A Weekend of Optimism

By Kenny Roda

Browns and Buckeye fans I hope you had a great Thanksgiving with family and friends. Now it’s time to get down to business and make this weekend as enjoyable as that turkey dinner you all scarfed down.

First off, Ohio State still has a lot to play for on Saturday in Columbus: Going for a 6th straight Big Ten title, win number 7 in a row over the Wolverines, in college football’s greatest rivalry, a victory on senior day for 24 guys who will be playing their last game in “The Shoe” and a possible at large birth in a BCS Bowl (Orange or Sugar) game.

So here’s hoping all of that is motivation enough for the Buckeyes so they won’t come out and sleep walk through the first half like they did against Illinois, Wisconsin, Penn State and Iowa.

Jump on the Wolverines early and have a goal of putting 50 on the board and nothing less!

As for the Browns. Eric Mangini announced today that Jake Delhomme will get the start at quarterback for the injured Colt McCoy.

Here’s hoping that Delhomme is 100% healthy and his knowledge of his former team will give the Browns the decided advantage in this contest. Because if the Browns fall at home on Sunday to the (1-9) Panthers, the NFL’s worst team, things could get real ugly in C’Town.

And after such a great Thanksgiving, and the Buckeyes demolishing Michigan again (yes I am that confident), that’s not what we need in Northeast Ohio!

Follow Kenny Roda on Twitter @RoadmanWKNR


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