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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Nov 19th 2005 Smith to Gonzo with 41 seconds left in The Pig House.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: 2012 - Zach Boren; 2013 - Noah Spence
  • NFL TEAM: Chiefs
  • MLB TEAM: Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 21 Oct 2014

It's hard not to see weaknesses in the current OL because we enjoyed such an awesome OL last year.  They set the bar a bit high.  This current group of kids is getting better by the hour.  By the time we face sparty they will be awesome.  Warriner will see to that.

Comment 21 Oct 2014

Every time I see them in a broadcast I can't help but think "I hope these douchenozzles don't embarrass Buckeye Nation."

But it's always too late.

Comment 21 Oct 2014

Yes he does.

He has a four deep roster of white cowboy hats.

Comment 21 Oct 2014

Vegas doesn't 'think' about a winner or loser.  All the spread is meant to do is get an equal number of people betting on each team so the house doesn't take a bath.

If the line increases from OSU's current -11.5 it means more people are betting the Bucks.  The larger spread is intended to sway people to go the other way.  

It's not even the number of people per say... it's the number of dollars.  One rich Texas oil man could come in and blow the entire line with one bet.  It's all about the house.  They gotta make money.

Comment 20 Oct 2014

First: Braxton never had the skill around him nor the will of the OC to call an offense like we are seeing now. 

Brax certainly did have skill around him.  He had a better, more experienced OL, he had El Guapo, and he had Smith, Spencer, Philly Brown, and also Heuerman.

Comment 20 Oct 2014

What the hell difference does it make?  He's young, has matured a ton in just 6 games, and has three more seasons of eligibility remaining.

What was your point, again?  

Comment 20 Oct 2014

My dream:  Make the playoffs, beat an SEC team in the first round, and beat another SEC team in the Championship.  

What the hell.  A guy can dream.

Comment 20 Oct 2014

That's 13.1 mph the entire journey.

That's pretty much a sprint for most humans these days.