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Hoody Wayes

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Comment 23 Jan 2015


That's why we are having a reasonable, disagreement.

Comment 21 Jan 2015

Quite reasonable and well worth excising and re-posting (including the salutation to Brax):

IMO still will be shocked if he ever plays QB again for Ohio State. Less than 8 months to VaTech and he's not even close. And that's just the healing part. Take a look at a photo of him right before the injury and then on the sideline in Dallas. He's lost so much weight/muscle in his upper body. He's just got a lot of work ahead of him to just play football again... let alone throw the ball around.

Wish him nothing but the best... Go Bucks!

Comment 21 Jan 2015

Why didn't he get help? Why wouldn't he get help? Being a Buckeye football player wasn't enough to save Kosta Karageorge. A glorious career and worldwide fame weren't enough to save Robin Williams.

As enlightened as we are, we still tend to shrug off or dismiss or sneer at mental illness, when mentai illness probably afflicts all of us, to some degree.

Health and wellness are mental, as well as, physical. Perhaps, all of us should get an annual, mental health check-up?

Comment 17 Jan 2015

Hoody Wayes 7 SEP, 2014 @ 12:12 AM EDIT

This was the largest recorded attendance in the Shoe.

Urban Meyer owes those Ohio State fans who attended, a refund. 

Q: Where's Mr. "41-14?" Where's Coach "Basketball On Grass?"

A: Counting his millions and laughing.


Q: Where's Mr. "41-14?" Where's Coach "Basketball On Grass?"

A: Here:

Comment 16 Jan 2015

Does he have any room for breakfast? He's recently feasted on badger, elephant and duck.

Comment 16 Jan 2015

Princeton's way is one way.

As in baseball, three quarterbacks could be rotated. Platooning was utilized on defense against Oregon and kept the Buckeye D fresh.

When 2 out of 3 of your starting quarterbacks lose significant playing time to injury and the third guy on that area of your depth chart leads your team to a national championship, your chart truly did have depth and the 2014 Ohio State football team becomes a template, for something new:

Depth + Risk (Injury) = A reason to consider a quarterback rotation

Depth + 2014 + Urban Meyer, et al = A reason to try a quarterback rotation  

The rotation works in baseball.

And Meyer played baseball.