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  1. Probably vandalized by those associated with UM. Just like Robin Williams did in the movie “Best of Times” to get his own people feeling disrespected. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Pay no mind.
  2. As good as tOSU is running and slinging it — the only hope most defenses have to slow or stop them is for them to stop themsevles. This pretty much begins and ends with the o-line. As long as the o-line isn’t committing penalties and is halfway doing their job, there’s not much a defense can do. Focus on EW&F and TreVeyon and Miyan will get you. Focus on the run and Stroud will find one of those receivers — or Ruckert. As you said, pick your poison. If the Buckeyes defense can be just pretty good — they are gonna be tough for any team to beat.
  3. Hopefully Ryan Day is a good enough coach to scheme out the only hope TTUN has in disrupting his offense. I believe he is.
  4. Nobody living outside of GA knows or has heard of any place inside GA beyond Atlanta and Augusta. For good reason. There are probably a lot of folks born and raised in GA that have never heard of it either. Also for good reason.
  5. And Stroud still put up most those numbers in a single half. Nobody else did, despite how bad MSU is defensively. As for taking the Big 10 seriously, you mean like when tOSU tore up Bama’s defense on the way to winning the Nat’l title in 2014? Pretty sure those were “playoff games” against “real talent”. You’re suffering from selective amnesia.
  6. Everyone knows it to be true EXCEPT inbred GA fan. And there’s no helping them.
  7. Cen10 is probably the 2nd or 3rd best team in the country. Hell, they nearly beat #1 or #2. Of course they’d destroy GA’s best.
  8. The defense gave up way too much, but the offense was nearly flawless. As good an offensive performance as you’ll see most Saturday’s. Purdue didn’t have much of chance to even slow down the Buckeyes. Ryan Day showed mercy kneeling on the ball at the end. Defenses sure are in a pickle deciding whether to sell out on TreVeyon Henderson and the running game or worrying more about Stroud, Wilson, Olave and Smith-Njigba.
  9. Not true. I simply acknowledged they’ve been playing close, tough games. Because of that and how tOSU has been playing, I didn’t expect a boat race as others did. I also acknowledged that tOSU isn’t deserving of a playoff spot right now. So my comments regarding NEB aren’t to build them up. They aren’t a good team. Mediocre at best. By record, they aren’t even that. As I already said, the game shouldn’t have been close. Unimpressive W. CINN had one of those too against Tulsa. Even less impressive than when tOSU beat them by 21. Tulsa lost to UC Davis of the FCS. Any team worthy of a top 4 spot should have annihilated Tulsa. CIN and tOSU didn’t.
  10. That’s not reality, just your perspective. Big difference there. Having said that, I do agree that tOSU’s road win @NEB wasn’t very impressive. While NEB has been playing opponents tough, the Buckeyes have so much more talent that the game shouldn’t have been as competitive as it was. That’s kinda how their season has gone thus far, though. They didn’t dominate Minnesota or Tulsa as they should have either. Good news is they are playing freshman at several key positions, who have all shown improvement. The defense has also shown a lot of improvement. They just might be a much better team in a few weeks than they are now. But I agree that as of right now they aren’t deserving of a playoff spot. However the path to it is right in front of them. If they run the table, including winning the B10 championship, they’ll be deserving.
  11. He sure won today. His team beat the media darlings of the AFC. They should have beaten Cincinnati nearly 6 weeks ago and easily could have 3 wins now. Still, not bad for a team that only won 1 last season and had lost 20 consecutive. Jimmy Johnson’s Cowboys won just 1 game his 1st season and didn’t beat a team as good as BUF. If the Jags defense can play anywhere close to level they played at today (for the remainder of the season) there are potentially 3-4 additional W’s on their schedule. If that happens, Urb just might be ok.
  12. He has no clue. Major bias is shining through. Happy Gilmore may be a hot commodity right now, but he wasn’t a good HC for tOSU and wasn’t that great of an assistant or co-DC. Cincinnati isn’t worthy of a top 4 spot. But neither are my Buckeyes.
  13. Circumstances he inherited? That’s rich. You mean a roster of players that went 12-1 the season before he was HC then went 12-0 the season after he was let go? Happy Gilmore dragged the program down to its ONLY sub-.500 record since 1988. With a roster that went 24-1 before and after him. You don’t get to use tattoo-gate as an excuse, as the roster was still LOADED. You’re giving us Buckeyes fans a bad name and really need to STFU. Cause you’re clearly the ignorant douche in this scenario. As you were.
  14. Cincinnati is who most skeptics thought they were. They needed a braindead slide by Tulsa’s QB and then a goal line fumble to hold on against TULSA — a team that lost to FCS UC Davis. People forget that their head coach was 6-7 at Ohio State in between Tressell and Meyer. The only losing record tOSU has suffered in forever. Cincinnati and Happy Gilmore are vastly overrated. The crying for Argentina needs to stop.
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