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  • SPORTS MOMENT: "The Game" 2006.
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  • MLB TEAM: Pittsburgh Pirates
  • SOCCER TEAM: Sporting Kansas City

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Comment 26 Aug 2014

That was my thought as well and the main reason I posted the forum topic. That plus the his timing may be off due to the missed practices.

Comment 23 Aug 2014

I've said this before in another post:
In my opinion, a National Championship depends on both seniors Curtis Grant and Rod Smith making truly epic contributions... even if Smith is doing so as a non-starter.  Their leadership is key!

By "epic" I mean:
SMITH - 500+ total yards... plus Rod leading/guiding/pushing Elliot to surpass Rod's own totals. THAT is the type of unselfish senior leadership we desperately need from Rod.
GRANT - 100+ tackles and Curtis (along with Bennett) leading the Front-7 in a return to Silver Bullet status.

Comment 12 Aug 2014

I remember seeing Frank on the field a lot more than that "1 reception" indicates.
From his player profile on ohiostatebuckeyes.com:
"... 28 plays from scrimmage against Florida A&M ... saw first Big Ten action with 15 plays on offense vs. Penn State and added 24 vs. Purdue ... had his first catch - for six yards - vs. Purdue ... Epitropooulos is a two-time OSU Scholar-Athlete majoring in biology."
"...is the son of John and Alice Epitropoulos, both of whom attended Ohio State ... John was a three-year Ohio State football letterman between 1978 and 1980, playing in 34 games for both coaches Woody Hayes and Earle Bruce ... an uncle, Ernie Epitropoulos, also played for the Buckeyes ... a sister, Christina, is in dental school at Ohio State."

Comment 06 Aug 2014

In my opinion, a National Championship depends on both Curtis Grant and Rod Smith making truly epic contributions... even if they are doing so as non-starters.  Their leadership is key!

Comment 06 Aug 2014

Just this past weekend I watched the Chick-fil-A Bowl on YouTube where Duke played Texas A&M. Jeremy Cash had an awesome game and I remember wishing he'd been on last year's Buckeye team.

Comment 05 Aug 2014

It wasn't explicit in the write-up, but I also thought the article implied that Jameis Winston and Johnny Manziel played as true-freshman.  Neither did; both were redshirted.

Comment 05 Aug 2014

I have always liked Steve Spurrier primarily because I'm old enough to remember him as a player.  His football accomplishments, as a Heisman winner, 10 years playing in the NFL, and 35 years as a college/NFL coach demand a great deal of respect in my opinion... except when he bashes our team/conference.