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Comment 27 Feb 2019

I can remember bits and pieces of some games in the early mid-80's as my dad knew Kirk Lowerdmilk from growing up in Salem. More vivid memories aren't until later 80's with dad hosting parties for The Game but I wasn't "old enough" to stick around. My first game in Columbus was 1988 vs. LSU. 

Comment 22 Feb 2019

From 1890-1950 the program had 10 conference championships and 1 national title. Woody won 13 Big Ten's and 5 NC's, he is the father of modern Ohio State Football. Taking nothing away from Earle, Coop, Tress, or Urban, they all made their mark on the program but none of them shaped it the way Woody did. 

Comment 18 Jan 2019

Me either, I get screenshots sent here and there and read enough on here and other outlets about the perils of twitter, no thanks. 

Comment 18 Jan 2019

As we see all too often, the twitter never forgets...keep hoping it goes the way of myspace someday as most of twitter is a sewer. 

Comment 08 Jan 2019

The current format and state of the ACC sets up very nicely for Clemson, yuck. I don't care for them or Bama, sadly the San Andreas fault didn't swallow them both. Sad to see the season end but my brother text and reminded me we are 8 weeks from spring ball and competitive Buckeye hoops to keep us warm this winter. 

Comment 18 Dec 2018

Welp, had this one circled as a possible 2019 game, not a fan of Friday night. Although as others said, it now opens the rest of the weekend which Mrs. Bay will much appreciate and it would have probably been a night game anyway. 

Comment 28 Nov 2018

Indy is a great venue and weather is a major factor, field conditions should be perfect for a championship game. That said, I wouldn't mind exploring a rotation between B1G domed stadiums (Indy, Detroit, Minneapolis)

Comment 27 Nov 2018

Can't go wrong with the opportunity to make life changing money. I love what #7 has done with the record books in Columbus but if he asked my opinion it would be really tough to say come back and play for free and risk injury.