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Dillon G


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Comment 25 Sep 2014

I hope all the fools are happy that demanded a playoff and said the BCS was bad. The BCS was an attempt to have number 1 and number 2 play. That is all. And originally, it took away some bias with objective categories called "computers". Then it was tweaked to get you to think what you think. And this is not just sports, but "news" in general. Propaganda.

Comment 22 Sep 2014

That is how the propaganda machine that is ESPN, who tells people what to think, will spin it.

Comment 07 Sep 2014

So much for the "spread", the biggest fallacy there is. Yes, the field from back line to back line is 120 yards long. So what. You don't line up at the back of the endzone on 1st and 10 from the 36. And neither does the defense. The other fallacy is the numbers advantage. It is 11 against 11. so the best thing to do is be bigger, faster and stronger than the opponent, and proper execution of blocking and tackling. My hero JT, the Senator, the Vest never had good offensive line coaching. That is the only thing I would change from him.

Comment 31 Aug 2014

A few comments from Meyer were correct after the game. Adam Rittenberg on ESPN got it wrong.

The new line on offense was not good in the first half. Game time and practice are two different things. All who play know this. They were much better in the second half.

Rittenberg said the defensive line has to be better. No they don't. Curtis failed to impress again at linebacker. Watch your replays. I must be spoiled, because he is the opposite of Shazier, Laurinaitis, Hawk, Wilhelm, Spielman...he constantly backs up against the run. I don't get it. Perry was much better than Curtis.

Barrett was fine. He threw two picks, thankfully the one was missed and didn't go for six. I am pleased with his overall game and first start against a good defense.

And wow on all those hyper fast skill players. There are only so many reps in the game for all of them. I wanted to see more of Marshall.

Comment 09 Jun 2014

What? Who doesn't like Pryor or want him around?

 

But it's curious to me how Tressel has all but been canonized by fans (and rightfully so), yet an odium still surrounds his former protegé. After all, Pryor had the excuse of youthful naïveté. Tressel was the professional

Comment 07 Jun 2014

I do not enjoy the facts. The facts are the Steelers are one of the best franchises in all of professional sports. The Browns are one of the worst, bad owners and bad managers. Shazier will brake Manziel in two. I hope I am proved wrong.

Comment 07 Jun 2014

I am going to shift gears slightly, to a mans verbiage.

 

These words may also define Urban Meyer's tenure at Ohio State. The simplicity of the words chosen and their brute honesty capture both the baseline expectations

2 Corinthians 3:12
Seeing then that we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech
 

 

Comment 03 Jun 2014

Next thing you know, you will see idiots trying the same thing, and end up on Fail Army's youtube channel. Along with all the other morons that think you don't need the wires that are removed via CGI in the movies.

Comment 12 Apr 2014
Even with no-contact jerseys, both showed they can run the football but the passing was hit and miss. Jones seemed to struggle with touch in that every ball he threw that wasn't a deep shot came out hot.

 

 

Pryor was the same way. It took a lot to tone it down.

Comment 10 Apr 2014
I will profess to not breaking down film on kickers often. Here goes.

It went through the uprights, or it didn't. Fat kicker with a rap sheet? It didn't matter to Al either.

Comment 17 Mar 2014

Who remembers tOSU losing to Dayton in the early 80's? The three point shot might have been adopted that year. Dayton gave Oklahoma and Tisdale all they could handle in the NCAA tournament.

Comment 26 Feb 2014

Our honor defend....still the best writing. Mocking those that deserve to be mocked without being childish or millenialish. I don't think it is a word either.