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YoungBossBuckeye


MEMBER SINCE   December 20, 2012

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Comment 16 hours ago

College football is one of my favorite things in the world. But it is going down a slippery slope. I was perfectly ok with the NIL ruling, that prevents unnecessary suspensions for hundreds of dollars taken. It actually gives them more of an incentive. But, this....is just getting out of hand already. These kids are becoming incredibly entitled to anything and everything. The money that they claim to be entitled to, goes to the upkeep of the amazing facilities, amenities, and privileges that normal students have NO access to. All of that is millions of dollars in expenses for the university. These kids agreed to a scholarship, which I don't have to remind them is TENS of THOUSANDS of dollars PER YEAR, even more if you're coming from out of state. They have tutors to help them with schoolwork. If they don't want to honor the agreement, then they can pay for college like everyone else. They don't understand that Instead of incurring a shit load of debt, that over 90% of the college graduates have to deal with for 15-20 years later, they are able to be in a position where alumni and donors can help them get jobs, if the NFL doesn't work out. The normal college student has to fend for themselves. I cannot tell you how many of fellow Ohio State alumni I know wish they didn't have student loan debt--but they do. These athletes need a serious reality check of how good they have it. Where do we draw the line? When is it enough? Work your ass off, make sacrifices to maximize yourself at your craft, put in your 3 years, get drafted and make millions. Welcome to life. You earn what you get. You're entitled only to what a scholarship gives you. If you don't like it, I'm confident someone else will gladly take it. You know what happens if you complain to your boss about your "demands", they tell you to fuck off, get back to work or you're fired. This generation of entitlement is a serious problem.

If they're worried about the virus, WEAR A MASK. DO your part. Be vigilant. Exercise discretion. Don't go to stupid house parties where there are 100 people there like the idiots from Rutgers. Use common sense.

Comment 30 Jul 2020

Not only did their biggest hero never win a national championship, he is also a piece of trash. Oh no, bro! M fans, you can take your smug sanctimonious bullshit and shove it right up your asses.

Bo once said, no man and no coach is above the team. The team, the team, the team. I guess he felt he was exempt from that. Whoops.

I guess it could be worse though, they could've been involved in a tattoo scandal. EYE ROLL

Comment 30 Jul 2020

Honestly, what really is the draw to A&M? They don't win anything, and it's not like they're putting tons of kids into the draft. I'm not sure if hanging out in College Station would interest a young cat.

Comment 29 Jul 2020

Jesus, Alabama is really doing work on the OL, Bryce Young will be one happy camper there the next 3-4 years. We really need to land Tristan Leigh to give us a good right tackle when Paris Johnson makes the move to left tackle in 2021. I don't foresee JC Latham decommitting, but then again I thought we lost Hancock for good, though it was under different circumstances.

Comment 29 Jul 2020

Tristan Leigh is priority 1 at OL right now, he knows it, and Coaches Stud & Wilson must continue to put the full court press on him. I will laugh my ass off if M loses on out on Spindler. I don't want them to have anything--not even from their own shithole of a state.

Comment 28 Jul 2020

Not really sure why I got downvoted. I do know that there are M lurkers on this board, but sheesh, can you really disagree with what I've said?

Comment 28 Jul 2020

I wonder if Rocco Spindler and Donovan Edwards know that they'll lose to us every year and never play for anything-- if they stay up there. Then again, Rocco will play us either way if he goes to ND. Honestly, being a college football player is a 12 month a year commitment. It's literally a job. If you're going to kill yourself in the weight room, film room, practice facilities, etc, you might as well go to a program that a) has an ELITE track record of player development  b) a damn good shot of winning championships. Getting a good education is obviously VERY important, and that goes without saying. I need not include depth chart because you have to earn your position anywhere. M is NOT an elite program anymore, and hasn't been for a very long time. Playing for Harbaugh doesn't give you the confidence that your team can achieve great things. Of course, there will be notable players from their program that do get drafted high. But, by and large, M is a program where a great player goes to lose to better programs and get underdeveloped/underutilized. DPJ lost a SHIT ton a money. No great RBs ever do anything from there. If you're an elite skill player, DO NOT go there. Commit to that program at your own risk. If we finish this 2021 class with Tuimoloau, Egbuka, Malone, Leigh and anyone else, there is little to no shot that M will be competitive with us.

Comment 27 Jul 2020

So then we sell Tristan and his brother what happens when brothers come to Ohio State. The Boren brothers and the Bosa brothers. 

Comment 27 Jul 2020

This virus shit just SUCKS, if it weren't a thing, Latham, Tuimoloau and Egbuka would've had an official visit already and committed. 

Comment 24 Jul 2020

I think the Big Ten conference would vomit if we finished with the Washington kids, Malone, Leigh and Davis. That would be so unreal if we finished with those 5 guys. 

Comment 22 Jul 2020

Not to sound like a douche or a snob, but I know Egbuka is a VERY good student, and his family takes education VERY seriously, as they should. They wanted him to take a hard look at Stanford, and I totally respect that. The academic profile between Oklahoma and Ohio State is pretty big. Ohio State is #17 in public universities. Oklahoma is #60. We have Real Life Wednesdays that allow guys to make inroads into the business world. We have one of the largest alumni bases in the world. We lead college football in 1st round draft picks. We play for championships. Oklahoma has a very good program, but we offer way, way more to Egbuka. Hartline developing Egbuka into a flat out stud is about as sure of a thing as there is. Ohio State is an all-encompassing comprehensive package for a 5-star recruit. This is NOT just a 4 year decision. This is a rest of your life decision. Jantzen Dunn made that determination and distinction between us and Oklahoma, and I'm quite sure he won't regret it.

Comment 22 Jul 2020

What coaching staff does he trust more? Is that a real question? We develop and put DBs in the league and get them paid. Both corners and safeties. It's not a tough choice.

Comment 22 Jul 2020

I'm pretty excited about getting Jantzen here. I think he is the most interesting commitment we have, where his potential outweighs his ranking. He already has good size, length, explosion and athleticism which is what you want at the free safety position. Having good, natural foot speed is so important. He would be ranked much higher if he came from a different state. He obviously likes the grind and combined with Marotti's system, Jantzen could certainly have a very solid career here. I anticipate that he is the kind of kid that could develop and play much higher than his ranking.

Comment 21 Jul 2020

That Markus Allen is salty we didn't offer him, and why would we? When you can get studs like Jayden Ballard, Marvin Jr, and hopefully Emeka Egbuka, anything less than that is a waste of our recruiting efforts. These Michigan maggots LOVE talking shit--and I don't understand why. We own them. We out-recruit them. We out-coach them. We out-class them. We out-develop them. We out-prepare and out-scheme them. We literally do everything better than them. For God's sakes, our Academic Progress Report is even BETTER than theirs! Will that program and their fanbase EVER learn to just STFU and you know, be humble? Know your place. The mystique and aura of Michigan disappeared a long time ago. Every single guy they get sounds exactly the same. Mouths writing checks that their asses cannot cash. If I was a Michigan fan, current player or commit, I wouldn't say a God damn word until you accomplish something, ANYTHING noteworthy. Those morons seriously have no shame. We can beat them 50 times a row, and I'll still despise them. 

Comment 21 Jul 2020

For as much as I would love the 2021 guys to have great senior seasons and potentially up their rankings, I am ok with them take 4-5 months to train like hell, stay sharp and stay in shape. Especially our skill guys who make cuts on the field. We don't want any serious injuries before they step on campus. We see so many guys tear their ACL and have a major setback. It's always a good thing to have 25 perfectly healthy freshmen ready to make an impact. I'm perfectly fine with Henderson and Pryor not playing. RBs take a beating, and you want them to be fresh. But you also want them to get as many reps as possible. These guys NEED to stay in shape and watch their diets. This virus bullshit is such a clusterfuck.

Comment 20 Jul 2020

I don't agree with this at all. It's not these kids' fault that their state cancelled high school football. WTF are they thinking?

Comment 19 Jul 2020

Alabama has went Super Saiyan lately, as they always do. Their OL class is amazing. Now, we are gonna have to hold them off for the #1 class. We have 5 or 6 left. I think we need to finish our DL haul with Tuimoloau and Malone. Must add Egbuka to our stacked WR room. Finish off a solid OL class with Tristan Leigh, but that is highly unlikely. Would be nice to add Derrick Davis to the safeties. We land all of those guys, we will truly have knocked it out of the fucking park. 

Comment 16 Jul 2020

Ryan Day has done such a great job with QBs since he's been here. If the season happens, and Justin has another big year, he'll be a top 5 draft pick, which is another feather in Day's cap. If we were in fact Ewers' first offer, and we are still recruiting him the hardest, we have a legit shot at landing him. Relationships, loyalty, style of offense, and elite level coaching will be key here. We have done really well in Texas the last 2 classes. 

Comment 16 Jul 2020

You get everyone on that list, except for Jager Burton (all Kentucky), this class would be out-fucking-standing. There would be no complaints from me. We would have no question marks or voids. Pretty much perfect as every position group would be fortified with absolute blue chip studs. The DL would be insane, the DBs would be DAMN good, WRs+ RBs are incredible, we have our QB, OL would be REALLY good, intriguing athletes. To add another stud LB next to Carrico would make a perfect class even better.