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Buckeye1996


Member since 08 February 2012 | Blog

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Comment 17 Jan 2017

His melon ate too many 3 piece chicken McNuggets. Somebody must have a heck of a right, right, left hook combo. Left him with some serious Tangy BarBeQue issues.

Comment 13 Jan 2017

And dilute the content!

ESPN (at least on the radio that I listen to) is going down hill. I quit listening to Lebetard or whatever his name is. Can't stand it. I also can't stand listening to Izzy and Spain as their show always ends up talking about issues other than sports. Don't want to say what they are because it might violate policy but here is a hint. They are societal/lifestyle issues that have very little to do with sports (some may argue they do but it is not my cup of tea).

Comment 13 Jan 2017

I like the idea but what are you going to do when the pdop gets killed and you get 10 meter accuracy with a GPS? Man-made stuff will get in the way of triangulation.

A better solution may be to set up a local tracking system within the stadium.

I like where your head is at...

Comment 10 Jan 2017

It is a great system. It is NC so I expect loyalty to in state schools but my problem come from those who think OSU gives out diplomas from a cheez-it bag. Somehow the argument always moves from comparing OSU football to State's, Chapel Hill's football etc. to academic standards. In some cases, that argument is made by the same bastards that hired me, an OSU grad...lol.

Comment 09 Jan 2017

It seems to me that the decision on when to play freshman is a difficult balancing act. Young guys even with talent tend to make the small mistakes that can lead to a loss. We were a REALLY young team this year, and that game with Clemson only illuminated how youth and small mistakes can add up to an ass kicking. That team up north had a ton of seniors (and arguably less talent), but their experience showed up in their game play. They were methodical, disciplined, and difficult to beat - not because they had more talent, but because they executed well and capitalized on the other team's mistakes.