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Titus Rubles


Pittsburgh, PA (via Cleveland, Ohio)

Member since 11 March 2016 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Taking high school to first WPIAL playoffs
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

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Comment 03 Jan 2017

I like it! I saw a lot of people calling for Chip Kelly (a total longshot), but we ended up with someone with the same philosophy.  Now I wonder if we are done with staff changes or if there are more to come (i.e. what happens with Warriner).  GO BUCKS!

Comment 17 Dec 2016

I never said they were the reason we lost, just noting that I didn't think they were on top of their game.  I agree that everything you mentioned is why we lost.  But still, I thought we played pretty well considering it was against the #2 team in the country.

Comment 17 Dec 2016

I'm not normally one to complain about calls, but the refs seemed to do an especially poor job in this game.  Maybe it's because I'm a buckeye fan, but it seemed very one sided for a lot of the game.  That being said, I though the bucks played well.  Loving in particular is stepping up and showing all of the Loving haters on this site that he is a very good player.  If Kam can find his stroke from earlier in the season (he did hit a couple nice shots today) and the basketbucks can consistently match this level of play, I believe we will be top 4 in the B10.  Now, that is a very big if, as the buckeyes have been extremely inconsistent thus far.  All in all, not a terrible day for the bucks. Hope they can continue to build on this.

Comment 23 Oct 2016

Unbelievable, can't fathom how a team with this much talent can lose to freaking penn state.  Their team isn't even good, but somehow we let them come back from 21-7.  Things that came back to bite us: offensive play calling (shocker, been our achilles for the past two years), O line play, and most of all special teams.  Also doesn't help that the refs blew a blatant PI call that neutralized our final drive.  If we beat TTUN, this is still a successful season in my opinon.  Time to focus on making michigan our bitch again!!

Comment 27 Sep 2016

It's been said by many on this thread, but I just want to chime in.  This young man is a stud, a class act, any positive adjective you want to throw at him, they all would fit.  I truly hope he has a great college experience and that hopefully he can make his dream of playing in the NFL a reality.  He seems to be a hard worker, and you can already see he has a great attitude.  Wish he could've been a Buckeye, but I'll still root for him wherever he ends up.  Best of luck Danny, a true Buckeye!!

Comment 29 Mar 2016

Okay, I'll admit it.  I initially had a sense of panic when I saw Giddens and MItchell were out, with Grandstaff already gone and rumors (now confirmed) of AJ leaving as well.

That panic lasted all of 10 minutes.  Come on Buckeye fans, think rationally.  We are keeping our core and best players (Kam, KBD, Lyle, Loving, TT, Tate), adding two young bigs, and from what I'm hearing, it is likely that we add Andre Wesson as well as a really really solid PG in Markell Johnson.  Call me crazy, but I actually think that this purge of players could end up being a blessing in disguise.  If those guys don't want to be here, they are toxic to the culture.  Personally I'd rather have a motivated group of guys that love Ohio State and love their teamates.  And don't forget...THESE GUYS LISTED ABOVE ARE STILL QUITE TALENTED!!

Those who are expecting the Buckeye's BBall program to decline could have another thing coming. Go Bucks!

Comment 29 Mar 2016

Big loss.  I really liked what he said about getting better this offseason and thought he had a chance to develop into a great leader for us.

However, I don't think that this necessarily spells the end of the world for the Buckeyes.  I am excited to see Lyle, Kam, Tate, Loving, Diop, Mitchell, and (hopefully) Harris.  If we are able to get Markel or Trent Jr. then the future is bright for OSU.  All that being said, next year is crucial for the program.  Go Bucks!

Comment 23 Mar 2016

I coach high school basketball in Pittsburgh and we played against both Lamont Wade and Phil Jurkovec this season.  Lamont Wade was very underwhelming as a bball player.  I thought that based on athleticism alone he would be decent but he not only had a poor jumper, handles, etc. but he also had a very low motor.  Hopefully (and most likely) it is different for football.

As far as Jurkovec, he was a good but not great basketball player in terms of skill.  As an athlete, however, he was tremendous and I can see why he is so highly recruited.  He had a full court pass that showed off his arm strength and accuracy, and he was quite fluid given his size (6'5").  It seems like he is leaning towards going to Pitt or ND, but it would be great to see him be a Buckeye!  Can't wait for this season to start!!