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Just woke up and read this. I am literally across the street from Don Scott and I hope UM is on that plane, too. But someone would need binoculars to see someone getting off a plane. The fence is far from the terminal.
Did Urban sign yet??
I've found the answer: It was Charlie Weis and the rest of UF's offensive staff. They want to get some tips from Bollman on how to run a high-powered, innovative offense. The Buckeyes are a BETTER PASSING TEAM than Army and Navy. Take that, Bollman bashers!
The People's Champion
Well after 10 years of the Tressel/Bollman offense, this is what we are reduced to. You can't really blame us for getting excited at the mere notion of having an offense that might crack the top 25% in the nation. It's been a long road and although it's hard to complain about the run of success under Tressel, you still can't help but wonder what could have been if the Head Coach and AD had not been so willing to settle for such mediocrity year after year in the offensive coaching staff. I for one and ready for the change!
Those Who Stay Will Be Championshipless
In the words of the late great Colonel Sanders "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken!"
Interesting, I just checked and the plane is still in Cbus. My guess would be - if it is Meyer - that he flew to Cbus and is going to ride up to Michigan with Spielman because they are covering the game. Perfect time for Meyer to talk with OSU administration before the ride up to Ann Arbor. This is pure speculation on my part. But it would make sense seeing the plane is still at the Ohio State airport.
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