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|5 years 17 weeks ago||I would assume it's because||
I would assume it's because of the "eat it up" or "I'm hungry" motion he does with his hand when we score. I first noticed it in the Illinois game, and noticed that some of the Nebraska players were mocking it when they made a play early in the game.
Glad they were hungry though, cause they probably got enough Denard to last them a year.
|5 years 19 weeks ago||So many questions will arise||
So many questions will arise from this, but does the B1G have to rename the Paterno-Stagg trophy? So much fallout from this.
|5 years 20 weeks ago||WHO?||
|5 years 20 weeks ago||Looks like they finished one||
Looks like they finished one spot out.
|5 years 27 weeks ago||Going to be tough to stop||
Going to be tough to stop Robert Griffin III and Baylor that day. Damn.
|6 years 7 weeks ago||the "walt williams" look.||
the "walt williams" look. second favorite player now behind novak. what a reference
|6 years 14 weeks ago||Cosigned. I was an undergrad||
Cosigned. I was an undergrad during the end of the Montgomery era at Miami and they played some of the most uninspired, flat football I've ever seen. They actually had some talent too, but they never did anything. Everyone praises Haywood for his work ethic and getting the most out of his players, which he did this year. I think he'll do really well at Pitt.
Ps love the name and the avatar, +10000 (in my head)
|6 years 16 weeks ago||Persa is the feel good story||
Persa is the feel good story cause he got hurt and carried his team to that record. Plus his numbers are pretty good Tolzien is pretty tough, had the highest comp. percent in the nation and his team went 11-1. I think it's the turnovers that might have done Denard in with the coaches, but that's just me.
|6 years 16 weeks ago||According to that whole press release||
Drew Brees is the only other second year QB to win it. He did it in '98
"Robinson is the seventh sophomore to be honored, joining a group of former second-year winners that includes Wisconsin running back John Clay (2009), Purdue quarterback Drew Brees (1998), Michigan running backs Wheatley (1992) and Vaughn (1990) and Michigan State running backs Tico Duckett (1990) and Lorenzo White (1985)."
|6 years 17 weeks ago||Huh, Wha?||
I'm confused. OU (Ohio U) is like an hour and a half southeast of Columbus. And after going to both Miami University and now OSU, it's safe to say that the hatred Miami and OU have for one another is on a completely different level than OU and OSU. I've never heard of OU students having beef with OSU, maybe that's just me.
Regardless, I'm currently a student here and I'm in full support of #4. Go Blue!
|6 years 19 weeks ago||From a current osu student||
I'm in grad school right now at OSU.
if you're wearing michigan gear, you're a target. you'll get hazed the whole time here, and if you're walking anywhere east of campus you're going to get things thrown at you from porches (know of a kid wearing a green ohio state shirt the day of the miami game get a bottle thrown at him, OSU students are equal-opportunity haters)
be careful, don't talk shit, don't let the haters get to you and you'll be fine.
also if you can, try and find some more michigan fans to get together with down here, it'll make things a lot easier
i feel like i just gave someone their final briefing before going to war, man i love ohio
|6 years 21 weeks ago||Let's go to Mo for the||
Let's go to Mo for the unofficial results.
|6 years 21 weeks ago||where's waldo||
i wish this could back out about a foot more from the original shot. i was at this game (lifelong mich fan who's a grad student at osu, been stuck in buckeye country my whole life) sitting with my friend actually named waldo who ate some popcorn too. how fun.