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okiebuck


Member since 30 September 2012 | Blog

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  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jim Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: NY Football Giants
  • NHL TEAM: NY Rangers
  • NBA TEAM: OKC Thunder
  • MLB TEAM: NY Yankees
  • SOCCER TEAM: None; can't stand soccer.

Recent Activity

Comment 21 Aug 2017

I said it when he first committed to the Buckeyes (which was a bit of a shocker) that JK is something special. While many wanted that kid from Mississippi that ended up going to FSU; not me. I knew of JK and had spoken to a number of people who I trust who had see him play his junior year and in the 7 on 7 camps / tournaments. These guys said he could have played for UT when he was a HS junior; he's that good. He's smart, tough, quick and fast; can't wait too see him in the S&G; Go Bucks!

Comment 06 Jul 2017

While injuries have played a part in Sullinger's diminishing value; being out of shape, slow, having a one dimensional game and not the best attitude have played a larger role. Pains me to say this because I really thought he could have been a big time player when he left the Buckeyes.

Comment 05 Jul 2017

I'm also a Worthington Cardinal and yes, we indeed hated the Golden Bears. We beat them when I was junior, for the first time in years. As a left handed hitter I did love the UA baseball field with the short right field fence that backed up to the tennis courts; homered twice there.

Good read Ramzy.

Comment 05 Jul 2017

I believe that holds true for Double Eagle as well; the late great John H. McConnell's club.

Comment 30 Jun 2017

Separation, separation, seperation; it's past time for the WR group to step up in a big way.

Some here are quick to blame JT; however it's drilled into our QB's; even going back to Tress; INT's are a mortal sin. Therefore they typically do not force a throw when the WR is covered. So the WR's need to help the QB and run good crisp routes and accelerate out of their breaks and gain that separation so there's a window to throw too. Oh, and BTW, the slobs need to do their jobs as well. I believe this Kevin Wilson coordinated offense will be a well oiled machine in fairly short order.