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OSUbonobo23


from Cleveland, OH

Member since 31 December 2011 | Blog

tOSU graduate. Buckeye Ultra!! Ohio Born, Buckeye Raised!!

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 Undefeated Season for The Ohio State Buckeyes
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Michael Jordan
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew, Chelsea FC, FC Barcelona, AC Milan

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Jul 2017

I love tOSU but I don't agree with them either. I live in Oregon right now, and unlike OKST, everyone here calls Oregon State OSU. Let them share it. It wasn't an idea tOSU created with the intention of this amazing branding scheme and then the other 2 copied them. People can ride the bandwagon all the want, but these schools started as education institutions and all this money crap is getting ridiculous for Ohio State. Every other week I see something where tOSU is trying to get more money and squeeze more dollars out of students, fans, etc., and none of it seems to be helping the students. Because if it's all about the students, then tuition should stop going up. I love our football team more than most and follow our sports, but I loved my education more at the University and am getting tired of all the monetary decisions focused only on our sports & administration, and students never seem to benefit.

We already own osu.edu. Haven't we won already?

Comment 09 Mar 2017

I was going nuts at my place. As a Barca fan, I was on the fence that we could really get 4 without getting scored on, and sure enough we did. Before Neymar scored that free kick I had given up on 3 goals in the last few minutes plus injury time. Once we scored the 2nd penalty I knew they only needed one good look. Freaking amazing. 

RIP PSG

Comment 21 Nov 2016

I don't know if he will come back, but he should. He seemed more accurate his first year playing and then at the end of last year. Maybe that was because of the receivers here, but he has missed a lot of throws, especially deep throws, and he still stares down receivers too much. I think he could help his draft stock by coming back, developing his game in those areas. If he goes pro, he won't start his first year, so he's going to be riding the pine and having to develop his game with his limited practice snaps. Might as well stay here and take 95% of all snaps and see how he does with a more experienced WR corp. I thought he was going to leave before he beginning of the season, but after the way he has played, I think he should stay and see if he can improve in those areas.

Comment 14 Nov 2016

I fractured mine earlier this year and had to get a plate. No way was I playing anything in 3-4 weeks. My nerves were pretty shot afterwards and the ligaments took a while to heal (still not 100% but I can play things & do a few pullups). Maybe with a world class surgeon he'll heal sooner, but the bone takes a number of weeks before it's close to 100% even with the plate, and then you have the issue with the surgery itself. Of course if he doesn't need surgery he could be back faster, but 2 weeks would still be fast unless it's a minor break. Mine was a bad fracture, 4 pieces of collarbone goodness.

Comment 23 Oct 2016

Yea we didn't lose just b/c of a blown call. However, when you aren't given the first down you aren't given the opportunity to move forward and win the game. You can't always pin the blame of a game on one play, or one blown call, but you can say that it greatly affected your ability to win at that moment, which that play did. 

PSU killed us with field position, and our o-coordinators killed us by forgetting we have better athletes. But the phantom horse collar, no calls on late hits, and pass interference did affect us. Refs had no problem throwing yellow at us, still may not have won, but it sucks when you lose with some big no calls that could have benefitted you.

Comment 19 Oct 2016

It's not about bitching. It's about pointing out that this is an editorial site and over the last few weeks I've noticed a lot more missing letters and words. I'm not complaining, but it looks a tad less professional if there are many errors. Regardless, I'm still reading the stories, but just wanting them to be aware that lately the proofreading hasn't been up to par; I didn't notice these issues as much a few months before.