Skull session: Schedule changes help Ohio State, differentials record how the Buckeyes performed poorly, and Chris Holtman isn’t an artist

A month ago, Ohio completely choked Wisconsin on hardwood. Tonight, the buzz is back for more.

The home win by 18 points was undoubtedly fun, but let’s go ahead and remove all doubts about a home win.

Fabulous? Fabulous.

Word of the day: Billy.

good news! Hand, when I heard that the Ohio State schedule was going to be adjusted, I wasn’t expecting more than half of the games to be moved. But that’s what we got!

Cast one for everyone who made long-term plans based on Buckeyes farewell week, but at the end of the day, things seem to have worked out for Ohio State?

On top of that, the Buckeyes now have five games in a row at home to open the season, which looks good!

From top to bottom, this is one of the toughest Ohio state schedules I can ever remember. About half of the opponents will be ranked, then you’ll have a road match against Maryland which should have the second best attack in the Big Ten and Northwestern’s long-ass grass (hyphenation position is important, folks).

Needless to say, I will accept positive changes, no matter how slight.

not qualified. You probably don’t need stats or a graph to tell you that Ohio State hasn’t played to its potential in the games lost this season. But hey, you can rest assured that what you saw with your own eyes is backed up by the numbers.

So basically, Ohio State had the second best point difference in college football. Based on that point difference, the Buckeyes should have had a better record than they did.

Even simpler: Ohio State wiped out most of the teams, but screwed it up when it mattered. But you already know that!

But hey, at least we weren’t Nebraskas!

There is no reminder. The Big Ten Network set out with the ambition to explore the technical talent of the men’s ring coaches at the conference.

It was a great effort on their part. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of coaches.

But as much as I want to attack Chris Holtman for not even trying, I honestly respect hustle and self-awareness. I guess I’ll start doing that when I’m having a hard time thinking of something smart or clever to say online.

* Very funny Internet jokes *

over there.

Explain this to me… As a professional sports blogger, there is nothing more awesome than simply falling into content on your lap. Especially during the holiday season, it’s like aphids in the desert.

This is why Jean-Baptiste Jafont is my favorite player right now.

My only complaint is that he didn’t start this series in the middle of June when the well was completely dry. But hey, I’ll take what I can get.

Today’s song. “Josie” by blink-182.

Lack of attachment to sports. A rat who discovered landmines in Cambodia dies after retiring…a woman sues after inadvertently inspiring a sex doll…your skin doesn’t need skin care…workers don’t know they’re underpaid…how soprano He had real ties to the mafia…the long-lost siblings met for the first time in 30 years after the chance to buy an eBay…

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