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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by BuckeyeRiot, Aug 27, 2021.
He could play linebacker.
Cease and desist Birm
I wonder if they're posting this today due to Freeman talking more BS this week
ND is so annoying. They love acting like they’re so much better than everybody else cause they are so academic. That’s not helping them win.
What an ungrateful piece of trash
You get a like for that #StrongTake
He's the head coach of Notre Dame and we're a direct rival on the field and on the recruiting trail. I'm not sure what people expect him to say?
I hope he continues to run his mouth.
Also, they're not our rivals, they haven't beaten us since three years before Hitler invaded Poland.
I mean, you're right. But from his perspective, we're playing them in each of his first two seasons as a head coach and they obviously aspire to be what our program is
It just doesn't bother me if he wants to keep talking shit. He coaches for Notre Dame, and Day is going to skull-fuck him in a couple months.
It does bother me. I don't expect him to overly praise Ohio State but have some self awareness that you likely wouldn't be anywhere close to where you are without Ohio State.
Looking forward to Day running it up on them though
I think it’s more that most the times it keeps happening, it seems to be unprompted shots
Hopefully when Day is inevitably asked about the comments he is overly complimentary of the program Brian Kelly built there.
It's not bulletin board material but it does remind Marcus that he hasn't done a fucking thing yet.
He came up with the gameplan that allowed them to give up 600+ yards to Oklahoma State in the Fiesta Bowl. Don't forget that.
I hope we boat race ND and run it up on their asses.
Yeah, a lot of it is unprompted. It’s odd.
He and E.J. both seem like great people ...hope they get drafted as high as possible next week.
Hope someone passes this along to Mr Freeman
Freeman has to learn there are better ways to impress your new girl than by constantly talking shit about your ex.
this. and osu isn’t even an ex. it’s a part of him. this is all very odd and out of character.
Yo what is going on with the motherfucking power in Columbus?? It’s like Baghdad around my area no traffic lights are working
I just read over 100 pages of a thread that's nearly 10 years old. I need to get a life.
Freeman is such a badass! We’re all very impressed!
Freeman on The Fan with Carpenter & Schlegel.
Said Dodd totally misquoted him. He just read what was said in the interview.
I’d buy it if it wasn’t the 107th time he’s done this sort of thing.
my wife just got kicked out of the Riffe- city is about to start rolling blackouts again with the focus on downtown
Notre Dame head coach and former Ohio Buckeyes linebacker Marcus Freeman was under fire for a set of comments he made and wanted to set the record straight. On Wednesday, Freeman joined “Morning Juice,” a sports radio show on 97.1 The Fan in Columbus, Ohio, to discuss remarks that circulated on Tuesday that came across as a jab at Ohio Buckeyes’s academics.
“Key words and context were missing from the quote that upset a lot of people that I care about,” Freeman said. “I’m very proud of my two degrees from Ohio Buckeyes. I would never discredit the quality of education those degrees represent.”
Freeman argues the commentary was not a knock on Ohio Buckeyes academics, and he was misquoted in a story by CBS’ Dennis Dodd. Instead, Freeman was trying to make the point that at Notre Dame, a school of just 8,500 students, it’s incredibly difficult to skip class.
“I was specifically talking about the academic rigors at Notre Dame,” Freeman said. “Online classes were not a standard part of the curriculum here. In FACT, before COVID they weren’t even offered.”
Freeman said he reached out to Dodd’s camp for the audio from the interview he did, and shared the quote he gave in the interview.
“(Notre Dame students’) study habits are formulated every day,” Freeman said. “You can’t cheat academics at Notre Dame. If I didn’t go to class at Ohio Buckeyes, (there were) 60,000 students. Cincinnati (there are) 40,000 students. If you don’t go to class, OK. Take some online classes and show up at your final.
“At Notre Dame, you’re forced every day to go to class every day. It formulates this work capacity, this learning capacity.”
Freeman closed on the topic by summarizing why he included mention of the Buckeyes and the Bearcats in the first place.
“The only reason Ohio Buckeyes and Cincinnati were referenced was because they are large schools with a large student body in comparison to Notre Dame, which is a small school with 8,500 students,” Freeman added. “That’s why it was important for me to reach out to you. I wanted to make sure what I said was accurately reported.”
“I didn’t mean to call out the schools I mentioned by name”
Why is he saying Ohio Buckeyes?
Not sure why it copy/pasted like that...strange. He did not.
While Freeman may have learned a lot of things under Tressel, media savvy doesn’t appear to be one of them.
Tressel was the best there was at making Bowling Green or Ball State seem like 95 Huskers
late larry here but thread title made me chuckle audibly
It’s so hot it smells like burning hair outside.
I hate this guy so much
He had a pretty hot 'take' a couple weeks ago about Ryan Day eventually becoming the greatest coach ever
He comes off as one of those Rivals.com 2007 homer posters.
#1 KING BUCKEYE!
Just checked verified resales on OSU/Ticketmaster for Notre Dame and Michigan. The cheapest seat available for either game is $300+ per seat for a pair of two.
Face value starts at $149 for Zone 6 (basically upper deck and C deck in closed end). It’s $164 or $176 for Zone 5 (C deck 10-16 and upper 20’s).