No I know it was garbage time and a crappy team but my point is he flashed in that opportunity and seemed to be progressing but at Miami, he just did nothing. Seems like he made the wrong decision going there.
Well, and Clarett was actually an historic freshman back who won us a Natty. At least Clarett lived up to the hype while he was here. But yes, I’m glad he’s doing well. He’s written multiple books and I’ve heard him speak, he is extremely intellectual and introspective. I was very impressed with him.
What’s interesting is he had moments where he balled out in his limited time here. Didn’t he go ten for ten passing and have a long throwing and rushing TD in one game? While I would never have taken him over Haskins, Burrow, or Fields, I thought he could have a decent career somewhere. Miami seems to have been the wrong decision. Hoping he can find a place where he can have some success on the field and where it will set him up for life after college.
Hopefully this doesn’t empower that hack reporter who called out Okudah during the combine.
I also recall in 2018 that we had opportunities to keep adding TDs but Meyer totally took his foot off the gas at the end. We could have scored 70+ on them that game if Meyer wanted to. He showed mercy. The Mgo comments reflected that they knew this too. Many comments saying how they knew OSU could have beaten them by much worse when some of their fans were saying that the game was closer than the score lol.
I have an annual tradition where I read through their entire game thread after OSU beats them and soak every last bit of enjoyment up. It’s so much fun to do.
Anyone else concerned about going to State College week 2? I have that as our toughest game of the season. Would have been nice to get that one week 4 or 5.
That was the worst thing he said was that it won’t be revisited. Had he maintained a stance of being open to ideas and flexibility, then this reversal wouldn’t have been him eating so much crow and making it seem as though everyone EXCEPT him were a part of the solution. He was obviously a roadblock to getting this back up and running.
Exactly, running his mouth as though he had the better team last year.
Somewhere, Trevor Lawrence is thinking: “fuck!”
I had heard he has not. That report ended up being incorrect. But, then, who knows
Same here, my fellow SS
I am recalling the same. I couldn’t recall which year it was (2018?) but I recall our run game was down and they were too tall to get strong leverage on the d-linemen and couldn’t make their reads for the run option.
<Checks notes> This is the correct solution.
That is what my inner-brain has been thinking
Mitch Daniels seemed to have made his initial vote based very sincerely on the medical info he was receiving at the time. With the testing having improved, the curve having been flattened a bit, and with some of the medical info having been countered, he’s one who may flip. The one that really surprises me is Minny. They seemed to have a die-hard football culture and a lot of great things going for their team right now. Hoping they will flip as well.
Especially by such a divisive, violent, hate-filled and racist organization. I will not watch any sports organization that supports them or allows them to infiltrate a game in any capacity. I’m happier without it.
I think it hurts the most, not that the Big Ten made their decision, but that there has been no communication or little sense then that has led to a mess.
I’ll second that and add that darn near everyone is playing fall football at the junior high, high school, and college level except the B1G. So, everyone could figure it out except this idiot conference that have their heads stuck up their asses. That’s what hurts me the most.
Dan, did you mean one month ago tomorrow? One day ago tomorrow...is today!
“we just haven’t gotten great communication from the beginning” from the conference since its decision to postpone fall sports, which was made one day ago tomorrow.
See below, I posted a Beavis and Butthead meme. Thought you might appreciate it. :)