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Miami's Run-D seems to have stiffened-up in the second half.
wow...Miami STILL has a chance.
Haha, did anyone see that guy just now with the t-shirt that said "Sucks to be U" with the Miami U.
IMO we kick their asses. Our DL will eat their OL for breakfast. Undisciplined as always.
It's surprising. Even with the suspensions, I expected more out of the U. They were gifted Maryland miscues to even be as close as they were. Maybe the suspensions really hurt them, but this team just doesn't look very good. Couple that with the fact that the game in Miami is at minimum gonna be 50-50 with all the OSU fans going to the game. I liked OSU's chances even before this game, but now I'm a lot more confident the Bucks can come away with a big victory.
Te play should give us a big boost. They Will be missing a couple lbs.
I like our D-Line against their O-Line.
Maryland should have scored in th upper 40's. Not sure those three missing DL made much of a difference here, Maryland's just kept them off balance all night. Maryland's red zone follies were due to questionable play calling, dropped TD passes and not sticking with what got them down the field.
A less than stellar Maryland D front started to get pressure and take that game over in the 4th quarter as well.
Avoid turnovers and win that battle, have a balanced run and pass offense, have good special teams and the usual OSU defense, and we should beat Miami by 10 plus points.
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