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fartymcpooperson


San Francisco Bay Area (via Columbus, Ohio)

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 Ohio State National Championship
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Antoine Winfield
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jim Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: San Diego Chargers
  • NHL TEAM: CBJ
  • NBA TEAM: Who cares?
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  • SOCCER TEAM: Who cares?

Recent Activity

Comment 07 Sep 2014

This has to be one of the most embarrassing performances since the 2006 National title game.  4 and 5 star players all over the field shredded.  There is 0 excuse for it.

Sure, Maybe Braxton would've made this game different, but the rest is a bunch of crap.  This team sucks right now and if Urban Meyer can't improve this team, he or his coordinators should be fired.  

Face it, the Buckeyes were beaten in every phase tonight despite having bigger, stronger and faster players at every position.  We'll see if they improve, but I see no need to sugar coat any of this.  Ohio State sucked tonight, it's on Urban Meyer if they don't get better right now.

Comment 13 Nov 2013

It is easy to forget how fast that those mid-90s teams were and how well the executed on both sides of the ball.  They also played a very exciting brand of football.  Those were some really, really good teams ... I will never understand how they lost all those games to Michigan.

Comment 12 Nov 2013

This.


Clearly offensive efficiency helps against a team like Oregon who can put up points in a hurry.  But what's more, I don't see a lot of successful read-option in the NFL.  Defenses seem more fundamentally sound and defenders seem more likely to beat the offensive lineman than in college football.  The main thing that worries me about MSU is that they could be the most fundamentally sound football team we will face on defense.  Luckily, I think Ohio State has the best offensive line MSU will face. 

Comment 12 Nov 2013

Ohio State was  successful in defending Oregon's offense in the 2010 Rose Bowl (awesome game, was totally there).  How hard is it for teams to consistently do that to a very good spread-run team like Ohio State or Oregon?  Is there a nugget in there than Narduzzi can use to defend against Ohio State's offense?

Comment 17 Oct 2013

Nice breakdown as usual.  As a non-expert, it seems like the defensive coaching staff is suffering from some of the same philosophical issues as in 2012: namely settling on a consistent defensive scheme and linebacker issues.  One would think that the coaching staff might have learned its lesson from last year on the former.  Anyone have thoughts as to why a consistent defensive scheme cannot be settled upon by this staff?

Comment 12 Nov 2012

A little late, but WTH, I've been busy.  Condensation ....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gS1RIyR6uW8

Comment 31 Oct 2012

45-7 ... Illinios has looked pretty bad, this is the silver bullets' coming out party.