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GunnerBuck


Central Ohio

MEMBER SINCE   January 05, 2016

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Recent Activity

Comment 4 hours ago

The supplement is really just a byproduct. Something I can drink to get my fill of vegetables since i don’t exactly enjoy them as a whole lol. Not so much to lose weight. 

Ive tried Keto and it’s worked for me in the past and enjoyed it for the most part. 

I will add some resistant in eventually. Just don’t have time for it at the moment. Between 60 hour work weeks, coaching my sons baseball team and family time, time is short. 

Comment 15 hours ago

It's definitely a struggle. Though the older I get the easier it has became since I kind of lost my sweet tooth. My biggest struggle is with BBQ (brisket, ribs, etc) since most rubs/seasonings have brown sugar and/or regular sugar in them. 

Comment 18 May 2019

I’d venture to say it would basically be the same. Maybe a slightly different order but basically the same. I can do that break down of teams that have been successful on Sunday night. 

Comment 16 May 2019

Even if you want to question that, it doesn’t matter. The proof is in the pudding. They’ve legitimately won 5 titles in the last 10 years which would put them at 11 if you go by that article. Not to mention the 78% winning percentage in the last 60 years. 

Comment 16 May 2019

I figured this may come up in regards to Oklahoma, so I looked into it in the last 60 years. 

Here's what I found (and also did the rest of the top 10 in the original post)

Alabama 568-159-10 (78%) 12 National Titles
Ohio State 541-152-11(78%) 5 National Titles
Oklahoma 530-180-10(74%) 4 National Titles

Oklahoma didn't win as many games, lost more games and didnt win as many national titles. The only thing they have an advantage on is conference titles with 28 vs 26. 

Comment 16 May 2019

I'm not an expert when it comes to college baseball but I think most Ohio St fans (as a whole, not nec. Ohio St Baseball fans) just simply forget about spring sports. I'd generally say the same thing about the B1G as a whole. I mean the B1G has 2 teams in the top 25. Both being outside the top 20 (Illi at 23 and Indiana at 25). 

I would love Ohio St baseball to be good/better but it's not something a lot of people covet. I went to a game last year against Indiana where the stands were filled with Indiana fans and a bunch of old guys. That's it. 

Comment 16 May 2019

I did a bit more digging as well and found that in the last 60 years, Ohio St and Alabama are by far the best teams in football and Tennessee is by a large margin the worst of the top 10. with 30+ less wins and 30+ more losses than every other top 10 team. The only team close to the same winning percentage is ND at 67% compared to Tenn 66%.

 Heres what I found. 

  1. Alabama 568-159-10 (78%)
  2. Ohio State 541-152-11(78%)
  3. Oklahoma 530-180-10(74%)
  4. Michigan 495-199-10 (71%)
  5. USC 503-199-16(71%)
  6. Notre Dame 469-222-8(67%)
  7. Texas 503-204-8(71%)
  8. Nebraska 542-183-6(74%)
  9. Penn St 521-191-3 (73%)
  10. Tenn 460-235-18 (66%)
Comment 15 May 2019

2 of which were actual health related issues with close family (both mothers I believe). I cant remember the names of the players off the top of my head though.

Comment 15 May 2019

Yes, Cooper definitely didnt help things, at all. He always found a way to loss the last 2 games of the season. 

Also we obviously give Woody a pass in his sub 500 record given the 5 national championships

Comment 14 May 2019

I had considered adding in the 2010 season as a side note but I honestly didnt want to go and research vacated wins, the reasoning why and etc for the rest of the top 10 and adding 1 but not the other 9 wouldnt be fair.