Posted on: July 21, 2009 2:57 pm
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Hello, Hello, Hello, is there anybody in there?

Haven't posted a blog in forever! So I thought I would. Not much to report. Guess I should start doing this more. Go Buckeyes

Category: NCAAF
Posted on: December 5, 2008 10:17 pm
 

Gators

I have already accepted that Florida will win the national championship.
Ugh
Damn Urban Meyer, those Gators are really good.
Can't believe the season is over.
It makes me sad.
Category: NCAAF
Posted on: October 18, 2008 9:22 pm
 

Finally

Finally, Ohio State looked like the team we all thought they would be to start the season.
Pryor and Beanie are awesome and that defense, wow!! Ringer had nothing, NOTHING.
Next week's game vs. Penn State will be huge, I am very happy it's in Columbus.
And hahahaha Michigan, god you suck, just fold the program.
Gotta love Lou Holtz dropping a Hitler reference on Friday night. Even more of a reason to fire this guy six months ago.
Category: NCAAF
Tags: Ohio State
 
Posted on: October 1, 2008 12:21 am
 

I am proud

Two of my former college roommates recently won a national championship golf tournament on the Golf Galaxy Tour in Las Vegas. Congrats fellas, enjoy the success and keep it coming!

http://golfconnect.teamsporttech.co
m/page/show/57194-2008-national-cha
mpionship
Category: Golf
Posted on: September 14, 2008 5:05 pm
 

Depression

The Buckeyes sucked -- again -- on the big stage -- again.
This is hard. What does a fan do? I am tired of defending them from critics. Who knew that the loss to Florida would change the tide of the Buckeyes' future?
Boeckman sucks, get him out, he's done, he's the worst quarterback OSU has had in the Tressel era. Pryor is the future. Make him the starter and then figure out how to salvage what's left of the season.
And, oh yeah, beat Michigan's ass.
Category: NCAAF
Tags: Ohio State
 
Posted on: September 10, 2008 4:50 pm
Edited on: September 10, 2008 4:50 pm
 

Praying for the Buckeyes

Did you know that there are people in the office that just sit around and blog all day? It's unreal! And the moment you ask them for help, it's like asking them to murder some kids or something. Garbage.

Anyways, I am hoping the Buckeyes got their crap together after last week's horrible performance which literally almost made me throw up. Dear God, please let coach Tressel stop playing Todd Boeckman and trust in studly frosh Terrelle Pryor!!!

I have this strange feeling that though USC is the No. 1 team in the country, had a week off and is playing at home, I just think OSU will come out and hit them in the face right away. Kinda like 'hey, last week was a fluke, here's the team we really are!" I mean, is USC really that good? I mean, besides its defense and a few scattered stars on offense, how is USC so much better than Ohio State?

I guess we will find out come Saturday.

Prediction: OSU 35, USC 30
Category: NCAAF
Tags: Ohio State, USC
 
Posted on: September 2, 2008 4:48 pm
Edited on: September 2, 2008 4:49 pm
 

Thoughts after Week 1

How does UCLA beat Tennessee after four first-half interceptions? Unreal, but the ending was pretty cool.

My buddy Beanie Wells will be OK. It scared the crap out of me and my fellow Buckeyes fans when he went down and seemed to be in plenty of pain. But, from what I have read, he should/will sit out this week and be ready to face No. 1 USC.

Speaking of USC, it does deserve to be No. 1 in the AP Poll. The Trojans traveled to the other side of the country to kick the crap out of an ACC school while Georgia and Ohio State easily defeated their high school foes.

Michigan lost its season opener, again, and I love it. I am well aware that the day will come when the Wolverines are back at the Buckeyes' throats but it will not be this season or the next one. It's fun to take joy away from the opponent's pain.

There seemed to be a ton of injuries in the first week, besides Wells, Missouri burner Jeremy Maclin went down with a ankle injury. Also, in Monday night's game, UCLA lost three starters in the first half and all the injuries will cause the players to miss time or even the season.

I still can't get over seeing Terrelle Pryor on the field, he is just as good as advertised. It will be fun to watch him grow -- and scare the sh*t out of teams. Also, Juice Williams looked really, really good against Missouri. Williams, one considered just a running QB, threw for almost 500 yards.

Go Bowling Green, it's always nice to see the alma matter take down a Big East team. Now, if only Notre Dame had lost, it would have been a clean sweep for me.
Category: NCAAF
Posted on: August 27, 2008 8:31 pm
Edited on: August 27, 2008 8:35 pm
 

God I hate Lou Holtz

Why did the idiots at ESPN think it would be a good idea to bring Lou Holtz back?

Have they actually listened to this guy? Not to be mean but come on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He sounds like a six-year-old with a lisp. He never makes sense or produces a complete thought and all he ever does is talk about Notre friggin Dame! Lou, you had a good run at Notre Dame, but that was like 20 years ago, stop talking about yourself, you are NOT a coach anymore, you are a member of the media!!! Please, be neutral. We don't care about your time at Notre Dame when you were a dirty recruiter and evil coach.

He actually thinks the Irish will win 10-11 games this season?!?! Unreal. Well, I guess it's possible when the Irish play Army, Navy, the Coast Guard, the Montana Militia, and the Rhode Island School of Hair Design.

If I was Mark May or Rece Davis, I would have blown my head off a long time ago. Those poor guys have to suffer through Holtz's attempts to bring analysis to the sport -- which he fails, horribly.

ESPN, you suck. Fire that idiot and find someone else who brings creditability to the studio instead of a walking, lisping, gremlin joke that is Lou Holtz.

Category: NCAAF
 
 
 
 
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