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Buckeyeboy


Member since 30 August 2010 | Blog

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Recent Activity

Comment 09 Jan 2015

Luck has little to do with how the Duck's D generates a lot of turnovers. They work at trying to strip the ball whenever they see an opportunity, which is why ball security will be The key in this game.

Comment 25 Nov 2014

Herbie,

You'll probably never read this, but,

as a Buckeye Fan, I've always understood the conflict between your need for objectivity on the ESPN set, and your ingrained allegiance to OSU.

From this perspective, I don't understand all the hate you manage to generate, and don't give a shit about what the loud, proud, and few haters think.

In my mind, you are, and always will be, a True Buckeye.

One thing I'm always sure is, we are in lock-step when we say, "Go Bucks!"

Beat 'ichigan!

Comment 31 Oct 2014

Patrick, with all due respect, you were saying  Penn State was a "bad team" and sure to get "blown-out" in the Preview last week, and we know how that one turned-out.

Word of caution, watch out for that trap!

Comment 22 Oct 2014

With all due respect to Coach Meyer's recruiting prowess, timing, appears to be the most significant factor in landing Coach Johnson's services.

Ramzy, you the man.

Comment 29 Jun 2014

Solid as a rock. Cornerstone lineman. Excellent addition to the line, team, and school. Welcome to Buckeye Nation, Grant.

Comment 12 May 2014

Wow, DJ! Impressive writing in defense of The Vest. A subject as polarizing to many sports fans, on a national level, as religion or politics.

Never really felt this way before, about being a YSU grad. In a word, pride.

Thanks for the support DJ.

Go Bucks!

Comment 27 Apr 2014

Yes, Lindsay is a Bama grad. Based on NCAA regulation, Lindsay is eligible to play, on scholarship, for four yrs. Right now, it should be safe to assume, Lindsay is playing his final year of eligibility, with an Ohio State scholarship. It doesn't matter if he earned his undergraduate degree in less than four yrs, or if he sat out a yr with a redshirt, he still has four yrs to play football at any NCAA school, or schools, that offer scholarships to play a sport.

Comment 31 Mar 2014

Tressel recruited an OL from Nordonia by the name of Rob Simms, who, in spite of the knocks against his position coach (the Walrus) turned into a drafted NFL lineman, just like his dad. Rob played at OSU from 2003-2005. Google his name for more details, if you like.