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Irrational Overreactions

Ryan Day’s trust issues with his players, staff, and himself could sink Ohio State’s season

The head coach can’t keep reversing course at the first sign of trouble.

Irrational Overreactions(?): Day should call plays like that all the time; secondary let down the rest of the team

Also, C.J. Stroud is one of the best QBs in Ohio State history.

Irrational Overreactions(?): Ohio State’s coaching staff continues to be the problem

This is not just a pattern, this is just who they are.

Irrational Overreactions(?): Dallan Hayden needs to start, it’s time to move on TTUN

Other than that, I am consciously uncoupling from the Maryland game in order to focus exclusively on the Mitten State Weasels.

Irrational Overreactions(?): Marvin Harrison Jr. is the best of his name, Babb’s score was most emotional ever

Also, is Coach Mick to blame for OSU’s rash of injuries?

Irrational Overreactions(?): It’s time to reassess Ohio State’s position in the CFP hunt

Not only was that game ugly, but it was also pretty telling.

Irrational Overreactions(?): J.T. Tuimoloau just had the greatest defensive game in Ohio State history

Also, I’m going to reference that thing that some of you all hate, but I am absolutely right about and have been for a year.

Irrational Overreactions(?): The time has come for Iowa to give Kirk Ferentz an ultimatum

I also go on a potentially insane rant and then call myself out on it.

Irrational Overreactions(?): Ohio State needs to work out safeties at corner during off week

Also, losing Clark Phillips III is the worst recruit hit under Ryan Day.

Irrational Overreactions(?): Miyan Williams is a Heisman contender, Ohio State has no juice for lesser games

No, I am not a prisoner of the moment, why do you ask?

Irrational Overreactions(?): Ohio State beats Wisconsin, becomes best team in the country

No, I am not a prisoner of the moment, why do you ask?

Irrational overreactions to Ohio State’s 41-20 win over Tulsa

Bring on the youth movement in Columbus.