Gameday Skull Session: Get Dumped, Purdue

I’ve been waiting for this day.

Ever since I saw Purdue stab a knife in the throat of my team on national television back in 2018, I have been anxiously awaiting the chance that the Buckeyes could give back.

This is it. Purdue Pete dies today.

My name is inigo montoya

I have not been shy about my thoughts on this Purdue team. I think it’s the most threatening team in the big ten at the moment, and if Ohio State is going to lose another game in the regular season, it will be this one. The trainbuiler defense is pretty good and the passing offense is one of the best in the country.

But it just makes what’s happening even sweeter.

See, this is not an innocent and unhappy Purdue team with nothing to play for and no hope. This is a confident and talented team with a chance for a conference title that is still at stake. This is a team with one of the two receivers in the country, a quarterback who has just thrown himself over 500 yards, and a defensive end who has just been mocked as the overall No. 1 in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Purdue has never had such scammers on their way into Columbus. That means the Buckeyes today not only get the chance to avenge a three-year-old loss, they have the chance to break moods, demoralize and break hearts. And I did not want it any different.

Word of the day: Train wreck.

GAMEDAY MENU. It’s going to be a great day at college football, I think. Enjoy.

Match

Time (ET)

TV / mobile

West Virginia and Kansas State

12:00

FS1

Mississippi State at # 17 Auburn

12:00

ESPN

UCF at SMU

12:00

ESPNU

Houston at Temple

12:00

ESPN +

East Carolina and Memphis

12:00

ESPN +

# 8 Oklahoma at # 13 Baylor

12:00

FOX

Rutgers in Indiana

12:00

BTN

Syracuse in Louisville

12:00

RSN / ESPN3

Northwestern at # 18 Wisconsin

12:00

ESPN2

UConn by Clemson

12:00

ACCN

Samford, Florida

12:00

SECN + / ESPN +

New Mexico State at # 2 Alabama

12:00

SECN

# 6 Michigan in Penn State

12:00

ABC

Maine at UMass

12:00

FloFootball / NESN +

Bucknell by the Army

12:00

CBSSN

WKU and rice

14:00

ESPN +

Georgia State off Coastal Carolina

14:00

ESPN +

# 24 Utah in Arizona

14:00

P12N

South Alabama at Appalachian State

14:30

ESPN +

Georgia Southern in Texas State

At 3.00

ESPN +

# 19 Purdue and # 4 Ohio State

15:30

ABC

Miami (FL) in Florida State

15:30

ESPN

Duke at Virginia Tech

15:30

ACCN

Florida Atlantic at Old Dominion

15:30

ESPN +

Iowa State at Texas Tech

15:30

ESPN2

UAB and Marshall

15:30

CBSSN

Louisiana near Troy

15:30

ESPN +

Boston College at Georgia Tech

15:30

RSN / ESPN3

Charlotte at Louisiana Tech

15:30

Stadium

Southern Miss at # 23 UTSA

15:30

ESPN +

FIU in Middle Tennessee

15:30

ESPN3

# 1 Georgia and Tennessee

15:30

CBS

Minnesota at # 20 Iowa

15:30

BTN

UTEP in North Texas

16:00

ESPN +

Hawaii at UNLV

16:00

Spectrum PPV

Maryland at # 7 Michigan State

16:00

FOX

Tulsa at Tulane

16:00

ESPNU

South Carolina and Missouri

16:00

SECN

Arkansas State at ULM

17:00

ESPN +

Stanford and Oregon State

17:30

P12N

Kentucky at Vanderbilt

19:00

ESPN2

# 11 Texas A&M on # 15 Ole Miss

19:00

ESPN

Arizona State and Washington

19:00

FS1

Air Force in Colorado State

19:00

CBSSN

New Mexico and Fresno State

19:00

Stadium

Kansas, Texas

19:30

ESPNU

# 16 NC State at # 12 Wake Forest

19:30

ACCN

# 9 Notre Dame in Virginia

19:30

ABC

# 25 Arkansas at LSU

19:30

SECN

TCU at # 10 Oklahoma State

20:00

FOX

Colorado at UCLA

21:00

P12N

Nevada at # 22 San Diego State

22:30

CBSSN

Utah State and San Jose State

22:30

FS1

Washington State at # 3 Oregon

22:30

ESPN

CULTURE CHANGE. This game feels a bit different than any other game against Train Builders in recent times.

In the past, any Purdue success against the Buckeyes could quite easily be dismissed as a trap game or a result of witchcraft, sorcery, aliens, divine intervention, or any other extraterrestrial explanation.

But if Purdue comes out and beats Ohio State around for 60 minutes today, it will not feel like a stroke of luck. It will feel like a good football team surpassing another good football team. It was a change David Bell wanted to see when he came to Purdue.

“I wanted to change the culture,” Bell said after the Purdue Giant-Killers won their second game of the season over a top-5 team – in this case undefeated, No. 3 in Michigan State, beating the Spartans 40-29. Bell caught 11 passes on 217 yards and a touchdown.

“We definitely had a bad rep as we were not able to win the matches we were supposed to win and lost the matches we were not supposed to win. So I think we’re changing the narrative right now.”

You change that story, David – just not against my team, thank you.

SECOND SPORT. SECOND INDIANA TEAM. SAME BUCKEYES. The football team is not the only Buckeyes playing an Indiana team with something at stake today. The Ohio State Club Rugby team is playing for a conference title against the Hoosiers in Chicago at 2 p.m. today.

Indiana gave Ohio State its only conference loss of the year earlier this season, beating the Buckeyes of Columbus in their final title game two years ago. Needless to say, it’s time for revenge.

Basically, the entire state of Indiana can be dumped today across all sports. Please and thank you.

PIKER PIKER PIKER. Here they are – the right choices.

  • Michigan -1.5 against Penn State. Strange as it may be, I actually think Michigan is the more consistent team in this match. I think Michigan has a noticeably better offense and no doubt has a better defense. The only thing that opposes them is Beaver Stadium, but it helps that it’s a dinner and not a night match.
  • Oklahoma -5.5 against Baylor. It’s very clear that Oklahoma needs some style points to have any hope of reaching the College Football Playoff, and I much like this offensive with Caleb Williams directing the show. I would not pretend that this is the same Oklahoma that typically runs through the Big 12, but it will win by a touchdown.
  • Ohio State vs. Purdue under 63.5 points. Many people are going to see this fight as one of the strong attacks, but I see two drastically underrated defenses. I think it’s much more low scoring than one point per game. minute.
  • Boston College +2 against Georgia Tech. I would have thought Boston College was the better team in this game, even before Phil Jurkovec came back, now I think they are definitely better in pretty much every aspect of the game. They’re going to win straight up.
  • Virginia +6.5 against Notre Dame. I think Virginia is a sneaking good football team. The Cavaliers are actually leading the nation in total offense, and although their defense is not good, Notre Dame’s offense has been their weak point. I’m not saying Virginia is going to win, but I will definitely take that they get almost a touchdown at home against an Irish team I think is overrated.
  • NC State +2 against Wake Forest. I’ve been on the Wake train for much of this season, but I honestly think the wrong team is favored here. As good as Wake’s offense is, Wolfpack has the No. 6 scoring defense in the country, and an offensive that is noticeably better than Wake’s defense.

SONG OF THE DAY. “Bring Em Out” by TI

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