If they stopped contradicting and started constructing by now they'd be done.
Harbaugh has his quirks and seems like a genuinely weird dude, but that video is awesome. It's pure "dad" and completely wholesome. I love it. Those are the best moments between father and son (and the rest of the family).
Also, give me the cushiest opening to the season. We end up undefeated playing that schedule or 3 straight top 10 teams it doesn't matter, they'll still rank us behind Bama and Clemson and we'll still be in the playoffs.
We have some seriously awesome classic jerseys at tOSU but those all-whites with the black stripes are straight sick.
I don't think there's been inconsistency when it comes to the actual selection for the playoffs. I've never seen a team get left out because of a "weak" OOC, not once.
They may have said it was important but their actions dictated otherwise.
I like that we play tough OOC oppoenents at least once a year (usually, this year is a tad weaker in comparison).
However, if my goal was to put us, or just a Big Ten team in the playoffs, I'm scheduling one team like Cincy, 8 conference games, and 3 cupcakes exactly like how Bama does it.
Bama doesn't get penalized for it and they will ride that train as long as they possibly can and even in down years where they don't deserve it they get into the playoffs.
Don't hate the player, hate the game.
You're assuming tOSU would want to match an offer another school makes for Urban. Urban isn't going to another school as anything but a HC. I don't see him being an AD.
I had read about that McLaurin catch in a few places and figured some of it was hyperbole. After watching the catch...how did he actually catch it? That was nuts.
Haskins to McLaurin is going to be a great partnership for the next few years.
But he also wants to play football at a high level so he couldn't choose Michigan.
I honestly don't know whether to take this as a joke post and appreciate the irony, or an honest post and feel sad.
Would a series of Booms typically happen during/right after this weekend that we should look forward to, or will it take a few months?
I've definitely noticed this trend too. But I feel like we still have a solid variety of player types at the WR/H-back positions. Yes, we probably have more big-body, catch everything guys that maybe don't take it to the house from 70 yards out. But we still have those guys.
It's just a natural transition from the Meyer RPO/JT Barrett offense to the RPO/pocket passer offense it sounds like we'll have now. We need guys who can go up and get it every play, and run their routes perfectly.
Do it! Games (good ones) in the Horseshoe are incredible, especially since you haven't been to a "loud" game with the increased seating capacity.
Agree with almost everything, but PSU has had a pretty stud WR/TE for most years recently that I can remember. Their offense as a whole isn't a crazy passing offense but they have always gotten their one or two playmakers the ball as much as they can. A #1 WR could go there and do good things.
Without McSorley that may change, all things being said.
Here in Atlanta I don't really have a favorite, I usually order Domino's.
In Columbus where I grew up it's definitely Donatos/Rubinos and then everyone else.
All time wins is all they have to hang their hats on now. But I haven't run into a Michigan fan claiming superiority over anybody in the last few years. Most of their fans, in my experience, were excited for Harbaugh and sure they'd be better, and are now resigned to never being able to win more than 10 games and never making the playoffs.
History matters some but doesn't matter when it comes to trash talking or bragging rights.
I just don't understand the Angkor over this.
I'm not sure of the substitution rules in something like the World Cup, but after a certain point they should be allowed to put any subs in they want so the starters aren't out there anymore.
13-0 is nuts and each goal is important and should be celebrated. It's not the team's fault that the competition couldn't keep up. Did they comfort/thank the opponents for a good game afterwards and were they good sports at the end? If so, lighten up.
It's nuts to think that...when it really comes down to what we "need" from another team it might be an LB here or there, Rondale Moore, and Jonathan Taylor (and we don't "need" him but he's just too good to pass up). Our two-deep across the board for the most part includes people better than the best at any one position on these other teams. Unreal.
Probably shouldn't call the guy who is out with a hammy tweak, and missed most of his last season with an injury 'invincible'...but that's just me.
Are...are you high?
That's like saying "well we gave up a lot of big passing touchdowns last year. Michael Thomas' catch from Evan Spencer against Bama really doesn't mean much anymore. Also Holy Buckeye is meh now too."
New coach (and better, presumably), new scheme, and a year of growth physically and mentally.
Arnette is going to be fine. If he's the "worst" in our secondary and has typical year-to-year improvement our secondary is going to be dirty.
If following the true meaning of MVP it has to be Clarrett. We don't make the NC without him, and we certainly don't come close to winning it if he wasn't there.
There were so many great players on that team but having a dependable ball carrier like him that year was most essential.