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Comment 22 Nov 2015

People said that the year we lost to Illinois in 2007 - the second to last game of the year, and we ended up going to the national championship.  There is still a lot of football to be played, and crazier things have happened.  Just focus on beating Michigan and hope the cards fall in our favor.  I'm not giving up on this team yet.

Comment 11 Sep 2015

Let's not jump the gun just yet on TTUN... I remember a team beating us last year that ended up not being very good and we ended up winning a national championship.  Key point to make - we better not underestimate them this year because it may come back to haunt us.  Our guys seem to be getting fairly hot headed based on a lot of the social media comments that they have been making (e.g., Thomas saying the *ichgan game last week was on Comedy Central).  While I do like the confidence, I prefer that our players avoid the cocky attitudes because it can make you feel like you're invincible and that's when things can go bad.  Just my take on this whole situation - I'll get off my soap box now.

Comment 09 Sep 2015

What a fart in the wind, douchbag asshole.  This whole strength of schedule / conference chest pumping is getting old and anyone who touts it looks like an inferior crybaby - especially when referring to Ohio State after what they accomplished last year.  Also, we are only one week into the season and he's already making the assumption that these rankings mean anything after week 1 (e.g., see Texas A&M last year).

Bert's average record in the B1G when he was coaching a team that is actually recognized as a prestigious football program isn't much better than what he's is currently doing in the SEC.  I guarantee if Arkansas joined the B1G East this year he would achieve the same record as he will this year in the SEC West.  

Comment 06 Sep 2015

It doesn't matter how good Ohio State is, Mark May will always pick OSU to lose the big games they play.  He's  under the delusion that if he is right at least once, then he will gain all of his credibility back.  

Comment 02 Sep 2015

Not sure I agree with your rebuttal.  Having three tickets guarantees that if all five hundred tickets are drawn - three of those tickets will be yours.  Therefore you have 3 in 500 chance to get your tickets drawn ( which reduces to approx 1 in 167 chance). 

As another example, say they decide to split the tickets up into three different pots where you have a ticket in each pot.  Regardless of which pot they draw from, you still have a 1 in 167 chance to get your name drawn.  Hence I think the original poster is right that he would have a 1 in 167 chance of winning.  I could be wrong/crazy, but it seems like simple math probability to me.

Comment 31 Aug 2015

Finally, I can read the Skull Session today!  I was starting to panic when I couldn't get my 11W fix first thing in the morning.  Do not ever make me wait until after lunch to read a Skull Session again!

Comment 29 Aug 2015

I don't think that way, and it doesn't matter what I think anyway (that's why Urban is getting paid the big bucks and I'm not!) - and I share the similar thoughts/feelings that a lot of people have posted here already.  Just pointing out that the black stripe removal process seems to be a lot slower this year.  Probably just being paranoid, but I'm not going to lie - it has me a little concerned. Likely not a big deal though.

Comment 13 Aug 2015

Rotation of chipotle, panera, jimmy johns, jersey mikes, and pdq - yes I eat out for lunch too much

Comment 01 Aug 2015

Sooo, if Urban Meyer decides to bring Braxton out at QB for only the first series of the game - do I win my money?

Comment 18 Jul 2015

Would have been so awesome to have a game come out this year knowing OSU would have had three quarterbacks with an overall rating of 99.

The question is - which QB would EA Sports you have selected to start???  

Comment 20 Jun 2015

Just because they are good in high school doesn't mean that will translate to college.  I remember watching Diebler, Thomas, and Ross their freshman years, and while they showed sparks of promise every now and then, they never really broke out.  After their freshman years, however, they really developed into key playmakers and go-to guys.  I'm sorry, but I do not agree at all with your reply, especially when you say Evan Turner was the most improved - he was already turning into a great player by the end of his freshman year (he was lighting up teams in the NIT), so technically you could say he was the "least improved" of all the players I mentioned in my original post.