Montana silver bullet's picture

Montana silver bullet 12th Warrior


Clyde Park, Montana (via West Portsmouth, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   February 09, 2014

Born and raised hardcore Buckeye fan with an autographed picture of Woody Hayes on the fire place mantel, moved to Montana in '88. Wife graduated from Penn State. House divided one day a year! We put our T.V. up in August and take it down after the Superbowl, just use it for football, ESPECIALLY college ball! GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2015 NCG
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Chris Speilman

Recent Activity

Comment 22 Aug 2019

I don’t think David has been paying attention. This is the deepest we’ve been on the Oline in years and years. A bonus is that Bowen can play guard and Jackson can play center on top of Harry Miller surprising with his advanced development. Alibi and Petite-Frere both as backups too.

Comment 18 Aug 2019

Indeed Rocket Man-

It is an improved division and I believe we’ll see the west have a few more victories over east teams. Iowa especially has some good experience and talent mixed in.  I’m leaning towards another COY award for Ferentz and it would be a pleasure to whip dat ass in Indy!

Comment 17 Aug 2019

Minnesota, Wisconsin and Purdue will be competitive. Iowa, Northwestern and Nebraska are  probably a bit more likely to get to Indy.  Wiscy breaks in a new QB and doesn’t have anyone to rush the QB on defense. If Northwestern can find a few receivers for the 5 star they could be downright formidable 

Comment 27 Jul 2019

Fact of life that there is a significant percentage of the population that bitch, snivel and whine. If Trey does what is asked of him by the staff he’ll be in the class. If not he won’t. Nothing anybody says or feels on this forum will affect his recruitment, I’ve watched his tape and he does not move like his feet are in concrete. He moves pretty good for a man that size. No one on this board can relate to those physics.

Comment 05 Jul 2019

I happily down vote anyone who shits on a current player or recruit.  These dweebs probably have never even played high school football, let alone college level.  If they had they would have more patience and understanding when it comes to the recruiting world and the difficulties involved for both the kids and college coaching staffs.