We out-athlete them. The staff knows that ttun cant match our speed and they'll take full advantage
Shit, they have guys like Shaun Wade playing as the 3rd corner for this defense... He would be the most prominent player on 95% of all other FBS teams. They have dudes playing backup that would literally start just about anywhere else too. The roster is unbelievably deep. Haven't seen a team this stacked since the turn of the century Canes.
I agree with that. Also, PSU appears to not be as strong as once thought. They've struggled the last several weeks with mediocre opponents. This SHOULD be at least a21 point win.
That's a hilariously disrespectful spread! I bet the idiots in happy valley are salty
His natural talent jumps off the screen. I'm not sure how he only received 3 stars from the recruiting services but whatever. He's here now and there aren't many receivers in the country that are more dangerous than him.
Not a chance. Minnesota by 10
The river of Michigan man tears can be seen from space.
Ryan Day turned out to be a superstar head coach. I was skeptical when he was first named Urban's successor but Day is elite as he was said to be and then some. HC hires are the most crucial aspect for a big time football program and OSU has knocked it out of the park since they hired The Vest. Who really expected the program to get even better after a top 5 all-time coach retired?
Exactly. Top seed is always optimal whenever possible. I see LSU being ranked #1 tonight followed by OSU, Clemson and Alabama/Oregon.
Nice. I have a feeling that no team in the country would whoop Indiana like the bucks did this season. LSU, bama, Clemson and Oklahoma would surely beat them but it wouldn't be as thorough of a beat down. Speaking of LSU - Joe has been impressive but their defense is definitely suspect. I would expect OSU to beat LSU by 10 on a neutral field.
This is exactly how I feel. I think Herbie was reporting what he had been told but it was another fuck up by the university to let their expectations go public. This is the exact kind of shit that could trigger the NCAA to want to prove how big their di*k is by hammering Chase just to show that the can.
Sounds like their sources are drunk nerds at MgoBlow.
Dobbins and Okudah are implicated in a loan they Chase took from a personal friend? Why not just claim Fields was the middle man in all this and he orchestrated it from the bench while at Georgia? That would really get some blood pressures spiking this evening. In all seriousness though, don't worry. If any other players were even mentioned they wouldn't be playing tomorrow. It's not as if OSU decided to sit their best player due to being terrified of sanctions but decided to let other implicated guys play for the hell of it. Think about it. Your family is drunk
I agree 100%. From what little we have learned, this seems to be something that should bring no more than a 1 game suspension. I personally feel that even 1 game is far too harsh, especially when you're dealing with a generational talent who has had zero behavioral issues and happens to be the best player in the country.
This is on the CBS sports page right now...
"NCAA rules say that the infractions committee "may" vacate wins if the wrongdoing is considering bad enough. Worst case scenario for Ohio State, last year's Big Ten title could be impacted. If Young cannot prove a preexisting relationship, any games he played in after accepting the loan would have occured while he was ineligible. Any of those wins would be vacated."
This is such a fu*Ked up situation that somehow seems perfectly normal, especially when we're having a kick ass season.
Surely he referenced that car due to it's legendary time travelling capabilities because it's NOT a fast car at all.
Speaking of dreams --- I had one on Friday night where we were down 15-0 (weird score) to PSU right before halftime. I woke up in a panick
I know what you mean but that Michigan/wiscy game was brutal. Even more brutal than the Michigan/ND game. Wisconsin ass blasted them and army damn near beat them too. I give them credit for stomping an overrated ND team but let's keep it real - Michigan is ass, my dude.
ND has one of the worst passing attacks I've seen out of a top 25 team in a long time. I think Chugunov is better than book. I almost felt bad for him.
Texas just isn't a very good team. They were massively overrated going into their game with LSU. Also, I would say Auburn is the SEC equivalent of Wisconsin. I'd honestly look for the Bucks to hang at least 50 on LSU while giving maybe 17-21.
I remember preferring JK over Cam Akers that cycle. Both were obvious studs but JK just stood out to me, even before he committed.
He is just one of those guys who are all-world in HS but ultimately struggle at the next level. I think Tate's size and lack of arm strength is the reason he hasn't found much success in college.
Great game all around. Impressed with Dobbins as usual but I have to say this again - *MT3 is superstar in the making*. His top end speed (at that size) is what sets him apart.