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Comment 21 Nov 2015

I'm with Zeke's. My parents cat could call a better game. If Les Miles is on a hot seat, Tim Beck should be basted in a pot of boiling oil. Cut off financial support if he's still employed next year 

Comment 21 Nov 2015

No, no, and no. Ramzy, I have come to expect more honesty from you; this sad attempt has made me lose a lot of respect for your opinions. I expect the 'it will be all right' garbage from the university. They still have merchandise to sell. I expect '5 decisions by Urban that cost us a title' from you. Unless Michigan State gets beat next week, we're done. We no longer control our destiny. We just got beat by two quarterbacks that never play. In fact, Ohio State beat Ohio State tonight. The terrible play calling effectively secured both Zeke and Cardale leaving early for the draft. It cost Zeke a trip to NYC for sure. He played his heart out the last two years, only to be play-called out of the most important game of the season. I don't blame him. I would do the same. I would tell my child to do the same. I couldn't give two fucks about the game next weekend. It's outcome is now meaningless. We should've know (after beating Alabama w a third string QB) that nothing is given. These are all reasons I did not renew my B1G championship tickets. I couldn't trust the staff. I couldn't rely on wins. I'm glad I'm not dumb enough to waste $200 on that game. Thank you, Eagle Rare... You're my least favorite bourbon I have in the house, and since this isn't a celebration, I'm not wasting anything I enjoy.

Comment 21 Nov 2015

I will call for jobs since these jobs you get paid for performance and Tim Beck, you have neither developed quarterbacks nor have the ability to call plays with any lack of predictability. Wait, let me correct that. No one predicted you would completely take a Heisman candidate completely out of the game plan!!! I haven't seen play calling this bad since the Bollman years. You have disgraced my family Buckeyes. And brought my house only shame tonight. Now your egos have been destroyed and hopefully you avoid the ESPN interviews until you realize those don't win games!

Comment 17 Nov 2015

Just going through the depth chart has me really hoping some young guys step up next year... Michael Hill definitely (he has been playing really well), hopefully a big name DT to replace Diesel (or if Munger/Sprinkle take a huge step in the offseason). I feel decent about the offensive tackles, but there's always growing pains with new starters. Really need Brady Taylor to be a sponge for knowledge from Boren, especially his relentless effort and toughness. If we can head into the post-season hard this year, it may help recruiting again and looking at all of the sophomores and freshmen on the list, next year may be down a touch, but the year after could be another big year!

Comment 12 Nov 2015

Doctson has been the biggest factor in Trevon Boykin's success this year. He demands so much attention that if you don't double him, he kills you. If you do double him, Boykin finds the one-on-one matchup that will. They could have lost at least two more games without him, now they still have a fighting chance against Oklahoma and Baylor.

Comment 12 Nov 2015

I think the Browns should sue Texas A&M for joining the SEC... They picked Johnny thinking he was a quality SEC QB, but he was really a Big 12 quarterback the whole time, and if I've learned anything, it's never waste a first round pick on a Big 12 quarterback (see: Brandon Weeden, Sam Bradford, Robert Griffin III, Blaine Gabbert, etc)

Comment 02 Nov 2015

I thought they cut off both index and middle finger (which is why they hold both up). Plus, you can still grip most primitive weapons if you have your index finger. 

Comment 29 Oct 2015

You're comparing Chris Spielman to Jerry Kill. I'm comparing one deserving charity that can change lives with another deserving charity that can change lives. And you are right. It is an OSU game. But it is also a Minnesota game. And it's not like Jerry Kill hasn't been honored at an OSU game before (Big Ten Championship game/Coach of the Year award). Perhaps 'honored' should be replaced with 'recognized,' if that wording seems more appropriate. 

Comment 29 Oct 2015

I'll go ahead and answer (since this thread was my idea). As a Buckeye fan, I tend to view the majority of our fans as not only stewards of sportsmanship but also as generous and willing to give to a worthy cause. I'm guessing Chris Spielman and the Stephanie Spielman Foundation would agree with the generosity of Buckeye Nation. Now watch Jerry Kill's departing press conference. One of the truly classy coaches in our conference, not to mention a close, long-term friend of one Urban Meyer, had his passion ripped away by a medical condition. Considering the only thing he felt he could still do with his future is denoting more time to his charity that helps families of children with epilepsy, it would require very little for Ohio State to do something to raise money and bring awareness to his charity, but would likely mean the world to him right now. Also, enough people in this world are selfish that it's nice to help someone once in awhile.

Comment 25 Oct 2015

Sorry to say this, but Mark May has way more credibility than Heather Dinich. I've read many of her articles and it makes me wonder how much football she watches and how much she's just writing to further ESPN's financial motives. 

Comment 20 Sep 2015

I don't think it's as much an obsession with him in particular, but the lack of recruiting a five-star DT in Urban's time that is making people seem thirsty. We have recruited good DTs, just not, as the recruiting services consider, elite DTs. 

Comment 09 Sep 2015

I think we all know the reason for the Big Ten's football mediocrity. What makes the Big Ten great (high academic standards for member schools) is also what makes the football terrible (lack of football priority from school administrations run by academic pussies). All member schools receive millions upon millions of dollars from BTN revenues, bowl revenue sharing, etc. But the bottom-of-the-bucket teams do little to make their school more attractive to highly ranked recruits. Have you seen the money Texas A&M is spending? It's a miracle what Pat Fitzgerald and Jerry Kill are doing, and no wonder Indiana, Purdue, and Illinois are garbage. Spend money on facilities, spend money on coaching, spend money on auxiliary staffing (from nutritionists to social media staff), and your team won't suck so much.