Very impressive given that probably only football and basketball make money but can support the other 30 varsity sports. I'm pretty sure the athletic departments sends at least a small portion of their profit to the University for use in scholarships and other academic activities. Its great to see the football team is both a cultural and financial boon.
Seems like a nice stopping point. Demonstrates dominance, especially when the D is holding people to 21 or less, while not obviously running up the score. It also doesn't require a frantic pace like Oregon that wears out the offense.
Always fun to show that OSU draws the crowds better than anyone. With the move towards more exciting match-ups early in the season, I expect this to be broken again soon, especially if we're in it.
70-17 with lots of big scoring plays. Bucks get ahead quickly but give at least one bad turnover that results in points. Collier gets to see some real time and scores at least once, probably on the ground against an exhausted Warrior D.