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Columbus, Oh (via Toledo, Oh)

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: "We've always had the best damn band in the land. Now we've got the best damn team in the land." 14-0!!
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Recent Activity

Comment 24 Jan 2015

Alabama is a foe. Oregon is quite simply someone who got in the way.

Comment 10 Jan 2015

Zeke is right. There is no way, with a National Title on the line, that this wasn't cleared with the NCAA and compliance first. Not after what the football team just went through a short 4 years ago.

Comment 05 Jan 2015


Comment 03 Jan 2015

I def don't think will but I have heard others make these points and I wanted to get a broader range of opinions on the topic.

Comment 27 Dec 2014

TTUN was terrible this year and we still made it into the playoff. OSU doesnt need a good UM team or a dominant Big Ten in order to play for a national title. This year proves that.

Comment 27 Dec 2014

And who recruited and helped develop Andrew Luck? That would be Harbaugh. He recruited and developed all of his talent in the years he was there. Now that Shaw is the HC at Stanford we are seeing that dropoff in talent.

Comment 27 Dec 2014

This is a coach who has won every where he has gone. San Diego his last year he was 11-1. He turned Stanford into a national title contender, beat Oregon and USC several times and now look at Stanford, they are back to being an average football team. Turned an average SF team who had fired Singletary and Nolan before Harbaugh and he was a play away from winning a SB and a play away from playing in another. He will turn TTUN into a team that will compete for a Big ten title every single year. I love Urban. He is an elite coach but Harbaugh is 10x the coach Hoke is and we could have lost every "Game" since Urban has gotten here. Every game was competitive late into the 4th quarter. And that was with UM teams that were 5-7 loss teams.