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Oldschoolbuck 12th Warrior


from Findlay, Ohio

MEMBER SINCE   February 12, 2013

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: January 12, 2015
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Jack Tatum
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Kelvin Ransey
  • NFL TEAM: Miami Dolphins
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Nov 2019

Yes, BuckeyeBulldog, BHI are a racist cult. I had the unfortunate experience of working with a couple of them in Miami, circa 1982. The Jewish friends I had thought they were all whack jobs - potentially dangerous whack jobs! 
From the language used in this screed, I would bet the farm Larry, Jr. is part of this cult. It’s very sad, actually. 

Comment 19 Nov 2019

It was actually cringe-worthy watching Lee on the Game Day set Saturday in Waco. Herbie and Desmond had to help him out several times, like when he had about 6 teams qualifying for the CFP. 
I wonder if this isn’t his last year (though I’ve had that thought for about the last 3 years!). 

Yeah, I’ll watch Fox - they are a VAST improvement over ESPN. 

Comment 16 Nov 2019

Was very sad to see that happen to Tua - never want to see any kid get hurt. But my thought was, “THAT is all on you, Nick.”

Comment 02 Oct 2019

Check out John Coltrane. You’ll enjoy if you like sax. (And who doesn’t love a little sax?)

Comment 01 Oct 2019

I have been a fan of the  Buckeyes my whole life. I watched the Super Sophs destroy TTUN, then bludgeon OJ’s Trojans to win a Natty in ‘68. Through Woody, Earle, Cooper, the Senator, and yes, even Urban, I have NEVER seen an OSU team look this dominant, skilled, talented, well coached, focused, and balanced in my memory. 

The scary thing (for the rest of the country) is: this team knows there are lots of things to keep working on to improve even more. 

Remember when Chase Young committed and LJ almost did cartwheels? Yeah, now we know why.

Comment 16 Sep 2019

Catch TMC

Well done, SP. 

This is a fun team to watch. OL starting to dominate - I think Stud gets way too much criticism (Day has shown he’s not afraid to jettison under performing coaches; if he thought Studrawa was a liability, he’d have no problem letting him go). DL - when everyone is healthy, may the good Lord have mercy on the souls of B1G QBs. The back 7 have had a metamorphosis. ST are clicking... And there’s still LOTS of room for improvement! 

Ontario losing money selling ganja?! Leave it to government to figure out how to do THAT!!

Comment 06 Sep 2019

I hate that stuff.

Yeah, my first real job after graduating from tOSU was in advertising; in Miami; in the early ‘80s. We were all taking “breaks” to snort the white powder - I saw some folks destroy their lives, got scared, and went with a cafe Cubano for a jolt of energy instead. However, we didn’t listen to the people who warned us about the STRONG psychological dependence that develops.

Comment 19 Jul 2019

Hairball dissing Urban after his retirement is a typical punk move by the little bi*ch and encapsulates everything anyone needs to know about TTUN’s “culture” - run the mouth, collect accolades (August National Championships & September Heismans), beat up on the Little Sisters of the Poor, get curb stomped by your arch rival and anyone else with a pulse, then whine about how the refs screwed you. 

Here’s Jimbaugh’s legacy: unfulfilled expectations, alienating people he worked with, excuses, creepy weirdness, no Championships. 

Maybe these “Michigan men” will learn to keep their mouths shut until they actually accomplish something!

Comment 15 Jul 2019

Hope you have the mod cavalry backing you up tonight, Hove! (I’m being halfway facetious)

In all seriousness, though, we shouldn’t tar and feather everyone who rubbed shoulders with Epstein. None of us know what Wexner (or anyone who did business with Epstein, for that matter) wondered, surmised, heard, or knew about him and his “private island”... And even if a person had no clue, how horrible would they feel knowing they helped finance it?? 

Comment 05 Jul 2019

Day, if successful (like winning a couple of National Championships in his first 5 years), could do what Nicholas Lou Saban has done at Alabama — pretty much anything he wants. IMHO, a successful college coach has it SIGNIFICANTLY better than a successful NFL coach, unless (as someone already mentioned), you’re Belichick.