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After flopping around like fish on dry land last week, Ohio State's offensive players are hoping for a better showing today in the spring game.

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Jon

Columbus, OH

#21 Apr 24, 2010
JSB05 wrote:
I think it's really funny that a University of Cincinnati player, Mardy Gilyard, got drafted before a Slowhio State Thugeye did. So much for all that great talent! Good old Thuggeous Gibson won't last long in the NFL with his felonious assaults disguised as tackles. Pretty soon, he will be in the pokey making my license plate just like your fellow Luckeye Clarett did.
The other fun part of watching this draft is seeing so many Suckeyes on the highlight films of the other players getting drafted. Seems like so many people are going to get paid so many millions because of the great plays they made against your beloved Suckeyes.
An awful lot of scarlet still left on the draft board. I guess after all those NFL flops in recent years like Two-Ton Troy and so many others, NFL teams have finally realized how useless it is to draft a player from Cowtown.
Haven't you got a Cunningham show to listen to or a Kentucky Wildcat game to rethink?
Why are you on this site if you hate the Buckeyes so much?
Time to go out back and catch your supper- run along now- and watch the Cincinnati Deads lose another one tomorrow. As for the 'GALS- there is always next year. BTW--how did that Sugar Bowl work out for you?
Breaking News

Columbus, OH

#22 Apr 24, 2010
I just got back from the spring game.
It was a typical spring game...
Better than some I've seen.
Punting was average to poor,
They looked sluggish, with "a few" break out moments.

I was not impressed with the stale plays they ran.
They have a lot of work ahead,(and I mean a lot).
And IF they don't get some creative design going?
Brutus

Houston, TX

#23 Apr 24, 2010
Jsb, is that you jason stewart? Hahaha.

“Bleeding Scarlet and Gray!”

Since: Sep 09

Worthington

#24 Apr 24, 2010
JSB05 wrote:
I think it's really funny that a University of Cincinnati player, Mardy Gilyard, got drafted before a Slowhio State Thugeye did. So much for all that great talent! Good old Thuggeous Gibson won't last long in the NFL with his felonious assaults disguised as tackles. Pretty soon, he will be in the pokey making my license plate just like your fellow Luckeye Clarett did.
The other fun part of watching this draft is seeing so many Suckeyes on the highlight films of the other players getting drafted. Seems like so many people are going to get paid so many millions because of the great plays they made against your beloved Suckeyes.
An awful lot of scarlet still left on the draft board. I guess after all those NFL flops in recent years like Two-Ton Troy and so many others, NFL teams have finally realized how useless it is to draft a player from Cowtown.
Aside from Gibson, OSU didn't send many high profile guys to the draft aside from Coleman who everyone knew was a little undersized. Gilyard is a tough player, but the only thing that the kittens had going for them as they fade away into the mediocre landscape of Cincinnati football. Looks to me like it is back to struggling to fil a 35,000 seat Nippert Stadium while OSU continues to sell out and compete on the national level. I guess it's time to start following ND football jstewbearcat.
Brutus

Houston, TX

#25 Apr 24, 2010
Breaking News wrote:
I just got back from the spring game.
It was a typical spring game...
Better than some I've seen.
Punting was average to poor,
They looked sluggish, with "a few" break out moments.
I was not impressed with the stale plays they ran.
They have a lot of work ahead,(and I mean a lot)
And IF they don't get some creative design going?
Spring games are always like this. They call the most basic plays. This doesn't mean that we can't do anything else. The only point of this game is to come out with no injuries. It isn't meant to do anything else.
Mushmouf T W M

North Anson, ME

#26 Apr 24, 2010
Tony wrote:
No one sticks the paper in your face and forces you to read Buckeye articles, do they anti-brutus? I would think anyone who hates Ohio State might have half a brain and not read about them....much less take more time to write derogatory comments. Obviously not.
Way to go, Tony.
savit

Youngstown, OH

#27 Apr 24, 2010
Richard wrote:
Hmm... poor line play and poor QB play??? What year is this??? Oh.. any year as long as JIM BOLLMAN and NICK what's his face are allowed to coach at this level...... Just think how strong OSU football would be if we had REAL COACHES at this important positions!
We? Is your last name rodriguez? Go away already please.
buckeye alum 08

United States

#28 Apr 25, 2010
I think Jamal Berry is just one big injury!! Im movin on from hopin he is the next great back.

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