Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Congrats to the Buckeyes

...for laying the hugest egg in the history of college athletics! Amazing!

They completely controlled the game for the first 16 seconds (just long enough to return the opening kickoff 93 yards for a TD, and kick the extra point). The remaining 59:44...not so good.

Time for Tressel to ditch the sweater vest, me thinks.

PS - Spell check just wanted me to change "Buckeyes" to "backwash." Yep, that'll do.


Blogger Beth said...

Gawd ... I hate Florida.

6:00 AM, January 09, 2007  
Blogger Old Lady said...

But, SEC rules! That was such a hard game because We all hate Florida down here, but gotta go with the home boys when National Championships are on the line! But truly, NO ONE thought it would EVER be like it was. Amazing.

6:20 AM, January 09, 2007  
Blogger Keith Kennedy said...

It's very hard for Big 12 country to understand how football is played down here until a head to head matchup.

The SEC is brutal.

Ohio State is just lucky they didn't have to play LSU or things would have been much worse.

9:22 AM, January 09, 2007  
Blogger haahnster said...

Penn St had little trouble with Tennessee, and Wisconsin played their worst gamne of the year and still beat Arkansas. So, I'm not altogether convinced that the SEC was so other-worldly. I mean, LSU dismantled Notre Dame, but so did both USC and Michigan during the regular season.

The only thing that game last night proved is that Florida played better than Ohio State...by a long shot.

8:01 PM, January 09, 2007  
Blogger Writeprocrastinator said...

They say "speed kills." I say it's letting yourself believe your own hype, Tressel. Going for fourth down in your own territory.

Congrats to the better coach in Urban Meyer and I got more video game time in because the Buckeyes laid down like dogs when Ginn Jr. got hurt.

I tell you Haahnster, your prediction was not that much different than what we predicted at work, seeing how Chris Leak had such a bad game going into this one. Not to mention that Florida's defense played their hearts out and here's hoping that Florida alum Alex Brown will have the same game for the Bears.

10:41 PM, January 10, 2007  
Blogger haahnster said...

Da Bears could certainly use a big game from somebody on the D line! Haven't really had much since Tommie Harris went out. I'll be hoping for Alex Brown to come through. He's certainly capable.

8:55 AM, January 11, 2007  

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