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There are 25 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Sep 24, 2010, titled WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News. In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Okay, I'm not even going to waste your time by getting too in depth for Saturday's "game" between Ohio State and Eastern Michigan.

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Omniscient

Sunbury, OH

#1 Sep 24, 2010
Maybe the Buckeyes could work on some things. For example, maybe Pryor could learn to pitch the ball when he runs the option. Maybe Pryor could at least look at another receiver besides Posey when he needs a big play. Maybe Pryor could learn to stop throwing off his back foot when he tries to put air under a ball. Maybe the Buckeyes could learn how to run a screen pass, our overweight lineman could use the exercise. Maybe we could teach our special team's unit to stay in their lanes. Maybe our defensive lineman could work on some stunts so they can get a sack once in while (or at least pressure the QB). Maybe one of our five tailbacks could break a long run for a touchdown--its been too long. Agree?
Tressel is a coward

United States

#2 Sep 24, 2010
PLAY SOMEBODY PEOPLE !!! PAD YOUR STATS, YOU AND YOUR " PROGRAM" ARE A JOKE!
poor metacognition

Columbus, OH

#3 Sep 24, 2010
omniscient: maybe the paragraph pertaining to the never-pleased fan was aimed at you? i have a sneaking suspicion i'm not the only reader to make that assumption.
chris

Columbus, OH

#4 Sep 24, 2010
the ohio state football program should be persecuted for scheduling eastern michigan
Omniscient

Sunbury, OH

#5 Sep 24, 2010
Metta Cog.--“If it ain't broke, don't fix it' is the slogan of the complacent, the arrogant or the scared. It's an excuse for inaction, a call to non-arms.”--Colin Powell.
Jake Stidd

Saint Clairsville, OH

#6 Sep 24, 2010
Not to be as critial as the above (Omniscient)poster, I do agree in part to all concerns. Counting Andy Miller the O line will have a combined over 110 starts Sat. I'm not certain there is a college team in America with that many starts. Even though we read that lineman are grading high each week there still is not much rushing yardage. IMO, if it wasn't for the super blocking of the fullback(Boren) it would be much worse.

The only thing that can be hoped for Sat. is that all players come out of this game healthy.
otters21

Columbus, OH

#7 Sep 24, 2010
As much as the Bucks are doing fantastic this season ( and I do anticipate an OSU blow out win against E. Mich.) I hope they don't begin to rest on their laurels. Starting next weekend ( they play Illinois who are nobody to sneeze at) they will begin to play the more meatier Big Ten teams. I hope that they will show what they are really made of and have one heck of a winning season. Go, Terrell and Bucks!
Joe

Delaware, OH

#8 Sep 24, 2010
Better put up 70
EMU Alum

Beallsville, OH

#9 Sep 24, 2010
On behalf of EMU, Thank you OSU for funding the Eagles athletic dept for the next decade.

Since: Apr 10

Columbus, OH

#10 Sep 24, 2010
I'm sure a rousing game of Tresselball will negate all the predictions.
Educated Fool

Austin, TX

#11 Sep 24, 2010
EMU Alum wrote:
On behalf of EMU, Thank you OSU for funding the Eagles athletic dept for the next decade.
You're Welcome!
Donna R

Columbus, OH

#12 Sep 24, 2010
I don't know why we are even playing E Mich Not much of a challange but ya never know, we cant get big headed then lose.

GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!

wrw

Since: Jun 10

Evansville, IN

#13 Sep 24, 2010
chris wrote:
the ohio state football program should be persecuted for scheduling eastern michigan
The schedule reflect the Big Ten/MAC conference contract- It is a way for the MAC schools to support their athletic program with the money they receive.
conway

Reynoldsburg, OH

#14 Sep 24, 2010
Go Michigan
sam

United States

#15 Sep 24, 2010
Its a shame that people worship football, after all it is just a game, its not like they are curing cancer or developing the next 'big thing' to revolutionize the world. I dont know why so many people are into watching/worshipping football and its players. After all, these people shower together, slap each other butts, and tackle each other...I dont know about you, but that sounds pretty gay to me. Its just a game ok, why dont we give more attention to people that really make a difference in the world...like all those that do humanitarian work, doctors, firefighters, farmers (for which they provide the world food so we can all live), caregivers, police, and the like...I dont really know what draws people to bleed football, why dont you get off you lazy butt and do something that is actually rewarding for the community and for yourself.
Football sux and so does osu, get a life.
clcmrr

United States

#16 Sep 24, 2010
sam wrote:
Its a shame that people worship football, after all it is just a game, its not like they are curing cancer or developing the next 'big thing' to revolutionize the world. I dont know why so many people are into watching/worshipping football and its players. After all, these people shower together, slap each other butts, and tackle each other...I dont know about you, but that sounds pretty gay to me. Its just a game ok, why dont we give more attention to people that really make a difference in the world...like all those that do humanitarian work, doctors, firefighters, farmers (for which they provide the world food so we can all live), caregivers, police, and the like...I dont really know what draws people to bleed football, why dont you get off you lazy butt and do something that is actually rewarding for the community and for yourself.
Football sux and so does osu, get a life.
Sam, get a life!!
Columbus

Hayesville, OH

#17 Sep 24, 2010
clcmrr wrote:
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Sam, get a life!!
I agree! Buckeye football is more important!

O-H !!
Buckeye Fan

United States

#18 Sep 24, 2010
Let me say up front that I'm a die hard Buckeye Fan. However, when I see teams like Eastern Michigan on our schedule, to the exclusion of teams that are more well suited to compete with us, I have to scratch my head and wonder why do we schedule so many weak teams? I have often heard SEC fans complain that OSU won't put the SEC teams in our schedules. I don't believe for a minute that there's a single OSU player who is scared of any SEC team. But I do wonder why our schedule is so often padded with easy teams, and why we rarely put a really tough team like some of the better SEC teams into our schedules during the regular season. The SEC has a pretty good track record lately against Big Ten teams. Why aren’t we making a statement by challenging them head on to prove beyond a doubt that our coaching and teams are every bit as good as theirs are. The increased levels of competition would be good for teams from both conferences. I'm going to side with the SEC fans on this one. I don't agree with them that we're afraid to play against them, but I do wholeheartedly agree with them that we should have SEC teams in our schedule on a regular basis (at least 1 or 2 per year) during the regular season. If there are flaws in our coaching approach (i.e. too conservative, not enough creativity, etc.), that kind of a schedule will expose the problem and hopefully provide the impetus to fix it. If we start beating these teams more often than we lose to them, then it’ll be the surest way for us to know that we truly deserve the rankings we get, and that they’re not the result of a weak schedule.
Buckeye Fan

United States

#19 Sep 24, 2010
Are you thinking about signing up for Buckeye Vision to watch any of the OSU football games? Are you hoping that with your subscription you’ll be able to see archived video of past OSU football games? My advice to you is don't waste your money. I want to warn others about the Buckeye Vision rip-off. I paid for this alleged "premium" service only to discover afterwards that they only provide an AUDIO feed of the live football games, and AUDIO only of the full football games afterwards in their archives. They have video of some of the less popular sports, but not football. You can see a highlights video of the game that's about 3 minutes long, but no video of entire games exist on the web site that I have been able to find for either live or archived games. When I wrote to them to ask them up-front about which games would be a live VIDEO stream, nobody replied to my e-mail. The Buckeye Vision web site appears to be deliberately vague about the fact that video of the full games is not available on their web site. For more info, see the report I posted at ripoffreport.com . Do a search on their site for "buckeye vision" to see the report. The report also shows up within the top 10 when doing the same keyword search on google.
bigdaddy

Columbus, OH

#20 Sep 25, 2010
i would like to see ohio state lose, i remember the riot that put columbus in the news all across the country and the tax payers picked up the tab for all the damage,,, millions of dollars ,, so hope ohio state does lose by some grace of god.

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