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BuckeyeOfTheTiger 12th Warrior


Clemson, SC (via North Canton, OH)

Member since 15 May 2013 | Blog

The Ohio State University, Class of 2012
Clemson University, Class of ~2017

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Comment 21 Sep 2016

I would think that the first time a G5 school gets a shot at the CFP there would be plenty of people watching, just to see what happens.  After that, probably not, especially if they played poorly, but I could see a lot of people watching the first time out of curiosity.

Comment 15 Sep 2016

nothing pisses me off more (when it comes to watching sports on tv) than missing plays due to commercials or extraneous camera shots.  watching the olympics on NBC was infuriating because, i.e. in sand volleyball, they would go to commercial when they would hit their 7 point breaks and then they wouldn't come back until they had already played a point or two, so you missed like 5-6 points per set. Even last week in the OSU-Tulsa game there was a no-huddle hurry-up play that they were late getting back to because they were showing the same replay too many times.

Comment 13 Sep 2016

The other side of this is if we can get out fast and build an early lead we can crush their spirits. If we let them score early and get their confidence back up though, it'll be a fight

Comment 19 Jul 2016

He was heavily thought to be the starting RB come fall, at least until Mike Weber would have supplanted him. Starting RB at tOSU is basically a star player, no matter his past performances. Glad Urban was firm and made sure a projected starter didn't get let off the hook. 

Comment 13 Jul 2016

People, not just football players, get internships (and full-time jobs for that matter) through connections all the time. At every campus recruiting fair you go to you see alumni coming back to represent their company and recruit students from their alma mater. I fail to see how this is any different. Additionally, there are specific recruiting fairs for the College of Business, the College of Engineering, etc., so it's not like it's unreasonable to have a recruiting fair set up by the football program for the football team, especially given that these guys also actually have desirable qualities for hiring such as leadership, work ethic, etc.

I wish my network of references included Urban Meyer.