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TUNBUCK89


Tunisia (via Tunis)

Member since 20 February 2014 | Blog

OSU student from 1983 to 1989; BSME in June 86; MSME in March 89

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1985 Buckeyes win over top ranked Iowa
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Spielman
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NBA TEAM: Lakers
  • SOCCER TEAM: Barcelona

Recent Activity

Comment 03 Dec 2015

Warriner is good coach and a developper of talent especially O-line as we've seen but he needs all the help he could get in recruiting for him to be successful. If I were him, I'd look for an ace recruiter from that area to try and lock the local talent. A successful & charismatic high school coach would be my preference.

Comment 03 Dec 2015

Just read the 2nd half open thread on MGO (Yes...all 15 pages of them) and their misery made me feel great! Free entertainment for every buckeye fan!

Comment 18 Nov 2015

Can't forget the Ryan Timmons threads. Never seen so many threads for a guy who was never offered.

Comment 12 Nov 2015

trolls in heat...

Yep........trolls in heat are the worst. Especially if there are no males around !

Comment 05 Nov 2015

Regarding the Walker decommitment, I think it is the consequence of an Urban Meyer policy: " If you are an Ohio state commit and you do visit That School Up North, you better like it". I remember in one of his pressers, Urban talking about it regarding Dunn who was looking to visit TSUN. My impression is that Walker was told the same thing and it is no surprise that as soon as the Walker visit to TSUN happened, the relationship with him went sour & Ohio state went after Williams and got him. 

Comment 30 Oct 2015

If your wife prepared your lunch box and fixed you a sandwich with lots of mayo. Would eat it or throw it away ?

Comment 24 Oct 2015

a very light gray to highlight new comments

 Or a very light shade of scarlet (since the light gray is already the background)

Comment 22 Oct 2015

From the chart, it looks like the "religious factor" allows ND to still keep attracting top recruits despite the mostly average state of their facilities. For other schools, without ND's specific attraction factor, upgrading the facilities is a first step to start competing for top recruits.