I'm an Ohioan and I don't care where Meyer is getting his players. Ohio hasn't been that productive in producing enough players to fill even one-half of his recruiting list in recent years. Look at 2018's roster. Go to Florida, Texas, wherever to get your players, coach. I'll always support his choices of players, whether there out of state or are from Ohio.
Just remember those Meeeeeshigan kids were on the 2017 defense that lost five games, and in all five of those games, the defense blew leads.
Mid-January is when the Wolver-weenies always make everyone's top ten lists and Heisman trophy candidates lists. Then October and November of the real football season -- not the fake one that is going on right now -- come around and you can't find that team up north anywhere in the running for the Big Ten title and Heisman Trophy.
I still have my Toledo beats Michigan t-shirt.
I'll never root for that team up north, period. I hope Notre Dame beats them by 2 touchdowns next fall.
No. I will never root for the team up north. But I will root for the rest of the Big Ten in bowl games.
Rodgers would retire immediately before playing for the Clowns.
The NCAA lets North Carolina skate free after they pass their basketball players with C's to maintain eligibility even after it's proven the players didn't even attend the classes. And OSU gets hit with a ticky-tack violation in recruiting. The NCAA is a joke.
You just brought up material about him that no one else did. Good job! The talking heads at ESPN have just about given him a Heisman trophy for next year. He's a drive killer with all those interceptions he's thrown.
Speight should be allowed to transfer to any school he wants to play for. That's freedom of choice. Is there anything in his commitment papers he signed that bars him from attending a school that is one of TTUN's opponents? Or are there any other legal documents he signed that would stop him from doing that? I doubt it. But that's the Hairball all the fans up north love so much.
Drake Harris is leaving, too. Just saw it in the Detroit News.
I was thinking he'd have a banner ready for the next game next year. As long as Meyer keeps beating Harbaugh, make a banner with their respective records.
I'm looking forward to his next banner in 2018: Meyer 7-0, Harbaugh 0-4.
Let's win tomorrow afternoon in the Big Outhouse and on the ice again at night. Make it a hat trick of wins over that team up north, Buckeyes!
So-called OSU football fans dumping their tickets to the Sparty game are probably not real, true Buckeye fans in the first place. They jump on the bandwagon when they are winning, proclaiming to the Buckeye Nation how big a fan they are. And they are the first ones to jump off it when the team loses a game...and I mean one game, not two or three in a row. They are not in it for the long haul, just short-term immediate gratification.
TTUN beat Rutgers, the same Rutgers team Ohio State whipped 58-zip. TTUN fans shouldn't get that excited about the sub QB, but they will. They need to grasp anything to make them feel good about another season in which they do not win another Big Ten title.
scUM's defense was overrated from the start. Just look up all the teams they played before Penn State. Outside of Air Force, none of them have any firepower to match the Buckeyes and Nittany Lions powerful offenses. That's why that team up north looked so great defensively. They were lucky enough to play teams with lousy offenses.
Penn State just proved to all of the college football world that the Michigan defense was overrated and most certainly overhyped by a national media that should have done its homework -- checking previous opponents' offensive stats and points per game averages -- before proclaiming Harbaugh's defense to be so great. Penn State proved the Ann Arbor defense is weak. And I hope the Buckeyes can run up a similar big score on Harbaugh later next month.
And don't forget Dantonio bagged his offense in the second half with all the rain falling down on the field. That's another reason why scum's defense looked so good.
Great win for Sparty over Hairball. Don't sell Sparty short when they come here next month to play the Buckeyes.
I can't wait to hear the alibis from Hairball.
"Multiple weeks" can be anywhere from two weeks to the end of the season. Harbaugh has given us a lot to read into.
Worst. Pass defense. Ever. At Ohio State. I'm glad Army runs the ball on almost every play. I'll bet the Army coaches now wish they had a passing attack.
The Rockets go to Miami this year.
Florida again proved they have an offense that can't move the ball across the street. Zaire showed why he isn't a Buckeye, and I'm glad Meyer didn't take him. The Notre Dame reject also proved why he never started for the Irish. Deshone Kizer, now of the Browns, proved he was definitely the better QB there. Meeeeshigan's defense is good but it sure helps that the other team has a pathetic offense. And that's all on the shoulders of McElwain, a not that good of a head coach. His Gators will get killed if they have to play Alabama in the SEC title game.
Tom Herman's honeymoon is over at Texas. Those Longhorn fans down there will not stand for any more games from his team if they keep playing like they did against Maryland. 6-6 and an undeserved trip to a low-level bowl game will not cut it in Austin.
scUM is no longer maize and blue but yellow mustard and blue. My color TV will blind me if I watch any more than two minutes of those unis.
Burrow's injury settles the question of who will back up Barrett at QB.