I was impressed by the questions and really impressed by the answers. Very personal and we'll articulated.
He did alright on Celebrity Family Feud as well
Never argue with a fool, they will drag you down to their level and pummel you with experience
I think one of the biggest challenges he will face is all the talent on his own team could "dilute" his votes
the Ohio State Buckeyes, yeah they got a team for (fill in the blank.) More varsity sports than everyone
I've got 99 problems, but wishing the Buckeyes had a great QB or a great Punter ain't one of them
Free Terrell! I don't think Smith would bow to public pressure but I wish he could hear the Buckeye voices and let Pryor come home. It almost seems like there is more to the story than is public knowledge.
Each man battles on the mat on his own merits, but wrestling is a team sport.
No down vote from me, but this is hall of fame trolling. Unless you are serious, in that case "bat poop crazy" should be in the disclaimer.
I remember thinking at the beginning of the season "man I am going to miss El Guapo". Nothing against El Guapo but Zeke proved me wrong, I was very happy to be wrong!
B-Rock and his family restore a little of my faith in this human race that can be very disappointing some times. As soon as I wipe the "dust" from my eyes I will up vote every comment in this thread. Lord, give us all little of B-Rocks strength and grace.
The article about the '68 team paired with the high hopes & expectations for the Buckeyes this year has me thinking. While there are multiple similarities I am not familiar with the '68 squad beyond the press clippings. To my way of thinking the biggest possible difference is leadership. That can come from coaching but needs to be delivered from the students the most.
The majority of opinions on UFM are well documented and founded in fact. I think the difference will be Braxton Miller and other student leaders. The players showed great leadership through the adversity last year, but the challenges this year are different. Failure is never fatal and success is never final. Braxton's leadership will be incredibly important in avoiding any kind of hangover or let down. He is hungry and will lead the grind.
I'm happy he is a Buckeye, and I'm grateful for the article
I logged in to say what a great write up this was (national quality) but decided to just up vote all the other spot on comments
I am a fan of Ramzy'work
long live Ramzy, long live 11Warriors, "this is Ohio's internet"
i dont think it is a big deal. in fact I dont think you see happen very much because there is no real competative advantage.
Thanks for an awesome breakdown, GO BUCKS!
I noticed this as well, you have to love it when there is buy-in to the philosophy. The mantra is important and it's awesome that he gets it. I am also a fan of the fact that he made a mature and deliberate choice to BE a Buckeye.
I don't want to hijack this thread but i would like to announce that I am apointing myself as Remey's campaign manager. The only plank in my platform is that Remey should be on the 11W Staff. I will be calling for volunteers and organizers for this grass roots movement in the near future. Please deposit all upvotes in Remey's account and do give generously!
I vote Remy to the non-paid position of 11W Poster Union Rep
I am a 22 year vet of OIF/OEF, PROVIDE HOPE & PROVIDE PROMISE, Kosovo, and a few others, so i do believe the need is real. I am however not a computer wiz, but seems to me a banner would be doable.