I know we should probably just be glad that the horse-chestnuts get the love they deserve, but is not that beautiful?
– CFB Playoff Changes (@ 8_TeamPlayoff) November 6, 2019
I mean, I'm down. Let's play something.
Word of the Day: Submissive.
Let yourself fall, CINCINNATI. I understand it's definitely football time, but that does not mean there's no room for the occasional mid-week hoops banger, and tonight we have Cincinnati on tap.
– Ohio State Hoops (@OhioStateHoops) November 6, 2019
The Bearcats were already little brothers & # 39; I was on the grid only a few weeks ago, and nothing will give me more pleasure than blowing her ass on hardwood too.
The good news for Cincinnati's Hoops squad is that the football team set the bar so damn low in September. In fact, if you score one (1) point today, you are already outperforming your football mates.
But hey, Bearcats, just know that it's no shame to lose to a far superior sports program that you have not beaten in football or basketball for more than 50 years. After all, someone must be second best.
COACHES & # 39; CFP #TAKES. It is officially college football playoff guess season. It is this wonderful time of the year when the only thing that seems to connect us is that the system is not perfect.
It's frightfully frustrating for fans who are absolutely powerless to change anything, but I think one thing that's easy to forget is that the coaches are also powerless in the same system. And they definitely have #Takes too.
Heather Dinich of ESPN spoke to a hearty collection of college football head coaches and received some fairly honest comments (including a whole, remarkably complex playoff system designed by Jim Harbaugh).
My personal favorite part was when Heather asked coaches if they understood how teams were selected and most said "no". Mind you, we're FIVE YEARS on this and more than half of the coaches still do not even know what they need to do to get into the playoffs.
The Big Ten had the highest percentage (57%) of coaches who stated they did not understand the ranking system.
Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern: No, not me. I thought I knew, and I do not think I know it now.
James Franklin, Penn State: No, no one does. It looks like every year different variables are taken into account, because different people are sitting in the room. That will happen. A person will have a liking for a cause. It is natural. Someone will have a preference for another and some people will think that this is a more important metric.
This was another absolutely incredible (and brand new!) Collection of answers:
For reference, the SEC and ACC are the only Power Five conferences that are currently holding a nine-game conference, so the SEC can bring the ever-important FCS opponent here late next week.
Never change yourself.
THE GREATEST RIVALRY. Since his arrival in Baton Rouge, Joe Burrow has understandably been asked to compare the state of Ohio to the LSU and the Big Ten to the SEC.
– Marty Smith (@MartySmithESPN) November 4, 2019
"I'll wait until I'm no longer enrolled in this school and after this game before I'm telling you that Ohio State and Michigan are clearly the bigger rivalry, "is basically what we have with this answer. And I respect it.
His answer was impressive diplomatic, but …
If you still refer to Michigan in your second season outside of Ohio as "the team in the north," your question is probably answered there. https://t.co/XlZrwt4l9G
– Tony Gerdeman (@TonyGerdeman) November 5, 2019
I mean, his former head coach also gets money to talk about the North crew on TV and has to name them by name. That's not hard.
STEALING & # 39; CROOTS? Looking for another quarterback for the 2020 class, the state of Ohio recently offered Jayden de Laura as quarterback of the state of Washington, and the ever-entertaining Mike Leach gives himself credit, uncovered him, and pointed out the horse chestnuts to have.
By Jackson Gardner by 247 Sports:
Leach may not comment on particular recruits under the NCAA rules, but he certainly had some thoughts on his recruitment efforts that set the trend. It's not uncommon for another school to sneak in and offer a verbal WSU as the NLI day draws nearer, and that's exactly what WSU's 2020 QB promise, Jayden de Laura, of St. Louis High in Honolulu said , with USC and Ohio State offer.
"Yeah, they think we know what we're doing, I think, yes, that's happened before," Leach said.
He pointed to the paradox of recruiting by adding, "If you do not offer anything to a man, you will not get him, but if you offer a guy, you will have a lot of competition."
Yes, Mike. The state of Ohio leans heavily on your superior eye for talent before you approach all the players you have entered. You should strictly adhere to these eleven obligations of non-national players – Ryan Day comes from you.
MOMMA! I think an Ohio State player should be equipped with a microphone for every single NFL game, as there was not a single one I did not like so much.
We had Joey Bosa last week and now we have Jerome Baker, who was desperately looking for his mom throughout the game.
Mom !!!! https://t.co/9EulIHeONK
– Jerome Baker Jr. (@Lastname_Baker) November 6, 2019
Baker led his team to their first win of the season on Sunday. And yes, he found his mom.
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