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Central Ohio (via University Heights, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   April 05, 2013


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Comment 07 Dec 2019
I thought I have read that OSU likes Styles at DB more than WR. OSU has a lot of elite WR recruits verbally committed.
Comment 03 Dec 2019
It was my first trip to Michigan Stadium. I would say honestly about 20%, which doesn't sound like much but is very significant, one out of every 5 people. Watching the replay I was amazed how loud the OSU contingent was. DEFINITELY a higher percentage of OSU fans than the amount of UM fans I have seen at The Game in Columbus. Obviously the percentage of OSU fans rose as the game wore one. A decent amount of Michigan fans left at halftime, and by the 4th quarter it felt more like 1/3rd Buckeye fans. Definitely felt comfortable in AA, and I will say the UM fans were respectful. Met a very nice Michigan alum, 67 year old guy who I walked with over a mile from where I parked all the way to Michigan Stadium.
Comment 28 Nov 2019
Not with the schedule OSU played and the fact Bama defeated a top 5 Georgia squad for the SEC title while OSU defeated an average Nebraska squad for the 2nd time in the B1G title game. IMO Bama stays ahead of OSU but agree to disagree.
Comment 28 Nov 2019
Ohio State would not have played ND in the title game even if there was no postseason ban. Fans assume it would be the case but if you look at the polls from that year and how it played out it is very unlikely OSU would have been voted ahead of Bama.
Comment 26 Nov 2019
I can't do energy drinks, they make me super jittery and my jaw clenches like I am on drugs LOL. I only drink a couple of cups of coffee a year and try to limit my iced tea intake, especially late in the day. I also drink caffeine free sodas. I would probably have a heart attack if I drank a whole Monster or Red Bull.
Comment 14 Nov 2019
Pretty interesting article. To me, a perfect example of this is Texas. Not to knock LSU, but they got a lot of respect for that early season 45-38 victory. Granted, it was in Austin, but Texas' body of work isn't overly impressive. They are 6-3 with a trio to Baylor in a few weeks and several close Big 12 games. But the matchup was hyped and primetime matchups leave an impression in people's minds.
Comment 13 Nov 2019
I was a student in the mid to late 90s. It was like $6 or $12 a ticket for students my freshman year, I can't exactly recall, but you could get a student season ticket package for well under $100 in 1994. Last I heard it was $34 a ticket for students currently.
Comment 12 Nov 2019
It doesn't matter if people watch it if they have a cable bill. I don't watch Lifetime or Bravo, but they still get a portion of my cable bill....or did before I cut the cord.
Comment 01 Nov 2019
Exactly. I would put it at 50%, but if you don't think every P5 team, especially power programs like OSU, Bama, Clemson, Michigan, etc. don't have multiple PED users on the roster you are incredibly naive. It is very hard for the NCAA, MLB, NFL, etc to catch or stop athletes from micro dosing with PEDs, and honestly the really don't want to catch the cheaters. The schools definitely don't want to catch the cheaters. If anything, in house testing would be a great way of helping one of your student athletes know his levels so he or she could pass NCAA tests .