ChazBuckeye's picture


MEMBER SINCE   July 25, 2013

Been a fan since I was a youngster. Born and raised in Ohio. Moved all around the state but never loved any area more than Central Ohio. Glad to be back ;-)


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship game...I've been waiting a long time to see it happen again. Trust in Urban it and he will come;-)
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Too Many to say just one...
  • MLB TEAM: Detroit or Indians if they're contending...
  • SOCCER TEAM: Really???? Def. NA

Recent Activity

Comment 05 Jan 2020
I was just about to post this picture. He loves OSU, not so much when it comes to the crazy asses. For good reasons...
Comment 02 Jan 2020
This is why I haven't watched one bowl game since the Fiesta bowl. And I won't watch the set up game on 1/13 either. The targeting call and scoop and score reversal will haunt me until OSU puts a beat down on Oregon in Eugene next year.
Comment 01 Jan 2020
I'm done watching football until OSU's spring practice game and then I'll catch the season opener. Saturday night's game has taken the fun out of watching more football this season. Until next season....
Comment 31 Dec 2019
TL:DR None of the targeting rules should have stood on Wade's hit on Lawrence. Lawrence ducked his head for crying out loud! At that point, the refs and the booth should have called it off. Since we are at it, the scoop and score reversal wasn't even close. Yet they reversed that original call. So they weren't attest to reversals, right? So why not reverse the Wade hit? Seems fishy to me...not to mention the spread was hit for Clemson all seems strange.
Comment 29 Dec 2019
Scoring touchdowns in the red zone was the ultimate difference maker.... However, you can't deny the fact the BS targeting call changed the momentum of the game (which was BS bc a QB isn't defenseless when hit by a blitzing DB on a pass play...and it wasn't even a helmet to helmet hit). Not to mention the reversal on the scoop and score fumble recovery, but that wasnt a catch after all considering he only took 3 steps with ball severely in hands, yet didn't have possession of the ball (somehow that's not a "football move"...???). I never make excuses when my team loses, but last night was tough to take. There were SO many Clemson db pass interference calls that weren't flagged (as well as olinemen holding too). It was gross...