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Old 01-13-2015, 06:24 AM
 
Location: Dublin, OH
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Originally Posted by chickenfriedbananas View Post
It's not 2009; Oregon's not little anymore. I think you'll see that tonight.
Still the same Oregon...soft.

OSU punched them in the gut and they didn't respond. Without 4 fumbles that were unforced, OSU hangs 70 on them.

 
Old 01-13-2015, 06:31 AM
 
Location: Dublin, OH
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The Kelly/Helfrich offense is great for putting up video game numbers but when push comes to shove it's produced as many titles as my offensive scheme. Zero.
It doesn't work against press coverage when WRs aren't running open immediately all game and when a D Line physically whips the O Line, getting Pressure w/ 4 and stopping the run w/ 6 in the box. Also when the opponent's offense is having 5-6 min drives all game long, even on most of the turnovers we moved the ball deep into Oregon territory taking time off the clock. I bet Time of Possession was 35-25 at least in favor of OSU.
 
Old 01-13-2015, 06:51 AM
 
Location: Dublin, OH
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A lot of Ohio state fans probably won't admit this. But Urban turned Ohio state into a sec style program. Big physical defensive and offensive lines and smash mouth football is a sec trademark.
I fully admit it...he still has his spread offense that gets guys in space...but it's a power spread...even more so than what he had at Florida.
 
Old 01-13-2015, 06:58 AM
 
Location: Dublin, OH
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Lol.

Nonsense. Every team that loses can make the same exact excuses you made.

The fact of the matter is they won the turnover battle 4-0 and still only put 20 points on the board. (I'm not counting the interception that Mariota threw at the end, especially if you're not counting that last touchdown by OhSt.)

Without out those 4 turnovers OhSt might have put 55-60 points on the board.

A very soft defense that could not stop the run to save their life, and a hurry up offense system that causes it's soft defense to stay on the field, is why Oregon lost.
Agree...anyone that thinks Oregon beat themselves doesn't know football at all.

Yes they made a few mistakes...but OSU's defense was flat out whipping them...even at warp speed, it didn't matter because OSU was fully prepared....this is the first time Oregon played a team just as fast as them but also more physical than them too. OSU out talented Oregon at nearly every position too.
And don't blame the loss on missing starters...OSU was down to a 3rd string QB for god sakes....injuries are part of the game...next man up.
 
Old 01-13-2015, 07:03 AM
 
Location: Dublin, OH
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Most of the countries lines on both sides are bigger then Oregons, you forget Oregon played Mich St and beat them more then Ohio St did. You forget also that Stanford, USC and Arizona are all far bigger then Oregon and play smash mouth. No oregon leads the nation in takeaways. They also lead in points off turnovers. I disagree with you, Oregon beat themselves more. The Oregon team that doesn't beat themselves showed up on the opening drive. This game looked exactly like the arizona game, alot of offensive penalties, oregon limitted themselves

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Oregon beat them in Eugene....OSU went up to E Lansing...OSU beat them 49-37 and MSU scored a late TD to make it look closer.

Are you really dumb enough to think its just as easy to win on the road as it is at home? MSU had a double digit lead at Autzen too...took several 2nd half turnovers to turn the tide in that game too. OSU had a double digit half time lead in E Lansing...they were never in it.

Face it...if they played 10 times, OSU beat Oregon 8 out of 10...we were flat out better at every position except QB...plus a better coach who now has 3 Natties
 
Old 01-13-2015, 07:19 AM
 
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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Oregon beat them in Eugene....OSU went up to E Lansing...OSU beat them 49-37 and MSU scored a late TD to make it look closer.

Are you really dumb enough to think its just as easy to win on the road as it is at home? MSU had a double digit lead at Autzen too...took several 2nd half turnovers to turn the tide in that game too. OSU had a double digit half time lead in E Lansing...they were never in it.

Face it...if they played 10 times, OSU beat Oregon 8 out of 10...we were flat out better at every position except QB...plus a better coach who now has 3 Natties
Why go back and forth and argue about this?

Your team just won the National Championship... what more is needed to be justified? LOL... All you have to do is congratulate Oregon on beating Mich St. when it didn't matter while your team beat Oregon when it did matter.
 
Old 01-13-2015, 07:23 AM
 
Location: Crooklyn, New York
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So are the Oregon Ducks now officially the Buffalo Bills of college football?
 
Old 01-13-2015, 07:25 AM
 
Location: The Dirty South.
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Still the same Oregon...soft.

OSU punched them in the gut and they didn't respond. Without 4 fumbles that were unforced, OSU hangs 70 on them.
Seems like Oregon never learned from auburn a few years ago. Did you see Ohio states quarter back run through one of Oregon's DEFENSIVE LINEMAN that right there proves Oregon isn't that physical. Props to Ohio state. My family in Youngstown should be proud.
 
Old 01-13-2015, 07:26 AM
 
Location: Crooklyn, New York
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Seems like Oregon never learned from auburn a few years ago. Did you see Ohio states quarter back run through one of Oregon's DEFENSIVE LINEMAN that right there proves Oregon isn't that physical. Props to Ohio state. My family in Youngstown should be proud.
If we're talking about the same play, then that was a linebacker.
 
Old 01-13-2015, 08:07 AM
 
Location: Hartford CT
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If we're talking about the same play, then that was a linebacker.

The Play I remember, Jones knocked over the Nose Guard....who looked like a linebacker
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