I grew up in Strongsville, OH and went to Ohio State from 2001-2005. I moved to Greenville, South Carolina and have been here since.
I think we are a very spoiled fan base. Losing four games in a row sucks, no matter how you cut it. However, this team has the ability to play very well. I saw that in the game versus Michigan State. What matters is how they respond to this losing streak and come tournament time, they may have learned a lot about each other and gel at exactly the right time.
As always, Go Bucks!
Meant to upvote you, sorry about that.
Jax--i would site Clmm297's comment above as an example of a good comment.
I would encourage you to offer constructive criticism instead of blatant bashing. People on this board like to have honest conversation and debate with the understanding that the majority of us are die hard Buckeye fans.
I went to OSU from 2001-2005. Tuition was about $7800 my first year and about $9000 my last year. Sometimes I think people get confused with overall cost (tuition plus rent/living expenses) compared to tuition costs alone.
I also remember that OSU was a great value compared to other Ohio state schools. For example, my sister went to Kent State and her tuition was much more expensive than mine.
If I remember correctly, I never had to pay the fee that accounted for the RPAC. Although I wish that facility had been there because we went to Jesse Owens which was adequate but not great.
I saw some comments that Deshaun is hurt. Can someone elaborate?
Ravenel seems to be playing more confident since coming off the bench
I was at the Chicago St. game and same thing--he had a crazy dunk at the end of the game and some people that were leaving stood still and decided to stick around and watch the rest of the game.
If Thompson could just get his short jumper to fall consistently it would help round out his offensive game.
His dunks are amazing.
Did anyone read anything about the new court? It reminds me of UFM's quote, "We want to make the great state of Ohio proud". Seems like the court coincides with that sentiment.
I LOVE these articles, "Where are they now". So happy to hear Lydell is doing well. I was in school when he was and he was very friendly the couple times I ran into him on campus.
Thanks for the story, Alex. Antonio is a great example of what it means to be a Buckeye. I'm looking forward to reading his book.