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LoufromOSU 12th Warrior

New Middletown, OH (via Youngstown)

MEMBER SINCE   September 18, 2012

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Being at the 96th Rose Bowl game; Stanley Cup games in Pittsburgh (several times)
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Orlando Pace
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Michael Redd
  • NFL TEAM: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Pittsburgh Penguins
  • MLB TEAM: Pittsburgh Pirates

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Aug 2019

According to https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/ohio-state/2018.html , the Offense averaged 8.3 penalties for 75.4 yards per game; defense 5.8 for 55.8 per game.  

Comment 16 Jun 2019
I don't think I agree with that statement. MMA is still a very young sport and has had a lot of top level athletes go into it. 2 dual title holders (Cejudo and Cornier) were the top of the wrestling game. Frye, Coleman, Severn, Randleman, Romero, Mark Schultz, Hendricks, Kevin Jackson, etc. all were top wrestlers, with several having international success. Top jui jitsu practiners go into it. Top boxers normally don't because they would get mauled and the money is better at the top in their sport.
Comment 08 Jun 2019
Timely article by Ben Koo. They still aren't profitable yet despite claiming to be. https://awfulannouncing.com/athletic/the-athletic-raises-22-million-in-new-investment.html
Comment 07 Jun 2019

Without MoC they have no running game which was very evident in 2003.  Without Jenkins they have an even more limited passing game and may not have had a suitable replacement to be that clutch performer.  Without Nugent they have a mortal kicking the ball that might cost a few games. Without Gamble who knows what happens.     

Fact is that with 19 players that went to the NFL in 2003 and 2004 drafts, its extremely difficult to pick 1 guy to really be the MVP.  That squad, more than any other I can remember, was a full sum of all its parts.