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BuckeyeCrusdader


SWO (via Cincinnati)

Member since 30 September 2013 | Blog

Parents went to the ND at OSU game in 1995 when I was five, parents left me at my Uncle's. My dad told me who to root for before he left, my uncle and cousins were ND fans, they couldn't sway me and I puked on their couch for them trying, and OSU won. I don't really remember a whole lot about OSU football until their National Championship season when I attended their games against Cincinnati and Penn St.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Shot to send basketball game to OT In 6th grade lol
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Current: Sam Hubbard Past: Braxton Miller, Zeke, and Joey Bosa
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: none
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: none
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Team USA, don't care about MLS

Recent Activity

Comment 15 hours ago

Search function needs to be chronological and have the option of either search forum topic titles or article titles. If I search for a thread from a few weeks ago chances are its on page 297 of the results. Makes no sense and the search bar is nearly useless.

Comment 19 Jun 2017

I agree that a slow 40 doesn't guarantee a player can't be great it still is less likely. I'm sure he'll be faster once he gets in the MickDojo but it's just the trend in LB recruiting this year that has me asking questions. I still wonder if Isaiah Pryor and Brendon white will ultimately become walkout lbs.

Comment 18 Jun 2017

There are two K'vaughn Pope profiles on ESPN for the same guy, one says 4.72 and the other 4.96. Per ESPN Gant's time is 4.84. 

I try to only go by nike sparq or opening 40 times because they are laser timed. HS forty times are widely (and wildly) exaggerated when they are hand timed.  

Comment 18 Jun 2017

This is a great class but I am a little worried about the speed of the LBs. Gant 4.84, Chatfield 4.9, Pope(sounds like he's in) 4.9, Mitchell 5+. That's extremely slow compared to current and recent succesful Ohio State linebackers. You don't have to be Lee or Shazier fast to be a good LB but even McMillan ran a 4.61 and some thought his speed was a liability.

Comment 12 Jun 2017

It's great when we are freaking out about which high level recruits we can and can't take vs freaking out about if we'll be able to land any of the cream of the crop guys. This class is going to be

Comment 02 Jun 2017

Weed stops pretty much all dreams.. including the good ones. I also disagree with using marijuana to treat depression.. imo it's no different than using alcohol. Exercise and time with friends and loved ones are the best things for depression imo, and I have had numerous periods of depression, sometimes severe, during my life. I'm all for medicinal and legalizing it for recreational use; but I still compare stoners with alcholics.. fortunately for the stoners it doesn't f up their physical health.. but it definitely makes people lazy, inconsiderate, and negligent. My pothead roommate used clorox wipes(ammoniated) specifically where I told him not to because "It was easier" The reason I knew is because soon after, as I was cleaning the same area with bleach my eyes and lungs began to burn violently.. mustard gas just because Mr. pothead thought "it was easy" I almost knocked his ass out afterward.

Anyway rant over. OP I hope both your condition and bad dreams cease/ improve. 

Comment 31 May 2017

1.) With the World Series Starting on the 24th and the game being on the 28th this can't possibly be a game 7

2.) That was the highest rated WS since 2004 when the Red Sox won their first series since 1918, obviously the Cubs had a curse to break and Cleveland was going for it's second championship in a year after 50+ years without winning a championship

3.) The average for a WS over the past 10 years is 9.5 which is < 10.4 of last years OSU vs PSU game (this year has the potential to be a bigger match up)

Comment 26 May 2017

While I did research for this one thing became evident.. Miami and Florida and  LSU and Texas don't come close to comparing when it comes to DBU overall.. some schools might have had a few more NFL stars but the depth and consistency of DBs at OSU is insane. I think we've had like 27-28 DBs drafted since 2000 and like 9 or 10 first rounders. It's not slowing down at all either. I expect Apple and Roby to improve a bit still and I think Conley, Lattimore, and Hooker all have star potential.