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LouBuck35

Louisville, KY (via Centerville, OH)

Member since 03 October 2011 | Blog

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Voting Record: 190 / 29

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Being in Ohio Stadium for: Chris Gamble's pick 6 of Zach Mills and Will Allen's game clincher against scUM in 2002.

    Rushing the field after The Game of the Century in 2006.

    OHSAA Division II State Basketball Champs - 2001
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie, Glenn, MoC, Doss, Gamble, Troy, Teddy
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 23 Dec 2014

What would you say is the Over/Under for upvotes this GIF has received?  400? 600? It's an automatic for me.

Comment 17 Dec 2014
Comment 08 Dec 2014

Let's also not forget that Bama has 2 beasts at RB in Yeldon and Henry.  We managed to keep Gordon in check, but Wisconsin also had zero threat to throw the ball over the top.  Selling out against the run is going to force Grant in a 1x1 situation with Cooper, which is what I think Kiffin and Co. are hoping for.  It will very interesting to see what our game plan ends up being.

Comment 03 Dec 2014
If the man has aspirations to be a head coach, especially at a place he has coached before, the money probably isn't the main motivation. I'd love if he stayed but will understand if he goes.
Comment 03 Dec 2014
I was at the game and I'm not sure how many times I said "settle down" in the first half. The crowd was really into it and the Bucks were really frazzled. Everyone was playing was playing really tight. 2nd half was a big improvement. Russell is the real deal. Long season and I think this loss will be good for the team long term.
Comment 21 Nov 2014

I always chuckle at Doug Datish having a 30 yard head start and just getting blown by.

Comment 20 Nov 2014

You guys were all over stuff about Carlos having some bad things coming out before anyone else that I remember.  In my book, you all are solid.

Comment 11 Nov 2014

No argument here.  It was more acceptable many years ago to count an AP championship or whatever voting body was involved.  Once you got to the BCS era, and now the playoff era, saying "hey we didn't make the playoff but somehow got AP champs!" and make T-shirts and count it in the history books....ehhh it looks pretty weak.  Good for you WDE.

Comment 11 Nov 2014

But in the era of the playoff, I think an AP crown would be the equivalent to a wet fart.

Comment 27 Oct 2014

This why recruiting is so important. Can NEVER be satisfied with your depth because all it takes are a few mistakes and you can end up in deep trouble.

Comment 20 Oct 2014

You always have the option to do something so egregious that you get disowned before the trip.  Problem solved.

Comment 15 Oct 2014

"Oh, Coach, good evening - you were preseason top 2 and won all of your games, here is your hot towel and please follow the red carpet to the head table.  We don't care how you got there, but you managed to win them all, so you are one of two teams to potentially be annointed the BEST TEAM IN THE COUNTRY.  Nevermind this team that may have been abruptly breaking in a redshirt freshman QB, dropped a winable game and then ripped off 10 in a row in convincing fashion all the way to a conference championship.  Let us look down our noses at them because - hahahah - they can't possible be the best team in the country now can they.  They are just a flash in the pan anyway.  No, no no, Coach, they won't get the opportunity to prove themselves in a playoff - that's just silly to even mention such a thing. Why should we let them into this club (even though they are playing at high level now, maybe an even higher level than your team), Coach? This is the room where we decide the BEST TEAM IN THE COUNTRY. Jeff Sagarin and the fine gentlemen who make the polls say you belong at the head of the table Coach - no need to prove yourself again.  Here in college football, we like our opinions and rankings alone to put the "best" 2 teams into the finals. So please - right this way - dollars and glory await."