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BPOSU

Beavercreek, OH (via Westerville, OH)

Member since 05 February 2014 | Blog

2014 Alumni of tOSU.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2014 National Championship
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Craig Krenzel
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jon Deibler
  • NFL TEAM: Denver Broncos
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Team LBJ
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Meh...Crew??

Recent Activity

Comment 10 Feb 2017
I don't know why, but I love it when Defensive Linemen wear single digits. Something about when Spence was wearing 8 and Clowney was was wearing 7 that just made them look even nastier than they already were
Comment 10 Feb 2017
Wow, both incredibly tough situations. Prayers to both. I don't want to sound insensitive, but I don't know of another place to discuss the on the court impact .. This will be interesting to say the least with Jackson as the only point guard. Have to think if he comes out that Kam/Tate will fill in at the point. If any of the guards/forwards get in foul trouble, they're probably just going to have to try to play through it with the lack of depth now. Essentially have 5 guys to play 4 positions all game.
Comment 05 Feb 2017
It was like watching a completely different team. When shots aren't falling, this team has folded all year long down the stretch. When shots weren't falling in this game, the team kept fighting and getting offensive rebounds... And... They hit their free throws! Potter showed confidence for the first time in awhile which he needs. Thompson stayed out of foul trouble. I don't know how Tate scores the way he does. He goes back to his left EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. But I will definitely take it. Credit where credit is finally due with Loving. He looked great.
Comment 29 Jan 2017
STD-U! I would venture a large amount of BG fans are also buckeye fans. So there's no need to have any ill will towards them like there can be towards UC fans for thinking they are on the same level.
Comment 21 Jan 2017
Based off of what you have presented, I would argue that the lack of Ohio talent in 2013 and 2014 had a bigger impact on the current team than Thad "missing" on Ohio guys
Comment 20 Jan 2017

I was going to give a ranking, but I didn't want to disrespect Horvath, Cassidy, Janowicz etc... guys that I didn't personally watch but obviously were great in their day.

Comment 16 Jan 2017

Who from Central Ohio turned down the Buckeyes, and went on to be an all conference player elsewhere? Nick Ward for MSU looks like he's going to be fantastic. But outside of him the only other two I can think of that were a significant talent that went elsewhere from Central Ohio were Burke and Lavert, but neither of them were offered.

He pulled in Sullinger who wound up being an All American and Tate was the best player in the area for his class as well.
​For 2017 he has Kaleb Wesson who is the best player in the area and for 2018 he has Dane Goodwin who is probably considered the best player in the area for his class as well.

​I agree Thad has an Ohio problem losing guys like Bragg, Kennard, Markell Johnson, Etc, but he doesn't seem to have a problem getting the right guys to commit once offered in Central Ohio.





Comment 13 Jan 2017

"The morning drive" for a sports radio show, pretty much runs itself. You don't need bits and gimmicks, you just talk about what happened the day before, and because your average listener is tuned in for only like 30 minutes, you can repeat topics throughout the morning. Especially with their access to ESPN analysts and high profile athletes. The show is already filled with at least 3 "Guests" every show whether they are in studio or on the phone.

I'm not trying to say it's extremely easy because you have to have some experience and Greeny obviously has some talent. But any one of the guys that fill in around Bristol can probably achieve similar ratings just because ESPN essentially has a sports radio monopoly in the mornings. Outside of Satellite, I'm unaware of any city that has a local sports radio show during the hours of Mike & Mike.