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Hopefully, Braxton Miller is OK, but the news doesn’t sound good. Let’s watch some fun plays now just in case we are deprived of them this season.
Meyer made the comments while speaking at a football camp recently. In related news, Friday’s full moon was the best full moon of all time. And this bowl of rice I’m eating is the best bowl of rice of all time.
After propagating the misleading practices of R.J. Bell, “The Herd” host is back in our good graces. Why? As the NCAA rendered a decision on the “10-second rule,” the ESPN Radio personality made a really, really interesting point: A faster game is a healthier game. The ruling, and a reason it might not have been
Lesson learned: If you are Tim Tebow, don’t you ever talk to a recruit on the phone.
The near massive upset, which looked like it was going to be Urban Meyer’s first loss at the helm, came down to the last minute with Michigan’s QB Devin Gardner throwing a pick on a gutsy two-point conversion attempt.
As we told you yesterday, Urban Meyer needs to shut up. As we’re telling you today, he’s responsible for all of the sports news that has gotten on your nerves.
Welcome to SportsGrid’s new Thursday feature, “Shut Up,” (pronounced: “shut up… comma”) where we add a name after the comma, telling that person to stop saying words, because they’re being stupid. Last week, we decided to tell a country to shut up about porn, by saying: Shut up, the United Kingdom. This week, we say: Shut up, Urban Meyer.
Was Woody Hayes Enough Of A Damn Maniac To Use A Penis-Biting Turtle As A Motivational Tool? And If So, Did It Work?
Woody Hayes: great coach. Ohio State legend. Synonymous with old-school, hard-nosed football. 219 careers wins. Four unbeaten seasons. Oh, and also: a little unhinged. but this unhinged?