Miami Hurricanes Football: Canes Will Win the Disgrace Bowl over Ohio St.
I can't be the only person underwhelmed with the Ohio State Buckeyes. After Week 2, there were nearly doubts as to whether the Buckeyes were even the best team in the state of Ohio.
The Buckeyes were able to pull out a close one against the Toledo Rockets. This game was played in Columbus and they only won this game 27-22.
Compound this unimpressive victory with the addition of more uncertainty with the remaining suspended players from Ink-Gate.
Speaking of collegiate scandals, the Miami Hurricanes football program has been rocked to it's core by the accusations from Nevin Shapiro. The jailed former Hurricanes booster has said he has provided countless benefits to the Hurricanes players dating even before this current regime.
As of right now, Jacory Harris, QB of the Miami Hurricanes has served a one-game suspension for his involvement with Shapiro.
We are still waiting for the other shoe to drop in this scandal as it is a little behind the development of the Buckeye issues.
Now, the two teams meet on Saturday, September 17th. Before Terrelle Pryor left the team and subsequently went to the NFL, this game was set to be the first major test for the Buckeyes. Now, with all National Championship aspirations out the window, this game should be of a major concern.
The Toledo Rockets out gained the Buckeyes in their matchup even though they seemed to have inferior speed at most skill positions. What do you think this will look like when they matchup with the Canes?
Jake Stoneburner has torched inferior pass coverage from Kent St and Toledo. Will he find the same soft spots in the zone with Sean Spence, and Ramon Buchanan filling some of those spots.
The Canes will be the most athletic team the Buckeyes have faced this season and the Canes are at home.
Canes win the Disgrace Bowl, 33-14.
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