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osuguy2008


Member since 17 July 2012 | Blog

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Voting Record: 157 / 24

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1997 Rose Bowl
    2002 National Championship Game
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Scoonie Penn ( with Evan Turner a very close 2nd)
  • MLB TEAM: Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 11 hours ago

You kind of proved my point. If he doesn't have good route running skills and the other skills (aside from speed) necessary to be a good receiver then he can't add any value as a receiver as a team

Comment 26 Feb 2015

Are you judging purely on athleticism or on skill? Sure, Ted Ginn Jr is a super athlete but these once  these thoroughbreds lose that fast twitch ability then what else do they have? He's had more than 50 receptions once and in 8 years has 11 touchdown receptions. Even his kickoff and punt return numbers have declined. 

Comment 26 Feb 2015

Ted Ginn is a #4/#5 receiver on a team. He's not as elite as a returner as Devin Hester was during his career. I voted for AJ because he can still be a full time starter at linebacker for a team and play at a high level. The problem with AJ in Green Bay wasn't necessarily talent, but schematically they wanted a player in his position to do things that were not necessarily his strengths.

Comment 31 Jan 2015

I'm in my late twenties, so still relatively young, but I'll never understand the appeal of getting your arms entirely tat'd up.  I can understand having a couple (even on each arm) but to have sleeves of tattoos on your arms doesn't compute in my mind. I would think that looking at all of that ink in a mirror would become an eye sore after a while. Also, later in life if you were at a casual event and were wearing a polo, it might not be as appealing. To each his own, but all of those tattoos seem like a waste of money and time

Comment 28 Jan 2015

It might be quite an inference but when you're a high school kid and each week you're tweeting out your top 20 then chances are you have an overdeveloped ego which might mike you a malcontent when you get here and things don't go your way

Comment 28 Jan 2015

This kid seems steadfast on playing quarterback and with the glut of quarterbacks we have on the roster and the recruits we having coming in it adds even more guys vying for the spot.  Hence, I vote no

Comment 20 Jan 2015

Am I the only one who thinks OSU did a disservice to the outgoing seniors by pushing it back an extra week? By pushing it back to this Saturday instead of doing it this past Saturday guys like Devin Smith, Doran Grant, and Jeff Huerman won't be able to participate because they're either getting ready for the Senior Bowl this weekend or prepping for the combine?

Comment 16 Jan 2015

I voted for Mike Thomas. Devin Smith may have received all of the press because of his deep ball plays but Mike Thomas was our best, well rounded receiver. He can be used in the short, inter mediate, and deep passing game. He has great body control and uses his hands. Finally, he just a good, muscular frame for the pro game. If he played for any other school in any other offensive system he'd have 80 receptions/1,100 yards/10 touchdowns.

Comment 14 Jan 2015

I'll second that

Comment 13 Jan 2015

Hey TCU, I'm sorry but I can't hear your complaints about being left out of the playoffs. There's a celebration in Buckeye nation

Comment 10 Jan 2015

The NCAA probably would never ask what a money ball really is ( this is the same outfit that hardly ever does a real investigation. See Miami or UNC); none the less, he might want to consider renaming those cupcakes so some bureaucrat in the NCAA's office doesn't see the term and decide to lay down the hammer on the Bucks' 

Comment 09 Jan 2015

I love watching Devin Smith catch the long bombs, but Mike Thomas is our best, most well rounded receiver. Maybe this isn't fair because Devin Smith could be asked to simply be a deep threat, but Thomas has the body and the athleticism of a pro receiver. It's infuriating at times to watch them not get Thomas more involved in the passing game. He's clutch on the slants and can run after the catch. 

Comment 09 Jan 2015

Dear 11W- it seems every day I'm posting something under the polls to let you know that I still can't vote on the homepage. Also, it seems no one from 11W is posing a simple post to let us know you're working on it and when we can expect this problem to cease.  Thanks

Comment 08 Jan 2015

Dear 11W- I still can't vote on the site's homepage and I haven't seen any post from you guys about the problem. Thanks