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Comment 7 hours ago

Oh wow, I guess as some sort of protection mechanism my brain completely wiped itself clean of that 2013 season.

Comment 9 hours ago

Yes, we're been stung by Clemson twice in recent post-seasons, but our Buckeyes cannot shy away from the challenge.

Did I miss something or am going senile at 33?

Comment 16 Sep 2019

At one point in the game, IU seemed to be picking up a bit of momentum on offense.  There were a couple plays that gave me flashbacks to 2018 and then all the sudden, that attack got shut down.  What if any adjustments did you see from the defense to shut down that IU momentum, or did IU just go away from what was working for them (short, quick passes, slants, etc)? 

Q2: Did you see anything from the defense that has you worried, even if just a little bit?

Comment 15 Sep 2019

Furthermore, based on your own reasoning we should probably be able to explain why both Auburn and LSU, teams whom played Kent State and Northwestern State respectively - are mentioned no less than 4 times (LSU much more) on that page?  Is it your position that Auburn vs Kent St. and LSU vs. Northwestern St are more newsworthy than a Big 10 conference matchup?  Come on, bro...

Comment 15 Sep 2019

You make it sound like this is a physical front page, limited by space.  You can literally scroll for a good 30 - 40 seconds to get to the bottom of this "front page" - the equivalence of about 20 newspaper front pages - and still not one mention of Ohio State?  Not buying it.

Comment 15 Sep 2019

Literally the ONLY reason they got that hype is because someone previously associated with Alabama is running their offense.  

Comment 15 Sep 2019

If we're being honest, OP, the only thing that's "off" here is you.  Sounds like you have some issues to work out (mainly you seem too judgmental and immature).  Also, why not grow a sack, put some hair on it, and then talk to your brother instead of venting to a bunch of internet strangers?

Comment 13 Sep 2019

Yeah, surprisingly I've hear finebaum bring up Fields name on more than one occasion in saying that he may be the best QB in CFB.  I think he's cautiously trotting the idea out so that WHEN Fields blows up, he can say he's on record saying as such.  However, he's being very timid about it.  What's stupid is that the people in the conversation, when he brings it up, look at him like he's crazy.  The national media has a real bias against us.  Kind of disgusting.

Comment 11 Sep 2019

Unfortunately this year's team lacks a true game changing weapon like Ezekiel Elliot, Curtis Samuel, or Paris Campbell.

Way too early to be making these kind of proclamations.  You're comparing playoff form Zeke to 2nd game Dobbins.  And sure, there are other play makers comparable to Samuel and Campbell.  I think mostly what you're missing is the need for ONE player to take over a game.  We haven't needed that so far, but I would expect that there are a number of players who could do so, including Fields, Dobbins, Wilson, Olave, Victor... and man, don't discount Hill either:

Comment 10 Sep 2019

I believe he uploads on Tuesdays.  I haven't checked if his latest is on youtube yet. I saw him on mark rogers show after the Army game, though.  I think after Army, basically he thinks the defense is good, the offense is not good but could be good, shea patterson is bad, and coaching sucks.  Something like that.

Comment 10 Sep 2019

I'm a developer who works at home so all I do is listen to OSU podcasts and work.  Once I have nothing more to listen to OSU-wise, I enjoy listening to michigan men wallow in their sorrow.  Of course, the delusional ones like this are still out there.

Comment 10 Sep 2019

In fairness to Deace; this was a pre-season video and he has since become more reasoned on his podcast.

This is a prime example of your average michigan man before and after the season starts.  He says that bias isn't driving his predictions but clearly it is.  Everything his guest predicted was accurate.  Everything Deace predicted has been proven wrong.