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Kshed 12th Warrior

MEMBER SINCE   December 31, 2016

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Comment 21 Aug 2019

So grateful to see some rye get the respect it deserves. Rye whiskey has a much older tradition as the preferred American whiskey than bourbon does. George Washington made rye whiskey at Mount Vernon. Bourbon was my first love but rye has developed into my favorite dalliance on the side. If this was a MFK breakdown:

M: bourbon

F: rye

K: vodka

Comment 26 Jul 2019

The back 7 of the Meyer D has speed that could match Usain Bolt. Lee and Shazier as the outside linebackers seems unfair. Tressel's team would have to play man ball, something Tressel did best and try to ground things out. I am not sure Troy would be able to get away from that speed and you might have to put Pryor in to at least shed some tackles. I am bitterly disappointed that I don't have an NCAA game to make this match up happen.  

Comment 23 May 2019

As a native of Columbus and a University of Colorado graduate, I would not trade my college years there for anything. Beautiful campus, beautiful state, and beautiful coeds. 

Having said that, I would skip the football games if they conflicted with OSU games that were being shown on TV.....

Comment 26 Apr 2019

John gave me one of the greatest gifts I could have ever received. His wife, Beth, and my mother were sorority sisters in college and good friends. Their kids and my siblings were friends. John had one of the earliest camcorders on the market and used it to film his kids birthdays and other family events. My siblings were in those home movies. After my sister died from a genetic disease and my parents decided they wanted to have another child so they had me. John's home movies are the only recordings of my sister that exist and the only way that I was ever able to see my sister being a kid. I am eternally grateful for being able to see my sister be alive and not just a still image in a photograph. He was generous, humble, and extremely kind.

Comment 29 Nov 2018

I’ll never forget how mad I was in 2004 when Jeff Backes, 2000 Mr. Football in Ohio,  pride of Upper Arlington, intercepted a pass in the end zone when the Bucks were driving for the tying score with 5 minutes to go. 

What a mess that game was. 

Comment 18 Nov 2018

Who are you replacing him with that is better? Serious question

In the Tressel years, we would be lauding the fact that we were grinding out wins despite a team with considerable shortcomings. We would be thrilled with 10-1. It’s amazing how much the goal posts have moved. Nobody is Alabama. They are on the greatest run in college football history. Seems like we are measuring Meyer against them and his own past accomplishments. Too bad we can’t enjoy the most prolific passing attack in school history....

Comment 26 Sep 2018

The short passes are more effective this year because the ball gets there so much quicker. Our extremely athletic receivers get an extra half second to make a defender miss which leads to big plays while maintaining minimal risk. Cardale could launch a football but he had a wind up that took time. JT didn’t have the arm strength or quick release. Haskins has such a quick release and velocity that the plays are much more effective. The wr screen is the new QB run. The short passes also help protect an inexperienced offensive line. It won’t surprise me if his deep throw percentage is lower than any JT year at the end of this season. I’m just curious about what the NFL scouts will make of his depth of target stats. 

Comment 19 Sep 2018

I didn't read it as Urban trying to get him to the Patriots. I read it in the context of how he has handled the this whole Zach Smith fiasco. If he had concrete evidence, he would have done something about it.

Comment 19 Sep 2018

Those damn Banana Slugs have the Nick Saban of weaving instructors.  As a Colorado alum, I have been earmarking my donations to improve our facilities to attract better recruits. Somebody needs to knock them off their high horse. 

Comment 15 Sep 2018

But you got leap frogged by Baylor.... who beat you. Go pick a fight with them over 5th place that season

Comment 15 Sep 2018

It’s a message board with up votes and down votes. Enough down votes and your post disappears. Welcome to troll moderation. 

Comment 15 Aug 2018

$40 million is a drop in the bucket compared to the research hospital. That is where the university's bread is buttered. Our athletic department is very large but still pales in comparison to the overall university. 

Comment 21 Jul 2018

In the case of tort liability, courts may choose to apply punitive damages. However, they will typically only do so if the plaintiff can prove that the defendant engaged in an intentional tort and/or engaged in wanton and willful misconduct.  https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/punitive_damages 

You can never correct an egregious act that happened to someone. the best you can hope for is justice against the perpetrator. When there is willful misconduct (cover up), excess damages are awarded because the pain and suffering has value to that person's life. Absent other mechanisms to compensate value, we use money. That is how we get to having a "payday". 

Comment 20 Jul 2018

I am very grateful for all that have come forward to share their story. That takes true courage and it is deeply saddening that this took place at OSU.

Having said that, I will wait for all the mea culpa from the people that claimed that this was simply DiSaboto trying to personally make a political attack and take down the university.  Those trolls saddened me more than anything. Real people were harmed here. I hope they get their justice even though the perpetrator will never have to face the music. Time to support the real victims. 

Comment 14 Jul 2018

How much has the World Cup affected your daily commute? /s

Comment 14 Jul 2018

“Without jordan, it has zero relevance, as in none nationally.”

I must have missed the sitting congressmen from the Sandusky and Nassar stories that made those stories nationally relevant. /s