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Comment 30 Jul 2015

How about "All of them"? As insane as it would have been to have seen Ginn or TP in Urban's offense, even guys like Ben Hartsock and Brian Robiskie would have been much more productive (and, therefore, entertaining). The next guy I'd add to your list, though, is Santonio Holmes, who played the WR position at a high level from day one.

Comment 14 Jun 2015

Joey Galloway could put up 600-700 yards and about 8 TDs in Urb's offense. I mean if he came out of the broadcast booth this fall and played in his suit and dress shoes.

Comment 28 May 2015

Cleveland has gone 148 consecutive seasons without a title. Meanwhile, Chicago's other major pro teams have won nine since 1964.

Comment 28 May 2015

Jokes aside, this book on the Columbus Panhandles is a great read:

Comment 02 May 2015

I don't disagree with your overall premise, but there is no reason Ohio State should resign itself for eternity as a "second tier program." None. Things change and there is upward mobility. (And downward. Ask UCLA.) To assume a kid 5, 10, 20 years from now is always going to prefer a place like Lawrence, Kansas or Lexington, Kentucky to Columbus is a short sale on what the program here can be.

Comment 22 Apr 2015

Yes! The answer to the question, "Which QB will play?" is all three of them -- only at QB -- at any possible time, depending on the situation. They've all earned it. They've all proven it. None of them needs to be groomed for the future. None of them needs to be THE guy, because each one of them is THE guy. They each bring something unique to the table. Play them all.

Also, you need to write a book about bourbon.

Comment 06 Apr 2015

The Buckeyes winning is good; not winning is bad. But there are degrees of bad. Seeing a conference team that isn't your arch rival win is less bad than seeing Duke win again. The recent memory of bombing their football team into the stone age makes it go down even easier.

Comment 19 Mar 2015

 A player with a checkered injury history suddenly turning into an iron man? How about Zydrunas Ilgauskas? He had awful problems with his feet and couldn't stay on the court the first five or so years of his career. Then suddenly he became a very durable player.

I'd love to see Oden do something like that.

Comment 18 Mar 2015

Future commenting policy: No politics, religion or Skyline... Wait, is that redundant?