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Comment 20 Nov 2014

I like Dontre looking out for other teammates as he's going through his own setback. The love within this team will be a difference maker. 

Comment 19 Nov 2014

In years past I expected Calipari's teams to trip up because of their youth. Unfortunately this season they look like a 2-roster-headed monster with ridiculous size and athleticism and enough experience to go undefeated. yUcK.

Comment 06 Nov 2014

Liked it. Some smart little editing choices to position us as the establishment: Brutus on screen ''when the band played hail to the chief', referenced Tressel (but didn't show him) with the line "I ain't no Senator's son," and the line "born with silver spoon in hand" was tied to a Buckeye. 

Sat night they're gonna know what unfortunate really feels like!

Comment 06 Nov 2014

This is the secret of life, right? Ignore all the crap you can't control and just enjoy being in the moment. I'm not good at it either.

Comment 03 Nov 2014

I don't see this guy uprooting his young family to move across the country for a year. He's all Buckeye. 

Comment 07 Oct 2014

I'd like to think the coaches who are here today recognize the opportunity that awaits this talented team in the next few years. I know I wouldn't want to recruit or coach against us. Hope Coach Ed sticks it out and helps us bring home a championship.

Comment 01 Oct 2014

My friend's nephew is on the practice squad. He said practices are getting increasingly heated, coaches are yelling and swearing at one another. It's getting ugly.

Comment 14 Sep 2014

Glad to see Kwon do well. Considering that Curtis lost his father early in his career here, there's no telling how that experience may have impacted his development as a player. What's obvious is he is developing as a person. It's highly possible that Fickell's support and encouragement kept him going through it all. Being on the outside, we'll never truly know. Rooting for all of these guys.

Comment 09 Sep 2014

Seems like the bigger issue is that defenses have evolved in the past 10+ years. Against elite defenses, we are not able to create a numbers advantage for the offense which is what the spread is predicated upon. So should we just keep running it and struggle against every elite team? No, we have to have a component of power running to mix in which will help open things up for receivers. The term "smashmouth spread" was thrown around last year. We have Smith, Dunn, and Ball. Wouldn't our young line be a little better driving off the ball instead of dropping into coverage anyway?