According to “science” Michigan’s quarterback, Denard Robinson defies science when he plays. How exactly is that possible? MGOBLOG, a sports blog focusing entirely on Michigan sports, states that Robinson “recreates the G force of a shuttle launch when he cuts.” Now if this were actually possible Ohio State might want to worry when they are playing Michigan next football season. Seeing as how this is completely impossible, Ohio State has the intentions of beating Michigan next year and for the next 7 years, at least, after that.
It’s well known that the game during the 2011 football season was a close season, and that Ohio State was having an off year. This is not an excuse in the slightest bit. Ohio State was adjusting to losing their long time head coach Jim Tressel and having Luke Fickell take over as head coach. Now that Urban Meyer has taken over as head coach for next season, there’s only one thing to be said to MGOBLOG and Michigan, Robinson and the rest of the team better bring it next year. Ohio State is not a losing school and next season they intend to prove that.
The Michigan-Ohio State rivalry is long standing, and most don’t know why it originally started, at this time that’s not important, what is important is that the rivalry is there and Ohio State will prove that they are better next season. A new coach, new recruits, new coaching staff, and new fans will ensure that Ohio State can be better than ever. Ohio State was able to go seven years, more than 2900 days, without losing to Michigan and last year will be a fluke. Robinson played a good game during the 2011 season, but he didn’t once defy science or “recreate a G Force.”
MGOBLOG states that Robinson is better than Michael Vick was in college or is now in the NFL, but what does that have to do with anything? It doesn’t matter at all. You can compare any quarterback in all of college to Michael Vick, and majority of them won’t have better stats, but some will, so what makes Robinson so special? Nothing. Next year Ohio State will defeat Robinson in his final game against Ohio State and will enjoy doing it.