WOW!!! You're that guy. He was clearly pointing out that the "plant leg" wording is NFL only by saying, "NFL rules have the plant leg." Not once did he say that OSU should have gotten that call.
Maybe re-read your post before posting. Just plain rude and it isn't the first time.
If a mid-season UCLA team can only get that many viewers when they are top 10, undefeated, and playing #10 Oregon. Then I don't see how their media rights does anything for the BIG10. It isn't worth 100M if they only get that many viewers with a premium match-up.
OSU/Texas beat #9 UCLA (undefeated) vs #10 Oregon on Fox by over a million viewers. No one cares about the PAC12.
And beat #7 Ole'Miss (undefeated) vs LSU on CBS.
OSU went up against some great games and came out on top.
This. TCU has played 2 Big12 games and in both of them, they have knocked out the starting QB.
Headhunting the QB on a QB-slide against OU.
Drive the QB into the ground against KU. The defender lifted his own legs off the ground and put his full weight on the QB even though the QB was...
Utah is at home. Home is worth "3" points. So it is pick'em game.
Same can be asked about OSU. Based on the "3" points for home, TCU would be favored by 1 at a neutral site.
Media rankings don't always agree with Vegas or which way the action is moving.
Utah is actually favored by 3.5 against USC.
Penn St @ Mich (-7) is interesting. Neither team has played any significant teams. Michigan always seems to have a slow start in their games, early start (12 Noon local) in Ann Arbor, and Ann Arbor isn't known to be a tough place to play on the road.
I'm not a good X's and O's guy, but that could be part of it. Not sure where that leaves Bray when Johnson comes back.
We are embarrassingly blessed at WR and I like that SS has been sharing the ball with many of them.
Just looked at the stats. 4 WR with 16-26 receptions and 200-360 yards.