TOSU is clearly on a mission right now

Down here it’s Ole Miss and my Avy.

One in the portal, the other recruiting for another Natty
 
That is such a massive upgrade, unless egos get in the way. What is the minimum acceptable record for Day to keep his job? 11-1 with big 10 championship and at least final 4? Or is it championship or bust? Is beating Michigan enough?
They best be all world, best college team ever or it's a failure

They've done well to exploit the NCAA at this point, if they lose a game it's a monumental collapse
 
They best be all world, best college team ever or it's a failure

They've done well to exploit the NCAA at this point, if they lose a game it's a monumental collapse
Agreed. They will absolutely embarrass Michigan this season. Can’t see any team other than Georgia hanging with them honestly.
 
Agreed. They will absolutely embarrass Michigan this season. Can’t see any team other than Georgia hanging with them honestly.
Hope this is the step needed to call it semi-pro. This sport has nothing to do with academic institutions at this point. Call it what it is...minor league football.
 
Agreed. They will absolutely embarrass Michigan this season. Can’t see any team other than Georgia hanging with them honestly.
Barring major injuries they will probably wreck everyone including Oregon in Autzen and Penn State in Happy Valley.

They have spared no expense this offseason. It is pretty clear they are out for blood.
 
Great move for Kelly, great move for Ohio State. Ryan Day is a great coach so they are going to be hard to beat every year. I don't know if Kelly has anything left. He lost his touch along the way and went from running the fastest, most unpredictable offense in football to going so slow even the few UCLA fans who care got bored. If he can find his old touch then I'm going to love watching Ohio State the next few years

UCLA is hopeless. Fans don't care, the stadium is so far from campus and with such heavy traffic you have to allow four hours to get there, and the Bruins rank so low in the L A sports hierarchy it's embarrassing. The Big 10 is going to be a disaster for them. For their entire history they had an advantage over every school in the Pac-12 but USC. Now every school they play has an advantage over them. I can't wait to see their first trip to East Lansing or Madison in November
 
Down here it’s Ole Miss and my Avy.

One in the portal, the other recruiting for another Natty
So it's a very awful version of professional football. Wish they'd just say that and remove themselves from getting the privilege of associating with higher education.
 
So it's a very awful version of professional football. Wish they'd just say that and remove themselves from getting the privilege of associating with higher education.
They just need the regulatory part with NIL and that extra Covid year should ease out with transfer years.
Playoff helps
 
They just need the regulatory part with NIL and that extra Covid year should ease out with transfer years.
Playoff helps
It has nothing to do with academics at this point

I miss that, It's what made tie sport a sport. It's now just junk minor league football. Can't wait for scholar athletes again. Whole thing is so top heavy it ruined a good thing.
 
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