Yards & Pts and strength of opp.— Phil Steele (@philsteele042) October 18, 2019
1 Ohio St 124.6
2 Wisconsin 119.5
3 Alabama 117.0
4 Oklahoma 116.1
5 LSU 111.6
6 Clemson 111.3
7 Oregon 111.2
8 Penn St 110.9
9 Auburn 107.6
10 Utah 107.4
11 Georgia 107.4
12 Missouri 104
Did you talk about RB recruiting after the game?
I'd be pretty disappointed if NW scores more than twice as many points against us then they did against Nebraska's porous excuse of a defense.
"We narrow it down and see what schools will be best for me. Right now, I narrowed it down to a top three teams. I'll probably narrow it down to a top eight on my birthday," said Grimes
Me trying to calculate how you narrow a top 3 list down to a top 8:
"Will Miller throw?"
That way, we won't know if we're talking about Jack or Braxton.
While I would love that, I get the feeling that that game is gonna be a tight, hard-fought battle. I fully expected them to be mediocre this year after losing McSorley but they're proving to be a really solid team with a legit defense.
Agreed. If the Trey Leroux greyshirt rumors are true, Corcoran would be quite the replacement for him for this class. But, I totally get wanting to stay close to home.
Turner* Corcoran eliminated OSU back before he committed due to distance. He wants to be close to home. So, I'd say that ship has sailed, regardless of the beatdown we laid on the Huskers
If people ever ask me why we can never get the Shoe to do things like a blackout, I will direct them to this message as Exhibit A.
You're so right, CC. Excuse me while I quietly cry into my avocado toast.
They're literally asking you just to wear something black. You're making it seem like they're asking so much from you.
Wouldn't surprise me at all if that was in the works. Seems like both Holtmann and Day do a good job of honoring the past while keeping things new and fresh.
Imagine negatively generalizing an entire generation based on stereotypes
Honestly, you could reuse this article every single year. "[Insert TE name here] isn't discouraged by the lack of passes his way so far in the [insert year here] season."
We just don't use our TEs in the passing game at OSU. But, with the offensive success we've had, it doesn't really seem to matter.
Not just shed blocks, but run through blocks. One of his issues last year was trying to go around blockers instead of through them to blow plays up which put him out of position to make a play. Werner has been way more physical this year.
I find it hard to believe that Urban wouldn't have made changes after we fielded the worst defense in OSU history. Regardless, we can all agree that Day made the right moves.
I would much rather we be their final loss in an 0-12 season than their only loss in an 11-1 season. This rivalry is too rich in history to die off because UM is bad. May they eternally go winless from this day on. Dilly dilly.
RTsportsuploads usually posts the OSU games cut down to 30-40 minutes on Youtube. The videos get removed after a few days (due to copyright, I'm sure). But, that does give you a few days to watch it over again. I can't find another one though.
I saw him on the sideline when they played UC. If I had to guess, he's injured.
If you frequent this forum series enough, you'll see people post about under the radar, 3-star recruits all the time.
Since there's no exclamation point, I can only assume you are serious. Thank you for the compliment.
Your use of exclamation points just makes me read all your comments as sarcastic.
You act like Ohio State won't hunt you down for admitting this.
Using so many ORs, PJ Fleck might need a new team mantra.
Rashod Berry completely off the depth chart is probably the biggest surprise I see.
Or the fact that we're putting 12 defenders on the field at the same time.
EDIT: Just noticed the other article on Berry's injury. Makes sense