My Top Ten Favorite Ohio State Buckeyes: #3 Carlos Hyde

Career Statistic Resume: Ohio State running back from 2010-13, Starter from 2012-13, 3,198 rushing yards, 6.1 yards per carry (including a 7.3 ypc average his senior season), 37 rushing touchdowns, 34 receptions, 271 yards, 4 touchdowns, 2013 Third-team All-American, member of the 2012 undefeated team. Nickname: El Guapo, 'Los, Thunder When I was a kid, I …

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My Top Ten Favorite Ohio State Buckeyes: #4 Darron Lee

Career Statistic Resume: Played Linebacker for Ohio State from 2014-15, 146 total tackles, 27 TFL, 11 sacks, 3 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, 2 fumbles recoveries, 3 defensive touchdowns, starter for the 2014 National Championship and Big Ten Champion Team. Nickname: The Mad Dog Fact: The cover image for this story is goofy, not particularly well done …

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My Top Ten Favorite Ohio State Buckeyes: #5 Devin Smith

Career Statistic Resume: Starting wide receiver from 2011-2014, 121 receptions, 2,503 receiving yards, 20.5 yards per catch, 30 touchdowns, member of the 2014 Big Ten and National Championship-winning team, 2014 Big Ten runner-up in high jump with a clear of seven feet and 1/4 inch. People nowadays try all kinds of things to live more healthy lives. …

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A Bittersweet Announcement

Hey everybody, I'd like to first start off this post by thanking everyone who's kept up with my blog posts, promoted and supported my pieces on social media platforms, and are somehow willing to read 3,000 word rants about my distaste for Russell Westbrook's play style. You have no idea how much it all means …

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My Top Ten Favorite Ohio State Buckeyes: #6 Ted Ginn Jr.

Career Statistic Resume: Played Wide Receiver at Ohio State from 2004-2006. Recorded 135 receptions, 1,943 receiving yards, 15 receiving touchdowns, 28 rushing attempts for 213 yards and 3 touchdowns, 6 punt return touchdowns, 2 kickoff return touchdowns, at the time a record 4 punt return touchdowns in his freshman season, and 1 passing touchdown. Played for …

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Three Reasons Why Your Team Will or Won’t Suck: NFC Preview 2019

I'm a fairly pessimistic person. Anyone who knows me will tell you that. And no where am I more pessimistic then when it comes to the realm of sports. I generally believe that most teams will never be nearly as good as they think they can be, and that hardly anything truly "miraculous" happens over …

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Three Reasons Why Your Team Will or Won’t Suck: 2019 AFC Preview

I'm a fairly pessimistic person. Anyone who knows me will tell you that. And no where am I more pessimistic then when it comes to the realm of sports. I generally believe that most teams will never be nearly as good as they think they can be, and that hardly anything truly "miraculous" happens over …

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Mailbag Question #1: What if Shaq had Kobe’s Work Ethic?

Question #1: If Shaq had Kobe's work ethic, how many tiles would the Lakers have won when they were together? Answer: For those of you wondering why this question is relevant, Kobe was recently interviewed by Patrick Bet David, and in said interview, Kobe claimed that if Shaq had his (Kobe's) work ethic, "then I would …

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“It’s Not Weird Anymore”–The Problem with College Football

Earlier this month, the pre-season top 25 polls (both Coaches and AP) were released for the college football season. Consequently, ESPN's Mike Greenberg replied to the release of the polls on Twitter, saying, "It's the same five teams every year. There is no sport with less parity. None." The five teams he's referring to are …

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