Post by BellevueBuckeye on Oct 11, 2017 19:54:27 GMT -5
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Ohio State is 4-1 all time against Nebraska, with all 4 wins coming in Columbus (1955, 1956, 2012, 2016)
The lone loss came in 2011 when an underdog Buckeye squad jumped out to a surprising 21 point lead at Memorial Stadium, but promptly blew it after Braxton Miller got injured in the 2nd half, with the performance of his backup leading someone to produce this infamous image:
Who knew Nebraska was that bad. Good Lord their D is atrocious. I think BGSU could stay in a game with them. Barrett will struggle against PSU, mark that down.
I don't get it.
J.T. played brilliantly, in every phase of his game, threading the needle in tight coverage throughout the game, showing patience in the pocket, scrambling and maintaining his focus on receiver routes and most importantly, not turning ball over.
What kind of Ohio State fan are you, that wants the all-time passer in Ohio State history to fail or play poorly, in order to boast and gloat over your negative predictions these past months....I don't get.
Last Edit: Oct 15, 2017 15:11:42 GMT -5 by sportsjock
Don't just run your mouth, do some homework. You flunked out of school due to never doing your homework.
Oregon only beat Nebraska by 7. Nebraska scored 35 against Oregon. Wisconsin only led Nebraska 24-17 in the 4th quarter.
Nebraska is better than Rutgers, Illinois and Minnesota an equal to Maryland, Indiana, Northwestern and Purdue.
Nebraska is in 2nd place all alone in the Big Ten West.
So you are claiming Nebraska is better than Iowa in the Big Ten West? Iowa has defeated Iowa State who stayed Oklahoma, and Iowa's only loses are by 2 & 7 to the #2 & #5 teams in the Country.
Iowa State defeated Oklahoma and yes, they lost to Iowa in O.T. Iowa State hosts #4 TCU in coming weeks and also hosts #10 Oklahoma State in week 10, with a strong potential to shake things up in the rankings.
Iowa is an interesting team, playing very well and a potential 'trap' game for the Buckeyes @ Iowa. One thing we have concluded: Oklahoma is not nearly as good as the day they played the Buckeyes and the Buckeyes are not nearly as bad as they appeared against the Sooners. The Buckeyes are crawling back into the playoff picture, while Oklahoma's hopes are fading.