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shaggybuckeye

Dubuque, Iowa (via Upper Sandusky, Ohio)

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Comment 21 Jul 2014

I must've been hammered by the end of that Clemson game because until you mentioned it I didn't even think twice about it. Watching the video again it's pretty obvious that there was no control so no int.

Comment 17 Jul 2014

Not only next year, but in the unfortunate event that Brax has to sit due to (god forbid) injury or a jarring hit. He hasn't made it through an entire season yet without having to sit at least a few series... Early reps for the backups is hugely important with Miller's injury track record.

Comment 14 Jul 2014

Paintball and Ohio State football, 2 of my favorite things in one article.  DJ, if you want to try out paintball go on a Saturday to a field. That's when most of the rentals\newer guys play. Sundays the more serious/tourney players tend to hit the fields.
 

Comment 10 Jul 2014

Left over pizza? What is that?

Anyone remember Pizza Chef in Marion with their gi-freakin-gantic pizzas that were like the size of the table top? Ok maybe it just seemed huge cause I was like 8 the last time i had one before they closed.

Comment 25 Jun 2014

The rotation also allows different style of attack. A swim move, dip and rip, bull rush, etc... from one player varies greatly than that of another. Rotating can make the offensive line have to deal with these variations and can cause more errors with their footwork, handwork, and blocking assignments.

With the horses in our stable the drop off from 1st string to second string is very little and as Unky mentioned rotating allows us to get those 2nd stringers meaningful game time which should keep the line maturing season after season even with player turnover.

Comment 16 Jun 2014

Watch, or you're a communist!

I guess that I wish I was a communist? I can't get interested in soccer. I can appreciate the athleticism it takes and the endurance. I get more enjoyment out of watching paint dry, but because my oldest son(7) loves soccer we'll be watching...

Comment 13 Jun 2014

I'm convinced with the way Hyde ran that game and in other games when they actually relied on him(Northwestern anyone?) that he could have gained those 2 yards if he were the only offensive player on the field...  In no way do I think that call was a good one. Was the play there for a first down? Sure if Huerman blocks on either 3rd of 4th down instead of the ole' he gave, but Given our o-line dominating the LOS and Hyde getting stronger as the games go on,how in the hell do you not give him a chance on 3rd OR 4th?

edit-> Great analysis though and I appreciate you laying out what the coaches might have been thinking that lead them to the decision they made.

Comment 11 Jun 2014

I must go with Khaleesi, but if given the choice Ygritte or Sansa would be my top 2.

Comment 05 Jun 2014

To be fair, Tebow won a lot of the games he started in the NFL but he wasn't given much of an opportunity. Not that he was going to be a Peyton Manning or anything, but he wasn't Weeden bad...

Comment 23 May 2014

While true Tyson was a brawler, he only needed to land 1 clean punch and the fight would be over. That right upper was a bonafide killer! Thus why I would never bet a Tyson fight regardless of who he was against.

Comment 18 Apr 2014

I thought that was the rule. You can only be a fan of UT if you live in Knoxville, otherwise you are a fan of the SEC. Did I get that wrong?