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Dilbert


Dublin, Ohio (via Columbus, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   September 22, 2016

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Every Michigan win (especially 1975, 1998, 2002, 2014, 2016) , 2002 National Title, Sugar Bowl win over Alabama, National Title win over Oregon, Final Four run in 1999,
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Archie (First game I saw in the horseshoe, Iowa 1973), Carlos Snow, Zeke, Ted Ginn, Orlando Pace.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Dennis Hopson, Michael Redd, Herb Williams, Evan Turner.
  • NFL TEAM: None. Maybe my fantasy team.
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: None
  • SOCCER TEAM: Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 29 Dec 2019

There were many mistakes / calls that changed that impacted the game.  None of them went our way.

- Fields overthrowing Dobbins in the End Zone when he was wide open.  

- Dobbins dropping a screen pass that was at least a first down and probably a touchdown.

- Wade with a big hit on 3rd down to force a punt, only to get an unlucky (or bad call) targeting.  Clemson was cooked at that point.

- Fuller has Eitenne stop for a loss on 3rd and 2 and Eitenne shakes him and scores.  Should have forced a field goal

- JK sitting parts of the second and third quarter put our offense into a funk.  And the play calling was conservative.

- Roughing the punter.  Why even try with a 2 point lead and the potential to get the ball at mid-field. That was essentially a turnover.

- The Fuller TD/incompletion.    If it was called incomplete on the field that would be one thing.  But to overturn was BS.

- Second to last drive. JK is barely tripped by the ankle or he may have scored.

- Third and five.  Pass to Mack.  If we just get this ONE play, the game could have been iced.

- The punt hits their player in the leg and they recover.  That also could have been the clincher.

- Last Drive:  Olave breaking the route early.  Could have been a TD if the break was a split second earlier or if Olave finishes the route.

Clemson made big plays, but I can't think of one break / close call that went our way.  And we still could or should have won.

Comment 29 Nov 2019

"they will become the 10th Ohio State team to finish the regular season with an undefeated and untied record. If you are wondering, the other nine teams are 2013, 2012, 2002, 1979, 1975, 1968, 1954, 1944 and 1916."

Don't forget about 1970.  Only blemish was a loss to Stanford in the Rose Bowl. 

OSU 41, UM 17

Comment 23 Nov 2019

38 - 17

Don't need to win the turnover battle, just can't be -2 like today.