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Buckeyeball043

Harrisburg, PA (via New Cumberland, PA)

Member since 12 June 2014 | Blog

Former OSU Student Athlete
Currently Working/Residing in Harrisburg, PA

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  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Ted Ginn Jr.
  • NFL TEAM: Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Colorado Avalanche, Cbus Blue Jackets
  • MLB TEAM: Atlanta Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates

Recent Activity

Comment 03 Jan 2018

Sure, Barrett could have thrown a more accurate ball at times...

This was addressed.  And based on the actual efficiency statistics those errant passes were not all that consistent.

That being said, I remember groaning at several of those to which you are referring.  But i remember quite a few more doinking off hands and facemasks of #zone6.

Comment 29 Dec 2017

Hate him because precedent tells me he isn't the guy. Or maybe he's the guy. I don't know, we'll see.  

spoken like a true Browns fan.

Comment 15 Dec 2017

The RO10 is within one block of academic campus, near other such destinations as CVS, Adriaticos A soulless office skyrise, and the Marketplace

Comment 04 Dec 2017

This is exactly what my thoughts were - they left it open for OSU to show them that the team had improved and corrected major flaws.  Everyone knows OSU is one of the very best teams in the nation when they perform to talent level, but the inconsistency all year long (and again against Wisconsin) left huge question marks on the committee's mind.

Comment 04 Dec 2017

If the focused, pissed off Buckeye team shows up, we win big. 

If the team that digs holes for itself through lackluster linebacker play, lazy route running, and stale play calling shows up, we lose big. 

I feel this way about every big game with this team, which makes it so frustrating - they could dominate any good/great opponent, or get destroyed by 31 against a mediocre one.

But as frustrated as I am this should be a very good game!

Comment 04 Oct 2017

Excellent Ramzy, as usual.

So far in my young bourbon career George T. Stagg (2012) is easily #1 on my list. Delicous gasoline, indeed.