Ross doesn't really post up.
And The Villain played point when he won NPOY.
Terence Dials is on my all-time Buckeye team. Go-to scorer, shot blocker and generally a plug in the middle with that 7 ft wingspan. A lot like Sully, but played more games.
You've got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was. - Irish proverb
I voted for Sullinger but I agree that Dials was a great post player when there were not a lot of other options offensively on the team. Dials dealt with a lot of traffic in the post.
Sullinger was amazing, but Oden, when healthy was unstoppable!
"Because I couldn't go for 3"
Oden was a match-up nightmare for most folks. All he did was dunk.
I think it's between Oden and Sully...two different types of post players. Oden went up and over defenders with power. Sully was more finesse. Went with Oden because he's the classic pure post whereas Sullinger could slide out to forward.
"It's just another case of there you are". ~ Doc (1918-2012)
Offensively Sullinger and Dials right behind him
Sullinger had offensive moves on the blocks that you rarely see in young big men these days, most of whom can either just dunk, or want to be Kevin Durant.
The most "loud mouth, disrespect" poster on 11W.
Love Sully, but Oden was the best since Lucas. Hard to say since he played half the year with a cast on his right hand (or was it the left? I think right)
Cast- right wrist. shot freebies lefty at ab 65% if memory serves me.
Sully is the answer. Clever and phenomenal footwork.
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Oden kept us in NC game. That game separates him from the rest.
"I'm not going to lie. We're anxious to be a part of a matchup like that. It's two states that love the game of football." -Jim Tressel
Sullinger. Not close.
1. Sullinger. 2. Oden. 3. Dials. [gap] 4. Thomas. [enormous gap] 5. Turner. 6. Ross.
Oden all day
Oden's presence was definitely the most dominant and game-changing, but the question is post-up threat. Not a lot of dudes posted up on Greg.
It's Sully fo' sho'.
"The height of human desire is what wins, whether it's on Normandy Beach or in Ohio Stadium." -Wayne Woodrow Hayes
Did anyone who voted Sulliinger actually watch Oden play??
National Championship game, with a broken hand!
~Because we couldn't go for three~
Sully was a tremendous passer, which made his post threat even greater.