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MEMBER SINCE   September 14, 2015


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching The game in 06 while stationed in japan and it was the wee hours of the morning. Everytime the bucks scored you could hear all the buckeye fans scream through the otherwise dead silent barracks.
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Recent Activity

Comment 23 hours ago

Yeah def wouldnt want any young qb taught how to win as many games as JT won or be as poised under pressure. There are so many examples of qb coaches who were far more elite as players than jt was.

Comment 07 Jul 2019

“Street cred” give me a break. I’ve been around here long enough to know that every comment he makes is a put down of either a current or former player, a coach, the team, osu fans, or some how defending opponents including tun. You’re either his second account or not paying attention.

Comment 07 Jul 2019

I agree with the mentality of winning with highly rated recruits. Its worked great for teams like usc, florida, and bama. How clemson does it is impressive too. They land a few five stars who always seem to deliver on the hype and also develop 3 star guys like msu does. Until the current cycle, clemson was not recruiting at an elite level. They went 15-0 last year with two classes that werent top ten and without oversigning.

Comment 20 Jun 2019

I thought most people following that story knew that. Maybe he didn’t push for him to be fired as much. It’s common knowledge that he was the one pushing for punishment even against the board majority, however.

Comment 18 Jun 2019

I totally understand what you’re saying. I think frost will bring nebraska back to its glory days of the 90’s but it’s going to take time. Some people don’t like star gazers but the proof is in the pudding. The teams that recruit the best year in and year out are winning national championships. OSU has dominated the B1G in recruiting for a long time and it shows in the standings. Development is huge and very important whether recruiting 4’s and 5’s or getting 3’s. However, Frost has to upgrade the talent he’s working with before nebraska can consistently swing with the big boys. Im sure until then, the huskers will get an upset here and there but I don’t see them being a juggernaut until 21’ or beyond. They’re certainly a team to take seriously right now, though.

Comment 18 Jun 2019

The OSU offense schemes pretty well too. Nebraska doesn't have even remotely the same type of players on either side of the ball as OSU. They could be a very tough test and I’m not saying they couldn’t upset the buckeyes because I am a frost believer. I’m just not ready to anoint a 4-8 team bama/ clemson status where people believe a team like osu has to play perfect to beat them.

Comment 28 May 2019

I find the whole “bama was weak that year” narrative funny. They were elite... until they lost. Then all of the sudden they weren’t that great. I’ll always remember jesse palmer saying bama was lucky to draw osu during the selection show. Everybody had bama winning that game and it was comical how quickly the narrative changed

Comment 24 May 2019

“Revenue is king, not winning championships” this is the realization that I came to last season with Delaney. I like what he’s done with the conference generally speaking but I don’t think he cares about national championships. If they happen, great. But ultimately it comes down to the bottom line. He has taken it on the chin gracefully the last two seasons and this is a business where the nice guy always finishes last. Even if he believed osu should not be in the playoff, at least put up some sort of fight. As long as the B1G is revenue king there is no initiative to do anything better.

Comment 17 May 2019

JT = jim tressel

For what its worth, JT Barret beat msu 14’, ND 15’, oklahoma 16’, wisconsin 16’, nebraska 16’, michigan 16’, psu 17’, wisconsin 17’, and usc 17’ when they were all ranked in the top ten. Yeah, he lost to msu, psu, clemson, and oklahoma. I think its still a pretty good record against the best teams osu faced during his career.