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Comment 11 Nov 2014

This is a FREE site and it is not an article it is a comment. I do not see this as a violation.  jmho

Comment 02 Oct 2014

It is kind of difficult to be "cerebral" when you have receivers that can't get open leaving you few options to check to. This year JT has many more options than Braxton ever had. Next years offense when Braxton returns will give him the opportunity to finally demonstrate the full range of his talent. Braxton's completion pct. last year was 63.5 I believe which is comparable to JT's this year and JT has many more weapons to use. I fail to understand how many people seem to forget that Braxton is a 2 time B1G player of the year even with all the problems we had with our receiving corp.  I for one believe in him.

Comment 04 Sep 2014

Some thoughts from twitter         

Brandon Castel ‏@BCastOZone  3m

RT @GerdOzone When Notre Dame drops Michigan to schedule Ohio State, you can see how serious increased importance of strength of schedule is

Ramzy Nasrallah ‏@ramzy  41m

Notre Dame announces Ohio State series during its final Michigan week, a series it shut down. Troll Level: 1,000,000 bridges.

Comment 04 Sep 2014

1984     24-0  2nd quarter

Ohio State 45, Illinois 38

Setup  --  The week before, coach Earle Bruce’s sixth Ohio State team had fallen from first place in the Big Ten standings and from No. 2 to No. 8 in the polls with a 28-23 loss at Purdue. And the Buckeyes were well on their way to falling out of favor with Ohio Stadium fans when they fell behind Illinois 24-0 in the second quarter. But instead of getting down while it was getting booed, OSU decided to get going — one running back in particular.

Stars   --  Keith Byars wore a scarlet No. 41 jersey, but it’s possible he had a large “S” on an undershirt. The junior running back was simply super for the Buckeyes, rushing for a school-record 274 yards on 39 carries and tying Pete Johnson’s school record with five touchdowns. The bit players included OSU receiver Cris Carter (seven catches, 134 yards) and Illinois quarterback Jack Trudeau (313 passing yards, four TDs).