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Li Xiao Buckeye


Toledo, OH (via Lancaster, OH)

Member since 09 February 2014 | Blog

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Comment 28 Jan 2015

ESPN SHOWS OSU SOME LOVE.

 I'm not so sure it's "love" as much as their bottom line and our success.  

Comment 14 Jan 2015

Not worried about Hairball at all.  We beat Saban and he has a hoard of 4-5 star recruits.  Not sure Hairball is really much better, and he doesn't quite have the same talent.  Not worried at all.

Comment 14 Jan 2015

Thanks for all your great work Mike!  Maybe there's a career in recruiting after graduation?  

Comment 14 Jan 2015

Let's face it... what other MENSA coach is there that we would have been comfortable with?  I like the choice... someone close to the program that understands the system, and with what he's done with the O-line, there's proof he can coach.  Gives him an opportunity to continue to grow in coaching and gives Beck time to learn the system.  Allows for the smoothest transition to next year's Championship run.

Comment 14 Jan 2015

What's awesome about how we ended this season was that these were NOT CLOSE GAMES.  I mean, we literally shoved teams down and stomped on their throats.  Like... RANKED TEAMS.  We crushed them.  We owned those games and didn't just "squeak" out wins.  UNDISPUTED because of how we won... not necessarily that we won.  Although that helps too!

Comment 14 Jan 2015

Count me as one who thought the B1G was in a death spiral... just unimaginable to think we could ever regain our mojo considering all the momentum in the south, and even things like the weather and talent shifts in favor of SEC territory.  At the end of the day, this change can be traced back to one pivotal afternoon... when Urban Meyer was hired and changed recruiting, how B1G football was played, raised the bar and kept the conference relevant enough until other teams could get their @#$@# together.