Actually, quite a few have said it now. No worries though. We don’t think you’re racist. Yet...
Right vs wrong? This is an ethical or moral dilemna? Quite literally, this is a matter of convenience and entertainment. Granted, there are SOME rules in order to maintain organization, but this doesn’t seem to break them. It’s a worthwhile, stand alone subject that does not need to be lumped into whatever accompanying subject matter you personally deem as appropriate.
So yes, the group wins.
Looking for info on message boards is a nuisance. It’s pretty telling that you’re the one with downvotes and not him...
Good to see Iowa finally acquiesced.
I find it interesting how so many fans downplay it. They don’t have to be TTUN in order to be a rival. It doesn’t demean or marginalize the history with TTUN either. It’s OK to have both.
I dislike Auburn the most in all this. Just lose that game against Bama and this never happens. This is basically what the SEC championship game SHOULD have looked like. One of the two would have been eliminated along with Auburn. Instead, here we are, and the lone undefeated in all this is UCF. Now we get to deal with Scott Frost at Nebraska. Yay...
... And then we tell Carman to take a hike because we only want real Buckeyes?
That’s called quitting, folks. This is a seriously garbage fad. It needs to stop.
NO but really. My ideal scenario:
Clemson and Oklahoma both win BIG, leaving the SEC winless in Bowl season
Baker Mayfield gets rulled academically ineligible for being a tool and is forced to give the Heisman back. Their back-up quarterback then leads them to an improbable 100 to nothing win over Clemson, which causes Jackson Carman to flip back to the good guys.
Everyone goes home a winner. Or at least I do :)
Nah. I’m hoping Oklahoma blows all of them outa the water. 100 to 0 each game. I don’t like Baker Mayfield, but I dislike him a lot less than the entire SEC. And Clemson needs to be stopped. They’re gaining too much momentum—don’t really have a problem with Clemson either tho.
Mixed feelings about this one. Part of me hoped we landed him because of the sheer talent level. The other half is staring at red flags left and right. Did this kid just pick a different team to go against the grain? Or because he wants to be under less pressure?
I do find some irony in the decision he made—not wanting to let others dictate his choice. Yet in the end, that appears to be what he did.
We’ll probably never know. This is a total recruiting mindf**k. Either way, good luck to him at Clemson. It’s a great program with a great coaching staff.
Not without those titles, he isn’t.
Agreed, and that’s a problem. Just not necessarily for next season. Certainly hoping we get some serious DE talent in this next recruiting class!
Lavar Ball destroyed his sons huge Nike deal because it wasn’t better for Lavar.
Lavar Ball took his 3-Star bench, riding son out of UCLA because it wasn’t better for Lavar.
Lavar took his son out of Chino Hills HS because it wasn’t better for Lavar.
And yes, Lavar Ball wouldn’t say thank you to the man who got his kid out of a foreign jail because it wasn’t better for Lavar Ball.
I could care less what Forbes thinks about his marketing genius. Lavar Ball cares about Lavar Ball more than anyone else. And he’s a disgusting human being for it. There’s a hot take.
I’m more considered with DT. Cooper, Bosa and Young will be a nice rotation at DE.
Side note; I kinda expected a big Block-O like that to be cordoned off so no one could ever walk on it.
For the record, HandsofSweed didn’t DV you. I did. Keep it classy, Brutus.
I couldn’t agree more. Nebraska—the university and it’s fans deserve better. The B1G West division deserves better. With that said, I also think the Frost camp is throwing up some smoke and mirrors. He’s leading a team that is undefeated and needs to stay focused in order to position themselves for a New Years Six spot. As good as they have looked at times, they still don’t have the margin for error to lose right now. I think that’s why they’re doubling down with staying at UCF.
40? 50? No. Because: 60.
EDIT: Someone beat me to it...
The NCAA picks and chooses their jurisdiction—sometimes based on public outcry.
Saban didn’t last long in the NFL either, but he’s doing just fine in Alabama. Not everything translates. However I still see a problem with Bill Davis and the linebacker corp. Bill Davis was pro guy; not a college guy. The same principle applies. Not everything translates.
11W is rubbing shoulders with some legendary Buckeyes right there. I probably shouldn’t be impressed at this point, but I am.