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BuckeyeRealist13


Kansas (via Columbus)

Member since 12 April 2013 | Blog

Ohio till I die

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Best sports moment, where I was actually at the game. Has to be 2002 UM / OSU. Rushed the field after with my dad and brother, great time. Second best game I was at was probably Iowa in 2009, won in OT and also rushed the field.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Zeeeeeek
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Is there any other option? Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: The Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: CavsNation!
  • MLB TEAM: RollTribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Soccer?

Recent Activity

Comment 9 hours ago

MTROTB - Yeah, I'm not going to read every single post every every single article I read. Sorry 

Comment 11 Feb 2016

I've always been a HUGE fan of Danny Clark. Not only will he be a great representative from Ohio State, but he has great size, a very good recruiter, and is a state championship winning QB. He is obviously doing something right with his huge ratings bump he just received. 

Comment 10 Feb 2016

Buckeye - I don't want to continue to defend Harbaugh because I'm a Buckeye through and through, and at this point I just feel dirty, but....Is it really an unfair advantage of any other coach in the country could do the same thing? I personally think it won't work out for Harbaugh, therefore it doesn't bother me personally. Either he is a) hiring unqualified people, or b) he fires the parents once the kids leave and is left with that stigma which would hurt recruiting.

Comment 10 Feb 2016

Buckeye - It's easy to ignore Stanford was 1-11 the year before he got there, and within four years he had them at 12-1. That is one of the finest coaching jobs I've ever witnessed. 

Comment 10 Feb 2016

Buckeye - Harbaugh was the head coach. I'm going to give him the credit. I credit him also for recognizing talent and putting a hell of a staff together at Stanford. Head coach's get all of the blame, why not get all of the credit? Also he went to three straight NFC championship games, and look where SF is now without him...that can't be understated. 

Comment 10 Feb 2016

Squirrel - I am a business major at Ohio State. I understand there are great people and sharks in the business world. I'm just saying I don't care about the unwritten code of ethics in business when it comes to humanity and the morals every human should have. Morals such as rape is wrong, assault is wrong, murder is wrong, racism is wrong, etc. Way, way, way, way, way, way down the list is giving an athletes family member a job. 

Comment 10 Feb 2016

Buckeye - I don't personally consider Shaw elite. Reason being, Jim Harbaugh built Stanford from nothing, David Shaw is building off of the foundation that Harbaugh created. Stanford having this lasting power also only increases my opinion that Harbaugh is an elite college football coach. I remember when Urban Meyer signed his contract at Ohio State people said "Yeah he was elite at Florida, but he hasn't done anything at Ohio State yet). I feel like way to many of us are falling into that same trap. Harbaugh is an elite coach regardless of how long he has been a Michigan, or regardless if San Francisco ran him out of town (after reaching three NFC championships)

Comment 10 Feb 2016

Squirrel - The business world IS THE LAST PLACE IN THE WORLD that I'm going to allow to tell me about morals. Are you kidding me right now? Did Harbaugh assault another human being, did he steal from another human being, is he a good husband and a father. Ok, then we can get over this. 

Comment 10 Feb 2016

Defiance - Elite is relative term. The way I determine elite is - Is this coach a top 5 coach in CFB? If you give Harbaugh an equal roster, and a week to prepare, there is only maybe two coach's (Meyer, Saban) I don't think he would beat. You also have to prove yourself in the W/L column (He made to to three straight NFC championship games, and won a BCS bowl game at Stanford) 

Comment 09 Feb 2016

Tressl = For those that also care, a 293.24 this past recruiting class would of put Ohio State at #3. Which is insane because with an 18 member class they would of been right up there with 24-25 member classes. The other thing I thought it, Ohio State will most likely have to have a class of 21 or more to compete for the #1 spot as Alabama had the #1 class at 301 last year.