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TOSU VS TUM(FL) 10', 11'

Unread postby GameTimeAllTheTime » Sun Jan 17, 2010 3:33 pm

I can see it already now... These two games we have against them are monumental for the State Ohio and the Buckeye football program. There is definite bad blood in this game because the Buckeyes NC win over them and the controversy on the pass interference play. Depending on the quality of play in this match up it could start a new college football rivalry.

Heres a video on the buckeyes win over Miami http://buckeyes.fandome.com/video/80511/Ohio-State-vs-Miami-2002/

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Re: TOSU VS TUM(FL) 10', 11'

Unread postby furls » Sun Jan 17, 2010 7:59 pm

I am not sure how much bad blood there is since that game was 7 years ago now. Miami will have some hype next year, but I am not sold on them yet. I just hope the Bucks hit the ground running next year and Miami does not catch the Bucks as they are finding their way, like USC did last year.
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Re: TOSU VS TUM(FL) 10', 11'

Unread postby FUDU » Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:14 pm

I don't see any bad blood between the two teams. The biggest problem with this game will be how the large number of Ohio transplants in Miami deal with the smaller demographic of Hurricane fans v Buckeye fans.

Who was the coach of Miami in that Fiesta bowl again?
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Re: TOSU VS TUM(FL) 10', 11'

Unread postby GameTimeAllTheTime » Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:48 pm

Regardless of the recent struggles the Hurricanes have had they were once a powerhouse. Also depending on how the Buckeyes do TOSU has a opportunity to make Miami a pipe-line city for recruiting. Florida is a beast when it comes to recruits especially in Miami thats where the talent is. It's kinda hard for me to think that there would be no bad blood between both of these teams. Miami and the state of Florida thought they were cheated out of a nc game. Ill bet you there will be some flags because of scuffles.
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Re: TOSU VS TUM(FL) 10', 11'

Unread postby fundamentals » Tue Jan 19, 2010 10:03 am

GameTimeAllTheTime wrote:I can see it already now... These two games we have against them are monumental for the State Ohio and the Buckeye football program. There is definite bad blood in this game because the Buckeyes NC win over them and the controversy on the pass interference play. Depending on the quality of play in this match up it could start a new college football rivalry.

Heres a video on the buckeyes win over Miami http://buckeyes.fandome.com/video/80511/Ohio-State-vs-Miami-2002/

:cheers:


Monumental games? There's no bad blood. Comes down to an elite program (tOSU) playing against a school attempting to return to elite status. Ain't happening, tOSU will roll Miami next year at the 'Shoe. A potential speed bump, but nothing the Bucks shouldn't handle with ease.
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Re: TOSU VS TUM(FL) 10', 11'

Unread postby pup » Tue Jan 19, 2010 11:47 am

fundamentals wrote:
GameTimeAllTheTime wrote:I can see it already now... These two games we have against them are monumental for the State Ohio and the Buckeye football program. There is definite bad blood in this game because the Buckeyes NC win over them and the controversy on the pass interference play. Depending on the quality of play in this match up it could start a new college football rivalry.

Heres a video on the buckeyes win over Miami http://buckeyes.fandome.com/video/80511/Ohio-State-vs-Miami-2002/

:cheers:


Monumental games? There's no bad blood. Comes down to an elite program (tOSU) playing against a school attempting to return to elite status. Ain't happening, tOSU will roll Miami next year at the 'Shoe. A potential speed bump, but nothing the Bucks shouldn't handle with ease.


Bucks roll in 2010.

Pete Carrol to Miami in 2011 and that game is huuuuuuuge.
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Re: TOSU VS TUM(FL) 10', 11'

Unread postby fundamentals » Tue Jan 19, 2010 11:58 am

Pup wrote:Bucks roll in 2010.

Pete Carrol to Miami in 2011 and that game is huuuuuuuge.


Pete Caroll going David Lee Roth? :pop:
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Re: TOSU VS TUM(FL) 10', 11'

Unread postby skatingtripods » Tue Jan 19, 2010 1:26 pm

FUDU wrote:Who was the coach of Miami in that Fiesta bowl again?


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