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post #251 of 271

This game has been wildly entertaining.

 

And Ohio's getting most of their players back next season!

post #252 of 271
The Bobcats look to rebound from a 6-6 campaign.
post #253 of 271
Well this should kill all the talk about how the uptempo offense is killing college football. Run the ball down their throats and that uptemp offense is shit.
post #254 of 271
Run schmun. Plus four in turnovers and you lose by double digits. How else do you explain that other than evil sorcery?

ETA- Hahaha. The committee isn't deciding anything this week, Urban.
post #255 of 271

Well, plus three.  Because of course Mariota throws a pick at the end.  Increasing his total by 25% on the last play of the season.

post #256 of 271

Seven of the last eleven NCAA titles belong to two coaches.  Every time I think I hate the NFL, I need to remind myself of this.

 

(Four states have produced 13 of the last 16 titles.)

 

post #257 of 271

"Yay, our team won! Let's go set shit on fire and destroy their fucking field to show them how happy we are!"

 

Stay classy, Columbus.

post #258 of 271

Dude, they were just trying to stay warm when the alcohol ran out.

post #259 of 271
Yeah. Evil sorcery. Also two of the Ducks best receivers being out for testing positive for weed in their system didnt help.
post #260 of 271

Cardale Jones says he's making a life-changing announcement today. Obviously, the belief is that he'll declare for the draft.

 

That'll be a huge fucking mistake.

post #261 of 271
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Cardale Jones says he's making a life-changing announcement today. Obviously, the belief is that he'll declare for the draft.


 

That'll be a huge fucking mistake.


Not necessarily.

 

Consider this- he goes back to Ohio State, and Urban Meyer is telling him Barrett may be the starter... so he either has to ride the bench or transfer, and if he transfers does he have to sit out a year?  I'm not sure about that, but I don't imagine he could transfer and play right away like Braxton Miller could.  So he has to wait an additional year, and maybe things don't go quite as well, and instead of being a mid round pick he is a later round pick,

 

The guy is a project no matter where he is drafted, but if he caught lightning in a bottle and gets drafted in the third or maybe even second round, who knows?  He'll at least have a little more guaranteed money.

post #262 of 271
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The guy is a project no matter where he is drafted, but if he caught lightning in a bottle and gets drafted in the third or maybe even second round, who knows?  He'll at least have a little more guaranteed money.

I just read that scouts are projecting him to go to the 4th or 5th round. This has "depressing future installment of 30 for 30" written all over it.

post #263 of 271

Look, I think the kid realizes he could do with another year in college as a starter, but if Meyer isn't going to start him and he isn't allowed to play immediately with a transfer then I am just saying I sort of get why he'd say fuck it and take a chance on getting drafted.  He's already in his early 20's... if you have to potentially add two years onto that, one of which he wouldn't even play?  (If he could play next year somewhere else then this is all moot, of course.)

post #264 of 271

If he's going to ride a bench next year no matter where he suits up, he may as well be getting professional training and a nice paycheck to do it.

post #265 of 271

I guess. I see his desire to get out of college (the whole "we ain't come to play school" thing), and I guess the clock is ticking. Hope the best for the kid, but I just don't see riding the high of winning three high-profile games as reason enough to move to the big leagues.

post #266 of 271

How great would it be if he goes pro and Miller leaves and J.T. Barrett loses a couple of games next year?  Then Meyer, fresh off surpassing Saban on everyone's "Best Coach in America Power Rankings!!" will have to answer a bunch of questions about if he chose the wrong starter.

 

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!

 

 

(Just let me have that little victory, football gods?)
 

post #267 of 271
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How great would it be if he goes pro and Miller leaves and J.T. Barrett loses a couple of games next year?  Then Meyer, fresh off surpassing Saban on everyone's "Best Coach in America Power Rankings!!" will have to answer a bunch of questions about if he chose the wrong starter.

 

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!

 

 

(Just let me have that little victory, football gods?)
 

Jones, Miller and Barrett will leave. Meyer will then start a mop at quarterback on the way to an 11-win season.

 

Evil. Sorcerer.

post #268 of 271

Cardale Jones came to play school, after all. He's staying at Ohio.

post #269 of 271
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Evil. Sorcerer.

post #270 of 271

"My education is going to take me 10 times further than my athletic ability." Wow -- absolutely the best thing to hear and absolutely the least expected from him. I hope Jones knuckles down and makes the dean's list, even to the detriment of his game. No snark.

post #271 of 271

The Vols' offensive coordinator just abruptly left to coach for the Tampa Bay Bucs, and there are now rumors that the WR coach is leaving as well, right before we sign what is currently the #3 recruiting class in the country. I hate football.

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