With Lou Holz's story abut Woody considering retirement after the the '69 win over UM that didn't happen; I wonder if this Rose could've been Woody's final bow. No punch, and a more-ordered succession at the helm. Nothing against Earle (that grandson of his....) but, yeah.
Not a lot of details. Are these the asymptomatic cases? Were the athletes feeling healthy enough to engage in practice despite having it? Any hospitalizations?
Funny how Harbaugh was able to initiate the demise of the SoCal dynasty with that Stanford win in 2007, but can get NO traction against the Beloved Buckeye. Despite beating OSU in the two following years, they never were the same again (did they even win the Pac 10 once after that?) and we've managed to actually improve.
Which is why we can't let these be neutral site games. Bring on the pageantry for two home games in the best of venues!
The Tide in The Shoe=CHILLS!!
(and The Beloved at Bryant-Denny!) Both better bring their bands!
My Dad was 3 at the time of the 1935 game...and still mumbled about how something nefarious had happened in the Irish huddle. Must've been some HIS grandfather (Who was acquainted to some extent with John Wilce) told him as a kid Shame that he died 9 years too early to see the revenge. I like to think he did.
Ah, that helps to know that Coach Stuart DID spend time on Bruce's staff. So yes, whatever it was must've not been too bad or was mended. Thanks for clarifying that! Maybe someone later will post with a clearer perspective on the story than me.
True, I was at Eastmoor when Mike Boren announced he was going to UM and coach Bob Stuart (who was very close to Woody) put the white stripes on the helmets. Only years later did I hear of the rift between Stuart and Earle and now learning it was endemic in Ohio.
Ah! The answer I was looking for. But 7th...in the Big freakin' ten?! My heart broke a little when they fired him. He was my Dad's age, and I had lost my Dad a few months before. I'll never forget when TBDBITL showed up at his house, the tv news report welled me up!
But yes, it was time for a change. I had very high hopes for Cooper. And he DID improve the program until things went soft at the end (that last bowl loss to So Car was ugly).
Also interesting how the EB coaching search was a CF as someone said. I was 14, but do remember how many people in Columbus were very disappointed. Disappointment soon and probably prematurely wiped out by the 11-0 season and a narrow loss to SoCal for the NC.
Best of all, it's clear the program is in far better shape than it was in '79. I'll credit it to Urban, and the fact he was able to set it up right! It could be said the last few years of Woody we were already in decline. I heard him admit to it on TV a few years before he died: that he had held on too long.
At 9-0, We need to understand that WE are their clemson. Think of how we'd react if the tigers were coming to The Shoe! Autzen be sheer madness (isn't it the LOUDEST stadium in the power 5?) , and a LOT tougher win that we all expect.
I miss Tyvis, I miss that whole team. Whata bunch! Glad to still see a few of them in The League.
Dew eet! Dew eet naow!
THIS returned me to being a Buckeye fan. I was so horrified at the Earle Bruce firing, and Cooper's UM record I had fallen away (and moving to NYC and then Chicago).
THIS one moment made me feel like BUCKEYE again. Check out my username fer gosh sakes
Yup, ald we coulda-shoulda made up for it ALL with that last offensive play. It'll hurt forever, but all great teams have those "if onlys" in their histories. It goes with being great.
Time start "Clemsoning" up as a thing again?
Oh, it ends tonight. Although they lose Joe, they are a VERY young team. I heard losing only 6 seniors. We may very well see them soon.
Now, bring the Lombardi trophy to O-H-I-O next!
Despite how it ended for The Beloved, it's been a GREAT season with you guys! Love you all. We'll be BAAAAAACK!!!
So Trevor... izat Clemsoning?
So is "Clemsoning" a thing again?
WA thinking the same thing. We had him one series from falling apart like this. Then targeting with no flag on the field and the rest is history...