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BroJim


from Mount Gilead, Ohio

Member since 01 February 2014 | Blog

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Comment 24 Jan 2015

I dont think it was a good breakdown, he kind of shortchanged Jones and didnt tell all the sides of the stroy. Jones has an arm that can stretch the field, and the running game might be a toss-up. Although I am in agreement, Barrett gets the start.

Comment 23 Jan 2015

The Buckeyes probably should dominate this list.

Collins is a patsy. Bama's best player has to be their punter, good grief that kid destroyed us.

Comment 18 Jan 2015

I hope we get him, the kid is a baller. Plus you can never have too many QBs.  I'm reading all these comments, "Don't Care" or, "Over it" what are you talking about?

Comment 17 Jan 2015

It's unfair for the survivors! What message does this send to all of those children that have been suffering? The system needs punished (along with Jerry, etc). One way to punish the system that allowed this to happen was to take away the wins. However, the NCAA figured it was best to give a giant middle finger to all of those who survived being raped.

Comment 17 Jan 2015

My personal take:

Jones gets the start.

I dont think Miller can play QB ever again, and to be honest he was not the best passer. Miller stays and is moved to a Marshall/Wilson/WR role. Barrett cant transfer and play right away anyway so we dont have to worry about losing him too much. So Jones earnes his degree next year, Barrett plays backup, and Miller is used in a different role.

Comment 17 Jan 2015

I think you are missing the most critical point, what message does this send to survivors? The survivor, if willing, (or at least experts in the field) should have been consulted."The NCAA's punishments weren't really justifiable" tell that to someone who got raped because of systemical negligence.