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Sorry if I missed this in another thread, but didnt see anything specifically with details?
Anyone hear if it's serious?
Let's do a countdown for the 500 things we love about Ohio St!
Here it is
500. - I love how osu fans make our fans look so much classier by comparison!
499. How Ohio sends to Michigan all of the great players and coaches because frankly, who would want to go to OSU and deal with their crazy fans?
498. For recruiting Pryor away from us, thus preventing us from making a big mistake!
A 4-loss tOSU team came into the Big House and toppled a heavily favored Michigan squad in 2001. That tOSU team was coming off of a tough loss at home as well.
All is not f&#*ed here. Anything those dingle-berries from the asscrack of America can do, we can do better. Light 'em up Denard Robinson.
PS - Lighting a candle for Stonum's knee. That didn't look good in slow mo.
Time to enjoy something other than reading about the misery of others. Go Sports. OSU V Iowa, NW v Ill, Stanford v Cal amongst others.
Well, we just lost convincingly to the best team in the Big Ten. That being said, I noticed a lot of positive/neutral things in this game and I'd be curious to know what you all think as well. Please save bitching, sarcasm and FIRE RROD for other threads. This thread is meant to be a change of pace from the tsunami of negativity otherwise on the board.
That being said:
- Denard broke 2 NCAA records today: He is the first 1500/1500 NCAA QB in history, and now holds the NCAA major college single-season rushing record for a QB
- Michigan scored 28 pts in a half against Wisconsin-- perhaps we were more warmed up by then, or Denard's deep ball was finally falling? Either way, hopefully we can carry some momentum forward to next week
- The defense forced 2 turnovers against a team with 7 on the season (!)
- Drew Dileo and Darryl Stonum were returning kickoffs more so than Gallon. Following the injury to Stonum I think we see why he doesn't regularly return them, but after seeing Gallon's fumble, I think we might be seeing a turn towards the safer and more reliable Dileo.
- No disastrous picks from Denard in this game; his balls batted by Watt were unfortunate, but not dangerously thrown. The facepalm underthrown balls of the past few weeks were greatly cut down this week.
- Denard did a better job with QB draws and otherwise attempting to run when everyone was covered this week. It was a refreshing positive to see the coaching staff notice and presumably address his poor (non) running habits during designed pass plays this week.
- We were in a horrifying position at the end of the first half following Gallon's fumble inside our 30, but James Rogers baited Tolzien to throw and then picked off the pass, preventing a sure TD. Nice to see some mindgames being played by our secondary for a change; bodes well for the development. Also, way to respond! Our defense has heart/swagger this year even when things are going badly.
What else did y'all notice about the game in the positive/neutral category?