Jimmy's planning a sleepover with the kid, as soon as the social distancing requirement ends and he is allowed to do it.
The Michigan fans knew their team was going to get hammered by the Buckeyes, so they figured they might as well get hammered, too.
Let's not forget the OSU men's hockey team beat the team up north in three of the four games they played this season in the Big Ten.
Ohio State starts Justin Fields, a Heisman candidate, at quarterback this fall. The Team Up North’s starting quarterback is either Milton or McCaffery, two very unproven quarterbacks who barely played last year as Super Shea’s backup. So they can beat us, eh????? Buckeyes have a HUGE! advantage at quarterback and likely in most if not all positions. Dream on, Josh!
The NCAA might be investigating Sparty. That could be one reason Fickell turned them down.
Ya think Jim Bollman might want the job? Ha, ha!
Yes, that one Toledo Central Catholic team won 56-52. Burrow lit up my alma mater but the Irish lit up his team for 654 yards, 501 on the ground to win the state title in Division II. Glad to see the record set straight and the game portrayed accurately.
Hairball has to go up to Minny next fall to play the Gophers. Should be very interesting. Fleck has a good quarterback. Right now, Hairball doesn't have a QB worth mentioning.
The TTUN slappies up north think OSU cheats because Fields is taking courses online. I've seen those comments, so I know they are true. These Walmart Nation fans up in AA and Detroit don't know that their school also offers courses online. It's true. You can look it up, you *ichigan trolls on this site.
13-0 and another Big Ten championship are the goals no doubt for next year, and they are attainable with all the talent coming back. The playoffs, of course, are another season. And I'm not even worried about the final game of the regular season against TTUN. We have the better quarterback and overall talent and coaching. None of Harbaugh's QBs scare me.
Agree with you. But what did the referee want from the play? Did he want Okudah to let him go and then try to tackle him? If Jeff lets him go, the guy runs away from our guy. The call on the field was the right call. The review blew it. That reversal of the fumble/touchdown was the worst call I've seen in a long time. SEC officials, of course. They have hated the Buckeyes since they beat Alabama five years ago in the playoffs.
I'm sure Captain Khakis will troll the transfer list the next day after his ass-whipping from Alabama.
I don't know how that list omitted a player from the school up north. They always have a Heisman winner on it, especially in August. I know it's way too early for summer yet but I nominate one of their quarterbacks, Dylan McCaffrey, for the way, way too early Heisman list. And isn't always in the summer when the team up north wins the Heisman, only to have it grabbed away from them every year in November?
Hasn't anyone told young Stroud that those who go to the team up north will never beat Ohio State and will never be champions of the Big Ten?
Georgia was overrated at #4. Oklahoma should have been there ahead of the Dawgs. But what's done is done. You play the cards you're dealt now. Go out there and beat Clemson. That's all the Buckeyes should be preparing for now. Go Bucks!
To those Walmart Wolver-weenies out there who troll this site and post all the time about their team's way-in-the-past greatness and academic standards, tell me who replaces Shea 0-for-2-against-Ohio State Patterson? McCaffery and Milton are next men up, so says their roster. Harbaugh rarely played them all year long. And McCaffery was banged up against Wisconsin. Milton looks good with a clipboard in his hand and a headset on his head. Looks like Hairball will have to troll the transfer portal again to get a QB. And Ohio State has the next Heisman Trophy winner in Justin Fields for next year, along with sidekicks like Master Teague, Olave, Wilson, et. al. to light up the scoreboard again. My money is on us to beat up those Weasels one more time in 2020.
Don't sell TTUN short here. We whipped their asses last year and they will be ready for us. They are playing good football now. But we are still better than them. Nine points on the betting line is pretty good to take. I'll be happy to beat them by any point spread, one point or 20 points. A win over those weasels is a win, period, no matter by whatever the margin is.
TTUN will find a way to beat Michigan State only because Dantonio's offense is more prehistoric than Harbaugh's. Ann Arbor will have a tougher time beating Indiana than Sparty.
I'd call TTUN's win over Illinois, the Frightening Illini, a near-choke.
Iowa goes 8-4 for the regular season, gets their heads handed to them by a similar 8-4 SEC team in a bowl game, and Ferentz gets a 2-year extension on his contract to stay on as the Hawkeyes' head coach.
TTUN still has the same speed level as last year: two strides behind the other team.
I think Day could run the same plays this year against them as he did last year and the Buckeyes would still score 49 points.
scUM isn't even a hockey school now. They were when Red Berenson was their coach. He retired a couple of years ago, and the program is not that good now.
This "revelation" is nothing but yesterday's breakfast. Let's play some football, PLEASE!!!!!
With temps at 30 degrees with a few snow flurries at Camp Randall. That would be the ideal weather for the Bamas to play in Wisconsin. Real scenario: Late September and 65 degrees in Madison.
Hairball's still seething over getting his butt kicked last year by Meyer. All the goofy one is doing is firing up the Buckeyes for The Game to give him another butt kicking. It may not be 62-39, but I will take 42-21 over that team and goofy coach up north.