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NuttyBuckeye


Lake Orion, Michigan (via Bellevue, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   March 20, 2014

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Comment 20 Mar 2019

A coworker of mine is from Jersey and is a BIG Giants fan.  He heard the G-men may be interested in a trade for Josh Rosen and he hopes it is BS.  He wants Haskins badly and says he fits the system.  Rosen does not and he thinks Rosen would get broken in half if he became a Giant.

I can't wait to see how this shakes out.

Comment 19 Mar 2019

I'm with you, Pastor.  I would take OSU straight up this year.

Many scum faithful up here think they finally get the monkey off their back and they will start to own Ohio State again.  I tell them that Day is no slouch and The Game will be much closer than they expect.  But yeah, go ahead and get over confident.

Comment 07 Mar 2019

In order to make any serious playoff appearance or run, the defense MUST IMPROVE - plain and simple.

I don't expect any drop-off from the offense, sure there are question marks but the talent is there.  The defense HAS the talent but for some reason was not utilized to its potential.  I firmly believe it was a scheme thing and the new coaches should have this ship righted quickly and the Silver Bullets will be alive and well this year.

Comment 07 Feb 2019

I did some research on 'Bama and their constantly high number of signees in their recruiting classes.  Below are numbers for the last 7 years.

2019 - 27

2018 - 22

2017 - 28

2016 - 25

2015 - 24

2014 - 26

2013 - 26

The average number of players per year is 25.4 and if you count four classes for the team, this comes out to 100 scholarship players on the team.  The NCAA has an 85-scholarship limit.   So how exactly is it that Bama can be within the NCAA rules with these numbers?  Does this "gray shirt" term they use keep them below the limit?  This doesn't make sense to me on the surface.

Comment 05 Feb 2019

Watching his highlight tape was freaking amazing.  And he was only a Sophomore at the time!??  Are you f--king kidding me!??  This young man is going to be a BEAST, period.  He has the will and work ethic to be one of the greatest to play at Ohio State, and I fully expect him to work as hard as anyone to reach his goals.   Look out Big Ten and College Football.  The Legend of Jack Sawyer is coming!

One question I have though is, he said he can't wait to start adding weight by being in the program.  Can he attend summer workouts at TOSU while in high school?  I wouldn't think so but maybe Coach Mick has given him some homework... ?