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steveoz49


Lake Geneva Wisconsin

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Hitting the game winning Grand Slam when I was 16 against a "top prospect".
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Current: Ryan Shazier Past: John Simon
  • NFL TEAM: 49ers
  • MLB TEAM: Twins

Recent Activity

Comment 16 Dec 2014

I can think of ($)750,000 reasons why Scott Frost should make the lateral change... plus we'd have a strong recruiter for the west coast.  Just my opinion, but I have total faith in Coach Meyer as he's the man and a proven winner.  He'll do us no wrong.

Comment 11 Dec 2014
Keep this in mind. When he stepped in last time, he kept the coaching bonus for himself. I'd have to do some research but i believe it was $100,000. I'm sure he'll keep the bonus for himself again this time. Here in Wisconsin, all the talk is how he won't trust an assistant in the bowl game.
Comment 10 Dec 2014

living in good ole Wisconsin I can tell you that the buzz around here is that Barry Alverez is too controlling and that seems to have played a major part in Gary leaving.  I wish Gary nothing but the best, he seems to be a good guy, or rather should I say that he is hard to dislike and just comes across as a nice guy.

Comment 09 Dec 2014

I'll just say go with your sources, I'm just happy to have had this fine young man on our roster... besides, we all know how ESPN can be.  Maybe it's Mark May's last attempt at foiling us.

Comment 09 Dec 2014

http://espn.go.com/college-sports/football/recruiting/player/_/id/103937/michael-bennett

This is according to ESPN.  Check it out and..

Comment 08 Dec 2014

Seems to me BUT I think our staff has done a pretty decent job recruiting as well.

Comment 08 Dec 2014

I have the real reason why we're in and TCU and Baylor are not in....

(opens envelope)

it says here.... "THE OHIO STATE IS THE BETTER TEAM"

now back to your regular scheduled programming...

Oz

Comment 08 Dec 2014

Looking back at the game, Bennett was playing out of his mind.  Bosa held the edge and even had a couple nice body slams. err, I mean tackles.  Washington and Frazier were cutting lose and for an OL that avg 330lbs tackle to tackle, our "undersized" DL schooled them.