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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Winning the national championship 1968.
  • NFL TEAM: Chicago Bears
  • NHL TEAM: none
  • NBA TEAM: The team that is playing the Heat.
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Womens olympic team

Recent Activity

Comment 28 Jul 2014

First of all I like Shelly and she has every right to have her opinion but a point was made on the other post about her getting caught up in Urban's somewhat out of control behavior at FU. Now that things are in control for him it could seem not as passionate all the way around. No matter where I have lived being a buckeye fan has always had a big reaction. Once when the Dish was out my wife called to see what the problem was and even though we lived in the south and there was several games going the guy responded to her "you must be an Ohio State fan". She asked him how did he know and he said the complaints from buckeye fans were more than for all the other games combined. I call that passionate.

Comment 28 Jul 2014

Things like this is because we get caught up with star ratings. Look at all the opinions that McMillian should start when they have not as yet watched him play a single college game. I think the staff is knows what they want and are taking there time to get what they are after. We are fine and will most likely be from 5-10 in ranking which really means very little compared to four yrs. later to see the outcome.

Comment 28 Jul 2014

Probably a long shot but do you know the players name that wore #45 in gray playing defensive back at FNL. He was quite impressive

Comment 28 Jul 2014

The Sports reporters or whatever the name is started with the comments by saying that there doesn't seem to be anything Ohio State can't get in trouble for and finished with the segment with sarcasm about the best damn band in the land.

Comment 27 Jul 2014

Howard hop along Cassidy. Heisman. Matt Snell and Bob Ferguson. Many thought Pete Johnson was better than Archie. Archie and Pete were an incredible one two punch.

Comment 27 Jul 2014

I like everyone else wants Josh Sweat for this class. Not only because for his ability but his humble demeanor. He claims not to have a top 5 but is expected to pick a school by the start of his season or shortly there after. (unless that has changed recently) One would think he would have some idea with so little time left. Have you ever had a player of his stature be this tight lipped or have you seen or read something I have not that even hints of any favorite. 

Comment 26 Jul 2014

Agreed, Harris ours, Gibson 50-50 and FSU is pushing real hard for sweat and there is VA Tech. A good butt whoopin of the Hokes might eliminate them.

Comment 25 Jul 2014

Yes had a fumbling problem but his early problem was playing behind Robert Smith, Raymont Harris and Butler By'not'e.

Comment 24 Jul 2014

Eddie was well developed when he walked on campus. He looked like a body builder so I don't get the late bloomer. 

Comment 22 Jul 2014

From what I read he did both positions. At first he threw ok but according to the reporter it was painfully obvious he struggled on tougher throws but did very well as a receiver.

Comment 20 Jul 2014

He was not the same after that foot injury but still great. What might have been. Type in 1984 Illinois at #8 Ohio State 3 of 4 at the 15 min mark is Byers losing his shoe running for a TD. 

Comment 20 Jul 2014

When I was younger I never stopped. From flag football to softball to basketball leagues. In between I was running 10k and long distance bike racing and all the while walking 10 to 12 miles a day delivering the mail. For a short time I owned the jump rope record for 1 hr but someone beat it before the guinness year was up. My friends thought I was crazy. Now I'm 59 with a hip and a knee replaced and too damned stubborn to get the other two done and I also need tommy john on my right shoulder but I keep pushing on because if you give in you are finished. Keep trudging

Comment 20 Jul 2014

Ohio state football will always be my first passion and the NC in 68 and 02 highlighted all those years but remembering watching other sports moments has it's place also. Watching those John Wooden teams of UCLA's with Alcinder (Jabbar), Wicks and Rowe, Walton.. Mark Spits winning all those golds in swimming. Watching the Big Red machine beat the Yankees in the world series. Watching the Boston Celtics with Hondo Havlicek. Watching the US hockey team beat Russia. Watching Flo Jo run a 10.49 that still stands and breaking the WR winning in the 200m with a smile on her face. Watching Secretariat win the Triple Crown with three records that still stand today. Watching Mary Decker go to Russia and beat  supposedly unbeatable Russian runners with a last gasp effort. Watching NC state take down slamma jamma and jimmy V running around the court looking for someone to hug. Watching Vasili Alexeyev lift more than any human ever lifted to win Gold in "76". (562lbs) I'm looking forward to more before my time is up.

Comment 20 Jul 2014

I remember that OSU football team. If memory serves me right we lost 3 early. I was at the Wisky loss and left with a few minutes remaining when things looked hopeless and by the time I got to the car we were on their goal line before fumbling it away. They caught fire after that and played as good as any OSU football team. The running attack could not be stopped and the BYU coach commented it was the best team he had ever seen. 

Comment 20 Jul 2014

Looking at that schedule 7-5 might be a stretch. They would have to beat Minn and Indiana. I thought it was just Michigan bashing when some of the recent post put Hoke on the hot seat but this this might be it for him. Some of the players could transfer with no more barbecues. He definitely cHOKEd up there.