A matter of safety: Ohio State footba...

A matter of safety: Ohio State football trainers try to keep player...

There are 43 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Aug 12, 2010, titled A matter of safety: Ohio State football trainers try to keep player.... In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Ohio State wide receiver DeVier Posey fights the heat at practice in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.

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Bob Freeber

Tiffin, OH

#1 Aug 12, 2010
Its Athletic Trainer not "Trainer". When are these people going to learn the terminology. there is a big difference in education levels when comparing an Athletic Trainer to a Trainer. You need Zero education to call yourself a trainer. Most people that are reffered to as trainers are either Personal trainers or they work with dogs and horses.
androgeny

United States

#2 Aug 12, 2010
Gator Gary

Columbus, OH

#3 Aug 12, 2010
Good story. Go Bucks!
Rok

Columbus, OH

#4 Aug 12, 2010
"On Tuesday, some players stripped down to their boxer briefs before entering. Each oval-shaped tub is designed to hold three men for five minutes. Boys being boys, some players start tossing ice at others; others ask them to stop."

Dispatch -- I think we need some video to go with this very important educational story about methods to combat heat exhaustion.
sha zam

Jupiter, FL

#5 Aug 12, 2010
In MIAMI the suns a baking, while in OHIO the buckeyes are shaking. Not from the heat, because OHIO has none. Rather, its the Hurricanes who have them crying for Mum.
sha zam

Jupiter, FL

#6 Aug 12, 2010
Rok wrote:
"On Tuesday, some players stripped down to their boxer briefs before entering. Each oval-shaped tub is designed to hold three men for five minutes. Boys being boys, some players start tossing ice at others; others ask them to stop."
Dispatch -- I think we need some video to go with this very important educational story about methods to combat heat exhaustion.
Five boys in a tub tossing ice cubes at each other? I thought you guys were running that kind of program.
Heywood Floyd

Carlsbad, CA

#7 Aug 12, 2010
Frank Kush is rolling in his grave. If it's hot and humid in early September looks like Miami will be ready to play and the Buckeyes will be afraid to take the field.

“Bleeding Scarlet and Gray!”

Since: Sep 09

Worthington

#8 Aug 12, 2010
sha zam wrote:
In MIAMI the suns a baking, while in OHIO the buckeyes are shaking. Not from the heat, because OHIO has none. Rather, its the Hurricanes who have them crying for Mum.
No, the Hurricanes were crying and huddled by heaters because it was too cold in January. All over the country players are dealing with extreme heat. Only difference is up here they can deal with cold, wind, rain, and snow. Down there if it's not 75+ they blame losses on the weather and field. I hope we get a cold front before 9/11...Miami may have to forfeit.
lol

Columbus, OH

#9 Aug 12, 2010
sha zam wrote:
In MIAMI the suns a baking, while in OHIO the buckeyes are shaking. Not from the heat, because OHIO has none. Rather, its the Hurricanes who have them crying for Mum.
cute just like your team
sha zam

Jupiter, FL

#10 Aug 12, 2010
Heywood Floyd wrote:
Frank Kush is rolling in his grave. If it's hot and humid in early September looks like Miami will be ready to play and the Buckeyes will be afraid to take the field.
Remember, 85 to 90 degree's is a cool day down here in South Florida. Keep pampering those boys and this thing is going to be a bigger cake walk than I thought. The Canes are going to put some licks on the hicks from the sticks.

“Bleeding Scarlet and Gray!”

Since: Sep 09

Worthington

#11 Aug 12, 2010
sha zam wrote:
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Remember, 85 to 90 degree's is a cool day down here in South Florida. Keep pampering those boys and this thing is going to be a bigger cake walk than I thought. The Canes are going to put some licks on the hicks from the sticks.
The Canes are good, they may get some licks in. But the hicks from the sticks will be pointing to the scoreboard at the end...and watching pretty boy Harris get carted off the field after Heyward puts a lick on him that even his uncles neighbor will feel.
Boca Buckeye

Deer Park, TX

#12 Aug 12, 2010
sha zam wrote:
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Remember, 85 to 90 degree's is a cool day down here in South Florida. Keep pampering those boys and this thing is going to be a bigger cake walk than I thought. The Canes are going to put some licks on the hicks from the sticks.
The Buckeye's are going to chase down that little QB of yours and it will be over in the first half. Don't worry though, the Buckeye's will show some class and get some reserves some playing time second half.
Buckey nut

Shreveport, LA

#13 Aug 12, 2010
Love the bucks but I had my sons team running 40's in H/I 100+ Louisiana....This story is filler

Sha Zam

ur team looked like scared puppies shaking on the sidelines last year in fla against big whiskey. Try the shoe in late Nov. Bucks crush caines.
Brutus

Monclova, OH

#14 Aug 12, 2010
Sham zam, your QB Harris had a minus 219 yds rushing last year. He lost almost 5 yards every time he tried to run the ball. The Buckeye defense will sack him all day. GO BUCKS!!
sha zam

Jupiter, FL

#15 Aug 12, 2010
Look, Harris replaced the guy who is probably going to be the starter at Purdue. Purdue beat you guys. Nuff said.

“Bleeding Scarlet and Gray!”

Since: Sep 09

Worthington

#16 Aug 12, 2010
sha zam wrote:
Look, Harris replaced the guy who is probably going to be the starter at Purdue. Purdue beat you guys. Nuff said.
Miami lost to a 9-5 Clemson team and a 8-5 North Carolina team in the same year....then lost to Wisconsin who we beat...nuff said.
HAHA

Columbus, OH

#17 Aug 12, 2010
sha zam wrote:
Look, Harris replaced the guy who is probably going to be the starter at Purdue. Purdue beat you guys. Nuff said.
by that logic, Wisconsin whipped you, we whipped Wisconsin...why even play the game?
Brutus

Monclova, OH

#18 Aug 12, 2010
sha zam wrote:
Look, Harris replaced the guy who is probably going to be the starter at Purdue. Purdue beat you guys. Nuff said.
Can you analyze the game by comparing offenses and defenses, etc? Anyone can sit here and say my team is going to beat your team. Until you can show that you have a brain, no one here is going to take you seriously. I'll be looking for your analysis the week of Sept. 4th. That will give you time to come up with something. There is a lot of hot air out there. We don't need more here. GO BUCKS!!
ODB

Columbus, OH

#19 Aug 12, 2010
Look out Buckeyes, according to Sha Zam, the Hurricanes want to lick you.

Gross even for South Beach.
sha zam

Jupiter, FL

#20 Aug 12, 2010
ODB wrote:
Look out Buckeyes, according to Sha Zam, the Hurricanes want to lick you.
Gross even for South Beach.
Sounds like there is enough of that going on in your tub with the boys with the ice cubes.

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