things go poorly
Slow day on the board and I saw this while browsing various blogs and thought it was worth a share, as IIRC we did something similar with the Wizard of Oz a few years back.
The premise is that the Michigan Martians (so thats where I put my giant maize and blue flag at) kidnap a Ohio cheerleader and then the band sets about on a journey to get her back....more than likely she's a blonde and Keith Stone says we only think about the brunette girls so nice try Ohio.
(if someone could embed, thanks in advance)
Looks like Urbs is in a similar position to the one we were in last weekend*, and were in for nearly the whole season two years ago. You've got an electric, multidimensional quarterback who can make plays with his arm or his feet, but really hurts you worse with his feet. You don't really have much of a second option. So you run him over and over again. This hurts said electric, multidimensional quarterback, and makes it less likely he'll play through the entire season. You wring your hands, but you still don't really have a second option to run the ball effectively. Article here.
Disclaimer: I don't want anyone, even someone who plays for Ohio, to get hurt. Rather, I bring this up because of the familiarity of the situation to things we've dealt with, and continue to deal with. I'm also curious what Ohio could potentially do to keep Miller healthy and still win football games. Looking forward to our matchup, what can and should we do to capitalize on this situation--as many quality defenses capitalized on our one-dimensionality in 2010?
*I'm going to stay positive, and hope this is more Fitz being rusty than our O-line being mediocre.
He just posted a picture on Twitter.
I love this class.
We all heard about the "Beat Ohio" chant that Team 134 did at NFTC. The video can be found here:
Per Bruce Feldman and Luke Zimmerman via Twitter
"The Charles Eric Waugh saga has come to its logical conclusion. As first pointed out by twitter user Bryan McClure (ironically by mass/spam messaging multiple sports and college football writers), Waugh was formally booked in the Boyd County Detention Center on one count of probation violation and another for failing to comply with the sexual offender registration.
Waugh could still additionally face a Class A misdemeanor for his use of social networks with members under the age of 18 and coupled with the two other charges should turn into prison time (particularly considering that he was previously allowed to avoid any for agreeing to the probation in the first place).
While the ramifications (including but not limited to Alex Anzalone's decommitment) continue to linger and it remains probable that the events of the last week turn into a cautionary tale for college athletic departments across the country, hopefully this is the last time we hear of Waugh."