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Member since 30 September 2013 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2003 BCS championship game
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Sam Hubbard and Malik Hooker
  • NFL TEAM: Chicago Bears
  • NHL TEAM: Chicago Blackhawks
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: God intended for us to play football

Recent Activity

Comment 18 Sep 2016

Booker or Baker.....Baker or Booker? Yes please #buckeyeproblems

Comment 18 Sep 2016

Not that punting is needed often but what a weapon. Flipping the field, pinning it deep....going to enjoy it while he's here and greatly miss him when he's gone.

The Browns need his services this year

Comment 18 Sep 2016

1) Ohio State

2) Michigan State

3) Nebraska


5) Wisconsin

6) Minnesota

7) Iowa

8) Penn State

9) Indiana 

10) Maryland

11) Illinois

12) Rutgers

13) Northwestern

14) Purdue 

Comment 16 Sep 2016

Fat Ass Weenie Armed QB, JT Barrett returns to Ohio State for another year (future headline)

Comment 15 Sep 2016

We're gonna go inside, we're gonna go outside, inside and outside. We're gonna get 'em on the run boys and once we get 'em on the run we're gonna keep 'em on the run. And then we're gonna go go go go go go and we're not gonna stop til we get across that goalline. This is a team they say is... is good, well I think we're better than them. They can't lick us, so what do you say men?

But seriously.....I think we go Bill Walsh 49er's offense of the 80's and use the pass to setup the run.  I see a heavy dose of Samuel to start the game and then use Weber to pound the rock in the mid 3rd quarter on to chew the clock and win time of possession.

The defense will get a couple turnovers in spots to let the offense go full throttle attack mode. Whatever the outcome, I hope Urban doesn't ever let the foot off the gas. 

Comment 01 Oct 2015

I'm rooting for Georgia and Clemson this weekend.

I want Georgia to win because I love seeing Saban lose and think it's funny when Henry is underutilized and Lane Kiffin looks like a dope.

Clemson better win because I hate gold domers and relish when they lose - just like when scUM and any ranked SEC team loses. Plus, I like to believe that Rudy sheds a tear every time ND takes on another defeat.  

Comment 01 Oct 2015

Take off the homer hat, I think this is the first game this year that the offense starts to live up to the hype.  The running game will be fine but the passing game starts to show signs of better things to come. Dale throws for 420 and 4 TDs, EzE has 175 rushing with Thomas and Braxton each having 100 yards receiving and a TD.

IU offense will be have success in the first half, with the score 28-21 at half.  OSU makes some adjustments at half to shore up the defense with the final being 52-31 Ohio State.

Great article too

Comment 07 Sep 2015

Diamond formation.....TD

*edit: the diamond formation needs no explanation 

Comment 07 Sep 2015

I'll take a 1 point win, a win is a win. But I expect the 4th quarter to be on cruise control. I'll take the over and a 41-17 Buckeye win.

Comment 07 Sep 2015

A lot of the same as last year. Healthy dose of EzE when effective. If teams load the box against us, we stretch the field. If they lay off, we pound it with EzE and Co. Take what the defense gives us and expose the weakness. This is a talented and balanced offense that could run for 300+ or throw for 400+ depending on how the opponent schemes the defense. I don't think OSU has a weakness on offense. Inexperience at WR, but there is plenty of talent.

Comment 13 Jan 2015

Yes, I heard he had a case of butt-hurt and shattered dreams.

Comment 12 Jan 2015

52-30 Buckeyes win.

A few Oregon drives get stalled out as they approach the red zone and lead to FGs. EzE goes for 225 yards and 3 TDs, 12 gauge gets his with 270 passing and 60 rushing with 4 TDs (3 passing, 1 rushing) and 1 INT.  Devin Smith has 4 catches for 95 yards and 1 TD, Thomas gets 1 TD, Heuermann gets the final TD of the game.

And then ESPN's talking heads and other media pundits head explode.

The monster is awake, and it is the Ohio State football machine that is only going to get better and stronger in the future.