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Valley of the Sun (via C-bus)

Member since 20 March 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: All the wins, some of the losses.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: All the Offensive Linemen
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: FK Pelister, FK Partizan, Crew, PSG

Recent Activity

Comment 16 Mar 2017

I love the logo.

How do we get a Columbus team to get a Columbus logo without having to sell to a broader Ohio Market?

Columbus is Columbus and they deserve to have uniforms that reflect the city, not just a reminder that they're the Capitol of a greater entity and use the colors of the state (instead of the city) just because women like red, white, and blue better...

Anyways. I'm petty I know it. Go Jackets!

Comment 17 Jan 2017

I agree with you. That was a different man in 2011.

You take away what he learned under Tressel, experiencing the shock of losing his mentor, to being thrown to Meyer who will demand the best of you, find it, and then pull it out of you - Fickell is posed to be something special

Comment 11 Jan 2017

Meyer did say we're never going to have a gunslinger, long pass QB for his system.

Maybe this is the issue with JT? Maybe he's just enough pocket passer that it's hindering with his success? I mean, I doubt it since he was successful up until this year. I think JTs problems are more to do with young line, average WRs, really bad play call distribution by coaches and the bad habits that come with everything being unbalanced.

I think Martell will be fine. If not, he'll find a niche somewhere in the offense. I also think Forcier would have been more successful under Meyer's offense than what they were trying to do at UoM.

Comment 11 Jan 2017

I know I'm going to get down votes. But I can't help comparing Tate's. Martell vs Forcier.

Martell (per ESPN) 125 Forcier was 144th. Forcier had had Scout Grade of 81, while Martell is at 83. Forcier was at barely 6'1, while Marttell is listed at 5'10.5.

My hope is that Martell is going into a better system and will be coached well by Day and Wilson. While Forcier did some good things from jump under Hoke but fizzled. Perhaps even Forcier would have flourished under a Meyer system, at least do a bit better anyways.

Anyways. I wish the kid well. He's not the QB I'm used to. But what the heck do I know? Not much.

Comment 10 Jan 2017

Man - if he was going to be Oline. I would have liked him to be Oline for us. He's proven himself in that area. Nothing against Studwara.

I'm not sure what really happened this year on offense or who is "too blame." We had the issue last year and it seemed to be fixed after the MSU game. Why didn't it continue into this season?

If memory serves me correct, it was when Wariner moved up to the box that we believed the situation was fixed. Why is he the scapegoat now?

Comment 05 Jan 2017

If you count 20 years ago recent?

So which of the stats produced mine or yours prove that JT deserves or has earned this backlash?

Did you want to talk about the Oline he played behind, the RB, and Receivers he had in 2014 compared to 2016? What about the OC he had?

Not sure the stats show that reality.

Comment 05 Jan 2017

Sorry bro. I, personally, can't statistically qualify poop. Maybe someone else can? But I believe you sort of know it when you see it, smell it etc. So I actually don't "have nothing." I obvious have a poop meme.

On the other hand, stats may or may not show the reality of the situation on the ground. I try not to rely too heavily on them when dealing with human beings. Other than believing we're being to hard on the 2,500+ passing QB of ours. How dare he go on with his weenie arm?

So you put up stats, I put up poop memes. Tomato, tomahto. A lot of what is being said about J.T. is poop anyhow.

Peace out.