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100% Buckeye.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: In the park grand slam HR in the 7th inning to advance to the championship of the Dublin, Ohio Tuesday night Co-Rec Softball League (2004).

    Oh, you mean best "actual" sports moment? Storming the field after Will Allen's interception on the end line with 0:01 remaining on the clock to beat Michigan and advance to the National Championship (November 23, 2002). Best moment ever.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: 1a.) Troy Smith, 1b.) Cardale Jones

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Jul 2015

Actually, I think we mostly agree. My point was not to declare who would be the best QB on this current team (I think that is an unanswerable and mostly uninteresting argument), I'm really just commenting that Tress did not button up Troy and limit him with the constraints of so called "Tresselball" his senior year. Buckeyes were running 4 WR sets and all sorts of craziness that year on the reg. It was fun to watch.

Comment 26 Jul 2015

Let's be fair: Troy's senior year was not "Tresselball" as we remember it. That was as wide open an offense as any we've seen under Meyer. Tressel and Troy developed a tremendous amount of trust and the vest let loose the reins that year.

Comment 26 Jul 2015

Much respect for Gonzales, but I'm taking Thomas all day, every day over him in this fantasy lineup. (Also, Ginn does not belong as WR, but as PR he is as good as there ever was at Ohio State.)

Comment 25 Jul 2015

I don't see "H-back" as a receiver per se in this offense - at least not when Braxton is on the field. It is a second RB, and he is every bit as talented (if not more so) than Ezekiel Elliot as a runner with the ball in his hands. Also every bit as fast (if not faster).

Comment 10 Jul 2015

So there's a national award for best long snapper... Sweet.

Comment 10 Jul 2015

The question is not well framed: But, my prediction is Braxton starts vs. VaTech, and Cardale is at the helm in the post-season.

Comment 15 Jun 2015

I wish the kid well. Let's also be honest, no one but a diehard OSU fan cares or notices what Dean is saying about the circumstances of his leaving Ohio State. It's time to move on and let this story go. GO BUCKS.