NCAAF  > General NCAAF  > Miami is going to destroy Ohio State
September 3, 2010, 01:52 PM
Write that down!
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September 3, 2010  03:20 PM ET

THE U will bring it!

September 3, 2010  04:36 PM ET

Actually, Marshall destroyed Ohio State last night by lulling the Buckeyes into a false sense of security. Ohio State probably doesn't even need to bother showing up for the rest of their games-- it's pointless.

September 3, 2010  04:54 PM ET
QUOTE:

And the troll will be back with pathetic, whiny excuses if he's wrong.

I hate Hurricane trolls.

September 3, 2010  05:22 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

I hate Hurricane trolls.

More a "Big Ten Sucks because they suck" troll.

September 3, 2010  10:45 PM ET

So when you say 'destroy' I think of maybe 5 td's or so...

So you're predicting Miami wins like, what? ... 63-28

September 3, 2010  11:28 PM ET

The whole state? That's not very nice.

September 3, 2010  11:37 PM ET

I am 36 years old and ive never seen a team take a beat down and quit like miami did vs wisc..no way that buch of scumbag quiters ever beats OSU

September 3, 2010  11:49 PM ET
QUOTE(#8):

The whole state?

I can't even imagine the logistics that would be involved in something like that.

September 3, 2010  11:51 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

I can't even imagine the logistics that would be involved in something like that.

Actually not that difficult. Just hold a tractor pull at one end of the state and leave a pile of meth on the other. The state will literally tear itself apart.

September 4, 2010  12:34 AM ET
QUOTE(#11):

Just hold a tractor pull at one end of the state and leave a pile of meth on the other.

I was thinking more of a military style attack, but that's not a bad idea. You would just need a lot of tractors.

Ohio's about 200 miles N to S. If each tractor's sled was say 15' wide ... so you'd need about 70,000 tractors - and a bunch of diesel.

September 4, 2010  07:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#11):

Actually not that difficult. Just hold a tractor pull at one end of the state and leave a pile of meth on the other. The state will literally tear itself apart.

Don't know if Miami could come up with enough tractors, but they could call Michael Irvin and get the meth in no time flat. that or empty the players lockers!

I'll be back on Sept 12th!

September 4, 2010  12:38 PM ET
QUOTE(#14):

I'll be back on Sept 12th!

with tears in your eyes

September 4, 2010  12:52 PM ET
QUOTE(#12):

I was thinking more of a military style attack, but that's not a bad idea. You would just need a lot of tractors.Ohio's about 200 miles N to S. If each tractor's sled was say 15' wide ... so you'd need about 70,000 tractors - and a bunch of diesel.

That's not very green....going to tip the whole gobal warming thing off center. What is you carbon footprint? etc, etc

September 4, 2010  12:55 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

I am 36 years old and ive never seen a team take a beat down and quit like miami did vs wisc..no way that buch of scumbag quiters ever beats OSU

Has miami played wisc already this year? If not, is this year's team the same as last year? If so, why play at all?

And don't hold anything back wolf3....let us know how you truly feel. No sense in being understanding or diplomatic or even nice....this is CFB after all...

September 4, 2010  01:46 PM ET
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Write that down!

How 'bout we tattoo it on your forehead. It'll look great for another 7 days. And, I'll chip in a bottle of Patron to ease the pain.

Plus, right or wrong, it's a great conversation piece for your future senate campaign. "Look everybody, I've proudly been a blowhard since 2010!"

If you're right, you'll have concrete proof of your infallible prognostication skills. If wrong, at least you'll have permanent proof that you commit to things before they happen, instead of after they succeed (like most career politicians).

And, if you ever have it removed, you can claim the scar was "earned" serving a cause. Then, you'll get quiet and somber, holding back tears, saying, "it's too difficult to talk about." That should get you sympathy votes.

Bob Smith from No City, XX will look great on the campaign literature.

The rest of us may not know for sure yet who the winner of this game will be. But, at least we all agree on who the loser is here.

September 4, 2010  04:08 PM ET

Seriously though, this should be a good, tight game. I'm thinking 24-21 OSU. Their pounding physical running game will get through Miami's D just like Wisconsin did in the Outback Bowl. The 'Canes will jump out to the early lead, but OSU will take it in the 4th quarter after wearing out the defense all game.

September 4, 2010  05:13 PM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Has miami played wisc already this year? If not, is this year's team the same as last year? If so, why play at all?And don't hold anything back wolf3....let us know how you truly feel. No sense in being understanding or diplomatic or even nice....this is CFB after all...

Well said Default.

September 5, 2010  02:22 AM ET

Miami? I don't know that much about them. I see that some on the board are picking them to beat Ohio State. What's the logic?

 
September 5, 2010  02:30 AM ET

The Buckeyes have got this one.

Although I would like to see Miami win this one. Just to get back at the Bucks for that Nat'l champ game loss.

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