ESPN's Blackledge picks OSU in BCS title game
“I'm a big (Ohio State head coach) Jim Tressel fan and he was embarrassed by what happened in last year's BCS Game”
ESPN analyst Todd Blackledge tabs the Southeastern Conference as the best in collegiate football, but he believes this year's national champion will come from the Big Ten. via Daily-Jeff.com
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#1 Dec 24, 2007
I kind of agree. I've seen LSU play numerous times this year and I wasn't totally impressed with them.
If Ohio State can run the ball (and Beanie Wells is one helluva RB) they should be able to win.
#2 Dec 24, 2007
The real problem with LSU towareds the end of the season is that they were real beat up. I remembering watching a UF team struggle with FSU in 2006-and I didn't think they belong-it was because they were beat up. LSU will be healthy and worthy and playing at home. OSU will need to be a very mobile, hostile and agile game face with a solid game plan to take this one. I do think that OSU will be a very dangerous team-and if they can run the ball-look out LSU. OSU will need to control the time of possession 2 to 3 times to 1 to win this game. If they do that, they will be fine. This game needs to be a mirror image as the PSU game.
#3 Dec 24, 2007
He was in Canton-what the heck did you expect him to say ?
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