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Thank God we won. Im exhausted and going to bed ha. Happy signing day tom!
Yep. That made the difference between settling the game in regulation, rather than going to OT.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
OSU played a championship-caliber type game, ran a bit out of steam toward the end there but if Hardaway doesn't rain down treys in that 2nd half like he's shooting 60% career average from behind the line OSU wins this walking away.
I was having Evan Turner flashbacks when Craft was coming up court
Same can be said about them. Ross and Smith are average outside shooters and they made a lot of shots tonight that they normally don't make
Yeah, you can just as easily say that if Ross doesn't have the game of his life, we win this going away.
Agreed. They got a lot out of their second tier players that they usually don't.
I hope we don't face you guys again this year , I mean that as a compliment. Craft is a tough little bugger, I'm sick of facing him. You guys really give us fits.
How cool would an all B1G Final Four be though?
tRCMB cracks me up. Their game thread has evolved into a "Michigan is classless for calling osu Ohio" discussion but there's also a thread praising Draymond and saying how awesome it was that he tackled a Rocket and got ejected trying to keep the Rockets from getting a 3 off to set the record for most 3s in a game lol.
I'm calling them lansing after we play wisconsin.
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Nobody hated too much on Denard......he only won once. Also, he was not a very good QB. (Although he coulda been a beast as a slot/rb hybrid, but he throws like the kid and dad in the VW commercials.)
It's like you don't even hear yourself.
Even after he won in 2011, OSU fans talked about how terrible he was as a QB, how he was cocky, how he couldn't throw to save his life, etc. You almost hit on every highlight of the post-game Bucknut bitterness.
But nothing you said was wrong. Read your own boards about him as a QB, or better yet, see where he started the last few games of his SENIOR year. (And if you say "his shoulder problem", then read what was said about how dynamic the offense was with DG at QB and Denard at not QB.) But hey, hell of a game and see you in the tourney.
Helluva game and congrats
Haha I threw my remote. There were a few of those moments. Glad they swallowed their whistles after ignoring the flagrant.
Well, wasn't that nice?
Definitely but that's kinda what I meant, too, OSU's overall effort and contributions from all their players were just top notch. Our effort felt a lot more disjointed and only sporadically top drawer and that series of 3s just had more of a "thank goodness" effect, it's not often that you hit like four 3s in a row even on a good day.
Exactly like the non-call defensive holding in the Super Bowl. I can't stand the belief that you don't make that call at the end of the game. A foul is a foul is a foul. Regardless of the situation. Not calling a flagrant because the came is close is total b.s. Guess what? He decided the game by committing the flagrant.
"We're here to preserve democracy, not practice it." Go Army! Go Blue!
I had to work so I wasn't able to watch the game but it sound like THJ & McGary had really good games. Glad they were able to pull out the win.
This is the type of game that will really help both teams comes March. Sad to be on the wrong side of the outcome, but it is what it is.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
How firm thy friendship ... OHIO!
Yep Callen, no need to hang your head. Bucks played damn good, Wolverines just shot the lights out.
The way both teams have been playing, meeting again seems likely.
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