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PS: Urban Meyer will eat your kids! Praise be to Allah!
Urban Meyer is making a strong bid to “flip” one of the country’s top wide receiver prospects to Ohio State, and land another top prospect from the state of Michigan.
Meh, looks like our board anytime we lose a kid or might lose a kid. Excuses of money, cheating, slimy coaches....fans are fans just different colors and mascots.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
We are turning into their rival. How cute
Their mad at Bill K too
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Thanks for sharing. That was entertaining.
When we whine, piss, and moan that Bama cheats....they care about as much as we care what sparty fans think.
he wouldn't let his players pose in the Playboy All-American magazine edition, he said, "Cause you can't play football with an erection."
Our board has never gotten that bad. Their board is always like that b
"Playing here is the closest thing to heaven on earth..." - Brian Rolle
Yup. With this much money in sports, college football is shady everywhere. Only the fan that buries their head in the sand doesn't realize this.
Cleveland Orchestra Baby!! World's greatest!! The Brown's wet dream is to be them. The Ohio State University-Where the Illibuck Lives!
The butt hurt is off the charts. The kid hasn't even taken a visit and they are losing their minds. I honestly thought we jump off the ledge way too early. But we don't throw in the towel before the kid even takes a visit.
But their thread illustrates probably the most glaring problem with the B1G. They are angry because Meyer is trying to flip the kid. They even tried to imply that Hoke had class because he didn't. Which was technically incorrect anyhow.
The other coaches in the B1G simply aren't cutting it. They've had cushy jobs and then don't seem to work hard enough in the areas that matter. I have never seen a staff work harder than this Urban Meyer tOSU staff. It is blowing my mind. Until the other B1G schools start putting forth the same effort and quit worrying about each other's feelings and start trying to always bring in the best, the B1G is going to continue to struggle nationally.
I'm all in favor of keeping dangerous weapons out of the hands of fools. Let's start with typewriters.
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Bad enough they are stuck in 2001 and are angry about flipping kids. But they are actually angry about trying to flip a 2014 kid and its not even '13 nsd yet lol
Like the one guys post (I'm getting out of here before this come to a full meltdownl) lol.
Buckeye in Longhorn Country!
Our board does blow up over some dumb shit, but the best part to me about reading that whole MSU board was all the negativity towards UFM. We all know Sparty would LOVE to have UFM as their head coach. I guess when your a Sparty fan and your not used to attracting all the top recruits, your going to get defensive when a rockstar even looks at your prize!
Must read. Hilarious people
Spartan fans have small dicks.....fact.
Funny as hell!! Our board gets bad, but the MSU board has the added little brother syndrome angst that makes them much more psychotic. Also whenever people on this board talk about the SEC paying recruits know that every program beneath us says the same about "O$U" It's all envy.
"Dorsey...under pressure...throws iiiiiit. Incomplete. The Buckeyes win!" - Keith Jackson
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