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buckeyeradar


MEMBER SINCE   March 12, 2013

I was an usher at the Shoe from 1997 to 2009. When I retired I moved to Allen, Texas. Love the Buckeyes and follow them throughout the year. Shout out to all my friends in section 23A - 25A Radar is alive and well.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 13 years as an usher in the shoe.
    The whole 2002 season. I had to be at the games early and I met every Tuba Player that year before the game who dotted the i.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Archie Griffin
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Cowboys
  • NHL TEAM: Penquins
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians/Rangers

Recent Activity

Comment 09 Mar 2019

Can't win if you can't score.  If you don't take advantage of sinking free throws you won't win.  Look at what has transpired with or without Kaleb.  Good defense but we can't score, poor protection of the ball and bad passing and not taking advantage of free throws.  The biggest asset I've seen is hustle and not quitting.  There are plenty of things to build on but it doesn't look like this year.

Comment 06 Mar 2019

I believe it's best for the team, but they probably already know.  Everyone that hasn't committed a major crime deserves a second chance.  I just feel he let the team down and it's hard to get that trust back.

Comment 06 Mar 2019

Wesson's suspension really hurts the team.  It also hurts the fans, what ever he did is none of my business.  As a fan all I ask is that whatever he did the terms of length of the suspension should be put out to the public.  I'm confused when a suspended player is with the team.  Is he coming back to the team?

Comment 05 Mar 2019

JK is the leader at running back, no question. The man to watch is Master Teague.  He may have had only 17 carries but he was a targeted man.  Zeke showed his ability in a clean up mod against Fla. AM.  They knew he was going to run, they had eight men in the box and he still had something like 160 yards.  Teague had those same conditions.  I believe he is the real thing.

Comment 11 Jan 2019

Balderdash.  What I'm saying is the NCAA enjoys it's power over institutions and people.  If they really want to solve this problem they would come up with their answer in a speedy and timely manner.  They do it to all the colleges and universities alike.  I'm just saying we as an institution have been under the microscope recently.  Now who's the moron. I suppose I'm a moron if Franklin and hairball agree with you. 

Comment 11 Jan 2019

What I see is the NCAA that holds enormous power and Ohio State with one foot still in the dog house with former coach Smith situation.  I don't feel good with about this.  It's like watching a replay on TV and seeing the missed call but still not getting the correct call.  Remember Ohio State is the second most hated football team in the country.  But you're saying, " we still have a chance?"  

Comment 09 Dec 2018

I feel the problem that Ohio State players have starts with our own conference.  If you're not recognized in your own conference other so called media networks pick up on it.  Urban in his seven years as coach never pick up coach of the year in the Big 10, even though he was named coach of the year nationally in 2014 for his national championship.  Too much bias.  This year Haskins wasn't even considered for the Maxwell, if that doesn't show bias then we all live in a vacuum.