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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Running on the field after TOSU beat Iowa to win the B1G title!
  • NFL TEAM: Philadelphia Eagles

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Comment 20 Oct 2020

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Comment 20 Oct 2020

The big 12 has all but eliminated themselves, I know Oklahoma State is still undfeated, but they're going to choke at some point.

I don't see any way the SEC gets two in this season. Whether it's Georgia or Florida in the SEC title game, they'll be a two loss team and if it's Georgia, they've already been dominated by Bama.

Right now my guess would be:

1. Clemson
2. Alabama
3. Ohio State
4. Anyone's guess... If the Pac 12 champion is undefeated I think you have to give them that spot.

Comment 20 Oct 2020

Fields throws 5 TDs, but doesn't hit the 300 yard passing mark as he will most likely be on the sideline by mid-way through the 3rd quarters.

Sermon and Teague combine for nearly 200 yards, overall the offense hums to the tune of approx. 600 yards.

Comment 19 Oct 2020

My thoughts were the same, if you remember last year they opened in less than stellar fashion against FAU, everyone thought early on it was a run away, then Ohio State kind of grinded to a hault and at the end they were just looking to not show their hand too much and get out of there with the W secured, then the next week blew the doors off of Cincinnati.

I think Day and co. will see the writing on the wall, it's Nebraska week 1 with a night game against Penn State the following week, don't want to show too much, want to get some of the younger guys some snaps. I think Ohio State wins it definitively without showing everything they can do. 48-13 Buckeyes.

Comment 19 Oct 2020

If we're talking confidence level just to get out of the game in question with a W, assuming good health for the team my confidence is 10/10. Ohio State is just that much better than the rest of the conference.

If we're talking confidence level to go in and smack the opposing team around, impose the will of the Buckeyes, and dominate, I'll break that down here:

October 24th: Nebraska (38)  8.5/10
October 31st: @Penn State (6)  6.5/10
November 7th: Rutgers (82)  10/10
November 14th: @Maryland (91)  10/10
November 21st: Indiana (20)  8.5/10
November 28th: @Illinois (61)  9/10
December 5th: @Michigan State (73)  7.5/10 
December 12th: Michigan (17) 8/10

I think Ohio State, again assuming good health for the team, walks into Indy with no losses, and no really super close W's either.

Comment 15 Oct 2020

I think Harbaugh is great because his persona, and personality, as unlikeable as it is, makes the game a fun watch with all the stuff leading up too it, and then he's good enough to us to not be as good as Urban Meyer or Ryan Day and get his ass whipped.

Comment 15 Oct 2020

There are so many of these guys, right off the top of my head DeMario McCall comes to mind. He just hasn't found his role in the offense yet.

I think there are two ways to look at this, guys who never met their potential vs. guys who were never really put in the best possible position to succeed, or guys who were better players that sat behind guys that were older than them that should've been on the field ahead of those veteran players.

Michael Thomas, arguably didn't get used to the best of his ability/potential because of the offense and JT's limited ability to get the ball downfield consistently. Talent wise, can't deny he should've been 1k yards 9+ TDs every season.

Malik Hooker and Marshon Lattimore were held back by having guys ahead of them and for Lattimore a little more with the injuries, but to only get 1 year out of guys that good is a bit of a letdown.

I'd put Eric Glover-Williams in the McCall category too.