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Ohio State Ombre

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Recent Activity

Comment 11 Dec 2014

no. i will never quit making fun of them. 3 reasons, really

1) They are bad. they deserve to be made fun of.

2) They will get better eventually.

3) Michigan still sucks.

Comment 01 Dec 2014

To be fair, i do think the article is realistic. It is still a very tough conference. Is it as elite as the #narrative tells us? no. Is it still a very difficult conference where you have to bring your A game to win? Yes. But so are other conferences.

Comment 01 Dec 2014

C'mon guys, give ESecPn a little credit.



Comment 29 Nov 2014
Yeah, unfortunately the committee now has an easy way to hold us out. Hate to be a pessimist, but we are done.
Comment 26 Nov 2014

1) pumpkin pie

2) pumpkin pie

3) pumpkin pie

4) pumpkin pie

5) mashed potatoes

Comment 26 Nov 2014

because the first 20 or so games that were played was before ohio state was in big ten. i think its just a dividing line of when we joined a major conference. i dont know if that makes any difference, but i sure like to think it does haha

Comment 26 Nov 2014

No, i think that if a player is good enough to start then he would come back and would be offered the 5th year. Its still a business, and two guys who rarely played had their 4 year scholarship, got their degree paid for, and performance did not warrant a 5th year. I dont see any problem with that.

Comment 19 Nov 2014

if maryland wins, we would have a chance of making m*ch*g@n not bowl eligible, correct?

Comment 19 Nov 2014

I agree, but its also just a matter of the shifting of the college football landscape. As the season goes on, we see more and more proof of who teams actually are. Yet another reason why preseason polls do more harm than good.