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Comment 12 Feb 2016

Heard about this last night. RIP "The Monster".. Also, for those not aware, he was also a very proud Buckeye.  Here's a quote from the Sandusky Register:


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“When I think of Ohio State, I think of the greatest university in the world,” Randleman said. “I met and am friends with some of the greatest people I've ever known while I was there. A black kid from Sandusky, Ohio, you just don't think you will get the opportunity to represent the school that in Ohio, is the only thing that walks.”

Comment 10 Feb 2016

That took STONES to call Southwest at that moment.

Side note: thanks Ramzy for reminding me that for the first 10 years of my impressionable youth as a Buckeyes fan, my biggest "win" was a tie against TTUN.

Thankfully, the world works in mysterious ways and allowed me to enjoy the '02 Championship as a Senior at OSU

Comment 27 Jan 2016

I've never heard of or seen that video before.  Really touching.  Makes me miss this team that much more already, I just need to keep telling myself Urban is recruiting for this type of culture and that there will be many young men like this to follow..  

Wait, who started cutting the onions in here??????

Comment 18 Jan 2016

I'll be the first to say, I had my doubts about the "buddy-buddy" hire in Zach Smith.  To me it reeked of Urban doing nothing but paying back Earle Bruce for the opportunity he gave him.  I will gladly say (and have thought this for a long time but never disclosed it) that I wholeheartedly apologize for thinking that.  Smith has been absolutely KILLING IT down in S Florida the last few years

Comment 14 Jan 2016

Getting Kobe could make us a top 5 program next year, similar to what DeAngelo could have done with the Buckeyes if he had a little bit more help.  This nucleus is shaping up very nicely for the next couple of years with guys that have good upside, but aren't quite of the one and done variety.

A Simmons/Lyle backcourt could be really fun to watch next year