So yeah Jack Mac blogged that college football is on its last leg and it seems like the Big Ten is the driving force behind not playing. And I'm not going to sit here and sugar coat this: that's stupid. If the season needs to be cancelled, let the Pac 12 or Big 12 do it and then let it snowball. I'm not going to sit here and argue with the medical experts.....yet. But how in the world does the Big Ten start this trend?? When they have THE clear and obvious favorite to win the National Championship.
The fact of the matter is that the Buckeyes are an absolute wagon this year. This is the year...a Revenge Tour. I've never been so excited and confident in a team. We have arguably the best player in college football and not-arguably the best QB in Ohio State history. And their schedule is like Tartine Bakery in San Francisco.....we're talking cupcakes, folks!
10-0, minimum. I'm not trying to be arrogant here but I literally cannot find a loss. We don't even play a real game until November 7th, and there won't even be fans for the white out at Penn State. Well, I guess I should mention we have a game....the game....on October 24th. But seeing as the Buckeyes are hanging 100 on Michigan this year, as guaranteed by Ryan Day, I'm not too concerned with that one.
Point being, literally everything is falling the Buckeyes way this year.....except the whole cancel the season thing. Which the players are doing their best to reverse:
I'll say this: if we never see Justin Fields in an Ohio State uniform ever again, it should be a criminal offense. People that should be arrested include the refs from the Clemson game, the Big Ten commissioner, and the idiot that ate the bat that started this whole virus thing. To have his 1 single season ended like how it did last year…I can't even think about it without getting sick. We can't move to the Spring. He'll rightfully sit out. We need to play NOW. Other Buckeyes agree…
The Ohio State football main account is literally retweeting these kids. And it's not just the players trying to change the minds of the Big Ten administrators. The PARENTS (the ones who love the kids almost as much as the fans) were even sharing a collaborative letter on social media all night.
Now Mommy and Daddy are in on it too! My question is this: if the players want to play, and the players parents want them to play, and the coaches want to coach……why can't they? They know what they're signing up for. Play against all the other players that knowingly agree to sign up as well. This isn't that hard.
Everyone please say a prayer right now. This is a National Championship team with a Heisman winner on it. We need a season.