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UCBuckeye 12th Warrior

Warsaw, IN (via Grove CIty, OH)

Member since 04 December 2013 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: My first Ohio State-TTUN game in 2013 and my first Ohio State-TTUN in the Shoe in 2014
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Troy Smith, Braxton Miller
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: D'Angelo Russell, Jared Sullinger, Scoonie Penn
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew SC, USMNT

Recent Activity

Comment 02 Oct 2015

The people complaining about black jerseys are probably the same people that tell you to sit down during the football games. Sorry but Ohio State doesn't care about your opinion. Don't go to the game if that's what you want to do, there are 1,000s of people waiting to take your spot. Hell, I'll even buy your ticket and I'll wear my new Buckeyes black jersey to the game! 

Here's a novel idea...support your team no matter what.

Comment 01 Oct 2015

I feel like there are more Miami fans in the UC student section than there are at Miami home games

Comment 01 Oct 2015

I tried to make it to at least one game a season, usually during the weekday games because I didn't want to miss the Buckeye games on Saturday. I enjoyed going because it was basketball on turf during the Brian Kelly/Butch Jones era (and it kinda still is) and growing up during the Tressel Ball era I wasn't used to seeing games like that live. The experience as a whole pales in comparison to a Buckeye game, but I tried to show school spirit.

Comment 30 Sep 2015

well shoot then get you all the rest for the game you need. Here I thought you were some teenager wanting a little extra shut-eye time on a Saturday morning. Enjoy the game, maybe I'll see you there (I'll be wearing scarlet lol). Go Bucks!

Comment 30 Sep 2015

My alma mater the University of Cincinnati Bearcats played Ohio State last year and I attended the game. My words were I hope Cincinnati gets annihilated. I have no regrets.

Comment 29 Sep 2015

No offense but I don't think too many people are worried about "sleeping in" too much. I'm on campus at 6am to "get lost" in Ugly Tuna for the gameday beer specials when I attend home games. It's gameday Saturday and you're only guaranteed 12 (or less) games a year. You have time to sleep when you're dead!!

Comment 29 Sep 2015

I'll be there. B Town is actually a really nice college town. Be easy on the middle of nowhere stuff. There are people on 11W that actually live in the middle of nowheresville Indiana lol

Comment 24 Sep 2015

If you can get between the 30's C Deck has some of the best seats in the house imho

Comment 24 Sep 2015

so if we aren't running the plays that we know will beat these "junk" defenses, I believe the obvious question is why? Meyer and Warinner didn't forget what plays won them a championship and haven't all of a sudden become incompetent play callers.

Comment 15 Sep 2015

I have Buckeyes and Sparty winning for sure. I have Ole Miss, Auburn, LSU, Florida, Texas A&M and Arkansas winning and probably pretty convincingly. Iowa might be able to keep it close and who knows what the Illini offense looks like against a decent D. But the rest I have as toss up games that could go either way. Georgia is Bama lite with an unproven QB and a ferocious RB but not close to the defensive front 7, so Wisconsin could make that a game if they can run the ball like they did against Auburn last year. Northwestern has a great group of DBs and the only offensive threat the Gamecocks have is Cooper, shut him down and they can't do much. Minny has a good D and if they can contain Boykin then Prescott will be a walk in the park. Just need their offense to be able to move the ball. Vandy is awful and Purdue is on the rise. And the TTUN and Indiana match-ups are both winnable. I don't think the B1G gets eight but I know they will win more than 2.

Comment 15 Sep 2015

Some obviously glaring mismatches but otherwise based on what I have seen from both conferences at the start of this season I believe the B1G would have a fighting chance to take home the initial crown. 

Comment 15 Sep 2015

I think the B1G-ACC challenge in basketball pits the two best basketball conferences (bye Big East) against each other. Therefore, I think the B1G having a challenge against the SEC conference every year would be more intriguing than the ACC. I devised a schedule based on last years results and it is as follows:

Ohio St vs Alabama (the rematch)

Michigan St vs Missouri

Wisconsin vs Georgia

Minnesota vs Mississippi St

Nebraska vs Ole Miss

Maryland vs Auburn

Iowa vs LSU

Rutgers vs Florida

Illinois vs Texas A&M

Michigan vs Tennessee

Northwestern vs South Carolina

Penn St vs Arkansas

Indiana vs Kentucky (basketball on turf?)

Purdue vs Vanderbilt (pillow fight)

Comment 09 Sep 2015

I'm thinking if it wasn't a short week and he had more practice time before game two he would be closer to playing. Since it is such a quick turnaround and there is little time to prove he is game ready, he'll have a better shot next week. I'm sure it's the same with TG as well.

Comment 09 Sep 2015

sucks not seeing Mike Weber on there. Hopefully he heals soon and we see him on there next week.

Comment 27 Aug 2015

I think this is the first position coach that Urban Meyer has replaced that wasn't an upgrade from the previous position coach. That is not a dig on Tim Beck or any of the other coach, I believe that speaks to how valuable Tom Herman was as a coach. I believe the same thing once Ed Warinner inevitably takes a head coaching job somewhere else, the coach that replaces him isn't going to be an upgrade. I believe that Ash was an upgrade from Withers because honestly Ash runs a better defensive scheme. You could argue that Larry Johnson was an upgrade from Vrabel because of his experience as a college d-line coach. Because of his recruiting prowess alone, I think Tony Alford was an upgrade from Drayton. Again, all these coaches were great coaches. That just speaks to how great Urban is and what being an apprentice in his system means. That being said, I think Tim Beck is going to be one hell of a coach and a future OC at Ohio State and a future HC somewhere else.