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BKshepherd


Member since 28 December 2012 | Blog

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Recent Activity

Comment 01 Jan 2018

This site is free to all who want to participate...That is what makes it great.  I'm sorry I offended you.  Ward did take the easy way out.....  I think that was wrong and hope future Buckeyes don't follow his lead.

Comment 01 Jan 2018

So because I didn't call him a pussy, you are calling me out?  I'm sure the females on this site understand the intent of my comment.  Why don't you just go to your safe place now.  Snowflake.

Comment 30 Oct 2017

I have an observation.  Urban has always raved about how he wants hungry, relentless pursuit with his "Piranhas".  He has also said that succeeding on special teams is the quickest way to early playing time.  If all of those guys are trying to focus on getting the tackle, they are not thinking about lane discipline, they are wanting more playing time.  It just seems as if they are getting all bunched up and then are not in position if the returner makes a good cut, or if he just makes one man miss.  I'm sure there is much more to it than that, but that is the perception I get when I watch them all show up at the same point on the field.

Comment 07 Sep 2017

In terms of average player ranking, the 18 class has a good chance to beat that all time record set by last years class.  Currently is sits at 95.26 as compared to last year's record setting class at 94.59.  There are still several five star prospects uncommitted that the Buckeyes have targeted and lead with.  We are in uncharted waters.  Great time to be a buckeye!

Comment 17 Apr 2017

Looks like the lead blocker, the other running back, whiffed on the block of Hilliard.  I'm not sure he saw him coming until it was too late.