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Comment 12 Sep 2013

I lived in Key West for two years. Amazing little town. Make sure to check out the Green Parrot on Southard Street (obviously) and the best food can be found at Mangia, Mangia. 

Comment 29 Aug 2013

FYI ... this schedule site is freaking amazing. I've looked at it probably 50,000 times in the past three years:

http://www.mattsarzsports.com/

Comment 28 Aug 2013

Hottest chicks: Little Bar

Most looking to score-iest older chicks: Varsity Club

Eh kinda girls: Out-R-Inn

Drunk college girls who will let you buy you drinks and maybe take you home: The O Patio

Best setting late night/hot college girls: Big Bar rooftop patio

These are the top five bars to attend after an Ohio State home game. All on campus.

Comment 24 Jul 2013

"Between Sugar Bar 2 and Charlie Bear, are there any worse bars in America, let alone Columbus?"

The five worst bars in Columbus:

1. Sushi Rock

2. Bar 23

3. Eleven

4. Sway

5. Diesel

Comment 12 Jun 2013

Nick Swisher was an awesome guy at Ohio State. Nice as can be as a student and athlete.

Always felt bad that Pat Chun had to work under Steve Snapp, who was the absolute worst.

Comment 06 May 2013

I would not be surprised if the California game ends up another night game ... be it on FOX at 7:30 p.m. or perhaps 10/10:15 p.m. on the new FOX Sports 1. FOX has the Pac-12 and Big 12 and other than Tennessee at Oregon, there isn't another real big game that week in those two conferences.  

Comment 23 Jul 2012

There are a TON of attractive girls from England/Scotland/Wales living in Columbus right now. Most work in fashion industry (Abercrombie or Limited) and live downtown. Go to Bodega on any given night and you'll find a handful. This is a pretty creepy comment post, my apologies.

Comment 23 Jul 2012

Most amazing piece of this article: There's an attractive girl named "Hazel" out there somewhere.

Just kidding. Good piece. I emailed it to a number of friends.

Comment 28 Nov 2011

Again, another difference between us and some of the other midwest powerhouses like Penn State, Nebraska, Michigan, Notre Dame and the ilk. They will always be there. They always will be right there in the Top 20. That's cool. They can continue to be regional powers. We're a top 5 program. We're there with Alabama and Texas and USC and maybe even LSU now. Those other schools are not. They simply compete against each other.

Comment 28 Nov 2011

Ohio State lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament later that year to Utah State ... Meyer once coached at Utah ... yeah ... nothing there.

Anyway, as a Youngstown kid/longtime YSU fan who had the opportunity to cover Tressel's first year at Ohio State as the sports editor at The Lantern, I just remember thinking, " please don't screw this up." That's where we were at the beginning of the Tressel Era. "Don't screw this up."

No such feelings this time around. I seriously cannot believe how giddy I am about the hiring of Corch Irvin Meyers. I don't expect anything more than 10-2/9-3 next year, but what is fantastic is we will be in the national title hunt for the entire tenure of Meyer's reign.

Football is fun again.

Comment 26 Oct 2011
And who could forget Wisconsin's win in 2001? Ugh. Brooks Plural Bollinger signed a picture of Ohio Stadium after with the phrase, "They built it, we own it." Hate it but have to admit that's pretty damn hilarious.
Comment 17 Aug 2011

As an unabashed conservative, I understand some of you will take issue with what I have to write but I feel it bears at least mentioning:

1. A vast majority of sports writers/reporters in general are of the more liberal-minded ilk. There is an even vaster majority of folks at ESPN who fall into this category. Read their Twitter feeds, look at what they retweet in terms of politics, etc. Outside of Bob Ley, there likely isn't a single on-air reporter/anchor at ESPN who voted for John McCain in 2008.

2. ESPN goes HARD after The Ohio State University and Gordon Gee (Mormon, Republican) and Jim Tressel (Christian, Republican). I doubt they show the same passion going after Donna Shalalalalalalala (former Clinton administration cabinent member and woman) and the Univ. of Miami (located in one of the most liberal areas of the United States ... culturally, locally and within its retiree community).

 

Comment 28 Jun 2011

Bravo. +1. All that bidness.

"... a faded picture of a chubby baby glaring angrily into nothingness."

Comment 26 Apr 2011

And if that twitter account really is Herbie's, he's a goddamn moron.

Herbie not only disappoints me as an Ohio State alum, but also as a former journalist. I can only hope GameDay comes to Columbus this coming fall ... perhaps for Wisconsin on Oct. 29.

 

Comment 01 Apr 2011

They sound like him and Dave! He's probably going to see if Paddy's can put them on the speakers during lunch. $2.50 24 ouncers.

Comment 01 Apr 2011

LOVE it.

Great @DadBoner reference as well. If you're not following him on Twitter, please do.

Common Man and Torg are the worst of the worst. How they have a drivetime radio show in a market like Columbus defies all logical thoughts.

Comment 07 Jan 2011

Just realized the basketball Buckeyes could (likely) will be playing in NOLA on March 24 in the Sweet 16.

It's very forward thinking but it's the regional that makes the most sense if OSU is a No. 1 or No. 2 seed.