Discussion in 'College Football' started by Buckeyeskickbuttocks, Jul 22, 2011.
Most Onion articles are more fact than fiction.....
We can only hope.
Current headline on ESPN.com? "Nippng at the Heels"
I'm not sure how a word that looks that retarded when misspelled made it to the headline.
Good thing there are no Japanese players on Ohio's roster...
They've actually changed the picture a few times, but kept the misspelled headline.
So the truth is Jim Rome was literally running for his life to CBS?
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Holy crap. RT @BenAxelrod ESPN2 is live streaming Skip Bayless tweeting about the Tim Tebow press conference
Was listening to ESPN radio earlier. Ryan Rusillo had high praise for Aaron Craft saying that watching him in person, his defensive skills are relentless and demoralizing to opponents.
You'd barely know that Ohio State and Kansas were going to ve playing Saturday. All they talk about is the battle for Kentucky. Even though all of them say it's going to be a rout, they keep bringing it up.
Kentucky is their latest unbeatable flavor...a la Florida 2008, USC 2005, etc, etc, etc...
He was probably talking [Mark May] about him a month ago, but after "seeing him in person", he's had an epiphany. Like seeing him in person makes a fucking difference. I saw him demoralize his opponents from the "Worst Seat in the House Cam"TM brought to you by CBS.
Well, you might be right about Ryan Rusillo. Not sure I've ever listened to him.
But when you see Craft in person--like I got to do last November-- you DO get a greater understanding of just how much he does when the camera is not showing him; for example in person you can see how he's constantly in motion when most other players are just watching the play while the ball's on the other side of the floor. I saw him deflect two passes that were coming from behind him by just putting his arm in the correct position to deny the ball from his man. Saw him trap his man, who was without the ball, along the baseline and made him step out of bounds by beating him to the spot because, it seemed, Craft anticipated what play they were running. Saw the look of frustration when his guy could not get open enough to have a pass made to him. All stuff I never saw on the tube.
Not to mention Kentucky is the in SEC, sponsored by ESPN.
Even that fuck Wilbon was dismissive of the OSU/Kansas game the other day when I saw him on tv.
LOL that camera angle has been shredded on Twitter during every game of the tournament...it's hilarious yet baffling that no one at CBS has caught on to the notion that NOBODY wants to see it.
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