JohnnyKozmo's picture


Eastern Shore, MD

MEMBER SINCE   January 11, 2014


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching Mike Doss, come up and lay the lumber on McGahee early in the 2002 NCG, looking to my Dad and saying, "Bucks came to play. Miami hasn't been hit in the mouth like that in 2 years!!!"
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Spielman, Hawk, Laurinitis
  • NFL TEAM: Lions
  • NHL TEAM: Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Sonics (Kemp, Payton, Detlef Shrempf)
  • MLB TEAM: Tigers and Griffey era Mariners

Recent Activity

Comment 15 hours ago

What I think you'll see is an offense like the 2012 version of the Buckeyes, albeit with a less explosive QB under center, but better talent at WR. They'll flash and put up some points and yards, but the bottom line is they will be running a system that 80% of their players weren't recruited for.  When they play against the upper echelon of their schedule, they'll likely be exposed.  This is when I really want to see if Gattis has control or if Jimmy steps in and takes them back to 3 TEs and a FB on 3rd and 15.  

Comment 18 May 2019

The difference is Harbaugh is viewed as the savior up there...there’s no one else for them to go get.  I don’t think HV feels that way about franklin. So whatever the # is for Harbaugh, the # is less for Franklin.  

Comment 17 May 2019

I actually think despite the losses up front, that the line takes a big step forward this year, especially the interior, where we'll finally see true OG/C playing the positions, vs. converted tackles moving inside.  Myers and Davis form a possibly great tandem that should be able to push any DL around.  We already know about Munford, and Bowen will be plugged in somewhere, whether it's a G or out at RT with the Rutgers transfer at the other G spot.  I'm expecting the run game by default to take a huge leap forward as well, between the improved run blocking, and with the threat of Fields...Dobbins could be in line for a monster season.  Wouldn't surprise me to see him with 1500+yds, with Fields and Teague each chipping in another 400-600 a piece.   

Comment 16 May 2019

 Just off the top of my head...Chubb, fournette, Gurley, Ingram, Kamara, kerryon johnson, Michel, Henry, and josh Jacobs, possibly Kenyan drake should all get starters reps from SEC. 

Zeke, Barkley, Bell, Gordon, possibly Jordan Howard and tevin Coleman and Hyde from the B1G.  

Comment 16 May 2019

I don't think it has as much to do with PSU as it has to do with the let down and playing a team they should beat.  No chance of a let down against TTUN.  Physically...yes...that could be a problem.  But Ohio State didn't get smoked against Iowa and Purdue because they were beat up...they just didn't show up to the games. 

Comment 12 May 2019

This is the 1st thing that must happen, or else any other changes will still be brought back to the differences between the conferences.  

Comment 12 May 2019

The WR workouts at the combine was one big promo for Hartline. It was noticeable the difference in route running and technique of Campbell, McLaurin and Dixon. The commentators didn’t stop gushing during the entire session. Any recruit watching or catching a replay of it would have to take a serious look at Hartline and the Buckeyes.  

Comment 12 May 2019

Euron and Jamie meet and could spell the end of euron...Maury povich might make an appearance to confirm that Jamie is the father

the leaker is revealed as to who put out the info that Dany was going to dragonstone. I think it’s Sansa, Varys or Tyrion. 

Arya kills over under at 1.5 for the episode...I’m taking the over

Comment 12 May 2019

Just increase the # of scholarships to 95 or 100 and make it a hard cap. No more going over and managing down to 85 by fall camp.  Give anyone who wants to transfer a defined window, as well as coaches to voluntarily leave.  Outside of that window nothing can change other than a coach being fired for cause.  

Comment 10 May 2019

Yea, thought the Justice League was suing Boom Herron for copyright infringement or something

Comment 07 May 2019

Not to mention, at least at the High School level, drink companies (Coke and Pepsi) will often work some lump sum payouts into a county/districts contracts to help pay for those turf fields.  Have to imagine that happens at Colleges also to some extent.