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Member since 21 November 2011 | Blog

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Grew up in the shadows of the Horseshoe and developed a strong hatred for all things north of the border.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron "smooth criminal" Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Flyers
  • NBA TEAM: Cannot compute
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Uhhh. NY Cosmos

Recent Activity

Comment 02 May 2015

That's a great clip of Miller's pick six. I love that he gets mauled on the sideline, especially by Johnson. He's been a great addition to the coaching staff. 

Man I love this team!  I'll never get tired of watching the two playoff games. 

Comment 10 Feb 2015

The Kool-AId Man wouldn't be able to carry that much juice.)

Basement blogger level: expert

Comment 08 Feb 2015

12:38 and I blieve, wait, I can CONFIRM that Michigan still sucks. 

Comment 17 Jan 2015

Sorry to sadden you. Just need my statagram. 

Edit:  I'll edit the title to avoid crushing the dreams of others. 

Comment 09 Jan 2015

Do you even know what a plethora is, Fatpants?

Comment 09 Jan 2015

I think the key for the Buckeyes is ball control and clock control. By controlling both, Oregons offense stays on the bench, while ours does work. When their offense is on the field, the defense needs to be disruptive and make early stops, then keep up the pressure throughout the game. In 2012 and 2013, Standord did just that while completely owning the clock. The 2013 game is an amazing example of this. Not only was Stanford D disruptive, but the Cardinal had the ball for over FOURTY minutes in that game. 

This is also illustrates why teams have higher rushing averages against Oregon. They're trying to play ball control. Problem is, their defenses can't stop the ducks offense so they have to abandon the run and pass to try to keep up. 

If we can manage the clock, score when we have the chances, and limit the ducks opportunities to possess the ball, I think we're in good shape.