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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2006 game vs Michigan and being on the field after wards
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Recent Activity

Comment 09 Nov 2014

I gave you an upvote.  But how am I better off by realizing that?  If you're that close to both of them, then no need to comment.  Otherwise, who cares?  Until they tweet me back otherwise, I say there's a chance.

Comment 06 Nov 2014

I believe the intention was a legal.  Even though Roby's helmet initially the shoulder, it then hit the helmet.  Only solution is to cut out hits above the chest.  It sucks because it takes away from the game of football.  But no human being should have their head snap back the way of the Iowa football player.  That's my only concern.  His health outweighs our enjoyment of watching that play, even though it was a legal play.  I'm wavering on my support of Roby being ejected, not wavering in my final thought of these hits have to be eliminated.

Comment 05 Nov 2014

I'll probably get downvoted to hell for this, but how is this hit not a helmet-to-helmet hit?  I watched the gif several times.  I see the our Buckeye lower himself slightly, launch himself slightly (almost both his feet come off the ground), and have the crown of his head hit the chin and face mask of the receiver.  I"m not disagreeing with the fact that its a badass hit, and he does make shoulder contact first.  But nonetheless, the helmet of our buckeye hits the helmet of the other player afterwards, and his head snaps back.  Being a sports medicine physician that used to cover high schools games frequently, these kids just can't be hit in the head like that.  We all see the Iowa player's head snap back.  Imagine if that was your son.  Every day, more and more messed up behavior is coming out of retired football players.  These hits cause brain damage.  It absolutely should be eliminated, even if it means we go overboard and miss calls.  Safety is first.  I'm sorry, but as a die hard buckeye fan that grew up in Columbus, I fully support the penalty and ejection. 

Comment 02 Nov 2014

Gave you an upvote for that crap.  But you know there will be silly serial downvoters no matter what, no use in complaining.

Comment 01 Nov 2014

American Junkie in Scottsdale can be pretty loud too.  I'd strongly recommend though to leave the nine month old at home and go there for the Michigan game.  They shut down the street for the game due to all the Buckeye fans.  Its freaking awesome.

Comment 01 Nov 2014

Simple solution.   Let us see who upvotes and downvotes the comments.  I am fair.  I don't care if someone doesn't like me because they saw I gave them a downvote.   They deserved it.  And I'll upvote the same person when the make a good comment. 

Comment 24 Oct 2014

I disagree.  We beat MSU by any score, and look good in the rest of our games, we'll have a decent chance IMO.  You're right about the "regardless of what we all think", just not for the reason explained.  We have no idea of what factors the committee will base their decision in the inaugural season of a playoff.  I think a win over a road MSU team and the steady improvement since the VT game will make it very hard to keep out the one-loss winner of a power conference.  If Nebraska does well for the rest of the season, we have a chance to put a second solid W on our resume. 

Comment 22 Oct 2014

Sweat will have a spot saved for him until he is officially enrolled at any other school.   But saving a spot for him doesn't mean we won't stop recruiting players at his position.

Comment 20 Oct 2014

I was at a WV bar in Florida during their Baylor game.  I literally had my arm grabbed and heckled by multiple people as I walked over to where a couple of my WV friends were.  I think I pissed them off more by being so confused by their hatred.  A sorry bunch.