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Comment 15 Apr 2016

...which for Tressel meant 94 wins, a bevy of Big Ten titles and the 2002 national championship at Ohio State (the 2010 season was vacated due to sanctions, which eliminated 12 more victories).

Here's the rewrite, because the vacating stuff is a fiction dreamed up by NCAA pencil-necks:

...which for Tressel meant 106 wins, a bevy of Big Ten titles and the 2002 national championship at Ohio State.

Comment 13 Apr 2016

I like em all...Jurkovec looks very, very special, at another level...Mayden looks like the mirror image of J.T. Barrett...Tatarunas is going to draw a lot of comparisons to Mitch Trubisky, which is probably unfair because Trubisky was a one-of-a-kind player...I love Armstrong's total game, and he has a beautiful throwing motion.

Comment 26 Jan 2016

This is the truth. I was at the game. Missouri had been playing well and the crowd was really fired up. But all the Mizzou mojo in the stadium disappeared with Kat's hit. David Boston was a huge mismatch for us in that game, too.

Comment 28 Nov 2015

He's very old school when it comes to dealing with the media...kind of a bully...not a good thing...he seems to want to be Glenn Schembechler.

Comment 28 Nov 2015

I read that Rose Bowl has "sole discretion" in choosing B1G team, if league champ is in the playoff. Gotta believe the Rose Bowl committee is wetting themselves at the possibility of getting the Buckeyes this year...ESPN/ABC would want it, too.

Comment 20 Nov 2015

Woody was one of the first college coaches to put names on the back of jerseys. The names debuted with the 1968 uniforms, which were a radical change from the previous uniforms. He even put leaves on the helmet (what the heck?). He put the names on the back because he thought it would help recruiting -- make the parents happy to see the name on the jersey. You can above that we have names on back and Sparty doesn't. I would guess that photo is from 1970.

I bet the traditionalists were hopping mad about the names on the back.