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Tallahassee (via Toledo)

Member since 11 October 2012 | Blog


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  • SOCCER TEAM: You're kidding, right?

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Comment 23 Oct 2016

Blaming the refs is a loser move. You should never be in a position to let the refs decide your fate. Especially against an unranked 4-2 team of pedophiles. 

Comment 23 Oct 2016

Hopefully the swelled heads are fully deflated now. BIA? Hardly. Someone should have picked off one of those lollipops McSorely was throwing up all night. The Bucks were taken to the shower and man handled by the Fighting Sanduskys. Dominated on both lines and the secondary. Play like this against Booger Hairball and be prepared to lose by 50. 

Comment 16 Aug 2016

When the B1G expanded into NJ & MD, cable networks in those areas added BTN which in turn generated more dollars for BTN/B1G. So even if your kid was playing for Illinois, you could watch him on BTN. There is no Big XII network. So if you live in the Natti and your kid plays for Kansas.....good luck. The Big XII will never catch up to the B1G and will fold within 5 years. The power of money is real.

Comment 16 Aug 2016

In reality, the Big 12 is cheese. Its Texas, which is allowed to do whatever it wishes, and 9 other schools. The Natti can go ahead and join. They may be the premier school in that conference after the B1G and SEC are finished gutting it. Money is the name of the game and with the schools left for the "12" to pick from and add, they are always going to be left behind in revenue. As finances get tighter, "12" teams will look to jump for cash and the SEC and B1G will cherry pick the best and leave the rest. The B1G could boost the West Division big time by adding Texas and OU. Of Course, Texas would have to learn how to share equally. Houston is on the rise, has a Mensa coach and is in a large media market. This small round of conference expansion is only a precursor to the mega bomb on the horizon.

Comment 11 Aug 2016

I am a huge fan of both Senator Tressel and Urb. However, I think it is premature to throw superlatives around like golden age. One never knows what can happen tomorrow. There is a little known coach from Ohio that won FIVE national titles during his time in Cbus. I can't think of his name.... perhaps they named a building or a street in his honor. Maybe a small statue hidden away in a dusty corner?  I guess I am too old to remember a truly golden age of scarlet and gray.  Sorry, young dudes. I prey upon your short time on earth. I would love to see Urb get 6 or 7 NC's. Until then, Wayne Woodrow Hayes remains the Golden Coach.