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Comment 23 Nov 2014

BK, That is exactly what is so hard to understand about this situation. Is it addictive? Or is a more serious psychological problem involved here. You will have to excuse me, i have only smoked a couple of cigarettes. My drugs of choice are alcohol and coffee. Not exactly in any order.

Comment 23 Nov 2014

My favorite is the TBDBITL entering the Arena! It is the only thing that hasn't changed since I graduated. My one bit of advice to the current students, take a lot of photos because as seasons turn and years WILL roll you can remember how it looked.


Comment 23 Nov 2014

If you have been watching Travis Powell, he consistently takes bad angles to the ball carrier. He took a bad angle in the MSU game and turned Jeremy Langfords 15 yd run into a 33 yd TD. I Would suggest he had better add 10-15 yds to his aim point and run with a little more urgency. It bothers me that he has 2 years as a starter and hasn't figured this out.

The secondary is so much improved but it lacks that speedster that can run soomebody down from behind. A-la a Roby.

Comment 20 Nov 2014

FG, Thank you for saving me a lot of pecking. 2011 Buckeyes were the worst OSU team in 50+ years and Miller was a True Freshman. Not even comparable. C'mon man be fair about it.

Comment 20 Nov 2014


I Was there and coach Fickell had Kenny G and never gave him a shot. Bauserman kept throwing them so far over the receivers heads no one on the sidelines could catch them. Sorry Joe, but it is what it is. 

I know what UMB said about Kenny G. But will never know. Just like we might never know about JT if Braxton had not been hurt.

Comment 20 Nov 2014

FG 27'

Have you noticed JT takes very few big hits. Even in the pocket he seems to know when to skee-diddle. Then when he takes off he is pretty good  at getting down and avoiding a punishing hit.

Miller's mindset... He never saw a tackler he couldn't make miss and he took a lot of big hits by the second guy.

The difference between the two, IMO, Miller is taking it all the way, body be dammed. And JT is taking it far as he can and then living to fight another day.


Both are gtreat running quartebacks.

Comment 19 Nov 2014


Do you think this is the year the Big Ten breaks down and votes a Buckeye COY? Tressel never was COY. Then again a conference that voted Defensive player of the year award to a guy that had a little more than half the tackles as Shazier, who was picked 15th in the NFL draft, while The Big Ten Defensive POY was drafted in the third round. Maybe the Big Ten awards are like Trophies for everyone, worthless.

Comment 18 Nov 2014

Tmorrow, if you are correct in your analysis, QB's store that in their memory banks. So Smith may not see another deep pass unless he's wide open.