The truth is, I’m going out to tell you that the Big Ten still hasn’t delivered their flick together, but I think that does the trick.
– Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) September 15, 2020
Word of the day: Chutzpah.
Is the last included? On the third day that I sincerely believed that we would get an announcement and go, the worst news would come from the damn president of Nebraska besides the chorus of people who have no idea what the hell is. The It is getting so late.
And the weird part is, everyone seems to know the decision anyway?
No official word about Big Ten restart betrayed Big Ten coaches. For the last few days, many programs are going ahead for the upcoming event / decision. There remains a lot of hope and optimism. But no official green light has been found so far.
– Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) September 15, 2020
If the Big Ten’s “decision is extremely clear, but don’t formally tell anyone about it for a few days” approach sounds familiar to you, it’s because they did exactly that a month ago when Kevin Warren gave the teams Instead of just “go light in practice”, you know, is actually making a decision.
Source: The Big Ten president remains on the verge of canceling the season, but the league is not ready to announce. The decision is close, but not final. Big Ten programs have been commissioned by Commissioner Kevin Warren to essentially bring the practice into practice tomorrow.
– Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) 10 August, 2020
So now we have gone full circle and we appear in the decision-making phase to be “generally harder than practice”.
Could this please be over? I would just like to get on with my life.
It is not happening so soon. If you think this whole process has ended for you, then imagine what it’s like for players who have seen their season swinging for weeks without official word from anyone about anything.
– Drew Chrisman (@ DChrisman91) September 16, 2020
I don’t know if it’s fresh or sad to know that players are in the same boat as us, constantly checking Twitter in search of some kind of news.
SACRIFICES has been created. Ohio State players are used to working their asses off to prepare for a season, but have had to “devote their lives to football” entirely, as Sean Wade addresses as an epidemic. Moves
.@OhioStateFB CB @ shaunwade24 Told me that this was the year for us (to win the National Championship), then talked about the sacrifices that they had made as expected. https://t.co/sqtzuThXau pic.twitter.com/XShmnMpzUT
– Marty Smith (@MartySmithESPN) September 15, 2020
So basically, everyone – including newcomers who were undoubtedly trying to adjust to a strange new place – put everything about their lives into a chance to be able to compete Not football-rated since March.
Here’s hoping it’s not in vain, and we’ll find out soon.
Please add quotes. Turns out, Chase Young is still good at football, even though he is now playing against professional people-movers rather than hobbyists.
I counted (at least) 5 pressures. Seem to hesitate in the real deal pic.twitter.com/aiY5BOYIcw
– Paul Alexander (@CoachPaulAlex) September 15, 2020
I love that we have to do this regularly now. Remember when the world was shocked at Joey Bosa’s immediate dominance? Sam Hubbards again? Then his nick boss? I can’t wait to see who’s next!
Today’s song. “B a noBody” by SOAK.
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