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Buckabroad


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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Holy Buckeye
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Ted Ginn, Jr.; Vonn Bell
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jim Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Tennessee Titans
  • NHL TEAM: Nashville Predators
  • SOCCER TEAM: Hannover 96

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Comment 16 Jul 2016

Goons? That is an astoshingly accurate representation the character of many of Alabama's players, many of whom have committed crimes. But an inclination towards criminal behavior certainly is no guarantee of superiority. Just ask the last Bama team that got blitzed by the Buckeyes ...

Comment 10 Jul 2016

That is brilliant! If we should get them both, that is how I will think of them henceforth!

Comment 09 Jul 2016

From what I understood, McBain, that would not be the case. Coach Meyer intends to use them in different ways and would use them on the field at the same time. How cool would (hopefully will) that be?

Comment 05 Jul 2016

Even Vandy? Wow, then think what Bama would do to Ohio State. Why they would mop the floor wi ... oh wait, right ...

Comment 28 Jun 2016

This is no surprise to anyone who has watched the Three Lions football team over the last three generations. The difference between the worldwide pro-England hype at the beginning of big tournaments and their actual on-pitch performance during said tournaments is immeasurably huge. The 66 Cup win was based on biased refereeing, meaning they really haven't won anything since automobiles became a new fad. Kind of reminds me of a certain team up north ...

Comment 27 Jun 2016

Does Bert count due to his B1G past? If so, it would have to be Bert. He would probably go around the block picking insult fights with the neighborhood's four-year olds and not realize he is losing.

Comment 25 Jun 2016

If any Buckeye RBs are having a bad day, they should just watch Wyatt Davis' highlight film. That should put a smile right on their faces.

I saw an interview with Mr. Davis and he was struck me as intelligent, articulate, reserved and a really nice guy. Then I saw his game film. Wow! That man is a monster on the gridiron. He really takes aggression and power to another level. The kid plays not to the wistle, but beyond. On several plays he opened a lane for his RB wide enough to drive a tractor through. Now imagine him with 3-4 years of strength training with Marotti (the best in the Business) and refining under Warriner and Stud (also the best in the Business). That seems as close to a lock for a 1st round pick as one can get. What a HUGE addition to our already awesome class!

Comment 25 Jun 2016

Agree, great post. Due to the numbers crunch, I do not think we will finish no. 1 technically, but if you regard this class strictly by quality rather than quantity, we should have a great chance of landing one of the best, if not THE best, classes of this era. It feels unreal.