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Brutal Brutus


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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 - Ohio State winning the national championship
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Braxton Miller
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jared Sullinger
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 22 hours ago

Although Bucky Badger chocked on a Popeye's "Louisiana fast" chicken bone, anyone watching the game knows Wisconsin allowed that game to slip away. The SEC are a bunch of posers...

Comment 29 Mar 2014

Can you say, "slippery slope"?  Time for the  "Big Boy" conferences to kick the NCAA to the curb!

The fix - pull the football and basketball programs out of the mix, create a separate governing body, and make academics optional.  Additionally, offer the players a contract where both the institution and the "independent contractor" agree to a "governing-body sanctioned" compensation plan.  The contract would also outline how both the institution and contractor can profit off of both the likeness of the player and his association with the institution.

Stop the insanity....

Comment 23 Mar 2014

I hope Q goes.  In fact, let them all go except Loving.  This recruiting class (or whats left of it) was a BIG disappointment.  And Thad, please fire the strength and conditioning coach (or hire one), these guys don't look any more developed than their first day on campus.

Comment 15 Mar 2014

I'm at a loss! How can we go through an entire season and STILL NOT BE ABLE TO HIT OUR F*CKING FREE THROWS!  Still, a great run in the tourney that hopefully, sets us up for a good run in the big dance!  Good to see Shannon Scott show up (better late than never)...

Comment 09 Mar 2014

Here's my 5 cents (2 cents adjusted for inflation):

I live in New Albany and saw Darron play.  This kid was special - he was one of those players that was always in position to make a big play. He played QB (and has some wheels - he seemed faster than 4.5), but was all over the field for New Albany.  That tells me that he has great instinct and more importantly, is willing to play anywhere to help his team win. I remember him being recruited and making the comment that he knew he would have to have to work his butt off to earn playing time.  I don't know much about his family upbringing, but what I do know is that besides being an affluent community, New Albany has high expectations for their schools and students (90+% go on to college and graduate - not too shabby).

I hope Darron turns out the be the next big star for the Buckeyes...