It's a difference of cultures: Ohio State has a winning culture. Winners preach Excellence, execution, and accountability. So when a loss (rarely) happens, the coach/players identify the problem, take responsibility for it, and pledge to FIX IT.
The culture that Hairball has inherited/implemented at TTUN is one of butt-hurt, trash-talking, self-promoting, kool-aid drinking savior complex. He's also made everyone on that team/in the state believe that they are the best... Problem is, when you face adversity with that mentality, and are shown that you aren't the best, it breaks your brain. and then the whining starts. No accountability, or execution talk, just EXCUSES... You want your fans/recruits/players to respect you Hairball? stop acting like a petulant child.