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Comment 25 Oct 2016

Urban has 3 regular season losses in his 4.5 seasons at OSU.  The last 3 games I've attended?  You guessed it.  It's my fault, actually.

Comment 24 Oct 2016

I went to the game.  DVR'ed it so I could listen to the commentary, etc. afterwards.  Promptly deleted the recording upon arriving home.

Comment 24 Oct 2016

This actually isn't too surprising to me.  Bama and Ohio State will get everyone's best shot.  If their opponents have a laser focus, the penalties will be fewer.

Comment 13 Oct 2016
I dunno CP, Clown Crisis kinda sums up the whole ordeal pretty well, regardless of whether you've been living under a rock or not. It's a crisis of sorts regarding clowns. Agree with other poster that a title is a brief summary, you read further into it for details. If the title read "Clown Attacks Sweeping the US" you still would have clicked on it.
Comment 12 Oct 2016

Beau isn't someone that is going to drop a rumor like that to act like he has an inside scoop that he can't share.

I agree, he doesn't seem like that type to me.  Just wanted to point out that he's made more than one incorrect statement this season already, so I wouldn't take what he says as fact if it's something that hasn't been confirmed already. 

Comment 12 Oct 2016

The Warriner thing wasn't something he said in passing.  He went on about how much praise Warriner deserves for getting this group going this year and what a tremendous feat it was for Warriner to do and how this is just further proof that Warriner is such a great OL coach.  Beau also thought that Barrett's win against Michigan State two years ago was at home.  Sorry, but those are two pretty big pieces of info to screw up when your audience is Ohio State fans.  You're going to lose some credibility over it.  With those two mishaps, it's very easy to assume he remembered something wrong and it wasn't really Noah Brown he was thinking of or it was a guy named Noah from another team.  Heck, I wouldn't be shocked if he's confusing Noah Brown with Noah Spence.

Comment 11 Oct 2016

Beau has thrown around incorrect info this season already, so I would take what he says with a grain of salt.  He thought Warriner was still the O-line coach.

Comment 10 Oct 2016

when you stand in B deck everyone gets on ya.

That's not just the B deck.  Welcome to the new and awful atmosphere at The Shoe. 

Comment 10 Oct 2016

The first few rows of C deck at the 50 yard line can't be beat.  Seeing play up close is fun, but you miss a lot when they aren't directly in front of you.

Comment 09 Oct 2016
Not having a Devin Smith homerun hitter is the main difference here. JT did severely underthrow Samuel downfield, but the other one to James Clark should have been caught if Clark possessed any of Smith's tracking ability.
Comment 06 Oct 2016

Nice!  We will be getting there on Saturday probably midday, so hoping that's early enough to avoid traffic since it's a night game.  Staying near campus as well, so I imagine we'll be walking.

Comment 06 Oct 2016

If the Shoe's atmosphere didn't suck these days, I probably would be going to a home game instead.  I'm looking forward once again to some rowdy atmospheres like the Shoe used to have.

Comment 06 Oct 2016

I'm also interested.  Staying right near campus.  If anyone has any insight other than "avoid pee bags and batteries", that'd be excellent.

Comment 06 Oct 2016

For those dogging on Ari's and's work, have you ever actually read it?  Yes, some of it overlaps with 11W content, but that's to be expected when covering the same team.  A lot of their work is pretty good and unique in its own right, though. gets linked to and quoted frequently from this website, both in the forums and in DJ's skullys.  Not sure why we're so hostile.

Comment 05 Oct 2016
Yeah, some posters said that. Some also referenced only the kneeling and how much of a disgrace it is. Based on your comments, it's clear you are choosing which narrative to follow. You say that Colin is being applauded and treated as a hero. I've seen much more negativity thrown his way than praise simply because of the means in which he's sending his message. Tebow was also praised by many (rightfully so), it's just that the negative attention often gets the headlines. Not sure that Sam was disdained by anyone, so not sure these are great examples. Totally agree with the questionable priorities in regards to the fallen officers. Not going to keep me from watching football for football's sake, though.
Comment 04 Oct 2016
Yeah I guess I'm better at ignoring all that crap than most people. I usually don't tune in until kickoff and I'm doing other things during commercials. It's a pain, that's for sure, but only if you let it be.
Comment 04 Oct 2016
If you're really choosing to not watch football over players kneeling during the national anthem, I'm willing to bet you weren't much of a fan to begin with and are happy to justify it with your "patriotic" stance (pun intended). There are much worse things being done to the military and veterans that should be garnering more attention than something that truly doesn't have anything to do with the military. I don't agree with the means by which the players are sending their message, but to bitch and moan about a football player not standing is just absurd. /Rant College football is my first love, but the NFL is still some pretty damn good football.