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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Anyday OSU beats Mush-again in any sport.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Bill Walton; only because I was too young to see Jerry Lucas play.

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Comment 13 Apr 2014

I don't believe we have the qb on our roster currently that will follow BM as the starter. Once more, imo the three qb's we saw Saturday will continue to be capable backups but I think we may see a true freshman step into the leading role next year; if all the hype we are hearing is true! Sans Bauserman, we have all been spoiled by very good qb's over the last decade.

All of this is strictly my opinion and I would greatly appreciate other input.

Comment 11 Apr 2014

BB87 - I agree with your logic with one small caveat; why is everyone only discussing the $20 alternative when a pre-event purchase price was only $12? Now, try to come up with an alternate entertainment for that price.

And BTW, it isn't simply a practice you're seeing. It is a show of support for the team and assisting a very worthy charity. If all practices were open, there would probably be 20-30k fans at every one. Fans want to see the team of their affection. 

Comment 11 Apr 2014

S_L - thank you for the input. I cannot understand why some of the OSU faithful on this site cannot follow a story line that is well documented as a charitable event. All of the proceeds go to charity. Half of the responders here continue to write about the greed, the corrupt, etc. people in the Athletic Department. They need to read an article such as the one you have presented and not blow it off as too long for the attention span. I guess haters hate...it's what they do.

Again, thank you for the article. More people need to think or at least research before they put the poison to their pen.

Comment 03 Apr 2014

Here's a quote to set your head spinning, per Bleacher Report ~~Seantrel Henderson was once considered the No. 1 high school football prospect in the country. Now he is in danger of not being drafted this season.

His was another signing day show never to be forgotten!


Comment 23 Mar 2014

Agree so strongly with the pro-Brown voters here, however can understand why the huge up vote for Archie. Archie is probably the best ambassador OSU has ever had from the gridiron whereas Paul Brown was one of the true innovators of football at all levels. Voters from around the state, primarily the Cleveland and Cincinnati areas, would just crush Archie in this vote. However on a Buckeye site like 11W it is pretty much our heart that speaks loudest.

Comment 22 Mar 2014

Every game! Those three goof-dicks show up to embarrass the fan base for tOSU. Every damn game...home, away, bowl! They have way too much time and money! And the tv cameras eat that shit up.





Comment 10 Mar 2014

jb322 - disagree with the Stillwagon comment. Jack Tatum was the Kodak All-American Player of the Decade for the 60's. And Woody himself called Larry Zelina the "Jewell of the Super Sophs.". That group has six 1st round picks. On a personal note, Mike Sensibaugh was the finest baseball and basketball player I ever had the privilege to play against in high school. At OSU he was another great player in that group. And how about a set of tackles, Mayes and Foley both drafted in the first round in 1969. It's an impossible task.

Comment 10 Mar 2014

JB322 - how incredibly right you are. And even with your list there are another 30-50 that could be in a top 10. And none of us remember the 40's and 50's when OSU was just at the threshold of their rise in collegiate FB. How many of those players would crack this list! A Top 10 is impossible to choose; one person's Laurinaitis is another person's Gradishar which is another person's Katzenmoyer. I would imagine every position has ten that could be included.

Comment 07 Mar 2014

As I read the comments here I am reminded of the old adage, "keep your words soft and sweet. One day you may have to eat them".

And thank you B-stu and DC. A brother once is a brother always.

Comment 06 Mar 2014

Good article, good follow up comments.

Stu, if nothing else, the last two years have shown us that UFM and Hermann will only open the playbook as far as the talent allows. The players are all gifted athletes however we have seen some pretty bad decisions and ensuing mistakes from both sides of the ball and special teams.

B-69, no blame on what a player can or cannot absorb. The coaching staff has learned to call a game on where BM is in his development.

We all want perfection, every play, every game, every year. And yet, we all know it cannot happen. The best we can contribute is positive support...every play, every game, every year.

Comment 04 Mar 2014

Miller started the season last year, also. He was injured in the second game, ending up sitting out the rest of that game and the next two. Obviously, he could get injured at any time, but we are all wishing for a complete healthy year for BM. 

Comment 23 Feb 2014

Holy Shit!!!!  This is a sports venue. When the hell did the flood gates open for the political rhetoric and the alcohol/grass/drugs conflict spew forth? Cut the crap. We all have our opinions and nothing you write here will change anyone's minds. So, if you want to discuss Roby's chances of earning$100k for posting the fastest 40 times, let's hear it. Otherwise, shut your f**king pie hole.

Comment 31 Jan 2014

"The Limited Brands Ohio State University..." Just effing priceless! How much money does it take to have a university named after you? Apparently, it's unLIMITED!


Comment 27 Jan 2014

That's a pretty naive football outlook on schemes, input and teamwork from the coaching staff. If the DB's coaches are talking in the meetings that the corners and safeties are coached, taught and have practiced in a certain defensive scheme the DC is not going to call for opposing schemes. We can all have a certain amount of faith that the coaches at this level are all working toward the same objective.


Comment 15 Jan 2014

BTW, whereas we all think it would be best if MV could be the DLC forever, tOSU did very well in this circumstance.

I would imagine Coach Johnson realizes at this stage he probably is never going to be a HC at a major D1 school but certainly would like to put a crown jewel on his legacy. Looking around he can see the possibility of obtaining the NC ring would best be served at tOSU. And through attrition at his specialty, tOSU just happens to have a need that he can fill very nicely.

Speculation, but just sayin'.

Comment 09 Jan 2014

I think we will all be hearing about Matt Finkes over the next few days. He was a d-lineman playing opposite of Vrable. Good guy who has stayed close to the program.

Chris Spielman won't take an assistant position. He has publicly stated this. With his wealth of knowledge it would be sheer joy for us OSU fans to have CS in any capacity on the coaching staff. But I don't look for it soon. Would be fantastic, though!