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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship Game... nuff said
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Bo Jackson... I know he's not a Buckeye, but Bo Jackson... Favorite Buckeye is Chris Speilmen
  • NFL TEAM: Broncos/Packers/Raiders
  • NHL TEAM: Penguins
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: This is still a sport in America?

Recent Activity

Comment 24 hours ago

Oooohhh the insertion jokes that could be made...  

Comment 24 hours ago

And more like this...

Comment 24 hours ago

Not to piss in your cornflakes, but why do people keep saying we have a "stud" coming in in 2017. I get that Danny Clark has the prototypical build that a team wants in a QB, as well as a cannon for an arm. In fact, he has all the tools in the world. But anyone who has consistently seen the kid play/broken down film on him knows that he has a looooong way to go before he should be considered a college ready QB. He has some severe accuracy issues and saying that he lacks mobility would be being rather generous. People really need to cool their expectations for the kid until he makes some major strides in his game.

Now before the downvote parade starts, this is not an attack on Danny. I already stated that he has all the tools in the world, and honestly, how many HS sophomores are actually college ready? I get all that. I'm just saying, if all you needed to be a great college QB was to be 6'6" with a cannon attached to your shoulder, their would be a heck of a lot more Ben Rothlesbergers and a few less Derek Andersons. Bottom line is, there needs to be (and there is no reason why there shouldn't be) a significant improvement in several areas of his game for me to start to see him as a "stud" so to speak. No one should be ready to say Gibson isn't a big deal because of the HS Sophomore we've already got locked in...

Comment 24 Jan 2015
I disagree with this. MSU and Nebraska both have quality classes. They are ranked lower because of numbers. They'd both be in the top 20 if they have 5 more recruits each. Not sure if they are small by design this year or if they are just having trouble getting commits.
Comment 23 Jan 2015
Hey the Hornets have won something like 7 of 9 and haven't let up 100 points in a game since the year turned. I realize they aren't the bulls, but they also aren't the 76ers
Comment 22 Jan 2015
Hahaha Kenny hill! Oooohhhh this is rich in hindsight!
Comment 21 Jan 2015

As a former college wide receiver I have to disagree with this somewhat. I always thought it was easier to hang on to the ball if it had a little air let out of it. A ball that is full to over-inflated causes the dimples to stretch and can make the ball feel slick. A ball that has a little air taken out of it always has a little better grip to it.

That being said, I agree with you statement that the game wasn't exactly close enough for me to think that it really mattered. If the game was decided by a touchdown or field goal, then maybe. But Indy got crushed, and it wasn't because of the balls.