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Comment 15 Sep 2014

I know that it's only been three games, but if the season had ended after Saturday, what are the odds each of these players would leave for the NFL?

-Braxton Miller

-Taylor Decker

-Noah Spence

-Adolphus Washington

-Joshua Perry

Comment 11 Sep 2014

Woodchuck is my favorite, but I like all of them.

Comment 04 Sep 2014

Paul Warfield, Cris Carter, Joey Galloway, Terry Glenn, David Boston, Michael Jenkins, Santonio Holmes, Anthony Gonzalez, etc.

To limit the choices to Boston, Ginn, and Philly doesn't do the history of Ohio State receivers any justice.

Ginn was a good all around player, but as a receiver, he was (in my opinion) always the #2 receiver. Holmes and Gonzalez were both better route runners as well as pass catchers than him.

Philly only shined because he was the only decent route runner in a weak group of WR's.

Comment 28 Aug 2014

I like the pick for McLaurin if you are speaking strictly in the long run. Because, like Parris Campbell, he needs to put on some weight to be consistently effective. Therefor, I doubt he'll break out anytime this year.

My sleeper though would have to be Malik Hooker. He's a raw athlete who came in just in time to be brought up by Chris Ash. He basically arrived in the right place at the right time. He won't be more than a special teams player until his junior year though.

Comment 27 Mar 2014

Saban and Jobs are/were unpleasant in a sense and unethical in how they try/tried to achieve advantages over their opposition, but Edison took these personalities and forced them to criminal levels. Saban nor Jobs had anyone or anything killed and framed up in a manner to sabotage their opposition. Neither Saban nor Jobs hired hit men to travel across the country to beat or kill those who defied his authority. 

I know I sound whiney through these posts, but I just get irritated by the high praise of a man who forced his way into history by unethical means.

Comment 27 Mar 2014

Everyone, please stop boosting the legend of Thomas Edison. He was a tyrant who tried to monopolize everything that he filled a patent out for. And he would use mafia-like tactics to ensure that his way was the only one people could use. He didn't even really invent the lightbulb. He hired a team and filled out the patents under his name and when people, like his best man, Nikolai Tesla, tried to seek more credit, Edison would fire them and blackball them.

 

Comment 27 Mar 2014

Everyone, please stop boosting the legend of Thomas Edison. He was a tyrant who tried to monopolize everything that he filled a patent out for. And he would use mafia-like tactics to ensure that his way was the only one people could use. He didn't even really invent the lightbulb. He hired a team and filled out the patents under his name and when people, like his best man, Nikolai Tesla, tried to seek more credit, Edison would fire them and blackball them.