A tradition unlike any other

Remember this?

Update to last night.

I guess it’s the Columbus version of the loser getting beanie weenies.

I hope they saved a piece for Corch.


Filed under Big Ten Football, Urban Meyer Points and Stares

15 responses to “A tradition unlike any other

  1. Jim

    I almost threw up when they showed that douche bag on the sideline. Hard to pull for Clemson but even harder to pull for Ohio


    • Macallanlover

      That one shot of him confirmed that my wife and I were correct to be hoping for a Clemson win last night (and followed by a Clemson losson the 13th). Only ohio is worse than AU, FU, TN, and SC on my list of teams to seriously dislike. They were always on the bottom, but Urbie solidified their spot. America’s favorite team to hate. Had nothing against their new coach until he whined about officiating last night after a game they really blew. from the 1st quarter until the end of the game.


    • Texas Dawg

      I felt the same. I was pretty neutral until they should that POS on the sideline. From that point on (as bad as I hated to do it) I was rooting for Clemson to win. Amazing the affect Urban has on people.


  2. DawgPhan

    Loved that they cut to Urban and then OSU loses pretty quickly after that.


  3. Stuff happens when you dominate a game everywhere but a -2 turnover margin. Blow a 16-point lead. Have a 80% probability of winning the game at 4:00 to go. Enjoy that pizza, Chokeyes.

    I can’t stand Dabo and hope LSU beats the living daylights out of them, but I am glad for many reasons anOSU is out of the picture … their douche bag fan base for one.

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    • Macallanlover

      Exactly, if it weren’t for their fans consistent asshole-ishness I would have hoped they won. Seemed the better team, and I was curious how LSU’s offense would be against their defense. BTW, this was not even close to how turnovers can upend a dominant performance as our game against SC was. We dominated even more, and lost because of 4 TOs. Not that we were championship level this season anyway but should have been 12-1 and not close to qualified for the final four


  4. Jim

    It didn’t hurt my feelings one bit for the game to end on a Fields interception


  5. 92 Grad

    I was pretty angry last night that the orange team won, still kind of am. I will say, I’m glad OhioST lost. Now all I have to look forward to is reading how the general opinion of CFB fans turns from Alabama fatigue to clemson fatigue. And, when is some media person going to finally say “clemson is a good team, but they should be after playing 12 scrimmages in preparation for the final 2 games.


  6. practicaldawg

    Fields is a great QB against bad defenses and fairly pedestrian against great defenses. Something tells me this year was his real shot.


  7. CEPH

    Im glad Clemson won because it gives the SEC a chance to wax their ass.
    We compete directly against them in recruiting so if LSU can do their job it has to help.. Dabo sounded like Pelosi, lot of talking but saying nothing.


  8. HiAltDawg

    Last night was pretty hilarious, because over drinks 🍹 I like to do a Raylan Givens-esque explanation on why Patrick Reed or Corch Meyer should be “shot on sight” inside Athens/ClarkeCounty and those two Donkies NEVER disappoint. Also, I might add: Justin Fields threw a pick when it mattered, just like Coley coached his arse, lol 😂