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One Bad Buckeye


Columbus, Ohio

Member since 18 April 2012 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2011 Wisconsin game at Ohio Stadium. Game winning TD pass from Braxton Miller to Devin Smith.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Tedd Ginn Jr.
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 04 Oct 2015

I noticed Dontre almost committed the illegal block too.  But on the replay from the oncoming angle, you notice Dontre sort of pulls his hands back to keep from making contact. He knew what he was about to do and held back.

Comment 25 Aug 2015

The unsensored version is even better.  Awesome clip.  

Comment 25 Aug 2015

So let me get this straight...

At WR a defense could be looking at covering any combo of Clark, Brown, Smith, Marshall, McLauren, Wilson, Miller, Thomas, Gibson, Hill or Dixon (I'm sure I'm forgetting someone).  

And AT THE SAME TIME as having to worry about the above receivers, you have to worry about (Insert QB), Miller, Wilson, Elliot, Samuel, Dunn coming out of the backfield? 

My goodness.  

Comment 11 Aug 2015

Michigan is our rival and we'll always consider it "The Game", but the match up versus MSU has carried a lot more weight in recent years.  

I was in East Lansing last year to watch the Buckeyes go postal in the supposed "no fly zone", can't wait to see a similar whoopin' first hand this year in the shoe.  Really hope its under the lights.  

Go Bucks!

Comment 01 Aug 2015

"Daily, I go to my office. I've got a picture of Bo there's a picture of Bo and myself when we were at the Rose Bowl in '87," Harbaugh said. "And, yeah, so it's to have his work ethic, to run the program like he ran it, yeah, those are things to aspire to."

For the record Jim, Urban's teams would have kicked Bo's teams asses.  Might want to aim a little higher.  

Comment 06 May 2015

Guys, Im against beating a dead horse as much as the next guy, but the QB quandary we're in the midst of is a once in a lifetime type scenario, given the circumstances.  We should go ahead and enjoy over analyzing it.  

So long as the OP keeps a somewhat fresh spin on things, I for one welcome all the "QB drama/mayhem/battle" posts.  We might never have a position battle this intriguing again in our lifetimes.  

Go Bucks!