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BuckGnome


Member since 22 January 2012 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: The 2003 Fiesta Bowl, everything else pales in comparison. That season and especially the way it ended was incredible. I had an awesome rush for two to three weeks after that game, and it was far and away the greatest sports-related moment of my life.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Chris Spielman
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jimmy Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets?
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: umm ...... soccer, really???

Recent Activity

Comment 19 Jun 2017

Every time a scUM fan feebly tries to say the 2010 win for OSU was vacated and doesn't count, they're usually dumb enough to claim something like "Tressel was actually 8-2 vs. TTUN"(like somehow that's not nearly as pathetic)  I take great joy in reminding them that, while the victory for OSU might not technically count, scUM's loss that year at the hands of tOSU very much still counts technically and otherwise.  So scUM went 1-9 vs Ohio State during the Vest's tenure.

They don't like when I do that.

Comment 04 Jan 2017

Following VT, Ohio State scored 42 or more points in eight of their last ten games with JT.  Yes Penn St. gave our offense the most fits, but JT put the team on his back in the two overtimes to win that one.

JT's stats from '14: 34 passing TDs, 9 yards per attempt, 65% completion percentage, good enough for him to be the B1G player of the year.

If you really think he was "never very good" I suggest you go rewatch the Michigan State game from that year.  Here's refresher

Comment 03 Jan 2017

JT certainly has regressed.  Remember when he could make throws like this against quality defenses?

Comment 01 Jan 2017

2-7 finish to the season ATS.  And then took the biggest dump of all on the biggest stage.  Hope Urban cleans house.

Comment 15 Dec 2016

Yes.  The Common Man & Torg had great on-air chemistry.  No offense to Tbone, but it hasn't been as entertaining since Torg got the boot.  The show was greater than the sum of its parts.