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OSU725


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Comment 28 Apr 2015

Kind of remember the same thing being said about LaVonte David a few years ago, too small to play LB at the next level. Some guys are just football players, and Lee is one of those guys.

Comment 25 Apr 2015

College football all the way. I love the passion, tradition, and pageantry of college football. While I do enjoy the NFL team that I root for I could care less about watching two random NFL teams play. But even if the Buckeyes are not playing I love watching the Saturday night primetime games. That is what really separates the two for me.

Plus once a Buckeye always a Buckeye (same goes for any other college team). 

Comment 20 Apr 2015

Under the assumption he ends up on a team with a QB that can push the ball down the field I agree with you. I doubt he is very successful if he ends up with a QB like Geno Smith or Alex Smith. To me he has the ability to be a great player at the next level but he needs to land with the right team.

Comment 08 Apr 2015

I have trouble believing that Ohio State would want to push a 4 star kid off the team before he even stepped on the field. That being said I truly don't like hearing stuff like this. What would be the harm in allowing him to continue to rehab, stay with the team, and take a redshirt???

Comment 04 Apr 2015

I was rooting against Kentucky, I really didn't care who beat them. The icing on the cake was the fact that they got beat by a bunch of kids that didn't even get a look from Kentucky.

Comment 04 Apr 2015

Bunch of five star NBA PROSPECTS < TEAM of no stars from the Midwest

Comment 03 Apr 2015

I think Texas has done pretty good with talent, they have normally gotten some NBA talent (Durant, T. Thompson, Avery Bradley, Aldridge, DJ Augustin, Gibson, and I think they have a likely lottery pick this year). It really has come down to coaching and player development and I would think that Smart could fix that.

Comment 02 Apr 2015

As someone that has lived in Dayton my whole life that loves beaches and the mountains I say go for it. Obviously I don't have much info on your personal situation but if the job market down there allows for it is much easier to make a decision like that before you have a family. I have a daughter and my family lives near me. While I have interest in living elsewhere it really seems selfish to me personally to pull my daughter out of school and move her away from her friends, grandparents and cousins so we can live somewhere that I would prefer.

Just make sure that you can find a job first.

Comment 02 Apr 2015

I guess, but you can also look at it the other way. Not hard to rise above your coworkers. During my annual reviews when they ask about how I compare to my coworkers I can always say that I don't poop in trashcans.

Comment 02 Apr 2015

Pooping in trash cans, I know right. The cleaning lady has on two separate occasions found a bathroom trash can with poop in it. Before anyone asks I work in a lab in a hospital and the majority of my coworkers are women.

I have heard of the upperdecker before but never anyone just pooping in a trashcan that is in the bathroom.

Comment 02 Apr 2015

My only real irritation are the guys that drive what seems like 30 miles above the speed limit often weaving in and out of traffic. Especially at night, look out your rear-view mirror and no one is there, no more than 20 seconds later one buzzes bye you.

Comment 30 Mar 2015

Why should a teenager's decision be ironclad but a coach can sit in a kid's living room, promise them the world and leave for greener pastures a year later?? If they want to crack down on the little mobility an athlete has, crack down on the coach movement and make them honor their contracts or have to sit out a year.

I have no problem allowing an athlete to transfer, in fact I think it is often a good thing. The kid gets to move to a situation that better suits them. Yes, they have to sit out a year but can still be part of the team in practice.