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Discussion in 'UO Great Lakes' started by DougAlmighty13, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. Umm, Maybe next year...
     
  2. :) I'm not even going to say anything, but BTH knows what I'm thinking!
     
  3. J0KING

    J0KING Guest

    Random bit of knowledge...

    A Buckeye is a poisonous nut.

    *shrugs*

    Seems odd to be cheering for a bunch of poisonous nuts [​IMG]
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Hey, that OSU band was pretty good...
     
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Buckeye ball? I think not. WOOT
     
  6. I should have made that bet with my fiance too... >.<
     
  7. Craklord

    Craklord Guest

    Sorry bth maybe next year.... :}
     
  8. Hehe, I thought I was watchin a re-run from last year...
     
  9. Its all good. Hell we made the championship game during a REBUILDING year lol. TBH I expected this team to go 9-3 this year. Did I get excited and think they had a chance? hell yeah. Am i disapointed they didnt pull it off? Not in the least. We will simply reload and come right back at ya again. That my friends is the meaning of being a Buckeye. Gratz to you LSU fans hope to get to dance with you again.

    BTHKiller
    Forever a proud member of the Buckeye Nation.
     
  10. <blockquote><hr>

    Random bit of knowledge...

    A Buckeye is a poisonous nut.

    *shrugs*

    Seems odd to be cheering for a bunch of poisonous nuts [​IMG]

    [/ QUOTE ]

    LOL yeah but I guess the alternative last night was rooting for a man eating beast. *shrug* Or better yet when Michigan fans root for a rodent [​IMG]
     
  11. Rivals.com 2008 Preseason Top 25: Jan. 8
    1. USC (11-2)
    Putting USC at the top is a safe pick because the Trojans annually win their conference, earn a BCS bid and play their best at the end of the season.
    2. Georgia (11-2)
    Matthew Stafford and Knowshon Moreno will give the Bulldogs one of the nation's top quarterback/tailback duos.
    3. Ohio State (11-2)
    The Buckeyes' title hopes could depend on whether potential first-round picks Vernon Gholston, James Laurinaitis and Malcolm Jenkins stay in school.
    4. Oklahoma (11-3)
    Quarterback Sam Bradford will try to build on his outstanding freshman campaign while leading a team that could return as many as 17 starters.
    5. Missouri (12-2)
    The Tigers should return three 2007 Rivals.com All-America selections in quarterback Chase Daniel, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and free safety William Moore.
    6. Florida (9-4)
    You know that offense will rack up some points, but the Gators' defense must get a whole lot better.
    7. West Virginia (11-2)
    The Mountaineers hope the expected returns of Pat White, Steve Slaton and Noel Devine on offense will compensate for heavy graduation losses on defense.
    8. LSU (12-2)
    The Tigers lose tons of talent on both sides of the ball, but they have plenty of former four- and five-star prospects ready to replace them.
    9. Auburn (9-4)
    Auburn's biggest losses are on the sideline, as they must adjust to a new offense and find a replacement for departed defensive coordinator Will Muschamp.
    10. Clemson (9-4)
    With so much talent back on offense and defense, the Tigers can't come up short in a big situation again. Can they?
    11. Kansas (12-1)
    The Jayhawks could be even stronger than they were this season. They'll need to be better now that they no longer avoid Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech.
    12. BYU (11-2)
    If the Cougars beat Washington and UCLA in September, they might not lose all season.
    13. Virginia Tech (11-3)
    The Hokies' hopes of contending for anything beyond an ACC title rest on whether cornerbacks Brandon Flowers and Victor Harris return to school.
    14. Texas (10-3)
    The Longhorns are banking on Will Muschamp's arrival to boost a defense that struggled up until its bowl game this season.
    15. Wisconsin (9-4)
    The Badgers have a big question mark at quarterback, but they look solid just about everywhere else.
    16. Illinois (9-4)
    Rashard Mendenhall's decision to enter the NFL Draft will make it tougher for the Illini to prove they're not just a one-season wonder.
    17. Texas Tech (9-4)
    The Harrell-to-Crabtree combination will give Big 12 defensive coordinators plenty of sleepless nights next season.
    18. Oregon (9-4)
    The Sun Bowl proved how dangerous this team can be if it gets consistency from its quarterback, but the Ducks must go on the road to face USC, California, Arizona State and Oregon State.
    19. Arizona State (10-3)
    Rudy Carpenter returns to work behind a retooled line that has to do a better job of protecting him.
    20. Penn State (9-4)
    The last time Penn State had a quarterback as run-oriented as Daryll Clark, Michael Robinson led the Nittany Lions to an Orange Bowl title.
    21. Tennessee (10-4)
    Uncertainty at quarterback and offensive coordinator prevents us from ranking the Vols any higher.
    22. USF (9-4)
    The offense should be better than this season's, but the Bulls will have a tough time replacing cornerbacks Mike Jenkins and Trae Williams.
    23. Michigan (9-4)
    The Wolverines could have some growing pains as they adjust to new coach Rich Rodriguez and his spread offense.
    24. South Carolina (6-6)
    This is a leap of faith considering how the Game****s ended 2007, but we're guessing South Carolina should have one of the nation's most improved teams.
    25. Wake Forest (9-4)
    Jim Grobe's decision not to go to Arkansas assures that Wake Forest once again will have the coaching edge in just about every game it plays next fall.
     
  12. imported_JoO

    imported_JoO Guest

    I suggest in 48 or so weeks after USC has lost a game they shouldnt have and it comes down to Ohio State and Georgia. The Buckeyes should politely decline the invitation to the championship. Fact is OSU would be a .500 or so team in the SEC [​IMG].
     
  13. Well, it prolly won't be next year, we're losing most of our good players to graduation. I'd look for Georgia or West Virginia then, not to mention OSU. Ya'll did well last night, they just weren't fast enough, really, and we're good at capitalizing on others' mistakes. It was a good game, and truth be told, I was worried going into the game, but the Tigers are tough, like all the top SEC teams. Again, truth be told, I'm just glad we didn't have to face Georgia in a SEC champ game, otherwise you'd have been facing the dogs, lol.

    But you have to admit, after the beating I've been taking this past month from you and all the other Bucks fans, I had to get my revenge, aged and sweet as it is. [​IMG]
     
  14. <blockquote><hr>

    Hey, that OSU band was pretty good...

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Yeah, maybe they should have been playing then [​IMG]
     
  15. <blockquote><hr>

    Its all good. Hell we made the championship game during a REBUILDING year lol. TBH I expected this team to go 9-3 this year. Did I get excited and think they had a chance? hell yeah. Am i disapointed they didnt pull it off? Not in the least. We will simply reload and come right back at ya again. That my friends is the meaning of being a Buckeye. Gratz to you LSU fans hope to get to dance with you again.

    BTHKiller
    Forever a proud member of the Buckeye Nation.


    [/ QUOTE ]

    Hell ya'll might win it next year, expecally if you play one of the over rated pac 10 teams!!