They quite literally fought until the last point.
Oh my god lmao. Good catch. Typos like that are hard to catch when they're still a real team.
That's not what he's saying. He's not saying 2006 was a bad year, he's just saying that he was in 7th grade during the 2006 season and that's his earliest memory of Buckeye football. He's saying that since that was his earliest memory of Buckeye football (in 7th grade), and incoming freshmen were in 7th grade in 2011, their earliest memory of Buckeye football was the last hard season of Ohio State football until Urban's dominance. Meaning, any future class of students will only remember 2012 on.
His quote, my choice to include it. The point, as I took it, was to be hyperbolic, and to jump out at you which it certainly is and does. There's nobody who hasn't been affected by cancer — Myself and Cameron included — so I felt it was a fair to include it.
As a student, I think he's absolutely correct. It doesn't matter if all these facilities are in one area of it's impossibly far from campus. Students are used to walking, but this is completely unwalkable with no easy bus route to help matters. The Schott is borderline too far away already and is close to impossible to get to on a bus (without jay walking across lane avenue). It really is a chore to get to most non-revenue sports already, especially for students who don't own a car. I get why they're doing it, but it's sure not going to help student attendance.
I thought about including him and Brenden White, but we've never seen them return punts — even though we've heard they both did during the spring — and they weren't specifically mentioned by Kerry Coombs after spring practice like these players were (minus K.J. Hill).
I wouldn't count on it, but I wouldn't count them out either.