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gutterwaste


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Comment 01 Aug 2014

Also, will someone please help Bo buy a jacket that fits?  He looked like he was wearing his Dad's suit at Media Days , too.

Comment 01 Jul 2014

Also, didn't say he had to have played for the Buckeyes.  Your argument would be better if you said "Are you from Cleveland" not "Did you play for Cleveland."  Even so, not good, because a professional sports team exists solely to have fans.  In theory, Ohio State's football team is simply a representation of the University and its student body and alumni.

Comment 23 Jun 2014

I would also add that the student athlete receives far more academic support than is routinely available to the non-athlete.  Privileged scheduling, tutoring, etc.  Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying it would be easy to carry an academic load and put in the hours and hours it takes to be an athlete, but I also think that the athlete signs up for this and the universities, generally, do a lot to put them in a position to succeed.  

Comment 20 Mar 2014

I've never been a big fan of anyone who can't enjoy a win without trying to rub the other teams nose in it.  It wasn't a chippy game, OSU players hadn't been talking crap about Dayton all week.  Be excited.  But have class and cheer for your team and not against the other one.  

Comment 04 Mar 2014

But, he is Australian, and those dudes are prone to going "walkabout."  So, probably worth mentioning.

Comment 26 Feb 2014

Except when in NYC, cause giant drinks are illegal there.  

Comment 11 Feb 2014

Here's the thing.  Ohio State has a mascot.  It's Brutus and it actually is his job to lead cheers, look ridiculous, and act goofy.  It bothers me that theses dudes have elected themselves as mascots and they are portrayed as such on television.  These ass hats do not represent my university or me as an alum and I wish they would not be allowed to do so.

Comment 22 Jan 2014

It's clearly ageism.  As a society we have no right to decide at what age we believe an average person is capable to handle certain responsibilities.  I see the light now.  That's why I just gave my car keys to my 8 year old nephew.  Wouldn't want to be an ageist.