And he hammered Stanford on the road last night! More hot takes from the illuminati at 11 Teeny Boppers. Delete your accounts!
He beat USC last year! That's gotta count for something.
The NFL does have BYE weeks. The first weekend of the Playoffs. Four teams have a BYE. The MLS also has two teams on BYE weeks right now. The B1G Basketball And Hockey Tournaments have them, too. Ohio State was not waiting around this week waiting for a game to be played to see who they would play next. They already knew it would be NW because they are on the schedule.
Well, when ABC posted a graphic of Notre Dame's remaining schedule they used IDLE to describe what they were doing the week they weren't scheduled to play. The NFL has always pandered to their less educated fans. Bye!!!
It's not a BYE. Ohio State is not currently participating in a tournament. OSU is IDLE this week.
No. Root for an undefeated Minnesota or a one loss Iowa.
It's like we didn't actually lose that game at home to Oklahoma anymore which was at least a tiny consideration for why tOSU didn't make the CFP that year. Thanks Nick!
True, but I think TX will win.
Although, I would settle for Iowa winning the rest of their games so we can beat them by 50+ in the B1G CG.
Ohio State needs to win the rest of their games. Cincinnati needs to win the rest of their games and play in a New Year's Six Bowl Game. Minnesota needs to win the rest of their games until the B1G CG. That is all.
Don't worry about it. It was pretty weird seeing empty bleachers at an OSU-U? game. But, since it was 1967 and both teams were worse than Indiana and Purdue that year I guess it makes a little sense. 10 years later I was at the U?-Iowa game and it was a hole to a hole in there. Present company excepted, of course.
I guess 100,000+ attendance at U? games only started in the last 50 years.
Are you telling me that Mr. Jingeling played the hero is this movie? I guess he really didn't spend all of his time on Halle's 7th Floor.
I'm sure they'd say all of their players are in the NBA. They do have more than tOSU, but most of them are pretty fringey. But, yeah, I agree, where are they? I guess the only chance they have to be champions is to stay and if it doesn't happen then; what's the point of even trying anymore?
Let's face it, when your team is playing, any win is awesome.
I'd like to see the all black cannonball helmets with all black (no stripes) pants with the scarlet jerseys with the gray sleeves everyone seems to like.
You can play for us or you can lose to us.
College football coaches around the country predict that Ohio State will be one of the nation's best teams once again this season – but not quite one of the four best.
Ummm, no they didn't. They are just saying who they think the top four teams are right now. It's a poll, not a prediction.
Here it comes! The obligatory, "You can either play for us or you can lose to us. Make your choice carefully" I really love that.
Urbs knows Riley is taking the USC job next year and he's trying to get 1st dibs on the OK job that was held by his personal hero Bob Stoops. I wanna say I'm just kidding, but I also really want the crazy people out there to run with this.
Not this trade idea. All of the expiring contracts (Smith, Henson, Delly, Knight, and Clarkson) except for Tristan for Westbrook and Adams. No Sexton. Don’t have to throw in any draft picks, Cavs are doing them enough of a favor taking on those contracts. There won’t be any free agents as good as Russ or Adams next summer. Thompson’s contract comes off next summer and Adams’s the summer after that. Go for it. 3 guard rotation of Russ, Garland, and Sexton. 3 3’s with Cedi, Windler, and Porter Jr. A bunch of big guys led by Love and Nance. Russ becomes a sixth man in two years.
Whatever is not named after Mike Conley or Evan Turner will be named after him.
Most worried about:
1. Nebraska (early road game, really, really, fired up home crowd)
2. itch again
3-15. Everybody else
Well, personally, I feel like that if you play a team in the Regional at their home field (Vanderbilt) instead of at a neutral site (Omaha), that gives a team a huge advantage. Plus, when you tell Vanderbilt that they're playing Ohio State, OMG!!!, or itch again, LOL!!!, they prepare differently.