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Columbus, Ohio (via Columbus, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   January 19, 2016

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Comment 13 Feb 2020

celebrating football recruits at halfcourt during halftime might be the only way to get people to show up

also... move back to st. john arena

Comment 10 Feb 2020

How much of this can simply be attributed to the balance of the Big 10? Michigan State has now lost three in a row. Almost every team in the league has had a three game losing streak at one point or another. Iowa just lost by 40 at Purdue. The league is just a meat grinder this year. Michigan thrashed Gonzaga and isn't even .500.  No reason to panic. Our talent level still needs to increase. Liddell showing promise. Carton will be back. Some other veteran teams (like Penn State) will take a step back next year.

Comment 12 Jan 2020

Our basketball talent level is the equivalent of a 8-4 football team so not sure why there is a mass panic. Look at the big ten standings. It’s going to be a mess. If Michigan loses today they’ll only be 2-3 and they’re also a good team. until the schedules balance out a bit (another month) we won’t know where the teams stand. OSU has not lost to a bad team. Neither has Michigan. Neither has Michigan State. 

Comment 07 Dec 2019

Perhaps the truest sign of OSU dominance this year? 

Turning every local and beat writer who covers them - here, The Athletic, Dispatch etc - into complete and total fanboys. 

thats when you know you’ve had a dominant year 

reading articles about OSU football has become like reading fanboys talk about Marvel 

hats off to the team for creating this response 

Comment 04 Dec 2019

Both are great.

The argument for Taylor is that everyone in the stadium knows when and how he will get the ball and he's still highly effective. Often against a loaded box. He's never had a threat of the pass in three years at UW. This may not matter against 7-8 teams on the schedule, but it certainly does against OSU.

Dobbins would probably be equally effective at UW but the OSU offensive is so dynamic and versatile that he just doesn't have the pressure on him that Taylor is.

I'm assuming this is the argument, and it's fair.