May 25, 2024


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JIM, GET DUMPED THEN. Head coach Jim Harbaugh of Michigan will not be able to coach the Wolverines against Penn State, Maryland, or Ohio State due to a violation of the conference’s sportsmanship policy, according to a Big Ten statement released on Friday.

Some people have called the Big Ten’s punishment “weak,” and in some ways, they are right. However, it’s crucial to keep in mind that Harbaugh’s suspension by the Big Ten is only one half of a two-part equation. The National Collegiate Athletic Association may impose further sanctions on Harbaugh and the Wolverines after its investigation is concluded, hopefully soon. That is something I anticipate happening, and when it does, I think it will be the hammer that falls like Mjolnir and clamps down on Michigan in

This isn’t Sparta at all! Ohio State was referred to as “beatable” by Michigan State interim head coach Harlon Barnett during a press conference earlier this week.

Barnett coached at Michigan State under Mark Dantonio from 2007 to 2017 and Mel Tucker from 2020 to 23. “I know what it is to go down, compete, and play hard against these guys,” Barnett said. As with everyone else, these guys are beatable. We’re going to approach the game with the intention of attacking them and winning. That’s how I think. It’s not going to change. A spoiler was mentioned last week. “That’s a scrub mentality,” I think. I have never had that mindset, and I never will.

Is Ohio State, however, beaten?

Yes, in the “Any Given Sunday” kind of Al Pacino. That is to say, all college football teams in the United States of America, including The Buckeyes, are beatable.

But ANT MEETS BOOT at 7:30 p.m.

Yes, in fact. In Columbus, the No. 1-ranked, 9-0 Buckeyes take on the 3-6 Spartans.

Yes, in fact. Yes, in fact. Ohio State, who has victories over Notre Dame and Penn State in the top 10, takes on Michigan State, which has lost handily to both Washington and Michigan.

Yes, in fact. Yes, in fact. Yes, in fact. Michigan State’s offence, which averages 319.1 yards and 18.2 points per game and ranks No. 111 and No. 121 in the NCAA, will face the formidable Ohio State defence, which is led by JT Tuimoloau, Tyleik Williams, and Tommy Eichenberg.

Yes, in fact. Yes, in fact. Yes, in fact. Yes, in fact. The Ohio State offence, which includes TreVeyon Henderson, Marvin Harrison Jr., and Emeka Egbuka, will be up against Michigan State’s defence, which is ranked No. 45 and No. 72 in the NCAA with 350.9 yards and 26.6 points allowed per game.


As it should, Buckeye Nation will be ecstatic when the scoreboard hits 0:00. Michigan State has learned a lot from Ohio State in the last thirty years: Three seasons in a row without a loss: 1998, 2013, and 2015, when they also won the Big Ten championship. Even after Ohio State’s seven straight victories, there aren’t many bigger JOYS than the one experienced when the Buckeyes defeated the Spartans.

Greetings, readers of Skull Session! Tonight, you will have

OUR MENU. Apart from Ohio State vs Michigan State, the Week 11 college football schedule appears incredibly exciting: For Buckeye Nation, the following games should not be missed: No. 3 Michigan vs. No. 10 Penn State (FOX, Noon); No. 13 Tennessee vs. No. 14 Missouri (CBS, 3:30 p.m.); No. 18 Utah vs. No. 5 Washington (FOX, 3:30 p.m.); and No. 9 Ole Miss vs. No. 2 Georgia (ESPN, 7 p.m.).

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