Thanks, Buckeye Fam. If you see one up, let me know. And I'll do the same! Go Bucks!
Well done, sir!
Well, 12-0 in his first full season and either way, through as many games Day and Urban have the same record, 15-0. Dobbins as a receiver is brilliant. It's like the deep pass, and a scrambling Fields, it's just one more weapon in the arsenal that the bad guys have no weapon against.
Thanks for the read!
Thanks, this surprised and inspired me.
Sorry if you've already seen these tweets here or elsewhere, they were just too good not to tack on! Thanks, Dubbers! See you in Indy!
I felt like this showed how much of a team guy Chase Young is, he had a couple QB hurries and no tackles yet he was as thrilled as anyone to win and to see his teammates feast and win. He's a special young man and a Heisman finalist.
Johnny, you're a brilliant bastich!
I'm so happy to eat crow. Thank you, Ryan Day.
Like Urban said in 2012, the only good thing about this rivalry is winning the dang thing. I'm miserable today until the clock has all zeroes and we have more points than the enemy.
We're not winning by more than one score. Heaven help me, but I got a bad feeling about this one.
P.S. I know that I should know that by
know, I've been a proud dubber for nearly six years haha.
I think I just read it. 38-21 Buckeyes. It's an average of the staff's collective predictive scores, correct?
P.S. I know that I should know that by know, I've been a proud dubber for nearly six years haha.
If you look at college football history, it's ridiculous how many teams have an equal claim to a national championship in the majority of college football seasons. Even in the playoff era there are very few teams that are undisputed number one after it's all said and done.
Yeah, I wanna know that as much as I wanna know their picks against the spread.
I still remember thinking about how much the time between the 2011 loss and the 2012 win seemed to just drag on.
And the Iron Bowl is cheapened because of it. It's one reason, why The Game is THE GAME. Why it is end all to be all of rivalries in all of sport.
2014 might be the most emotional in my 33 years on this earth. Losing Braxton and J.T. in the same season and having Kosta be announced as a missing person on Senior Day only to find him passed on the next day and find out while we were fretting about football he'd already lost his more important battle and was gone. Then the craziest three games of your life. It all start on that insane day. I've been to the last five at home against that team and still double overtime, Urban's first of seven, Jim Tressel and Urban Meyer's swan songs and 62 points don't compare to that.
The folks who say they'd be okay with a loss to them and a national title would be singing a very different tune if it was November 27th 2011 and not November 28th 2019. When you're roughly 3,000 days removed from the last time you've tasted that defeat you'll say all kinds of crazy crap you wouldn't say when only 1 day removed.