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TURD_BUCKET


OHIO

MEMBER SINCE   August 07, 2014

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Seeing Woody Hayes in the stairwell at St Johns Arena during the OHSAA state wrestling tournament in 1974, and having a few words with him.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Jack Tatum, John Hicks, Chris Spielman, Cris Carter, Orlando Pace, Carlos Hyde
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Larry Bird
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: please

Recent Activity

Comment 05 Sep 2019

Back in the day, Spielman used to try to beat Coach Bruce to the film room every morning.  Browning stated that he began to watch film more regularly at the end of last year.  Watching film will slow the game down for you.  Putting in the time on the mental part of the game (film) will always help a player.  Preparation separates the good ones from the great ones.

Comment 03 Aug 2019

If TOSU wants to continue to compete for the best recruits then by all means spend some money on the WHAC.  It should be THE showcase in all of college football.  Gene Smith should send a couple people around to all universities to get some good ides to make the WHAC is the BEST.  And involve the players to see what kind of stuff they might like.  Now if the WHAC is already at the top, then lets keep it there.

Comment 01 Aug 2019

Was there a mention of the Jim Tressel to Urban Meyer drop-off?

Comment 01 Aug 2019

JB:  I was excited as hell when he signed and thought he was gonna be the next Buckeye All American LB.  I thought/hoped Browning might breakout last year.  The great LBs at TOSU seem to get plenty of reps if not start by their sophomore years.  He still has a shot to be a Big Time player, but he has gotta make it happen this year.  Yes, the clock is ticking.

Comment 31 Jul 2019

4th generation Buckeye, all born in central Ohio.  My first recollection of my fandom was when I was twelve and lived through the 1968 season.  I bought my Buckeye item that year, a small throw rug, that I put at the side of my bed so I could see 'BUCKEYES" every day when I woke up and every night before I went to bed.  it was in pieces when my wife threw it out 30 years later, even though it had been relegate tp the garage,  I still watch most games with my parents.