He was an OSU legacy.
there would have to be some to wash away
He was an OSU legacy.
Haha buckeyes are frustrated on D yelling at each other. Soft as hell.
Osu defense is bad, for being undefeated they are pretty bad
Is too bad to let msu blow it.
We all know Ohio is going to win this game. Nothing goes wrong for them anymore. They will win and somehow squeak out a win in the natty.
Osu's defense is terrible, Sparty wins by 2 td's
Did we recruit Joey bosa? He's a freshman? Damn
Yes, we were in his final group.
Chance mone will be as ready as he apparently was?
Bosa was a consensus top 50 player. We haven't had anyone quite that high other than Derrick Green, who might have been pretty damn good with a decent line and more carries. Mone is around 80 according to 247's composite ranking. Hopefully he can get in great shape as an EE and make a big impact next year. We need that line to be better in the middle.
OSU's backfield is soooooooo bad...
That Brady Hoke is somewhere crying himself to sleep realizing the rest of the conference is moving on without Michigan if changes aren't made. This is so frustrating
about how to improve Michigan? As much as as this angers you imagine what it does to a guy whose job it is to play and beat these teams..
MGoAway and take Debbie and Nancy with you?
Looks like we're not the only team that will refuse to check into something when an obvious blitz is on the way
That was thug little move after Brown was tackled on the punt return.
Son of a fuck, Miller scrambling is the only thing they have.
ugg... what the hell Sparty... no time for the D to go to sleep
This might be what defeats them.
Or it will end up with Miller getting slammed and knocked out of the game.
Somehow I think OSU is okay with Guiton taking over in that circumstance.
PLease throw an INT to shut Gus up
This offense for OSU looks familiar - its called Denard Robinson :)
MSU didn't have any problems with that.
MSU has to respect Hyde. They had no RB at UM they had to respect.
Actually, Denard almost never scrambled on passing downs. If he would have, he could have been a Heisman QB.
c##k do these announcers suck?
Like, at one time or per day?
Not much, fool. Gus Johnson is a boss.
Marky no longer smiling.
I know we're supposed to love Meyer's offense, but I surely can't be the only person who's noticed that an empty backfield is pretty much a guaranteed QB draw, right?
Man, Shazier and Bullough bring so much to the MIKE position.
Tell shazier that he is losing by 10, shut the fuck up.
If OSU can get the ball back and get a TD it opens up 2nd half nicely as they get the ball. I think the 2nd TD by MSU sort of shocked OSU awake a bit. But MSU D has relegated OSU O to playground offense. Broken down plays by Miller is the offense.
Sparty fans getting cocky on the old social media. Dear God, am I really about to root for Ohio?
Love seeing MSU stick it to Ohio, who is terribly overrated. They're melting down at 11W. Here's a good quote from one of their threads:
How will us OSU fans get over this. This is the only game on our schedule that let us prove that we belonged. Everyone (all the SEC fans) are gonna eat this shit up
If Ohio wins, I think Auburn passes them up after today. But even if I was guaranteed Auburn would pass them, I still want to see Ohio lose.
I also think this game goes a long way to show the power of a dominant defense, and that Michigan has a long way to get there.
How dominant does a D have to be if an O can actually do something to help out. I dont think you need a dominant D, just a D that can maintain and get stops when they need it.
A loss team is not passing an undefeated team. It has never happened before. It certainly won't happen when the 1 loss team has an awful defense and got hammered by a 3 loss team.
I wish michigan took joey bosa when he wanted to come here
Wanted to come here?
aparently he tried to committ, but Hoke didn't let him
You have to be thinking about Tommy Schutt. Bosa was NEVER in danger of going anywhere but OSU.
yeah, it was schhutt
I think that was Schutt...not Bosa. It was because we had Pipkins.
It was about the time I started following recruiting, but I think you're thinking of Tommy Schutt? I'm quite certain Bosa never wanted to come to Michigan. He took a visit to OSU, proceeded to go to Michigan, tweeting that he was visiting the "school up north". Named a top 2 of OSU and Mich and quickly committed to OSU. A lot of people even think he named Michigan in the top two just to stoke the rivalry flames.