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from Jenera, Ohio

Member since 14 October 2013 | Blog

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Career USAF and Forever Buckeye Fan.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Jan 3, 2003, Ohio stops Miami for 4 downs from the 2 yard line.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Too many.........Archie, Brudzinski, Eddie G, Zeke, Carlos H, Spielman
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Celtics, Cavs

Recent Activity

Comment 05 Feb 2015

Right on track with my way of thinking.  Keep the defense off balance.  If you have the talent, use it.  Put a couple of them in at a time even.  For some reason its taboo to play dual quarterbacks and teams that have done it, few have had success.  Its a paradigm i think.  Keep proving everyone wrong.  Use the talents of those 3 and let them have some fun.  What a great game it would be.

Comment 18 Jan 2015

Accept what is now and hope for the future but by no means PRESUME anything much less, a dynasty.  I will say I loved the tenacity the team played with.  I loved the "FIRE" i saw in these Buckeyes like i've never seen.  Never flustered or put on their heels, just sheer determination and confidence in each other.  Best season i've ever seen.  Going to love every minute of the off season.

Comment 28 Dec 2014

If Urban pulls out the stops with the talent he has..... Thomas, Vanette, Heuerman, Marshall on top of the the obvious playmakers, I seriously think Bama can be overwhelmed in a very short time.  Wildcats....Tight end quick releases, read action drop back down field, zeke up the middle, there's just so much.

Comment 28 Dec 2014

I live in the panhandle of Florida....lower Alabama.  I've talked with several Bama fans and they have concurred.  Most Bama fans haven't seen Ohio State and I think them and the team will underestimate the power of the Buckeyes.  They dismiss the 59-0 beating of Wisky because "they're just another B1G team".  I asked them........"you didn't see that game"?  "No".  me:   "Cool".

Comment 28 Dec 2014

I agree and what's cool is...i think our coaches understand this and I think they are smart enough to counter this pass rush.  We have so many play variables to options, screens, quick throw action.........i love the tools we have and i can't help but think that the schemes they will have can disrupt what Bama is expecting.

Comment 28 Dec 2014

I'm glad we're underdogs.  And we really should be.  However, I see the talent and i feel if the buckeyes fire on all cylinders its going to be a game for the ages.  We have a very good shot at bringing them down.  Something tells me too that Bama will falter.  Something tells me they may be over-confident and are susceptible to the perverbial bloody nose and If we continue to play like we played against Wisconsin, it'll be a long day for Bama.  It the words of Woody.........."If you take it to 'em, and you KEEP takin it to 'em,.............hell there's no WAY you can lose".  I'm going to hold on to that thought and i hope the Bucks do too.

Comment 25 Dec 2014

Hope i see this for 2 more games In Jan.  The D really stepped up when Barrett went down.  I hope that anger and fire that started after he went down and thru the B1G Ch game stays with us next week.  Bama won't be able to handle it.

Comment 25 Dec 2014

I just don't think these doubters have watched the Buckeyes very closely.  This is a very very different team than past teams.  The 3rd QB and loss of Dontra, Spence, etc have blinded them.  This is not a team (ND) that is going to be embarrassed by Bama.  Bama is going to get a black eye by an angry, confident, talented team with a great game plan in store.  You watch, it won't surprise me when Bama fans are in shock at what's happening to them.   And i'll come back to this thread after the game and say i told you so.

Comment 21 Dec 2014

'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through Columbus,
Not a creature was stirring, as not even ole Brutus.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that OSU fans New Orleans be there;

The Buckeyes were nestled, all snug in their beds,
While visions of 'downed elephants danced in their heads;
With Jones in the saddle and Urbz in his best,
Had just settled down for a long winter's rest,

When out on the field there arose such a clatter,
Urbz sprang from his bed to see what was the matter;
Away to the window he flew like a flash,
As if he could run a 4:33 yard dash;

The moon on the breast of the new fallen snow,
Gave the lustre of thoughts of the ass-kicking to follow,
When, what to his wondering eyes should appear,
But a miniature sleigh, and eight HUGE reindeer;

With Tom as the driver, and seeing a six pack so sweet,
He knew in a moment it must be Sir Zeke;
More rapid than eagles his coursers they came,
And he whistled, and shouted, and called them by name;

"Now Taylor! Now Bosa! Now Thomas and Bell!
On Apple! On Grant! On Devin who sails!
To the top of the porch! To the top of the wall!
Now dash away! Dash away! Stop Amari and all!"

So up the house-top the reindeer all flew,
With a sleigh full of Grey Goose, and St. Washington too;
Faster than a freight train without even a sound,
Down the chimney came big Bennett, landed with a bound;

He was dressed all in Nike, from his head to his foot,
But his clothes were all tarnished with red bama soot;
A bundle of Tusks he had flung on his back,
He looked like a guerilla just opening his pack;

His eyes--how they twinkled! His guns, how scary!
From the protein he’s eaten and the muscles he’s carried!
A stern little scowl from a face full of cracks,
Probably from the combo of tackles and Sacks;

The stump of a pigskin he held tight in his teeth,
He’d just stolen from Simms and hung as his wreath;
He had a broad face and a big round belly,
From watching Tide film on the Buckeyes big telly

He was Strong and he was mean, that surley Buckeye,
And you'd laugh if you saw him, he’ make any man cry;
A wink of his eye and a twist of his head,
Would fill all Bama men with a feeling of dread;

He spoke not a word, but let Cardale do the talking,
As yards after catch filled receivers’ huge stockings,
To each little Buckeye he gave something great,
In New Orleans at games end, key to celebrate;

And laying his hammer aside his nose-a,
And giving a nod, he fell out with Bosa,
They sprang to the sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
And away they all flew, to Pasadena like speedsters;
But I heard him exclaim, as he fled from the Dome
"Merry Christmas, Buckeyes! One more and we’re HOME!