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Member since 07 October 2013 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Ohio State over Miami for the Nat'l Championship
  • NFL TEAM: Denver Broncos
  • NBA TEAM: New York Knicks
  • MLB TEAM: Detroit Tigers

Recent Activity

Comment 10 Mar 2016
This group, and any for that matter, would get destroyed by any NFL team. They would be dominated on both sides of the ball in the trenches and the receivers would have a tremendously difficult time trying to get separation from corners and safeties. The only position player that might have success is our punter.
Comment 04 Jan 2016
The whole point of these forums is to discuss these issues, amongst many others. Tweeting your opinion at the players is crossing the line, but amongst other fans what is the issue with stating your opinion. It's as if anything but praise is shunned on this website. Apple and Marshall could have certainly used another year of development, and there isn't a thing wrong with saying that.
Comment 20 Nov 2015
In regards to their run last year. Had they beaten OSU they would have had a clear path to the B1G championship game, and a win there might have gotten them in. They certainly were in the running to make the playoff, and so they were competing for the national championship. This year they are, again, competing for a national championship.
Comment 03 Nov 2015
Hopefully an Ohio State beat down. I think the D is going to have its way with the Minnesota pass attack, and I'm interested to see how we stack up against their rush attack. Offensively, I think Cardale is going to make the best of this situation.
Comment 08 Sep 2015
I thought Tyquan Lewis looked good yesterday, better than Hubbard in my opinion. I think they will be rotating, again just my opinion. Having fresh legs on that line will help us down the road.
Comment 21 Apr 2015
His stats were okay, but they don't tell the full story. He didn't really have much of an impact, and was almost a non-factor for a large part of the game. That OSU speed was too much for him.
Comment 10 Jan 2015

If I remember correctly it was sort of like a split screen type of thing. They would show the play full screen, and in between plays they would have a split screen and the coaches/analysts would discuss the development of the game, what to expect, what happened. It was actually really cool to watch. I watched that and the spider camera on WatchEspn for the entire Nat'l Championship game last year, it was really cool.