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GoBucks10 12th Warrior

Liberty Township, Ohio (via Cincinnati, Ohio)

Member since 24 November 2012 | Blog

Grew up a University of Cincinnati fan. Attended The Ohio State University from 2006 to 2010 for a BSME. Rooting for Buckeye Football ever since.



  • SPORTS MOMENT: #1 tOSU v. #2 TTUN: THE GAME in 2006
    7 December 2014 v. Wisconsin (B1GCG)
    1 January 2015 v. Alabama (Sugar Bowl)
    12 January 2015 v. Oregon (CFPNC)
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Cincinnati Cyclones (not NHL, but hometown team)
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: FC Cincinnati

Recent Activity

Comment 25 Apr 2017

While I agree it may be easier to recruit people to not-cold-locations, Maryland as a school (and I'll lump Rutgers in as well) is not widely regarded as football-centric.  Many choose to go to schools like Minny, Wisky, and Sparty for the fact they are generally known for football.

The wildcard is going to be the UA $$ similar to what was mentioned above with Oregon.  But as others mentioned, we'll see how far that takes them.

Comment 25 Apr 2017

Interesting take, regardless.

Their proclivity towards basketball success doesn't hurt either.  Their recruiting ground may be fertile, but they'll be held back by the rest of the Big Ten for a while.

Comment 25 Apr 2017

Just missed: Maryland

 You've go to explain that one to me.  They only have 1 (maybe 2) claimed national championships and their recent history hasn't been terribly impressive.  I'll grant you, they have a fair recruiting area but nothing like the other power houses.  The conference...fine, Big Ten.  Fan support for Maryland football?  Maybe Lacrosse?

Comment 23 Apr 2017

I can't remember if that came out in one of the Tatum updates way back or not.

Comment 23 Apr 2017

Hold control, then right-click on the word.  The corrections will appear.

The glory that is:  Tatum.

Comment 23 Apr 2017

Poe, please read the messages from Calpoppy and from Hovenaut, above.  In general, here's some of the things which are getting you in trouble.  When you do these things, most of those commenting will tend to get pretty sarcastic in their responses to you.

  1. Your forum posts generally only contain a single sentence (sometimes, not even a complete sentence).
  2. You don't include any commentary, opinions, links to the appropriate source on other web pages, etc. therefore, your single-sentence post doesn't get off the ground.
  3. When you comment, your replies aren't well connected to those you are trying to address.
  4. Sometimes, your sentences don't make sense due to spelling errors or grammatical problems

Here's some things you can do to improve:

  1. If you are wondering why there are problems, start with the commenting policy.  You can find it by scrolling all the way to the bottom of the page and looking in the right corner.  Or, click this:  http://www.elevenwarriors.com/help/commenting-policy
  2. I also recommend reading the FAQ (also at the bottom of the page), or click this:  http://www.elevenwarriors.com/help/faq
  3. If you have a single-sentence forum post, re-consider a brand new topic.  Instead, go to the forums page (http://www.elevenwarriors.com/forum) and search around until you find a place where your single sentence or question would be relevant.  Then, submit your comment there.
  4. If you've had forum posts deleted multiple times in the span of an hour or two, consider pausing for a while before submitting more.
  5. Be sure to consider where your forum post belongs (I gave you a list of all the different forum categories in a previous comment last week).  Don't put forum posts in the wrong category.  If you are unsure, I recommend not posting at all.
  6. When replying to comments from others on the website, use the "reply" button (an arrow on the bottom-right corner of every comment).  Then, your comment will be applied directly below the person you are answering.  If you don't do that, and use only the comment box at the bottom of the page, your comment goes to the bottom of the comment history and it can be difficult to figure out who you were talking to.
  7. Proofread your posts (or at least attempt to).  Plenty of us spell things wrong and make grammatical errors, but there's no reason for >5 question marks after every question you write.