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Comment 7 hours ago

A few years ago, OSU students adopted a profane cheer during kickoffs at Ohio Stadium, yelling “rip his f—ing head off” following the O-H-I-O cheer. The athletic department is continuously dealing with complaints from visiting fans and alumni about the student chant

So I was a freshman in 2008 when this chant started. Supposedly, a friend of mine that I met freshman year is the originator of this chant at least that is what his close friends say. It started just between them in South Stands, and slowly as the season went on more and more sections of South Stands started saying it. Over the years it has been passed down as new freshman come in and here South Stand erupt in O-H-I-O…well you know the rest. Sadly this individual passed away our junior year due to cancer. And in viewing his Facebook memorial page is when I first saw this information. I don’t really care either way what is said, but when I do hear it, like I heard it this past Saturday on Homecoming, it makes me smile and think of Ned and the fun times we shared in our short time together at OSU. 

Comment 24 Sep 2015

You are correct CWRU. The schools really have no say in what time they want their games in most cases. It's handled by the MotherShip (ESPN), BTN, etc. When I was in college at OSU I worked at the ticket office and the networks handle the time schedules. I saw recently how mad people were for a 3:30 kick time for Hawaii, that a "lower" caliber team would get a semi prime-time spot. But ABC/ESPN chose to showcase that game at that time. 

Comment 28 Aug 2015

The thing I love about Walt's poster series' is that he starts off slow and by the end of the year they are amazing. Not to say the early ones aren't terrible but each week they get better and better. Come on next Wed/Thurs! 

Comment 28 Aug 2015

For me personally I have no real issue with non-OSU Alumni being die-hard fans. I've been a huge Buckeye fan all my life (all but like 4 months) when I wanted to be a UofM fan like my cousin. I call that my Cooper Years phase. But by being an alumn of OSU gameday and begin a fan just means more to me personally now than it did when I was in high school. 

I'm not a huge fan of the "super fans" with the exception being Buckeye Man. He is the one that wears a ton of Buckeye necklaces. He actually gives back to the University every year. He gives each freshman their "first" buckeye as a student at OSU during orientation. But otherwise if they represent the school well I am okay with non-alumni being huge fans. 

Comment 26 Aug 2015

My future father-in-law has season tickets to Ohio U, with the finace being an OU Alumn we'll probably go to at least one of those games. As long as OSU football doesn't interfere. 

Comment 14 Apr 2015

I would use this site its a view my seats application that The Ohio State Athletics Department has. I sat in 19D Row 10 seats 1-2 last year for the Rutgers game. And I could only see half the field. Move down 4 seats to the North Endzone and you could see the whole field. Its a hit and miss in that section as far as seats. I would as your seller if they are obstructed view seats. IF they are then either the field/scoreboard is not able to be seen in some capacity. Just my two cents. OH and there are NO tv's in D-Deck like B-Deck has to watch the game. 

Comment 08 Apr 2015

I have a hard time believing that I would be accepted to main campus today. Ole Drake would boot me to Nerk, then after a year there he'd let me carry my banner down I-70 to Main campus. When I was accepted to tOSU in 2008 I had a gpa of 3.8+, was a honor student, and participated in several clubs/sports. The only issue was my ACT score of 21. I think at that time the average ACT score was a 27. 

Comment 04 Apr 2015

I keep wondering if he is waiting till Tuesday to decide. The basketball season in general is over. As well as it allows him to see who from the final four teams are also leaving early. I know in today world of social media most players probably talk with each other. And Agent 0 knows who from the UK team is leaving early. But I've had some thought if he's truly trying to gage how high he'd be picked pending on who from these final four teams are gonna leave. Either way I wish him the best. But this has some Dolodale feel to it by being silent. 

Comment 01 Apr 2015

The person that ask what you're doing for lunch, and or suggests that a place sounds good to go to for lunch. Once you agree that it sounds good they're like oh good well here's my order I don't feel like going and getting it, but since you think it sounds good do you mind going and getting it. EVERY time this happens and they wonder why I go in secret to other coworkers to grab lunch. 

Also forwarded voicemails. Sorry but they called you not me. I'm not doing your dirty work just because I'm the low man on the totem pole. How bout you don't leave 10min early and finish your job, OR call them the next day.

end rant 

Comment 10 Mar 2015

Legend of the Hidden Temple, Press Your Luck, Super Market Sweep, Double Dare/Family Double Dare

Comment 06 Mar 2015

I grew up in Buckeye loving household. So much so that my first and middle names are after two Buckeye greats one in Basketball and one in Golf. So all the stars aligned to be a Buckeye fan. But one year for a hot second in 2nd grade I turned my allegiance to TTUN. I think it was mostly because I was kid during the Cooper Era. My older cousin was a UM fan and I looked up to him. Santa Mom and Dad even bought me a UM shirt and sweatshirt, and grandma bought me a hat. Luckily that phase only lasted a couple months. I wanted to root for a winning team I guess. But it was two months way too long, and I now call that my "Cooper Years Phase". 

I guess the only other team I was a band wagon fan of which 90% of kids growing up in the 90's would say was a Chicago Bulls fan. And that was because of MJ. Once he retired I kind of stopped watching NBA until LBJ came to the Cavs. And since 2003 I've been a big Cavs fan even during his 4yr hiatus. 

Comment 04 Mar 2015

While in undergrad in the City Planning program we had to pick a place and make a short 1-2 min video calling for redevelopment. I chose to redevelop the old Longs Book Store. You can watch the video at this link: Unlike Campus Partners I chose to keep the building and turn it into a bowling alley. When they built the new Ohio Union "funding" was not left to bring the bowling alley back. I also wanted to develop the brick building next door into a pool hall/bar. I was early into planning school at the time this video was made, but knew something had to be done with the iconic location. Too bad that area will look completely different in a few years. No More Too's or OFratio :/