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  • SPORTS MOMENT: The 2002 Fiesta Bowl and the ride along the way, especially Holy Buckeye.
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Comment 16 Jul 2014
Great article as always. I have never lived outside of Ohio but I had the same feeling of home with the Columbus suburb I live in. 20 years ago, when I graduated high school, I couldn't get out of the Columbus area quick enough. I moved to Cincinnati and, 5 years later, degree in hand, I couldn't wait to come home. 2 years after that I returned to my original hometown. There are nostalgic moments that lead to great stories with my children but it is so much more. It's home.
Comment 21 Jun 2014
Good for him but a couple things. 1. Did that highlight reel include him taking a safety on a kick - off or did I have the wrong guy I was watching? 2. Did that highlight video have credits for the director and, if directed, we're the plays not real?
Comment 13 Aug 2013

I guess it makes sense.  Better reason for me to stick with only two kids.  It will make giving stuff away a bit easier (although I don't have anything to give them).

Thanks Mike.  And thanks for delivering excellent recruiting coverage on the basketball front. 

Comment 21 Jun 2013

The quote that you reference is as impressive a quote as I have seen from a Buckeye commit in recent memory.  For me, this came out of left field as I did not know much about this quarterback.  However, when I read that quote, I immediately became a fan of his.  Chalk me up as excited - and impressed!

Comment 14 May 2013

I can't believe this is not a joke.  This is the type of rap and rap video that ends up on Tosh.O.  I am thinking he may have been ineligible at MSU.

Comment 28 Apr 2013

I really liked this piece.  I don't read many "longer" articles on the Internet but I read every word of this article.  Keep up the great work Jeremy.

Comment 16 Apr 2013

Gene has done some good things, yes.  However, he also butchered the entire Jim Tressel situation and made Ohio State look worse than it needed to in the process.  Now he appears to be butchering the women's basketball coaching search.  Rumors on the internet is that he could have hired Gail Goestenkors (which would have been a home run IMO) but he offended her when she found out that she was not his first choice.  It has been nearly one month since Gene fired Foster and still nothing.  Imagine how bad this would look if we were talking about a higher profile sport (men's basketball or football).