No doubt Painterlad. I try not to complain to much about things like this, but after re watching the game last night, the holding was pretty much on every play and very obvious. Pretty bad officiating. Good thing it didn't matter to the scoreboard.
Cincy + 4.5
Georgia -25.5 (not sure I like this hook though)
Thanks for the Rick Roll Ramzy!!
Thanks for getting it up on iTunes. I will listen on my way home from work today. Also, where the hell is my Dubcast this week?
I can't help remembering that the last 2 times we played and beat them, we also took home the National Championship!
There's an opening in Indy!
Phi, your last point is spot on. Last year, for some odd reason, they had the secondary calling the plays in and setting up the defense. This year it will once again be the responsibility of the MLB to "QB" the defense. I think Tuf will shine here and this will be critical for their success. I also believe that Browning has never picked up this aspect of the game up and has kept him from being everything everyone thinks he could be.
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I'm hoping that we get Meyer's least favorite play of the game now.
When you have a HOF QB , sure , you don't need an elite back. When your QB is Dak Prescott, maybe you do?
I trust the guys who actually evaluate talent and watch games and tape. I listen to the 247 Cover 3 podcast for real takes. Those guys know these players and have evaluated them since high school and all the camps. 3 of the 4 guys on their picks for the playoffs, have the Buckeyes in. Also, only one of them (the one that didn't pick OSU) is buying Michigan being better than a 2 to 3 loss team this year.
Also, I don't see their skill position players, outside of Patterson, really fitting the mold of a spread team. Their receivers are mostly big, lanky , pro style guys. Also, still mediocre at best at running back. That O line will be good though.
Agreed. Maybe not a ton of yards, but I'm pretty confident he scores more than 2 touchdowns.
I work Labor Compliance for a large GC here in Southern California and look at payrolls all day long. The trades make great money and benefits plus have the backing of a union. While there are triple digit temperature days when I don't envy those guys, I wish I had been shown that as a career path in my formative years. Plus you get to point at amazing builds like multi million/billion sports arenas and say "I helped build that!"
Agreed 100%. Was coming in to say this.
I have the feeling that if Urban had stayed, that Harrison would have went elsewhere.
I believe l heard Deibler say he was getting married.
I agree that Kaleb needs to remain posed and not make dumb mistakes, but damn that dude was straight mauled most nights with no whistle. Yet he would sneeze and pick up a foul. It's like B10 refs do not know how to officiate a big offensive post player at all.
This, and get off the field on 3rd downs. It seemed that the defense would make 2 good to great plays and get teams behind the chains and then give up the 3rd and long conversion.
Same NorCal. I have to brave the 405 to get home from work, so I might need to leave a little early is all.
I'm thinking he's going to look a lot like Deshaun Watson and I'm completely OK with that.
Hopefully Day avoids Meyer's other costly mistakes like not getting young talent on the field over "favorites". I also firmly believe we would not be getting high caliber QB's to come if Meyer stays. If any QB recruit paid attention to how Haskin's Heisman caliber year was handled by Meyer, I believe they would look elsewhere. He had the most prolific OSU and BIG QB of all time and he didn't stump for him hardly at all. I don't care if he thought he was using his 'tricks" to keep Dwayne motivated, he should have used every opportunity he had to say " look at my Heisman QB", instead he kept bringing up Tate every chance he got. I will forever be vexed by that.
Keep it going J.K.! I want to see some more of those wheel routes on Saturday!
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