If you are on MGoBlog, chances are you don't like many, if any, Buckeyes. We all have that one guy who, more than the rest, powers the turbines of hatred we have for our OSU rivals.
I nominate LB Andy Katzenmoyer.
As a freshman, Andy Katzenmoyer was the 90's version of James Laurinaitis, during a simpler time when Road Warrior Animal was the only member of the Laurinaitis clan you were familiar with.
From a hype machine standpoint, he was AJ Hawk without the Brady Quinn's sister sideshow. He started his first game as a true freshman, a fact that Brent Musberger wouldn't let you forget about over a three year period. He was God's gift to football, a self absorbed prodigal son who would see his play decline in the years following his tremendous frosh season. Everyone noticed he wasn't as good as his reputation- everyone except the media who decided to award him the Butkus Award and make him a 1st team All America his Junior season. He would ride his undeserved reputation to becoming a 1st round pick of the pre-Belichek Patriots, for whom he would play less than 3 years and be universally accepted as an awful bust.
From an academic standpoint, he set the low standard to which Terrelle Pryor would eventually aspire. It became common knowledge he was only able to stay eligible by taking "Golf" and was the beneficiary of having a very influential booster base who was adamant that academics would not interfere with OSUs on field success.
After losing in his first two attempts to beat Michigan, his team got it done in his junior (and final) season, winning comfortably at the Horseshoe. I was there, suffering with my fellow student road trippers just barely a year after we had stormed the field and celebrated with roses in our mouths and pepper spray in our eyes. The face of 1996-1998 OSU football, Andy Katzenmoyer. I don't like him. Who don't you like?