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There are 41 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Oct 26, 2009, titled OSU INSIDER | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Freshman running back Jordan Hall took advantage of his chance to shine in Saturday's 38-7 win over Minnesota, scoring on an 11-yard run in the third quarter.

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Sha Zam

Jupiter, FL

#1 Oct 26, 2009
The slaughter begins at Penn State.
Sha Zam

Jupiter, FL

#2 Oct 26, 2009
I'm not sure if you guys realize it or not but they play HOCKEY in Minnesota not football. Now Penn st., Iowa, and Michigan play football. Get ready for the shalackin. And I must admit, just prior to Pryor you guys did too. But not anymore.
Toledo guy

Toledo, OH

#3 Oct 26, 2009
Minnesota has 6 national championships in football, shazam. Look it up. When FL gets to 6 or 7 national titles like Ohio State and MN, let us know.

Since: Oct 09

Akron, OH

#4 Oct 26, 2009
Sha Zam wrote:
I'm not sure if you guys realize it or not but they play HOCKEY in Minnesota not football. Now Penn st., Iowa, and Michigan play football. Get ready for the shalackin. And I must admit, just prior to Pryor you guys did too. But not anymore.
Sha Spam or Zam (What is your real name anyways? Gator Durkoff?) Drinking again so early in the morning? It is not a good idea to mix your medications and Wild Turkey.

Buckeyes all they way... Go Bucks!!!
UpNorthBuckeye

Toledo, OH

#5 Oct 26, 2009
Weak opponents make us weak! The team needs to be careful and remember this one counts like all the others. The Buckeyes don't need no stinking Appalachian State!!!

OSU 41-9
Phil Harden

Columbia City, IN

#6 Oct 26, 2009
I agree. Purdue exposed our weakness and it is obvious that Penn State is going to be licking their chops. I don't see how Pryor can stand up to their defense as long as the offensive line let's people through. We may win at home to Iowa but it will be close and at Michigan if we face another qb like Purdue's quick trigger we better pray that Tressel will listen to people who know how to play offensive or we will lose in the Toilet Bowl in Detroit!
Sha Zam wrote:
The slaughter begins at Penn State.
Doc

Greenwood, IN

#7 Oct 26, 2009
Not drinking the TP and JT kool aid! No changes early on = three more losses, Penn St, Iowa and Michigan. All will have time to exploit the many weaknesses. The only problem they will have is which one to concentrate on.
ahhhnuts

Columbus, OH

#8 Oct 26, 2009
Penn State exposed by Iowa. Iowa living on a prayer. Michigan,.....hmmm, NOT A GOOD TEAM. Ohio State, something to prove finally with a little revenge sprinkled in. I like the set up.
cowboy

Sarasota, FL

#9 Oct 26, 2009
i was impressed by the 2 fresh running backs, wonder how they would do lining up in the I, what a concept, we are going to be loaded with talent in the backfield with the kid smith from indiana, the guy from naples who is currently at that prep school in virginia, jb herron saine, future looks good if ol developes
Shane Falco played at OSU

United States

#10 Oct 26, 2009
Sha Zam wrote:
I'm not sure if you guys realize it or not but they play HOCKEY in Minnesota not football. Now Penn st., Iowa, and Michigan play football. Get ready for the shalackin. And I must admit, just prior to Pryor you guys did too. But not anymore.
Why don't you tell Timmy Tebow to stop throwing pick 6's to opponents and get outta here.
Educated Commentator

Columbus, OH

#11 Oct 26, 2009
Ohio State could beat PSU and Iowa but they'll be severe underdogs in both games I would think. PSU looked strong against U of M. Of course U of M isn't really all that good - talent but not consistent. Hmm...sounds familiar. I would think the coaches would want to play well against New Mex State and use their first teamers as much as possible to really work the kinks out. If the game gets in the bag early then I'd expect to see Joe B. but not before. Also, why the hand ringing in the press about Herron and/or Saine not being able to play? I saw more fire from the two freshman Saturday than I ever have certainly from Boom and possibly even Saine. The bottom line from my perspective is that OSU could easily be 7-4 going into the Michigan game but they might be 8-3 or 9-2...depends on which team shows up each week. Oh, and I must remember that it's only a game.
AApilot ORD OSU 75

Crystal Lake, IL

#12 Oct 26, 2009
I think the Buckeyes should focus on one game at a time and not take any team lightly. We could use as much work as possible integrating our line play and running game, not to mention working on timing in our passing attack. Those rainbows won't work so well against teams with a quicker defense.
Tressels Greatness

Carrollton, OH

#13 Oct 26, 2009
ahhhnuts wrote:
Penn State exposed by Iowa. Iowa living on a prayer. Michigan,.....hmmm, NOT A GOOD TEAM. Ohio State, something to prove finally with a little revenge sprinkled in. I like the set up.
Big talk comming off a "bully picking on worthless Minnesota to feel better" win. The Buckeyes got exposed by Purdue last week. So quit bashing the other teams in the big ten, it only makes us look worse.
Janos

Moorestown, NJ

#14 Oct 26, 2009
cowboy wrote:
i was impressed by the 2 fresh running backs, wonder how they would do lining up in the I, what a concept, we are going to be loaded with talent in the backfield with the kid smith from indiana, the guy from naples who is currently at that prep school in virginia, jb herron saine, future looks good if ol developes
Agreed as to the frosh RB's. Keep Hall and Martin in for the bulk of the NMS game. I know it was "only Minnesota" but the future was witnessed on Saturday. Looking down the road, why should we expect Herron or Saine to do better than these young guns? Just maybe the game plan v. PSU should include what they can exploit instead of running it into the teeth of the D.
Al in Tampa

United States

#15 Oct 26, 2009
25 words or fewer;
"It was Minnesota!"

In the polls/BCS;
"Anyone remotely involved with, or intrested in the Buckeyes should be slapped for mentioning the polls!"

Who's hot;
"Dosen't matter, it was Minnesota!"

Dinged;
"Could be a good thing, Those young backs played with intensity. Something this team needs!"

This weeks challenge
"Don't get full of yourself for beating up a bad team!"

buckical

Stanton, CA

#16 Oct 26, 2009
Unfortunately...it probably won't happen. This also is an opportunity to let TP regain a little swagger...something he may actually need moreso than rest. This team need some swagger back...however I'm not too sure beating up on what appears to be a hapless New Mwx. team qualifiesIt would be nice to see some others get more PT however...would help long-term.
GoBucks79

Orlando, FL

#17 Oct 26, 2009
Sadly too often Jim Tressel plays down to his opponent so it is not likely we will jump out to a big lead and thereby give Joe the entire second half with a few good players. Would be nice though if this could happen ... Joe does not look good, he needs some prime time game time ... just in case!
BM Strange

Omaha, NE

#18 Oct 26, 2009
So again we looked better than okay when the defense gives us a short field to play. I will say even though the big drive ended w/ a missed fg I was impressed w/ the continuity...its been a long time since I have seen a Buckeye team put together a drive like that one. The play calling seemed to be more befitting to our team this week...however, its amazing how the play calling looks like genius when the OL is blocking effectively.
GoBucks79

Orlando, FL

#19 Oct 26, 2009
Hey MN beat Purdue for those who think this game did not matter ... it mattered!
Bill

Columbus, OH

#20 Oct 26, 2009
Hopefully OSU will jump out to a quick 21-0 lead so they can rest starters (defense), let others work on their fundamentals (TP & O-line) and let others play (Bauserman). However, Tressel's quicksand offense will probably wait until the 3rd or 4th quarter to take command, thus wasting a good opportunity for an oil change before winter (PSU & Iowa)

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