Skull Session: Urban Meyer spoke on the strength of Cincinnati’s schedule, may be really slim at Michigan quarterback, and Mel Tucker is familiar with Justin Fields


Ohio State played a football game in a span of about a month. I am ready to change it.

Word of the day: Jealousy.

SOS Future Texas head coach Urban Meyer is undoubtedly busy these days, but he took some time out of his busy schedule to tell us what Cincinnati’s strong schedule could be like, and thus a better playoff than Ohio State. Can begin with.

Ohio State is in an odd position, as the Buckeyes sit at No. 4 in the College Football Playoff rankings and may not have an elite winning opportunity on the schedule. The game remained against Michigan State and Michigan prior to the Big Ten title game, but Ohio State is unlikely to end the season with a top-10 win.

The question arises as to whether the team under Ohio State can pass Scarlett and Gray. Thinking about it is a bizarre possibility, as undefined Big Ten teams will typically never have the issue of joining the CFP. Of course, this is not a normal year.

Urban Meyer said on “Breaking the Huddle” with Joel Klett that the team that sees Ohio State as a competition is not necessarily out of the Florida or Texas A&M SEC, though. It is the enemy Cincinnati in the state.

“If Ohio State plays and they don’t have a chance to defeat a good team other than Indiana – because you look at Michigan State’s record and Michigan State is not a good team,” Mayer said. “You look at the Wolverines, they are not a good team. They are really struggling. They can finish the season with one (impressive) win and you can see that these are all wins in Alabama. Can you Can tell me Cincinnati has a worse schedule than Ohio State. No. ”

Here’s the thing – that’s not wrong, but I need people to stop acting like Cincinnati has run the gauntlet this season. Sure, the schedule is a bit more difficult, but the Bearcats have as much wins against the ranked team as I do. And there is a chance Ohio State has finished undefeated with two places, more than at least one opponent, of which perhaps one would be a top-15 team.

Also, a tough schedule doesn’t mean Ohio State won’t let Cincinnati down if they ever actually met on the football field, and the committee is absolutely taking that into consideration.

Let’s have fun Unless Michigan can magically bring its COVID-19 status under control until next week, there probably won’t be a game this year.

But if the game is played, it seems that according to the MGoBlog Roundtable podcast, things could get a bit awkward for the Wolverines at quarterback.

“Do Michigan fans really want to go back to Columbus with Dan Villari and start their first agm and no backup quarterback; because I think that’s what I saw about Milton, especially the last pass. There was a grounder that he is hurt by. It is clear that Cade McNamara has been hurt, probably hurt coming into the game, certainly half hurt through the game. ”

“I agree with you, Craig. I think if Michigan plays that game against Ohio State, then I think Dan Villari is the quarterback you’ve heard them talk about that jolting also hurt Is – some question was wheezing. Even the last game is going to be consistent. … We’ll see how things go next week. But I’m not going to Ohio State week to know that The starting quarterbacks are going to be available for either contest. They may be in a position where Dan Villari is the only person they have available for that game. ”

“And Hassan Haskins is the backup, of running the Wild Cats and he can throw the ball a little bit. And that’s what it looks like. And is that a game Ohio State really wants to play? “

Is this a game we really want to play? Big, nothing I want more!

You think that just because your team is adamant that Ohio State fans won’t enjoy a year after garbage disposal for four years? Sir, this damn game has been a reality for almost two decades. Nothing is different because you can’t have a quarterback.

And since when is “being a quarterback” a requirement from your team anyway? We are taking out only three years from Jim Harbaugh to allow a fellow named John O’Corn to run the offense. You’re really going to tell me that Dan Villari (though, hands – I’d never heard of that kid in my life to date), or even Hassan Haskins, for that matter, much more than this Is bad

Finally, if the roles have reversed you can bet your ass that Ohio State fans will * begging * for the chance to play your sorry ass back under third-string quarterback or center.

So I think we live in different realities, which is perfectly fine and good! It’s just, our reality in chasing the national championship ends. And we haven’t seen yours down yet.

Foot of FAMILIAR. This may be the first time Mel Tucker has faced him as a head coach, but he is already quite familiar with watching his defense become famous by Justin Fields.

To be fair, he actually saw a lot more in practice than Jake, who would never stop being cheerful for me.

welcome home. Looks like God gifted Mike Conley a nice welcome home last night.

I’m sure there is a scientific or meteorological reason that my brain is too small to understand, but Ohio sunsets are actually at almost any time point of the year.

Today’s song. “White Christmas” by Michael Bubl.

Not stable for sports. Physicists turn off the ‘magic number’ that shapes the universe … Lying down and vomiting between courses – is that the ancient Romans would feast … the prudent charm of a flask … Colombia with its vast Is considering legalizing the cocaine industry. ..The doctor who challenged the unilateral myth …

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