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Comment 14 Aug 2016

Thank you Matt.

Your 100 Teams in 100 Days blog of the last few days has put to bed any doubts I had on whether I'd rather The Game include a nationally competitive TSUN or the irrelevant teams of the Rod/Hoke years.

I really don't give a damn as long we beat them into submission every year till the end of time!  

Comment 21 Feb 2016

Thank you GB10 for the great post.

The Ohio State University, BSCE '80 & MS '82
Order of the Engineer '82

Comment 17 Feb 2016

Yep , a gluttonous skunk weasel according to Wiki:  'The wolverine (/ˈwʊlvəriːn/), Gulo gulo (Gulo is Latin for "glutton"), also referred to as the glutton, carcajou, skunk bear, or quickhatch, is the largest land-dwelling species of the family Mustelidae (weasels). '

Comment 08 Feb 2015

Collards, did you have mention Eldon Miller. You took me back in time when we were cheering ourselves hoarse at St. Johns and so hopeful about our Buckeyes with all that talent: Kelvin Ransey, Herbie Williams, Jim Smith, Kenny Page, Carter Scott, Clark Kellog, Larry Huggins, Todd Penn, Denis Hopson, Brad Sellers and the list of talent that Eldon had available goes on and on. However, Eldon was out of his league and simply couldn't coach the talent. 

Comment 08 Feb 2015
Comment 06 Feb 2015

IIRC, Weber had this notion that by going south to TOSU, he won't ever get job in Detroit, that was corrected by his phone call NSD eve.. If true, I can't believe Wilcher was not aware of his star RB entertaining such thoughts. Irrespective, what did Wilcher, who claims to have his players' best interest at heart, do to correct Weber's thinking? Evidently, nothing at all.

Comment 06 Feb 2015

I don't expect any high school coach not to try to steer his best players to the university he played at. Particularly when that high school has been the traditional pipeline for his alma mater that is now being coached by his teammate.  But, does anyone really think Wilcher would have reacted this way, and acted like a drama queen, had one of his players committed to TSUN then wrote a similar tweet after his position coach left the next day? No, Wilcher has jumped on this issue, IMHO, to 1) stem the tide of Cass Tech players going to TOSU and 2) to sway the narrative from TSUN coaches telling kids Weber's age they are not good enough to get admitted without a football scholarship and other recruiting screw-ups done by TSUN staff.