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from Columbus, OHIO

Member since 10 October 2012 | Blog


  • NFL TEAM: NY Giants
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: NY Knicks

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Comment 30 Oct 2015

Try youtube, if you don't mind waiting a couple of days.

Comment 16 Sep 2015

Based on current performances, it's Northwestern. They are also the only other BIG team to have beaten a "ranked"opponent.

Comment 02 Jul 2015

I wonder, at this point in history, which video has been reviewed and discussed more - OSU-Miami PI call or the JFK Zapruder film?  :)

Comment 21 Jan 2013

The two points I was making in this comment are:

- players no matter how good overall will have off nights and you can keep riding them hoping that they break out if it or the coach can (especially if there are options on the bench) try to help the issue by subbing them out.  Matta rides his starters way too long, even when they are not producing,  hoping to get them out of their funk and rather than trying a change. Sitting a non-performing player would also give them some time to gather themselves and get back into the game with some additional focus.  

- Thomas in 2011 (to some extent Ross this year) was somewhat of a defensive liability but had shown to be an offensive playmaker.  IMO, the need of the moment in that KY game was to get some additional offense more than just rely on defense.   If you compare Thomas's and Buford's stats from that year - Thomas had superior offensive stats (extroplated for the mins/game played), plus he had shown the ability to come in off the bench and provide a spark (the Indiana game that year as an example), and was hardly a pure gamble.  
BTW, Thomas has improved his defense over the last 2 years but definitely is not the best defensive player on the team even now. However its his offense that drives the team and was the difference in last years NCAA tournie run as well.  So, if superior offensive production can offset defensive shortcomings now, they could have back then too.