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stantmann


Southwest Florida (via Columbus, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   January 12, 2012

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Holy Buckeye!
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  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jon Diebler or Jim Jackson
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  • SOCCER TEAM: really?

Recent Activity

Comment 03 Jul 2019

I'll give you Alabama, but remember OSU did beat them. I also seem to remember Wisconsin, PSU, and Michigan beating up on LSU and Florida more often than not.

All time OSU is 3rd in winning percentage, Georgia is 12th.
since 1920, OSU is 1st, Georgia 12th
since 1970, OSU is 1st, Georgia 9th
since 2000, OSU is 2nd (Boise St), Georgia 5th
Since Urban, OSU is 2nd (Alabama), Georgia 7th
GA hasn't won a championship in 30 years.
GA has had a higher ranking only 4 times since 2002 (ESPN only goes that far back).
In 2018, GA lost their bowl game to TX, even Maryland beat that team

Since you mentioned roster; since 2011 recruiting cycle (Urbans partial first year recruiting) OSU has ranked higher in 5 of the 8 years.

Your argument holds no water. You should take that back, or admit you're a closet GA fan.

Comment 20 Jun 2019

Jon Gruden won the Super Bowl his first year in Tampa Bay. The dumb Floridians I lived around said "but he didn't win with his own players".  Yes, they were right, "his players"  were on the opposing Super Bowl team.

Urban did it, Tressel did it, Earle did it. Odd how that works out, but it almost always works that way in coaching, at least at OSU. The only exceptions were Cooper, who inherited a very bad team, and Fickle who had never coached before, and kept the previous staff intact, and I suspect never had full control of the team. Day on the other hand should be ok, as he has a historically great offensive staff, and he replaced the historically bad defensive staff (save Larry Johnson).

Comment 25 May 2019

Against Clemson a couple years ago. By the end of the 3rd qtr, I was so drunk and frustrated, I left the stadium with my wife and skipped the New Years Eve parties. Just went back to hotel.

Comment 25 May 2019

Here' s the final say. OSU is 51-47-4 against UM in Division 1 games. UM built up their overall lead when OSU was a lower division school. Here's a link, it only reflects division 1 games. http://football.stassen.com/cgi-bin/records/opp-opp.pl?start=1869&end=2018&team1=OhioState&team2=Michigan

Comment 24 May 2019

"Chris Holtmann looks like the real deal, but the jury is still largely out on Ryan Day. " Agree 100%

Seriously, I don't hate Michigan basketball. There was a time it was Indiana, but today, I don't think there is a B1G team that I hate. Now football, yes, there is hatred.  There is animosity (for payback) to Purdue AND Iowa too. Look, I love college hoops as much as a person can, but Michigan is using basketball to try to become relevant again because they are failing in football.

Comment 09 May 2019

2005 was the last time I bought a drink there. I just looked it up, seems to be ok. I might have tried to buy a drink on a sunday, and you can't - Only in a restaurant can you get it on sunday. This might be what I was thinking of, and had to go to a restaurant and get that "permit" for sunday drinking.

Comment 03 May 2019

I've been there a few times. Not sure if it is still a dry town or not. Last time I was at a restaurant there, I had to buy a permit to drink (really). If true, stock up on the alcohol lol. Nice town though, close to Dallas, and only a couple hours from okc.