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Comment 15 Dec 2014

Next man up!  That has been the Buckeye mantra all year and surely applies to our coaching staff as well.  While I have great respect for what Coach Herman has done in his time at OSU, he is young and wants to be a head coach.  Best wishes to him.  

Teams change yearly, as coaching staffs do too.  Last year's staff additions have been great by all accounts.  I am certain that whomever replaces Coach Herman on staff will be exceptional, too.  Next man up!  Go Bucks!

Comment 10 Dec 2014

Thank you for sharing this with our community.  Joshua Perry has been very good on the field and a favorite of mine since his arrival at OSU.  This interview speaks volumes about the young man he is.  We are incredibly blessed to have Joshua Perry as an ambassador for OSU.  Go Bucks!

Comment 08 Dec 2014

You are welcome.  I always appreciate a family's effort to lead a young man down the right road.  That isn't easy these days and I'm sure you folks are mighty proud of the man Adolphus is becoming.  

Adolphus and the D-line were in beast mode Saturday night against Wisconsin.  Hopefully that's the beginning of a long-term trend.  Go Bucks!

Comment 08 Dec 2014

As of today, PSU appears to have the most momentum.  UM is on hold waiting the hiring of a coach and with any luck they'll forever wallow in mediocrity.  While I admire Reilly at Nebraska, he isn't a sexy choice as coach and thus, the Husker fans are mixed about their future.  Go Bucks!

Comment 08 Dec 2014

I read your post at work today but thought it better to wait until I got home to respond!  The defensive line play Saturday was as good as I have seen in my lifetime as a Buckeye.  Those young men truly 'balled out' and all made noticeable contributions, from Frazier, Bennet, Boza, Miller, and to Adolphus.

I have been a fan of Adolphus and had a good feeling about him due to his 'blind' commitment to OSU just prior to Coach Meyer coming on board.  As good a player as he is, like most I am proud of young men like Adolphus because they realize that young eyes are upon them.  May Adolphus continue to do the right thing off of the field and be an outstanding role model to kids everywhere.  Go Bucks!

Comment 07 Dec 2014

Corey Smith is one of the most improved skill players on this year's squad IMO.  He dropped balls early in the year but has been catching everything and laying the wood when blocking.  That was a terrible call last night.  Go Bucks!

Comment 07 Dec 2014

Though I was too young to really remember the details of The Game in 1968, my memories of 50-14 and "because I couldn't go for 3" will always make that game an all-time favorite of mine.  Go Bucks!

Comment 07 Dec 2014

Considering the circumstances leading up to the B1G championship game tonight AND his performance in it, Cardale Jones will forever be a legend in Buckeye football lore .  Amazing!  Go Bucks!

Comment 03 Dec 2014

It was both Gardner and Tuley-Tillman who burned their OSU offers.  If I am not mistaken, Gardner was an OSU fan growing up and was hurt to not get the offer.  OSU was committed to offering Braxton the following year and I believe that had something to do with OSU hedging on an offer for Gardner.  Go Bucks!

Comment 01 Dec 2014

I thought Blake Johnson was UM's best back when he started getting carries a couple of weeks ago. He played very well Saturday prior to his injury.

I hope Blake recovers completely and is back on the gridiron next fall.  Go Bucks!

Comment 01 Dec 2014

Don't fool yourself.  We have some fans who would certainly stoop to that level and it is an embarassment to any fan base when fools do that.

However, please take into account that ALL those bastards up north have to look at these days is their history in football.  Reality sucks for them!  hahaha  May UM continue to forever enjoy 'the way we were!'.  Go Bucks!  

Comment 01 Dec 2014

Congratulations to JT on an outstanding season.  Many Saturdays this fall were just a little more enjoyable for us die hard Buckeye fans because of your play!  While JT had an incredible year and stuffed the stat sheet weekly, his greatest contributions were his poise, toughness, and leadership, IMO.

We all hope for a complete recovery.  Go Bucks!    

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Comment 30 Nov 2014

Keeping Brady Hoke as their coach is a huge mistake for UM, IMO.  The greatest issue, the one that always results in losses, is the lack of player development.  That is THE issue at UM, and their current recruiting class sees it, too.  That's why they are down to 7, with several of those also looking at a flip.  In-game coaching is certainly lacking but is subjective; player development is not.

It was comical to hear Griese and that other fool announcing the game yesterday speak to UM's 'youth' on the offensive line.  Coach Warinner took a group with the second fewest starts in major college football at the start of this season and they are now performing at a high level.  

Hoke gets credit for players graduating and for, in general, espousing the right values.  In reality, those are base standards for any coach at any institution in America to meet.  He is paid for performance.  That program has been in free-fall for at least 3 years now.

In truth, I do not care.  Let them wallow in mediocrity forever.  Go Bucks!

Comment 30 Nov 2014

Kyle Kalis, much like we all do as adults, made a decision he thought was in his best interests at that time.  I do not wish him any bad luck or ill will.

With that said,I for one will never understand how any young man from Ohio goes to school up there.  Spare me the 'free education' and what a great school it is.  I'd never ever go to nor support our mortal enemy in any way, shape, or form.  As Coach Hayes inferred many years ago, he'd push his vehicle across the border before buying gas up there.  That's how I grew up a Buckeye and what I'll always believe.  Go Bucks!

Comment 30 Nov 2014

Rest in peace, Kosta Karageorge.  My prayers go out to the family and those who knew him.  It's always a tragedy whena young person takes their life.  If anything good can come from this, it may be that concussions in sport and their impact will be put under the microscope at a much higher magnification.  

Comment 30 Nov 2014

Thanks for sharing the video on CJ.  Life is about trade-offs, and hopefully Cardale's ability to throw it long will open things up in a way that we have yet to see.

Two things that stand out to me after JT's injury.  JT was masterful in the two-minute offense, as demonstrated again just prior to half yesterday when he led the drive to knot things at 14-14.  With little game experience and/or practice for Cardale, that will be difficult to replicate in the short-term.

Also, if Jalin Marshall gets time at QB, does that mean Noah Brown gets more snaps asthe "H" back?  Go Bucks!

Comment 29 Nov 2014

Lamplighter...I am with you and while many here are probably too young to remember 1969, that game will forever be with me.  As you point out, the year Coach Bruce was fired prior to The Game, OSU had no business winning that one either.  With so many Ohio kids playing for those bastards, you can't ever discount the emotion and extra incentive that bring to The Game.

I'm a very proud Buckeye fan again tonight.  Our young men really stepped up when it counted most.  Go Bucks!

Comment 29 Nov 2014

Why would anyone think U_ would roll over and play dead today?!  If history has taught you anything, you should know that prior perfor_ance does NOT indicate a tea_'s level of play in The Ga_e.  The tea_  entering The Ga_e with the worst record has won 12 of the previous 30 ga_es, or 40% of the ti_e. 

That drive prior to end the half was huge for momentum.  We need a score to start the second half.  I believe the defense will step up.  Go Bucks!

Comment 29 Nov 2014

The reality is that both Braxton and JT are tremendous runners in very different ways.  It makes perfect sense our coaching staff has tried to utilize those talents though injury is certainly part of the equation.

Best wishes to JT with the surgery and recovery.  I miss him already but am also confident that Cardale will be ready next week.  Go Bucks!