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Comment 09 Dec 2019

What I found more interesting than the article was going to their forum and seeing most threads with 1-5 comments. Another reason why it is great to be a Buckeye fan- passion runs high and we are invested in Buckeye football. PSU- crickets.

Comment 08 Dec 2019

Maybe this is the game for ichigan's Finest Hour? Or maybe it will be 3+ hours of pure beatdown misery (and Buckeye fans enjoyment)- I vote for the later, of course.

Comment 30 Nov 2019

So many to choose from, so little time:

Amaizing Blue

November 30th, 2019 at 3:49 PM ^

Dude, shut up.  If he wanted to run the score up they would have scored 70.  This day sucks enough without you sounding like a whiny bitch.

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Bo Schemheckler

November 30th, 2019 at 3:52 PM ^

Dude fuck off you sounds like such a whiny bitch. This is the game and that shit happens. I wish we could run up the score on these fucks and when that day comes I hope we do

Joined: 09/04/2013

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Comment 16 Nov 2019

Ol Miss is 4-6 and the LSU defense will give up around 400 years rushing and over 600 total years, again Ol Miss has lost 6 games this year (soon to be 7. We would not even be in the top 8 if our defense was this bad. I don;t think their O-line is that great either- tons of pressure on JB tonight.

Comment 16 Nov 2019

Are we sure his stick was not impacted? 

Comment 13 Nov 2019

This is a facebook post from Jeff Snook that I posted in the Gene Smith thread as well but there seems to be dialogue here:

(UPDATED WITH GENE SMITH's EMAIL DENYING THAT EITHER PENN STATE OR MARYLAND WERE INVOLVED IN CHASE YOUNG CASE. HE WILL SPEAK FURTHER TODAY AT 5:30 p.m. DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE) ...

Over the past week, I have made some inquiries into the Chase Young matter and here are the facts as they stand today, as I have been told, related to how this loan and repayment came to the attention of Ohio State, which then suspended him before promptly forwarding the matter to the NCAA:

• The person who loaned him money last December so he could pay to fly his girlfriend to the Rose Bowl, a 28-23 win over Washington, was indeed a “a family friend,” not a certified agent as several outlets had reported last week.

• Young repaid the loan completely less than four months later.

• Ohio State’s athletic department learned of the loan shortly after the 38-7 win over Wisconsin on Oct. 26 when it received an anonymous letter in the mail, detailing the terms of the loan and Young’s involvement. I was told that even Ohio State officials do not know who wrote the letter, and have not pursued the origin, and only worked to confirm whether its content was factual.

* Media reports have suggested the source came from either Penn State’s staff or Maryland’s staff, but I am told that even Ohio State officials and also NCAA officials do not know the identity of the tipster, but they do believe "It was not PSU or Maryland," OSU Athletic Director Gene Smith wrote me in an email received Wednesday afternoon. He would not comment on details of the postmark of the letter.

• When Ohio State athletic officials confronted him, Young was completely forthcoming about the loan and repayment, etc.

• Neither Young nor the family friend realized the arrangement was an NCAA violation, albeit a minor one.

• Ohio State’s athletic department then immediately contacted the NCAA and suspended Young for the following game -- Nov. 9 against Maryland (a 73-14 win) -- until a ruling could be made by the NCAA.


• From Oct. 29-Nov. 12, NCAA investigators reviewed all the evidence and interviewed all parties before deciding that a two-game suspension was warranted, based on precedent, and notified Ohio State of its findings on Wednesday. Ohio State then announced that Young would miss Saturday’s game at Rutgers, but he will return for the remainder of the season, starting with the game against Penn State Nov. 23 at Ohio Stadium. Young has been allowed to practice.

• Ohio State released a statement Wednesday by Smith saying, “I also want to commend Chase Young and let him know how proud we are of him. He took responsibility for his actions, cooperated throughout the process and understood and accepted that there would be consequences. He’s a team captain and a leader and most importantly, a Buckeye. He wanted nothing more than an opportunity to play again and we’re pleased that he’ll get that chance.”

• None of the Buckeyes’ nine wins – from the Rose Bowl win over Washington last season through the Wisconsin game this season -- would be in question to be vacated as far as the NCAA is concerned, since the university had no knowledge of the loan at that time.

• Because of the schedule, it is likely that Young, who has 15.5 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks and is expected to be among the first players taken in April’s NFL draft, essentially will miss just four quarters of action if everything goes as expected Saturday at Rutgers. First-year coach Ryan Day benched his starters with a 42-0 halftime lead against the Terrapins and likely will do the same Saturday if the Buckeyes have a large halftime lead at Rutgers (2-7), as expected. They are a 52-point favorite, which by the way is the largest point spread in school history for a road game.(UPD

Comment 13 Nov 2019

This is from a facebook post of Jeff Snook who is a journalist )and die-hard Buckeye fan). I found him to be very factual in the Smith?Myer mess. He seems to have the best internal sources on these things to me:

(UPDATED WITH GENE SMITH's EMAIL DENYING THAT EITHER PENN STATE OR MARYLAND WERE INVOLVED IN CHASE YOUNG CASE. HE WILL SPEAK FURTHER TODAY AT 5:30 p.m. DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE) ...

Over the past week, I have made some inquiries into the Chase Young matter and here are the facts as they stand today, as I have been told, related to how this loan and repayment came to the attention of Ohio State, which then suspended him before promptly forwarding the matter to the NCAA:

• The person who loaned him money last December so he could pay to fly his girlfriend to the Rose Bowl, a 28-23 win over Washington, was indeed a “a family friend,” not a certified agent as several outlets had reported last week.

• Young repaid the loan completely less than four months later.

• Ohio State’s athletic department learned of the loan shortly after the 38-7 win over Wisconsin on Oct. 26 when it received an anonymous letter in the mail, detailing the terms of the loan and Young’s involvement. I was told that even Ohio State officials do not know who wrote the letter, and have not pursued the origin, and only worked to confirm whether its content was factual.

* Media reports have suggested the source came from either Penn State’s staff or Maryland’s staff, but I am told that even Ohio State officials and also NCAA officials do not know the identity of the tipster, but they do believe "It was not PSU or Maryland," OSU Athletic Director Gene Smith wrote me in an email received Wednesday afternoon. He would not comment on details of the postmark of the letter.

• When Ohio State athletic officials confronted him, Young was completely forthcoming about the loan and repayment, etc.

• Neither Young nor the family friend realized the arrangement was an NCAA violation, albeit a minor one.

• Ohio State’s athletic department then immediately contacted the NCAA and suspended Young for the following game -- Nov. 9 against Maryland (a 73-14 win) -- until a ruling could be made by the NCAA.


• From Oct. 29-Nov. 12, NCAA investigators reviewed all the evidence and interviewed all parties before deciding that a two-game suspension was warranted, based on precedent, and notified Ohio State of its findings on Wednesday. Ohio State then announced that Young would miss Saturday’s game at Rutgers, but he will return for the remainder of the season, starting with the game against Penn State Nov. 23 at Ohio Stadium. Young has been allowed to practice.

• Ohio State released a statement Wednesday by Smith saying, “I also want to commend Chase Young and let him know how proud we are of him. He took responsibility for his actions, cooperated throughout the process and understood and accepted that there would be consequences. He’s a team captain and a leader and most importantly, a Buckeye. He wanted nothing more than an opportunity to play again and we’re pleased that he’ll get that chance.”

• None of the Buckeyes’ nine wins – from the Rose Bowl win over Washington last season through the Wisconsin game this season -- would be in question to be vacated as far as the NCAA is concerned, since the university had no knowledge of the loan at that time.

• Because of the schedule, it is likely that Young, who has 15.5 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks and is expected to be among the first players taken in April’s NFL draft, essentially will miss just four quarters of action if everything goes as expected Saturday at Rutgers. First-year coach Ryan Day benched his starters with a 42-0 halftime lead against the Terrapins and likely will do the same Saturday if the Buckeyes have a large halftime lead at Rutgers (2-7), as expected. They are a 52-point favorite, which by the way is the largest point spread in school history for a road game.(UPD

Comment 19 Oct 2019

This was there finest hour- I mean 59 minutes.

Comment 19 Oct 2019

Mgoblog crashes right at the end of the game- too predictable but still funny.