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Boxley


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  • SPORTS MOMENT: I was at the shoe when Kieth Byars ran out of his shoe for his fourth touchdown that day. Best day spent with my son at a preseason game prior to his departure for Afghanistan. Four sons all in the military one deployed, one comes home next week, one back from Iraq for a year now and the youngest (fourth) probably will now not have to go.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron Craft

Recent Activity

Comment 18 May 2015

I like all of the proposed rule changes, I think they will provide needed uptempo to a staler form of basketball that most college BB games present.

The sixth foul will be huge for teams with only one star on the court, allowing them to play hard in both halves.

One less time out, how about two or more, withthe eight TV timeouts. You can usually just tune in for the last 2 minutes of clock time and still see 25 minutes of a BB game, only usually not the most entertaining part.

30 seconds of clock time versus 35, yep gimme some of that. No more killing clock every time down the floor if you have the lead, shoot it, or give it up, and let the other team at least have a chance without turning the game into a foul fest.

Comment 30 Apr 2015

Funny, where are all of those posters who kept stating Grant was done and McMillain was taking his spot early and pre-season?

Nailed it Ramzy.

Curtis made himself a permanent spot in Buckeye history, no matter how many "experts" kept dogging him. A self made MAN.

Comment 21 Apr 2015

Sounds like we picked up another super sleeper recruit. Great interview, from the interview he clearly has the thought processes down well. That skill is critical of a center to run the O-line line ups, Hope he has / gets a lot of training in reading defenses, just another nice tool to have at his future position.

Comment 21 Apr 2015

I guess it depends on which Cooper you are referring to, Cooper.

I mean no way John Cooper ran good routes, let alone plays, but I digress...........

Comment 09 Apr 2015

Nailed it MacG91, and judging by the UV you received and several supporting comments, many of us feel exactly as you do.

Great job.

This is one of the rare times I disagree with the direction of a Ramzy article. I almost felt like he was telling me I was wrong to want another B1G team to win and that I was not a true Buckeye for doing so. I refuse to be intimidated by that position.

I have always rooted for any B1G team to win when playing outside of the conference. Who did not want Wisky to win their bowl game against the vaunted B12 team? Especially after we pasted them in the B1G title game. Made us look even better!

Sorry Ramzy, I respectfully disagree with you on this one.

Comment 09 Apr 2015

You do not "deserve" a national title, you have to earn it, by winning it. Thad needs to go out and earn his.

Comment 09 Apr 2015

Kind of the point here. He was medically cleared by doctors in Florida. you know, the ones he chose to go to. That is a very easy way to get them to say he is ok, so he could go on to college. BUT OSU was not allowed to review his knee until he arrived on campuis and became a student athlete. Once they did get him on campus they looked at his knee, and stated it is not good enough to play again at the college football level.

So how about we all stop guessing, and let the facts come out.

Do you really believe that highly rated four star true freshman would be not medically cleared by the staff, because, in your opinion just to make the scholarship limit in August?

Comment 06 Apr 2015

"Embrace Kentucky winning it all. It's happening. "

Hmmmmmmmmmmm, how did that end up working out for ya?

Comment 30 Mar 2015

Kind of a little math issue, "Ohio State erected three free snack zones for its athletes and third is on the way"? would that not be four, or is it before?

Regardless, a great way to help out the student athlete with their tough academic and physical daily schedules.