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awarren84 12th Warrior

from Pandora, OH

MEMBER SINCE   August 30, 2010


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Storming the field in 2006 game of the century!
  • NFL TEAM: Dallas Cowboys
  • NHL TEAM: Who cares?...but I claim the Blackhawks
  • NBA TEAM: Los Angeles Clippers
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: I'm heterosexual...don't have one!

Recent Activity

Comment 20 May 2019

25 under 25...Zeke doesn’t make the list? 3 seasons in and he has lead the NFL in rushing twice. Would have been a 3rd if he wasn’t suspended. And that’s up in the air if he should have. The 2 full seasons he was a able to play he lead the Cowboys to the playoffs. But maybe they left him off due to character issues and having been suspended...oh wait...Kareem Hunt is on the list. 

Comment 04 Mar 2018

If your thought process is correct then why not start sitting as soon as you think you have your draft position locked up. I think the thought process is all Bowl games outside the CFP are basically exhibition games. Not worth risking future career earnings on. 

Now that being said, I think I would play and I wish Ward would have. But that’s just the way I see their thought process working and it actually seems justified to me. 

Comment 19 May 2017

?, Wade, Coombs, Roby, Arnette, Williamson, Sheffield, Ward, Okudah, ?

I assume the 2 outside guys are grad assistants. That's a guess though. 

Comment 15 Jan 2017

I'm 100% serious when asking this question. People say he's good at a lot of things...other than punt one position he is good at?

Comment 12 Jan 2017

Can't agree more! 

2016 JT had...

Oline was a middle of the road

Wide Recievers were middle of the road

Runningback was middle of the road

So JT was middle of the road. 

Of course this is all by Ohio State's standard

When In 2014 & 2015 JT had...

Great Oline-(Decker and company)

Great Recievers-(Thomas, Marshall, Devin Smith, Braxton)

Great Runningback-(Zeke)

with that JT thrived. 

Comment 19 Sep 2016

I am not saying you...but I think a lot of people are confused about bad angles. You have to take and inside out route to the back hip to prevent a cut back in the open field. Which sometimes can leave you a bit susceptible to maybe getting ran by if you under estimate the opponents speed.