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Buckeyeneer 12th Warrior


MEMBER SINCE   January 02, 2012

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship. My senior year in college!!!
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Orlando Pace
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Michael Redd
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Massive

Recent Activity

Comment 12 hours ago

I thought the would be 12, so about what I was expecting. I hope to beat them and survive the B1G East and then have Minnesota roll through the west with only a loss from Penn State.

Comment 18 Oct 2019

What I will never understand:

Shit = curse word

Poop, crap, dung, feces, excrement, etc. = not curse word

Ass = curse word

Butt, buttocks, rear end, heinie, derriere, etc. = not curse word

Comment 01 Oct 2019

Gotta agree with Iowabuck here. We were definitely not the underdog in that game. That was the year the county was trying to decide if Ohio State and Michigan needed to play each other again in the championship. The "SEC is King" line of thought really took off after that year because everyone thought the BIG was the best league and we got spanked by Florida which started the SEC's string of NCs and then Michigan only performed slightly better while getting well beaten by USC.

Comment 01 Oct 2019

Regarding Chase Young. Thank your lucky stars, my fellow Buckeyes. It is a privilege to get to watch that young man suit up in our schools colors and watch him perform his craft. He is not long for the college life and soon will be embarrassing other millionaires on Sunday. Sometimes you need to just sit back and appreciate how good some of these players are at what they do. Thank you lucky stars, and then thank them again that our offensive line only lines up against him in practice.

Comment 25 Sep 2019

Who?   List names please.   

I don't have any names. Every year there are a couple of coaches that have a great year running a lower level Power 5 or Group of 5 team and they get added to the short list for every job opening in the country. I don't know who they will be until closer to the end of the season. My point is, Michigan has the money and the brand to land whoever "the next big thing" is. Not saying that whoever they get will suddenly bring Michigan a national title, just that, coaches will listen when a blue blood comes calling with a life-changing amount of cash.