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bucknut3011 12th Warrior

Troy, OH (via Piqua, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   September 17, 2011


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 OSU-scUM Game after Will Allen's interception sealed the game -- I was there :)
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Chris Jent / Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Seriously?

Recent Activity

Comment 04 Jan 2020

Thanks for this series!  Brings back great memories.  My first introduction to OSU was the Union during a jr. high school trip in the mid-80’s.  Left a lasting impression, as I ultimately attended.  
Took my girlfriend on many dates there in college — they had cheap movie nights.  She did end up marrying me.  
The university did a great job with the new Union.  Our son will be attending beginning this fall, and I’m sure it will be a great place for him, too.

Comment 01 Jan 2020

Saw it. And yesterday’s VT hit on the UK RB to start the 3Q.  Absolutely no consistency.

Comment 01 Jan 2020

^^^^^ x1000.  There really does need to be an investigation into this crew, at a minimum the replay booth.  Statistically, the number of calls alone falling away from the Bucks is mind-boggling...  Dobbins TD reversed, the scoop/score reversed, uncalled holds/facemasks, Wade's targeting -- I suspect southern bias.  Two games I've seen over the past two days: 1) VT against UK yesterday, hit came in from a VT DB on the UK RB (start of Q3) was reviewed with no call -- this hit was no better than Wade's; 2) today's Bama on UM in Q3 was not even reviewed although the Bama player launched his shoulder into the ball carrier's head.  Officiating is out of control without any apparent accountability.  Yes, I am pissed.  While this article hurts, I think Smith and the administration need to use some of the OSU clout to have this addressed.  

Comment 30 Dec 2019

This is the suckiest situation to find myself.  I, admittedly, remain butt-hurt over the loss to Clemson and know the Buckeyes are the better team that -- excluding some poor play calls, bad decisions, limited execution lapses, and (most significantly) officiating atrocities that externally altered the course of the game -- should be playing on January 13.  Considering the officiating was a SEC crew, I cannot get over my distrust after witnessing what appeared to be one-sided replay calls consistently against my team.  I'm not one to be a conspiracy theorist, but I am struggling with this one.

I love the Joe Burrow story (and very proud of him), but having a hard time caring for the SEC and accepting Saturday's outcome.  I will likely not watch the NC game at all.