I'm afraid Nike money/publicity and a few good seasons put them ahead of us in the eyes of the general public and pollsters. I certainly don't think of them as a "blue blood," but I fear recent history favors them in too many eyes.
Yeah, my millennial ex-co-worker got an MBA this year from Darden Business School (at UVA) to go along with his BS in Chemical Engr. from 0u. He was very disappointed with his $130k starting salary.
(don't y'all start thinking I actually agree with you)
^^^^ This. Beyond that the commissioner or a very small committee should have been granted the power to move a game, i.e. making texass play us last weekend if it kept 12/12 open in case a later game needed to be rescheduled.
If KHP or AB can get a good solid chuck on Kolar before he gets into his routes it will work wonders for our pass rush. That especially needs to happen any time we blitz. If we blitz but allow Purdy to bail out to Kosar it could be trouble, but like you, I think we'll be fine. I'm starting to...
This made me chuckle (as opposed to lol!) because the post itself is the answer to the question it poses:
so many of us enjoyed at least some wrestling while we were at OSU, but it's not popular enough nationally to casually follow.
I personally had a small resurgence of interest a few years...
We tailgated outside one of our kids' apartment, very much scaled down from normal. One 12x12 tent instead of 2 @ 10x20, no TV, no grill. 10 people at max, 6-8 most of the time. Only finger foods. Only the bar was the same.