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Urbz4President

Dayton, OH

Member since 24 September 2012 | Blog

Bubblin' in the cut like peroxide.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Being present in Ohio Stadium when "The Senator," along with the rest of the 2002 Championship Team, was honored at the Game in 2011.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: The Man They Call Big Bear.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Mugsy Bogues.
  • NFL TEAM: WHO DEY
  • NHL TEAM: Probably the Blackhawks
  • NBA TEAM: #BronGang
  • MLB TEAM: Red Legs
  • SOCCER TEAM: lol whut.

Recent Activity

Comment 19 Dec 2015

Yeah, I expect them to slide. It is important to pay attention to the average rating of each of their players and how many commits they have.

Lets look at Georgia for example: Ranked at #12 in the country. However, their average player rating is 91.62 and they only have 14 commits. If they finish their class strongly with another 6-10 players of the same caliber (shouldn't be hard with Smart), they will probably be top 5. 

Same scenario goes for Clemson at #19. 13 commits with an average of 91.14

Regardless of where TTUN ends up, its safe to say that they should finish top 10 with a HELL of a class. 

I believe we will finish top 5, but we will not have the #1 team when all is said and done. We've had big-time players jump ship and we've missed on a couple others. 

Comment 08 Dec 2015

I wouldn't read too much into it. I think he's more or less speaking of more days to come where his mom's day has been made by enjoying her son's success. Call it blind optimism, but that's how I took it. Considering how tight he's been with his recruitment, I wouldn't think he would tip his hat in such a blatant manner. 

Comment 02 Dec 2015

Yeah, losing Tom Herman has been great.

Comment 30 Nov 2015

I met Larry before Urban's first Spring Game a few years back. He was very kind. I forget how our conversation actually went, but I remember him saying "I'm just a retired school teacher trying to have fun." I also interacted with The Big Nut at the National Championship celebration in January. Really, really nice guy too.

I think all of the "Super Fans" are somewhat self-indulgent and I will be the first to admit that they annoy me. Nonetheless, I haven't found anything egregiously negative in my personal interactions with them. 

Comment 29 Nov 2015

The only complaint I have about Dantonio is his willingness to pull scholarship offers from players who visit schools without his permission. Granted, I guess thats his right as nothing is promised to these kids until they sign, but its kinda shitty. It didn't work very well for Hoke at Michigan. 

Personally, if I happened to be a head coach, I would want my players to take their visits elsewhere. I'd only want people who were fully in. 

Comment 29 Nov 2015

Miami is one of the worst jobs in the Power 5. Their facilities are absolute garbage and NO ONE shows up to their games, which are played in a stadium 45 minutes off campus. Sure, they're located in very fertile recruiting territory, but Ohio State, Florida and Florida State own that area now (mostly due to their lack of facilities and shitty game-day atmosphere). 

Comment 29 Nov 2015

#HotTake:

Baylor and Notre Dame losing was HUGE. 

Oklahoma is in. They should be. The Bedlam performance was monumental. That offense is great, so is the defense. Now is when I could lament our not hiring Lincoln Reilly, but I digress. 

Whoever wins in Indianapolis is in. Part of me wants to think that MSU blowing out Iowa would be good, makes our loss look better. But I also think the commitee probably wouldn't want to see a potential rematch of the MSU v. OSU game. Nor would they want to see a potential Big Ten vs Big Ten national championship game. 

Florida losing tonight vs FLA State is huge.

If they beat Alabama, we could be in. 

If Clemson loses, we could be in. 

If Clemson AND Alabama lose, we're absolutely in. 

In short, could we be in? Yes. Teams would need to lose. Would it have helped if we were dominant all year and then lost to MSU? Yes. But other than Rutgers and Michigan, we looked like shit. 

I hate to admit it, but the Ohio State brand helps. We get televisions turned on. 

It's college football. Anything is possible.