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Comment 17 Sep 2014

Possible to lose this game? Yes. Lucky to win that past few games? Not so much. 2006-OSU wins 37-7, 2004-OSU wins 27-6, 2002-OSU wins 24-19 which is the only close game for the last 100 years. We bring the heat on the QB he will not be as accurate as he has been, but will be one of the best tests of our secondary this year.

Comment 17 Sep 2014

We have not really struggled with UC very often, and certainly not the last couple of times. Not worried about UC!

Comment 13 Aug 2014

You can purchase a chimney (flue) cap for most size flues. Slips over the flue and has screws that tighten against the sides of the flue to fix in place. I had this same (sort of) issue and just waited until the little critters left to feed then climbed up on the roof and slipped the cap in place, problem gone. Good Luck!

Comment 18 Apr 2014

Add a big sprinkle of some EZE in there and watch out! The opposition will not know what hit them!

It will be interesting to see if CS can carry this momentum into the fall and be a useful, up the middle, elusive runner that can break the big plays. Jordan Hall was similar but did not have the top end speed to break the long runs. Will be fun to watch.

Comment 18 Apr 2014

It is obvious that by screwing up the investigation (planned or not) the Tallahassee PD has not given the prosecutors enough evidence to convict these thugs. With everything I have read on this topic, and by observing Winstons legal maneuvers I have made up my mind in that Winston is a POS who broke, at least, the laws of human morality.

Screw the legal requirements, he and his little band of assholes prey on drunken girls to take advantage of, even to the point of rape, and have seemingly done it more than once. I only hope that Winston is the recepiant of targeted hits, every game, by every opposing player that come in contact with him. Ending his FSU, NCAA, and NFL careers would be karma, no?

I also hope that FSU is financially nailed to the cross as an example to all Universities that this shit will not be tolerated. EOR!

Comment 15 Apr 2014

The only good thing that could come from paying our Buckeyes is that Ohio would finally have a successful PRO football team!

Comment 08 Apr 2014

This does raise a curious point, how would the NCAA level the playing between schools related to unions? If the ultimate outcome is pay for play it would obviously give the paying schools (see $EC) an advantage over those who don't. I suspect a stipend will be the end game for the P5 schools. Call it a salary or cost of living stipend, same result.

Comment 07 Apr 2014

DJ…why not put some meat around your general comments that “Hell, a lot of these kids could pay their own way through school (if they chose) if they were compensated like the ADULTS they would be compensated as in any other industry.” Where in this adult world is a true (uneducated) freshman aged (18-19) individual get a salary of 40, 60, 80K per year (the real value of a D1 football scholly)??? Does not happen!!!

In reality, a person’s salary has little to do with the profitability of the company for which they work. A lot of people make good salaries who work for struggling companies, much like most athletic departments. So let that part of your argument go as it only proves much of your position is driven by jealousy of another’s salary. Salary does however reflect the value/potential an employee brings to that company. Your argument might be better served if you could prove the current “4.3s or bench press 450 lbs” athlete is absolutely essential to the survival of the sport than say a “4.6s” guy.

I do agree that change is coming and that the NCAA may be taking its final breaths. I also agree that the scholarship athlete should receive some sort of stipend that covers the actual cost of living while on scholarship. However a union is not the answer, as that will only drive up costs for us the consumer.

Comment 03 Apr 2014

Hope Winston is expelled from the University as it sounds like FSU has grounds to do so. In reality, I would be very, very surprised if that happened. So on to wishful thinking plan B, I hope that POS has every ligament in both knees shredded during his next athletic outing!!! While I really do not like to wish ill on others I have no sympathy for assholes like these three, F'em.

Comment 02 Apr 2014

Good points Squirrel +1. I fully agree that this shoulda, coulda been handled better as it just makes everyone involved look foolish and/or selfesh somewhere along the line. While I don't disagree she should have publically stood behind her kid, for sake of appearance, I fully support her disdain of the reported/rumored happeninings at MSU during the visit. That same thing would have really set me off as a parent, possibly even to the extent of not supporting my kids decision in this situation. It would absolutely make me not "allow" my child to go to that school as a "paying" parent.

Comment 01 Apr 2014

At Theo..Is it not the parents responsibility to instruct the child when the child is making a possible, bad decision? Your simplistic view that this is his decision to screw up is not how a responsible parent is going to view it. And sure as hell not going to support it! What's this abuse of power crap? She has no power over him (else he would sign elsewhere) and am quite sure both know he will eventually go to the school of his choice, but will do so without her consent.

Comment 01 Apr 2014

Squirrel...your logic is weak and parental guidance may be lacking. How is it acceptable for him to make the decision on which school to attend and not acceptable for his mother to make the decisin to disagree with his choice? I would also argue it is her parental duty/obligation to object to what she considers his "mistake" to whatever degree that she can. In this case by not signing the LOI. While we all know this should have been handled more privately it is what it is at this point and she has every right to not sign up to his "mistake". It will be very interesting over the next few years to see how he handles himself in situations of little oversight, I only hope his mother is wrong about his laziness.

Comment 29 Mar 2014

Eric..please give us examples where unions and business co-exist and are co-profitable. Unions typically drive up the cost of every product in which they have influence (autos, fuel, education) and drive down quality (autos, education, etc). Point being, the consumer pays more for less when unions are involved.

Comment 11 Mar 2014

I am "almost" positive OSU are the visitors. While I cannot duplicate on my old IPad if you can get to the interactive stadium map to purchase tickets and click on the OSU vs Navy pull down below the stadium image it should reflect which side OSU is sitting. That, along with the fact that OSU schedule reflects this to ba an away game says Navy is the home team.

Go Bucks!

Comment 06 Mar 2014

Wow, thanks for that (bit) of info DC and look forward to your future write up. Definitely looking at the Inner Harbor area for all the reasons mentioned (walking distance to food and drinks, safe environment, etc) and will look into the Hampton Inn. BTW it seems as if these hotels are filling up for that weekend, so anyone else thinking about this trip may want to make reservations soon. Was thinking of doing DC on another trip just to give all the sites sufficient time, but that BBQ and BEER fest you mentioned is intriguing!

Any opinions from anyone on which hotels to absolutely stay away from (say the Pier 5 for instance)? Going to nail down the hotel today, if possible.

Comment 05 Mar 2014

Agree, gonna try to get some Chap's while in town. As I recall that's the place on the Triple D show and it looked damn good. Beer and BBQ, can't go wrong!

Comment 05 Mar 2014

Thank you, will definitely get the aquarium tickets in advance. Agree with all the comments that the Inner Harbor looks like the best option for the casual visitor. Seems like plenty to keep busy with for a few hours after game and lots of food options. Glad you mentioned the Orioles games as we may want to consider dinner reservations. Thanks again.