Rough day in Iowa City yesterday, but I was pleased to see Ledee and Ahrens playing more minutes. I think they will be good players before long. Ledee took a few bad shots but he had some good looks as well and those will start to fall. Ahrens hit a three and you could just see it, he can shoot. Still optimistic here.
They do have John Belein, whom I have a lot of respect for, but I think Chris Holtmann and Scoonie Penn will continue to elevate the tOSU program during the coming years. So no envy here.
Here's the not-so-quiet Jim, with apologies if this has been used too frequently here
Coach Fick is hoping UC means something other than “University of Cincinnati” in your post.
I like Jalen Hurts. BTW, can he play basketball?
In all seriousness, hope he finds the team that is best for him.
Great example of how context matters.
Good movie, but let no one get the idea that it's a comedy. Quite the opposite.
So, now it can be told, since Schiano is gone?
Bears would have won by 7?
Yep, they have it coming.
They don't like being in Santa Clara, which is like traveling to another planet for them.
Hadn't really seen him play before last week, but gotta say, he's really good. Ka-ching.
Would prefer that both teams lose. Only way that can happen is a good thunderstorm, but they are going to get lucky and sneak this thing in between storms, sure enough. I know, I know, I'm a terrible person.
I’m always a big fan of guys who don’t come in as blue-chippers but keep working hard and improving to where they can help the team and maybe even become a starter. Was happy to see Mr. Alabi have himself a good Rose Bowl, good for him.
It's none of his business who else the school is talking to.
Not going to beat that team when your seniors aren't able to play, be it physically or mentally, and you have no front court depth.
Their Ahrens had a good game, maybe our Ahrens should have had more of a chance?
Luther did a good job on Winston for a while, but just could not contain him in the second half.
I'll just add, I try not to complain about officiating these days but it wasn't easy today.
Looks like Coach Izzo poured a little gasoline on Cassius at halftime, he's taking over the game.
This one and others may have actually hatched, but it seems like there has been a lot of chicken-counting going on.
I have watched it many times as well. One of the best door-slammers ever.
I think the whole team lost focus after the score went to 28-3, but the O-line was doing pretty well up to that point. The thing is, I know Mike Weber must have gotten some second half carries, but I really don't have a specific recollection of seeing him after halftime. Thought maybe he might have gotten the running game back on track but it seemed like nothing worked in the fourth quarter.
I thought Alabi did a good job filling in for Munford and agree that Davis was even better.
Plan to fire up the DVR and watch the whole game again this weekend.
Done it before, don't remember waiting quite that long, but I know it does require a lot of patience. To some extent this is a matter of geography, because there just isn't room to park many cars next to that stadium and there are only so many ways in and out of there.
I enjoyed this one from the comfort of my living room, for a variety of reasons including we hosted some friends who happened to have flown in from Cbus to visit family. I know, I know, it may be a long time before I have another chance to see the Buckeyes in the Rose Bowl.
So sorry to hear that. His family should be very proud of his courage and what he accomplished.
Joe says, no problem!