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chitown buckeye 12th Warrior

Chicago, Il (via Napoleon, Ohio)

Member since 13 October 2011 | Blog


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Comment 20 May 2016

Exactly, none of the "experts" making these 8-4, 9-3 claims talk about the level of experience we have at the most important position on the field! JT is a legitimate Heisman contender and I might buy into a few of these "losses" if we were replacing him but with him on the field, we have much better than a punchers chance against our Schedule. Let the experts keep disrespecting or counting the Buckeyes out. I think, I think, I think Urban Meyer is pretty good when that happens!? By the time we head to that state up north the boys will be gelling and hitting on all cylinders! If they can pull a big win out in Norman, look out because you get these young athletic, talented kids some confidence and its 2014 all over again!

Comment 17 Dec 2015

At the same time though (this goes for many careers) getting back to what brought you into that career in the first place can be very invigorating. I think Shiano may really enjoy the role of coordinator and focusing on simply recruiting. He's not a youngster trying to make ends meet financially. He is doing this because he WANTS to do it not because he HAS to do it. That's a big difference. I think he's going to make an excellent hire and will bring our defense and staff to another level.  

Comment 15 Dec 2015

I sat next to katzenmoyer in our history lecture. He was a pretty cool guy I thought. We had a couple of good laughs.

Comment 23 Nov 2015

No it's not. OSU is bigger  than one year of recruits or one loss. Our program has withstood terrible losses, ups and downs over every decade and we are still trucking along just fine. People get way to worked up over recruiting! Get the guys who want to play for Meyer and OSU and we will be fine. There are plenty of those "Studs" out there.

Comment 16 Nov 2015

Two points I find interesting- 1) I wish we had a bit more context to what was meant by Meyer saying EZE was begging him to stay in the 4th quarter. You can take that statement a couple of ways: He wanted to continue to get better and keep grinding or He wants to get his yards for the possible Heisman. That brings me to Meyers last quote 2) If you are worried about more sacks, touches we are going to be 10-1. Do these two points/quotes go together or am I over analysing things? I don't see EZE as a selfish player, it may have been in jest as well him begging to stay in the game but lets hope everyone is focused on the team goals.  I'm ready to watch the boys this Saturday! Killing me its only Monday!