So which mobile quarterback won a Super Bowl within the last 20 years? Nearly every quarterback that won a Super Bowl was a franchise quarterback and the few that weren't were carried by their defense.
"Ohio State played on September 14th was 2015. The team traveled to Virginia Tech and opened the season with a 42-24 win in Blacksburg."
That game was played September 7th though
Spring? We're past Spring, in fact we're gearing up for Fall.
I like everything but the part where my franchise QB gets stabbed in the heart. Other than that it's perfect!
Terrelle Pryor and Dontre Wilson
I was fascinated by the Oregon jet sweep speed plays and thought that Wilson was going to be our version of De'Anthony Thomas
It's in late November though and I don't ever recall having a 7:30 or later game that late in the season.
BTN games are so cringeworthy. The production always looks dated and the announcers say some of the dumbest things (see Matt Millen) and even them being giant homers every time Ohio State does something remotely good is annoying.
I like them because it allows us to enjoy the weekly marquee match ups that air at 3:30 and 8:00. It's kind of lame having a late game against a nobody when there's other exciting games on.
Excited to see that the Michigan State game will be prime time! I imagine the Wisconsin game will also be prime time and the Penn State game will be a 3:30 ABC game or 4:00 Fox game.
I'm more worried about @Indiana.. they have been sooo close to beating one of the big three (OSU/UM/PSU) and are bound to beat one of them. If Ohio State overlooks them the way they overlooked Iowa and Purdue it could be a long game.
idk as college football junkie who likes to watch football from noon - after midnight I enjoy having 12+ hours of football, and if we abolished the noon kickoff altogether then that's less football to watch.
Been saying this for years.. 3:30 or 4 o clock! Games just feel more important when they're played under the lights.
Every draft article I've seen has Haskins being the first QB off the board. Him and Nick Bosa have been the headliners of the draft and there hasn't been any anti-Ohio State bias from what I can tell.