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TossTrap


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Comment 17 Nov 2014

Dear Mr. Campbell,

I played basketball with my 14 year old boy yesterday while suffering from a hangover. He came close to beating me. Today he wants a piece of Michael Jordan.

Comment 05 Nov 2014

Buckeyes are very young on offense. I would be absolutely shocked if the O-line gives JT time to get comfortable, and that my friends is the most crucial need for his game, and for the Bucks to be successful. Narduzzi will prepare packages of pressure with disguised coverages and JT will need to be at the top of his game. IMO the best opportunity for success will be to spread the field as much as possible with Jalin, Dontre and Curtis. Use every bit of speed we have.

Sure I want the Buckeyes to win, but I wouldn't take the spread if it was at 6.

Comment 03 Nov 2014

I watched the "74" gave live, and was livid that MSU players would not get up and kept a Buckeye player under the pile so that we could run another play. The boob refs let them get away with it too. Oh, and Champ Henson steadfastly maintains that he crossed the goal line on the play that those boob refs also flubbed.

I busted the leaf of an oak dining room table that day in anger. I still have that table and it's a reminder not to get too upset over cheating players, incompetent refs and Buckeye losses.

Comment 29 Oct 2014

IMO the technique Spiels was demonstrating is just fine for those spot on passes, but in many cases arms and bodies are contorted and twisted going for the ball. It's not so easy to knock the ball out of the receiver's hands when you never see it until the last second.

Comment 29 Oct 2014

The committee needs to establish a base from which to work by watching college football and quite naturally they are getting a predisposition from ESPN/ABC as the great majority of top games are broadcast there. Even CBS has SEC ties. It's like getting your news from either Fox or MSNBC, there is a great chance your view will have bias.

I prefer the playoffs be expanded to include more teams in order to somewhat neutralize the committee's initial bent for the SEC. But let's be honest, the B1G teams need to win more games with out of conference foes too.

Comment 28 Oct 2014

I don't own any kids

Is that something like having "binders full of women"?

Comment 26 Oct 2014

Great game plan by Penn St. with two weeks to prepare. Tight coverage and blanketing the receivers, while shutting down anything wide to neutralize our speed. They understood that our young line and QB still do not have the experience to handle the intricacies and pressures from a reasonably solid defense. From the very beginning of the game it was obvious that the only way to attack the PSU defense was option running in the middle of the field with either Zeke or JT, and we indeed had some success there.

Sorry to say this, but what MSU has in store for us with a better defense is very likely not going to be pretty. The worst takeaway from the PSU game is that MSU, and anyone we face in a bowl game, was given a template for attacking our offense.

I personally can't wait for the return of Braxton and an O line with another year of experience (hopefully under Warinner). Love JT's skill set and demeanor and he will be a great backup while learning and refining.

Comment 23 Oct 2014

Lol at the not so subtle holding in the middle of the screen where an Iowa player was keeping a PSU player from getting to the ball (with the ref looking in that direction).

Comment 23 Oct 2014

488

Game seems like a balance the Buck's D-line wanting to make Larry Johnson proud against PSU having a 2 weeks to prepare and being angry about a the 2 touchdown underdog at home.

Comment 22 Oct 2014

Having coaches like Larry Johnson makes you proud to be a Buckeye fan.

Comment 22 Oct 2014

Spencer was targeted three times in the endzone . . . It's because Urban Meyer demanded it.

Message to other receivers was loud and clear, you'll get the ball more often when you are fully involved in the plays where you don't get the ball.