Justin Fields Grits Out a Comeback Victory Over Scrappy RedHawks
Buddy, if you've read the Skull Session expecting classiness at any point in the past six years, I've got news...
He thinks UCF is very good, that was the main point of the article if you read it in context. He certainly wasn't disparaging Ohio State. He's saying "Hey, UCF is legit good" while also saying Ohio State was even better and looked "as good looking as you can get." It was a compliment to UCF by saying they weren't drastically worse than the team he thinks is as good as you can get.
They always put up the facebook video first, so that's the first one that I put on the site. I always update with the YouTube video once it's published though, so just check back a few minutes later.
Dan you really need to work more angles of positivity though. I'm sick of reading about Damon Arnette making the biggest play of his life and showing drastic improvement after deciding to return to school, or Tyreke Smith bouncing back from an injury and chasing greatness. You're a hack who hates the Buckeyes!!!!!!
Lmao I want to get this comment framed.
It says less about Corny and more about the other guys I guess, but I'd pretty easily go with Troy Smith, Dwayne Haskins, Braxton Miller, J.T. Barrett, Art Schlichter, Joe Germaine and Bobby Hoying. Maybe Rex Kern too.
Yeah Ben Hartsock is probably wrong. He's definitely behind at least John Frank. But I stand by Clarett. I think it would have become a little more obvious if he wasn't hurt a lot of his freshman season.
But I really wasn't trying to split hairs, just point out that the 2002 offense had some players that stack up all-time. It certainly wasn't bad.
Everyone knows lane kiffin doesn't count