Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by CrabMan, Sep 23, 2006.
Thats how I felt last year... until the 4th quarter and the drive back to Columbus. Still sucked.
Well rally around the fact that had Braxton NOT gotten injured, you'd have driven home victorious and not by just a little but by a lot.
Most Huskerfans know fully well and will freely admit the only reason we won that game was your dynamic playmaker, who was giving out defense fits, got injured and had to leave the game. His backup was immobile and ineffectual.
I fully expect you guys to kick our behinds severely up at the shoe this season.
Also, our D, which was staunch initially, got adjusted for, as the game progressed. Pelini came up with great half time adjustments.
Likewise, our "D" never adjusted for BM. It wasn't until his immobile backup came in after he got injured that our defense was able to do anything meaningful.
Our offense would never have been able to be on the field long enough to win the game if your offense wouldn't gone 3&out so many times once BM got hurt. BM stays in the game and our offense never gets the PT to pull out the come from behind victory.
How long before kickoff does the band make it's entrance into the stadium? (Not the field, the stadium.)
Pretty cool Photosynth
I take no credit, found on Reddit
Right after the game began, there was one Nebraska fan sitting behind us. Ended up being a nice guy, who had been to many games in Lincoln, but he hadn't said much up to this point. After Ohio State went on defense for the first time and forced a three an out with two plays for a loss, he says, "Wow! It's really loud in here!"
What a great atmosphere Ohio Stadium is for a football game. I think the Nebraska fans left with a new sense of respect for how difficult it is to win here.
It was also fitting as we walked out of the stadium, with the victory bell still ringing, the clock hit midnight and Ohio Stadium officially turned 90 years old. What a great way for such a beautiful stadium to show off it's 90th birthday.
Is there a better place to watch football in the world? No chance.
Oh, please let these be the work of some dumbfuck Wisconsin fans only days before our game up at Damp Cramhole. If you think Meyer was going to put his foot up Pop-a-douche's ass just because of his sissy whining about Meyer's recruiting tactics, wait until Meyer finds out prized OSU memorabilia being taken from The Shoe by some zit-pickin' Badger fans...
I have noticed alot of seating arrangments of the Ohio Stadium. But one section always strikes my inquiry of what section of the seating do they
Especially the seats or rows that are overhanging on the towers
at the open sections. For instance the seats that are up against the tower where the victory bell is housed.
That sections seems to be a lonely place
to watch the game. I have always wondered if they are reserved seats or
can anyone purchase those seats if they are available.
I doubt that whether the suspects were Wisconsin fans or not will have zero impact on the game Saturday.
If Meyer is hoping Wisconsin fans steal some OSU memorabilia and TVs to get his team extra motivated to play Wisconsin then OSU has a problem. A problem I don't think they have.
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