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Football: Buckeyes banged up as Boilermakers loom | BuckeyeXtra

There are 23 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Oct 19, 2010, titled Football: Buckeyes banged up as Boilermakers loom | BuckeyeXtra. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Three days removed from the loss at Wisconsin, No.10 Ohio State still is literally hurting as it prepares to take on Purdue, which upset the Buckeyes a year ago.

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Nothingbutlimeri cks

New York, NY

#1 Oct 19, 2010
Last week was a tough one to take,
Our win streak, the Badgers did break,
But into the 'Shoe
This week, it's Purdue,
Let's hope that the Bucks are awake!

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UpNorthBuckeye

Toledo, OH

#2 Oct 19, 2010
I thought maybe our offensive linemen had head colds, too.... from the breeze caused by JJ Watt blowing by them!

Seriously, let's get healthy and try to win out. I'll take a one-loss season any time.

Go Bucks!

Since: Oct 09

Springfield, OH

#3 Oct 19, 2010
Although I do realize the bucks are getting thin from injury. They do bring in top notch players to fill in those gaps. These guy's just have to step up and do what they were recruited for.
Alda

Columbus, OH

#4 Oct 19, 2010
Looks like Ohio State is lucky it hasn't played a schedule like Alabama's or it might not have any of its starters starting. I want OSU to win, but am sick and tired of all the excuses. Hell, they lose to the 16th/18th ranked team, lose some players to injury, thus announcing to the world their excuse for not being 100% for the game against Purdue. Purdue, a team with a 5-2 record against teams like Ball State, Western Illinois and Minnesota. None of their wins were by impressive margins and the lost to powerhouse teams Notre Dame and Toledo. So if OSU wants to have ANY respect, they should stop explaining why Purdue is really going to be a tough match and just go out and get the job done. Period!
Vee

Columbus, OH

#5 Oct 19, 2010
all I know was those were some BIG MEAN WHITE BOYS from Wisconsin that beat down our defense. I'm sure that was a real eye opener for our "great" defense
Blue_Ha_Ha

Toledo, OH

#6 Oct 19, 2010
Alda wrote:
Looks like Ohio State is lucky it hasn't played a schedule like Alabama's or it might not have any of its starters starting.
Yeah, we could've had to play powerhouses like San Jose State, Duke, and Georgia State!!
Alda

Columbus, OH

#7 Oct 19, 2010
Hmmm...they haven't played Georgia State YET. And let's see who else they have played or will be playing...........Florida, LSU, Arkansas, S. Carolina, Mississippi and Auburn. And who is the BIG powerhouse team that OSU played....Miami and Wisconsin. They lost to Wis and only beat Miami by a narrow margin. Same with unranked Illinois. AND does OSU play Big Ten powerhouse, MSU. Nope--they get a bye on that one this year. So the only remaining teams of consequence are Iowa and PSU. Big Fxxxxxxx deal.
BUCKEYE AND NOLE

Ocklawaha, FL

#8 Oct 19, 2010
Alda wrote:
Hmmm...they haven't played Georgia State YET. And let's see who else they have played or will be playing..........Florida, LSU, Arkansas, S. Carolina, Mississippi and Auburn. And who is the BIG powerhouse team that OSU played....Miami and Wisconsin. They lost to Wis and only beat Miami by a narrow margin. Same with unranked Illinois. AND does OSU play Big Ten powerhouse, MSU. Nope--they get a bye on that one this year. So the only remaining teams of consequence are Iowa and PSU. Big Fxxxxxxx deal.
You deserve a cookie.
casey d jax fl

Jacksonville, FL

#9 Oct 19, 2010
Alda wrote:
Hmmm...they haven't played Georgia State YET. And let's see who else they have played or will be playing..........Florida, LSU, Arkansas, S. Carolina, Mississippi and Auburn. And who is the BIG powerhouse team that OSU played....Miami and Wisconsin. They lost to Wis and only beat Miami by a narrow margin. Same with unranked Illinois. AND does OSU play Big Ten powerhouse, MSU. Nope--they get a bye on that one this year. So the only remaining teams of consequence are Iowa and PSU. Big Fxxxxxxx deal.
You can only play the teams on your schedule. And the final score over miami was only 12 but anyone that watched that game knows it was not even that close. And yes illinois played us tuff but they always do. Look you can talk all that sec bull all you want its the same story in The Big Ten its tuff to beat any team in our leauge except indiana and minnesota. And yeah its a shame we do not play msu this year but didnt we smack them in east lansing the last time we played. Its real easy saying our schedule is easy but you are not a player on the field so you have no idea how hard it is to win these games.
casey d jax fl

Jacksonville, FL

#10 Oct 19, 2010
All i know is the wisconsin game is done and over its time to get ready for purdue. I sure hope we come out punching and smack them around it was so upsetting losing to them last year we need payback. Tres is pretty good at payback games and i have no dought our guys will be ready to bring it saturday. GO BUCKS
lamar woods

Lancaster, OH

#11 Oct 19, 2010
don't feel like talking...just reading...dumbfounded I am...why did we lose?...how did we lose?..we are invincible...was wisconsin REALLY better than us?...where did we go wrong??
good luck bucks
older than you

Palm Coast, FL

#12 Oct 19, 2010
It wouldn't matter if vester had everyone he recruited, it just wouldn't be enough. He must recruit leaner and more athletic players. This team would never compete with the better teams of the s.e.c.

The big fat slow linemen days are long gone. The mythical rankings that got osu their national championship of the past are no longer. The new football will need to recruit the faster tougher athlete of the south. Vester will to step up and say no more nice guy... only the athletes will play. Coach's of special teams will need to step down,, this guy just doesn't get it.
Darius

Columbus, OH

#13 Oct 19, 2010
The big fat slow linemen days are long gone.
joe namath

Anaheim, CA

#14 Oct 19, 2010
Tressel is the coolest thing about OHio State
joe namath

Anaheim, CA

#15 Oct 19, 2010
Blue_Ha_Ha wrote:
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Yeah, we could've had to play powerhouses like San Jose State, Duke, and Georgia State!!
You do play cupcakes the caliber of San Jose State and George State.. Where you been?
rpt44904

Norwalk, OH

#16 Oct 19, 2010
Wisconsin did not upset OSU...it was an old-fashioned butt kickin'.
Seesall

United States

#17 Oct 20, 2010
I cannot believe some of the posts about how the buckeyes got their butt kicked. With the exception of the score which happened because we blew three opportunities to score and they did not. Other than that the net difference in yards gained was 26 yards and we had one more first down. The game was very evenly played and nobody kicked anybody's ass. Did any of you watch the game or do you just like jabbering!!
Cygnus

New York, NY

#18 Oct 20, 2010
Seesall wrote:
I cannot believe some of the posts about how the buckeyes got their butt kicked. With the exception of the score which happened because we blew three opportunities to score and they did not. Other than that the net difference in yards gained was 26 yards and we had one more first down. The game was very evenly played and nobody kicked anybody's ****. Did any of you watch the game or do you just like jabbering!!
Sorry, seesall - While you might take solace in those stats, I witnessed a butt-kickin.
BigBuckNut

United States

#19 Oct 20, 2010
It is time for some of these highly touted freshmen and sophomores to step up and it is time for Tress to allow them to play. And for goodness akes get the play book out of Tress' hands and give it to somebody with an imagination to call plays!
BigBuckNut

United States

#20 Oct 20, 2010
Alda wrote:
Looks like Ohio State is lucky it hasn't played a schedule like Alabama's or it might not have any of its starters starting. I want OSU to win, but am sick and tired of all the excuses. Hell, they lose to the 16th/18th ranked team, lose some players to injury, thus announcing to the world their excuse for not being 100% for the game against Purdue. Purdue, a team with a 5-2 record against teams like Ball State, Western Illinois and Minnesota. None of their wins were by impressive margins and the lost to powerhouse teams Notre Dame and Toledo. So if OSU wants to have ANY respect, they should stop explaining why Purdue is really going to be a tough match and just go out and get the job done. Period!
Seems to me I remember Alabama losing to one of there conference foes. Someone they were supposed to beat, badly. Talk when you have a clue what you're talking about, until then, Shut it!

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