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Comment 05 Jan 2014

Thank God for this bit of sanity. It was a great year, and the Bucks should be proud.

I'm already waiting for next season.

Comment 04 Jan 2014

I hope all you experts get your resumes to Urban right away. Better yet, send them straight to Gene Smith, because he apparently needs to clean house with the entire football program. I mean, two losses in two years? What a shameful record of incompetence. Hard to believe anybody would take pride in that.

Comment 04 Jan 2014

It was a great run, Bucks, and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Best of luck to those of you who are moving on, and I look forward to watching the rest of you again next season.

Win with class, lose with class. Go Bucks! You have my respect and admiration.

Comment 04 Jan 2014

Man, how to explain all the tone-deaf people posting stuff akin to, "Damn, you're ugly, but it's not entirely your fault"?

How about this?

It was a great run, Bucks, and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Best of luck to those of you who are moving on, and I look forward to watching the rest of you again next season.

Win with class, lose with class. Go Bucks! You have my respect and admiration.

Comment 03 Jan 2014

Ohio State loses even if it wins?

Aaaaarrrrrggghhh! I am so tired of this meme, which treats the Buckeyes as perpetual victims. No respect, even when we win.

If we win (and I'm confident we will), win with class. If we lose, lose with class. That's how you earn respect.

Comment 21 Sep 2013

Here's an idea:

Let every college athlete hire an agent to negotiate a contract. The school can pay whatever it deems appropriate. That eliminates all the debate about breaking any rules.

The athlete, of course, must be enrolled as a student and take classes, with grades sufficient to stay enrolled. And the athlete must pay the same costs as any other non-scholarship student, i.e. room, board, tuition, books, medical, etc.

Good luck, though, in trying to fill out the football and basketball schedules, because most schools will drop those programs. All the lesser sports such as track and baseball will also go away.

Simple as well as equitable.