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(ESPN)   "Kind of taking that rivalry into focus every day." Well, this changes everything now that Michigan is inspired and wants to beat Ohio State instead of wanting to be demolished every time   (espn.com) divider line
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2021-09-16 5:32:53 PM  
I hope they beat tOSU this year.  The Buckeyes don't appear to be good enough to do well in the CFP and UM would be stuck with that idiot in charge for a few more years, which is just gravy.
 
2021-09-16 5:38:02 PM  
Don't care. Want you gone.
 
2021-09-16 5:49:59 PM  
It begs the question of what the fark their motivation was for the last decade.
 
2021-09-16 6:07:40 PM  
With the defensive coordinator that OSU has, they will probably drop another one, but I do not see them losing to that team up north.

You could go 1-11 in Columbus, and as long as you beat that team up north the season is a success.

/they shouldn't make it to the CFP
//even if they win the B1G
///someone will crush Oregon which will highlight how bad OSU defense is
 
2021-09-16 6:34:00 PM  

browneye: Don't care. Want you gone.


and then what? you see how long USC and Texas have been lost at sea and they have practically ideal recruiting advantages.

he certainly hasn't met expectations, but if they get to 9 or 10 wins and he stays on I am not going to mope about it. I remember the abyss. 2020 aside let's not pretend we are in a Nebraska situation.
 
2021-09-16 7:10:24 PM  

OhioUGrad: With the defensive coordinator that OSU has


had.  Sources say that Coombs is not calling the defensive plays anymore.
 
2021-09-16 7:20:54 PM  
Let's see here

Buckeyes coach Ryan Day has a "Team Up North Drill,"

Yawn
 
2021-09-16 7:43:31 PM  

buckeyebrain: OhioUGrad: With the defensive coordinator that OSU has

had.  Sources say that Coombs is not calling the defensive plays anymore.


I saw where Day wouldn't commit to saying that Combs is calling the defense this week, however, he is still there. Apparently, he is too good of a recruiter to get rid of, so whoever they get to call the defense needs to step the fark up.

Just a few years ago we had linebackers and DBs that were top picks in the NFL and were highly regarded in college...now people cannot even name any of them because they are non-existent on the field.
 
2021-09-16 7:52:07 PM  

baorao: browneye: Don't care. Want you gone.

and then what? you see how long USC and Texas have been lost at sea and they have practically ideal recruiting advantages.

he certainly hasn't met expectations, but if they get to 9 or 10 wins and he stays on I am not going to mope about it. I remember the abyss. 2020 aside let's not pretend we are in a Nebraska situation.


Michigan and Texas both have the same problem; a club level full of boosters with deep pockets and little patience.
 
2021-09-16 8:02:31 PM  

OhioUGrad: With the defensive coordinator that OSU has, they will probably drop another one, but I do not see them losing to that team up north.

You could go 1-11 in Columbus, and as long as you beat that team up north the season is a success.

/they shouldn't make it to the CFP
//even if they win the B1G
///someone will crush Oregon which will highlight how bad OSU defense is


OSU defense gave up 31 to a Gophers squad that had Mo Ibrahim for less than 3 quarters. The Buckeyes appear to have another "hit" at qb, but the defensive side of the ball is not good.
 
2021-09-16 8:30:29 PM  

EqualOpportunityEnslaver: OhioUGrad: With the defensive coordinator that OSU has, they will probably drop another one, but I do not see them losing to that team up north.

You could go 1-11 in Columbus, and as long as you beat that team up north the season is a success.

/they shouldn't make it to the CFP
//even if they win the B1G
///someone will crush Oregon which will highlight how bad OSU defense is

OSU defense gave up 31 to a Gophers squad that had Mo Ibrahim for less than 3 quarters. The Buckeyes appear to have another "hit" at qb, but the defensive side of the ball is not good.


They were 122 out of 127 last year, apparently, they didn't learn after getting thumped by Alabama in the CFP Final.

Their offense is good (Stroud is not the best QB on the team, and it shows), but the defense is going to let them down at least one more time this year.
 
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2021-09-16 8:35:26 PM  

Stud Gerbil: UM would be stuck with that idiot in charge for a few more years, which is just gravy.


DON'T YOU PUT THAT EVIL ON US RICKY BOBBY
 
2021-09-17 5:28:59 AM  

OhioUGrad: buckeyebrain: OhioUGrad: With the defensive coordinator that OSU has

had.  Sources say that Coombs is not calling the defensive plays anymore.

I saw where Day wouldn't commit to saying that Combs is calling the defense this week, however, he is still there. Apparently, he is too good of a recruiter to get rid of, so whoever they get to call the defense needs to step the fark up.

Just a few years ago we had linebackers and DBs that were top picks in the NFL and were highly regarded in college...now people cannot even name any of them because they are non-existent on the field.


Jeff Okudah sucked.  What they hell do they teach at OSU football school?
 
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