Agree. I covered the running backs last week and will continue looking at position groups weekly. Not sure which group I'll tackle next week yet but it'll be up next Thursday afternoon.
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Ah, thanks for catching that. Fixed.
Thank you, sir.
Happy Holidays to you as well.
I can only speak for myself but I think I've been generally positive about the hoops team. Just two weeks ago I wrote a piece in full support of Matta, challenging those who thought he should go. Last week, I wrote about Lyle's struggles but talked about his ceiling, unfair expectations, and that I thought he would improve. To that one in particular, you made a comment that made zero sense to me.
As for football, I just try to call it like I see it. I'm not trying to be a homer when I write a post. I also don't think I'm very negative but that's just my opinion on my own stuff. Personally, I'm glad our writers don't just turn out fluff for people who can't stand to see anything but rose-colored view points on Ohio State (whether that's you or not, it's not my place to say).
That said, you seem to be pretty negative/snarky for someone that is so defensive about anything perceived as negative said about Ohio State, even when you clearly misinterpret the intent of the article as you did with my Lyle piece. Your latest comment, taking shots about "less polished reporting" is just another example of your ironic snark, imo.
I don't view any of our readers as a "drop in the bucket" but at the same time, I don't recommend anyone willingly do anything that causes them pain if they have a choice to avoid it.
I'm pretty sure I could say water is wet and you'd challenge it at this point. But to answer your question, yes, I did talk to one coach about both of those players throughout last season. The summarized conversations equal Amir had no heart and didn't put forth max effort while Trey was a project that played hard but was limited from a talent standpoint.
Yeah, the totals for the top 10 schools varied depending on the sites visited. For the table in my post, I relied largely on the NCAA's site to get me totals through last year then updated them with this year's won-loss totals. Then I compared those to the all-time records shown in each school's media guide.
OSU Media Guide: http://grfx.cstv.com/schools/osu/graphics/pdf/m-footbl/2015/2015_guide.pdf