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Comment 16 May 2017

It is most certainly NOT the AD.  If it is, then it should be the OSU President or heck, the Governor of the State.  Its the Coach, ok?

Comment 16 May 2017

I don't routinely follow college basketball, just not my sport.  There are a lot of Thad hatters and backers on this site.  I'm not a hatter for sure, but I'm also not one to make excuses for him.  Saying, he is the best coach in the history of the program is not a reason to keep him on.  Professionally paid coaching, just like business is about what have you done for me lately.  It doesn't even matter if it is his fault, just that it happened on his watch.  That's enough.  What you did ten years ago means absolutely zilch.  Personally, I think he has checked out.

Comment 09 May 2017

I also see this less of a real issue for the Bucks.  Those players you listed above, perhaps very few or more likely none would have signed a letter of intent in December - especially with the new rule in place.  And if a school tries to pressure a player, I would assume that player has other options available.  Typically, someone OSU wants does not just have one offer from a middeling school

Comment 03 May 2017

Will never really "get" why anybody roots for an NFL team, unless they were born and raised in that same town with a family growing up rooting for said team.  That is not what I see mostly.  I root for players, not teams or jerseys as Seinfeld once said.  My teams are the one with Buckeyes.  Not saying my way is right, and in fact, I represent a tiny proportion of NFL "fans".  

Comment 29 Mar 2017

It is not conference pride for me.  I moved a couple of decades ago to the West coast.  It is more of mid west pride.  Yes, I was pissed when Wisky lost to Florida in this year's tournament.  I do root for the conference, but more from a geographical affection standpoint