Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by Hoov » Mon, 02 Dec 2002 10:59:41


I have a feeling Miami will trounce them - say 42-17.
 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by a.. » Tue, 03 Dec 2002 22:58:49


Quote:
>I have a feeling Miami will trounce them - say 42-17.

Miami will whip them early,  then let them cover the spread late when
all the subs get to play.  OSU is not on Miami's level,  nobody is in
college.  OSU is too unbalanced to have a shot,  the running game is
great,  but lack of a star QB will really hurt them.  

Miami will not let one guy (Clarett) beat them.  It will be up to
Krentzel to beat them,  and I don't think he has it in him.

 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by Chris Stasse » Tue, 03 Dec 2002 23:19:59


Quote:
> Miami will not let one guy (Clarett) beat them.  It will be up to
> Krentzel to beat them,  and I don't think he has it in him.

My theory is that people who don't know how to spell the player's names
probably aren't familiar with how good they are.

--
Chris Stassen                  http://www.stassen.com/chris


 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by Brian Hamilto » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 02:16:34

Quote:


> >I have a feeling Miami will trounce them - say 42-17.

> Miami will whip them early,  then let them cover the spread late when
> all the subs get to play.  OSU is not on Miami's level,  nobody is in
> college.  OSU is too unbalanced to have a shot,  the running game is
> great,  but lack of a star QB will really hurt them.

> Miami will not let one guy (Clarett) beat them.  It will be up to
> Krentzel to beat them,  and I don't think he has it in him.

Miami isn't even gaurenteed a spot, they still have one more game to
win...Also, where does Miami rank in run defense, try 74th. And while OSU
may give up lots of yards, they are second best in scoring defense.
 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by a.. » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 03:03:38

On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 12:16:34 -0500, "Brian Hamilton"

Quote:

>win...Also, where does Miami rank in run defense, try 74th.

that is such a bullshit statstic for ANY team.  that is HALF a
statistic.  The reason Miami gives up rushing yueards is because
everyone runs on them almost every play because NOBODY can pass
against them.  They lead the nation in pass defense,  the other half
of your stat.

Since you can't throw on them,  teams just run it as much as they can.
Is it any wonder they give up rushing yards?  

 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by Brian Hamilto » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 03:29:07

Quote:

> On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 12:16:34 -0500, "Brian Hamilton"

> >win...Also, where does Miami rank in run defense, try 74th.

> that is such a bullshit statstic for ANY team.  that is HALF a
> statistic.  The reason Miami gives up rushing yueards is because
> everyone runs on them almost every play because NOBODY can pass
> against them.  They lead the nation in pass defense,  the other half
> of your stat.

> Since you can't throw on them,  teams just run it as much as they can.
> Is it any wonder they give up rushing yards?

They do that vs. OSU, they'll lose. The bigger the game, the better MC

 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by a.. » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 03:44:56

On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 13:29:07 -0500, "Brian Hamilton"

Quote:

>They do that vs. OSU, they'll lose. The bigger the game, the better MC
>plays.

he won't survive the first half.  they will hit his shoulder every
time he touches that ball,  and nobody hits harder than those Miami
linebackers and safeties.  he's got a nerve injury,  only the
offseason rest will cure it.  that guy will be in so much pain he'll
have to pull himself from the game,  as he has doen MANY times this
year.

Clarrett also wants to make a legal challenge and enter the NFL draft
next spring,    he won't risk his health for this game.  Clarrett will
be gone early,  and Krentzel can't do it alone.

 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by Brian Hamilto » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 04:01:07

Quote:

> On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 13:29:07 -0500, "Brian Hamilton"

> >They do that vs. OSU, they'll lose. The bigger the game, the better MC
> >plays.

> he won't survive the first half.  they will hit his shoulder every
> time he touches that ball,  and nobody hits harder than those Miami
> linebackers and safeties.  he's got a nerve injury,  only the
> offseason rest will cure it.  that guy will be in so much pain he'll
> have to pull himself from the game,  as he has doen MANY times this
> year.

> Clarrett also wants to make a legal challenge and enter the NFL draft
> next spring,    he won't risk his health for this game.  Clarrett will
> be gone early,  and Krentzel can't do it alone.

You're a moron. I guess you never saw that MC is going to stay atleast till
his junior year. Also, his nerve injury didn't seen to be to bad aginst UM.
 
 
 

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Post by Mark All » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 06:25:28

Quote:

> I have a feeling Miami will trounce them - say 42-17.

"Hoover."

Perfict.

 
 
 

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Post by Jungle Ji » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 12:15:57


Quote:
> On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 13:29:07 -0500, "Brian Hamilton"

>>They do that vs. OSU, they'll lose. The bigger the game, the
>>better MC plays.

> he won't survive the first half.  they will hit his shoulder every
> time he touches that ball,  and nobody hits harder than those
> Miami linebackers and safeties.  he's got a nerve injury,  only
> the offseason rest will cure it.  that guy will be in so much pain
> he'll have to pull himself from the game,  as he has doen MANY
> times this year.

> Clarrett also wants to make a legal challenge and enter the NFL
> draft next spring,    he won't risk his health for this game.
> Clarrett will be gone early,  and Krentzel can't do it alone.

Read something besides the Mihammy propaganda you dream up.  Clarett
has 2 more years.  I'd say there is no comparison between McGahee's
freshman year (he was a redshirt remember?) and Clarett's true freshman
year. Redeshirt freshman McGahee just did not come up to the numbers
true freshman Clarett has put up.  Notice they both missed some games
due to injury.  They are both good backs.

If Krenzel (not Krentzel as you spell it, morom) is not a star and
can't do it alone, where does that put Dorsey ?  Krenzel is 8th rank vs
Dorsey's 14th ranking in NCAA ratings.  And if Krenzel is no threat,
you sure seem to be trying to will yourself to not worry about him.

Remember, Mihammy has not yet qualified for the Fieata Bowl.


of your mouth.

 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by Denni » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 23:11:44


nice to share this (uh) Shituff with us:

depends on how good Miami's defense is... otherwise I'm lookin for
tOSU to roll....

"education is the progressive discovery of our own ignorance" --Will Durant
"people who read the tabloids deserve to be lied to " Jerry Seinfeld
"One day we will get it right and the world will be one great big love-fest
and the only wars willbe fought over who has to sleep in the wet-spot" me :-)

 
 
 

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Post by Henry Wa » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 11:47:14

Quote:


> >I have a feeling Miami will trounce them - say 42-17.

> Miami will whip them early,  then let them cover the spread late when
> all the subs get to play.  OSU is not on Miami's level,  nobody is in
> college.  OSU is too unbalanced to have a shot,  the running game is
> great,  but lack of a star QB will really hurt them.  

Krenzel's passing efficency of 98.4 may not be good enough to carry tOSU
against Miami(FL).  It is a touch better than Dorsey's 96.0, tho.
 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by Brian Hamilto » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 12:49:56


Quote:


> > >I have a feeling Miami will trounce them - say 42-17.

> > Miami will whip them early,  then let them cover the spread late when
> > all the subs get to play.  OSU is not on Miami's level,  nobody is in
> > college.  OSU is too unbalanced to have a shot,  the running game is
> > great,  but lack of a star QB will really hurt them.

> Krenzel's passing efficency of 98.4 may not be good enough to carry tOSU
> against Miami(FL).  It is a touch better than Dorsey's 96.0, tho.

Krenzel hasn't been flashy all year, but he's got the job done...you can't
argue that.
 
 
 

Fiesta Bowl: Can Ohio State Keep It Within 21 Points?

Post by M-Wolveri » Fri, 06 Dec 2002 03:53:56

Quote:


> > On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 13:29:07 -0500, "Brian Hamilton"

> >>They do that vs. OSU, they'll lose. The bigger the game, the
> >>better MC plays.

> > he won't survive the first half.  they will hit his shoulder every
> > time he touches that ball,  and nobody hits harder than those
> > Miami linebackers and safeties.  he's got a nerve injury,  only
> > the offseason rest will cure it.  that guy will be in so much pain
> > he'll have to pull himself from the game,  as he has doen MANY
> > times this year.

> > Clarrett also wants to make a legal challenge and enter the NFL
> > draft next spring,    he won't risk his health for this game.
> > Clarrett will be gone early,  and Krentzel can't do it alone.

> Read something besides the Mihammy propaganda you dream up.  Clarett
> has 2 more years.  I'd say there is no comparison between McGahee's
> freshman year (he was a redshirt remember?) and Clarett's true freshman
> year. Redeshirt freshman McGahee just did not come up to the numbers
> true freshman Clarett has put up.

That's just silly.  McGahee had maybe the NFL offensive rookie of the
year in front of him.  Clarett has nobody to keep him on the bench.

And knowing Miami, when McGahee leaves, they'll have the next high NFL
pick carrying the ball for them....

.  They are both good backs.

Too true.

-Chris C.