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The Carla and Crappy Show: Ohio State Needs Help Edition

The Buckeyes don’t play on Saturday, but Week 11 could work out to be a big one for Ohio State. (Their SECOND bye week of the season? There are bye weeks in college football? Who knew?! – ed.) It also looks like the best Thursday night of college football EVAH. Carla recommends doing some thumb exercises to prepare. See our predictions after the jump.

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Uncle Crappy may live in Pittsburgh, but he grew up in Columbus. He attended his first Ohio State football game in 1973 and the experience pretty much ruined him for life; he's now a season ticket holder and has spent years torturing himself with endless cycles of angst and ecstasy that come with being a serious college football fan. He's willing to torture others as well, with post after post about the beauty of tailback iso plays run under slate-gray November skies. Being an Ohio guy has been, uh, helpful in other facets of his sports fandom as well. He loves the Cleveland Indians and he'll even publicly admit to being a Cleveland Browns fan, which means he spends a lot of time trying to convince the Stillers fans who surround him that the NFL actually existed prior to the appearance of Chuck Knoll and Terry Bradshaw in Pittsburgh. Uncle Crappy writes about Ohio State football and tailgating at killernutstailgating.com and everything else at unclecrappy.com. He also writes about tech stuff, transportation, craft beer and other things at a Pittsburgh-area newspaper.

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  1. clumberkim says:

    I had a “get off my lawn” moment while watching this. Williams never had a BYE WEEK. Harumph.
    It’s also “biggest little game in America” week, boys and girls. The last to be played on Williams’ Weston Field.

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