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Comment 12 Feb 2020

1. Football absolutely has a cultural problem with rape & domestic violence in general. The rest of society does too but not to the same degree. "The fact they play college football just makes it more visible." Then why do we not see the same level of convictions in other sports NBA, MLB? I don't remember seeing any baseball or basketball players getting caught on video beating the shit out of women, ala Ray Rice/ Joe Mixon. With football it's a systemic problem from the ground up, you have organizations covering up and stifling investigations because they want to win games - police officers investigating the rape also moonlighting as booster security - see Jameis Winston investigation. There so much money involved that it is easy to look the other way. See, Baylor, MSU & FSU. Even with domestic violence cases, you still have men who were given "second chances" and play in the NFL. If you haven't figured that out you haven't been paying attention. 

2. Yes, there are people defending them - see bucknbred's comments below where he has attacked women in general and hid behind the veil of innocent until proven guilty (yes this is a real concern - but some people like this guy just want to use it to get them back on the field):

DARN IT! Riep looked pretty good at slot CB at the end of last year, and we lack depth at CB.

Remember guys: Innocent until proven guilty.

Comment 12 Feb 2020

College Football culture has a serious problem with rape. I hope that Day takes the aggressive route on this one and kicks them off the team. Let's not be Baylor or Michigan State.

Oh, and to anyone defending these two @sswh0les, you should be ashamed of yourselves. You sound like FSU twitter after Jameis raped that girl. 

Let's win games, but do it in a way we can proud. We have a stated Zero Tolerance policy on rape and Urban made clear that once charges are brought by the police players will be kicked off the team. Day should absolutely continue that policy. This isn't just an allegation, these are real criminal arrests with video evidence. They need to be kicked off the team, NOW!

Comment 02 Dec 2018

I have MSU over Oregon, Wisky over the Criminals and the Wildcats over the Utes. Plus our big 3, that means the BIG goes 6-3.

Comment 02 Dec 2018

You do realize BIG is with FOX right? Yes, they get money from some BIG games but it pales in comparison to what they get from the SEC network and all the major head to head conference games; including the championship game last night. They have a clear financial interest in the SEC. The fact you can't even wrap your head around that argument is telling.

Comment 02 Dec 2018

Kirk Herbstreit isn't a Buckeye, he is an employee of ESPN first and foremost. This has nothing to do with being objective, but everything to do with who pays him. #fakebuckeye

Comment 02 Dec 2018

Your argument about FOX and Leinart is a false equivalency. Oklahoma has a conference championship and is 11-1. They are a reasonable candidate to get in, whereas Georgia has 2 losses (one by 20 points) and no conference title. Also, FOX holds contracts with both the Big 12 and the Big Ten, so they want either one of those teams in. This isn't that hard to figure out dude; life must be pretty hard for you.

Comment 02 Dec 2018

Seriously dude it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that ESPN is biased towards their properties and none being more lucrative than the SEC. The over-under for your IQ is about what the Buckeyes scored yesterday.

Comment 14 Nov 2018

Seriously though, how many people would pick west virginia or washington to beat tOSU? I know the loss to purdue was bad and all, but if you had to bet the mortage, I'd wager a solid majority of college football fans would pick us in those matchups. I think we should have been one or two spots higher

Comment 05 Nov 2018

While the defense could return everyone, the offense is the exact opposite. we could lose almost every starter on offense,

Haskins, Weber, Prince, Knox, Jordan, Pridgeon, Dixon, Campbell, Mclaurin will all most likely be gone. Victor, Mack, Hill, will all be eligible as well.

Comment 16 Oct 2018

I don't like this decision at all, it's not that I disagree with him putting money and his health first, he has millions of dollars on the line and I get that.

But why not continue to rehab and if tOSU makes the playoffs which it is currently projected to do, contribute to winning a national title? Imagine if we do win the natty and he is healthy in January / February and sitting at home watching the bucks raise the national championship trophy and he misses out on that opportunity? I feel if I were in his shoes I would thoroughly regret that decision. There is no harm in postponing this decision until a later date when he was fully healthy or near healthy. It seems very premature.

On a more minor note, by having the possibility of getting Bosa back, it would have helped us in the eyes of the committee.

Comment 14 Oct 2018

I think Purdue is a trap game, right before a bye week. The team is banged up and clearly not playing their best football. Purdue is hungry and they get us at home and at night. Passing teams don't travel as well. Do not sleep on Jeff Brohm! 

Comment 08 Oct 2018

the dude is even bragging about it on twitter. Makes your comments look stupid.


Comment 08 Oct 2018

Not sure I have ever seen our Dbs play so consistantly poorly; out of position, missing reads, bad angles and excessive PI penalties.  Still missing Kerry Coombs.

Don't forget 13' man we were ranked like 89th in past defense that year, and that was with coach Coombs! Don't freak out just yet brother, we still got time to get better.

Comment 27 Aug 2018

ugh I cant believe you posted a hayden christianisn gif, I hate that guy.

Comment 27 Aug 2018

^was that suppose to be a joke? lol Its so bad its kind've funny.