I think you will get your wish.
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|6 weeks 6 days ago||Columbus residents||
I've lived in Columbus for the past 9 years, and for the most part, it is good natured ribbing. However, I would never put anything on my car or wear Michigan gear to a restaurant. Aside from drunks flexing for their boys, anyone that would do something dispicable wouldn't do it to your face. Like I said, most people are cool, but it only takes one coward to key a car or put some "fromunda" cheese on your steak. That being said, the Convention Center and Arena district is a great place to hang out. The Arnold is a cool event and great for people watching. Be sure to check out the North Market and tsio campus is a short drive up High Street if you want to see what people not smart enough to get into Michigan look like. Go Blue and keep Louisville weird!
|9 weeks 2 days ago||Cabs in Columbus||
They are ridiculously expensive. COTA busses are notoriously unreliable. There is plenty of cheap parking for the Schott, but you have to ride a shuttle with all of the osu mouth breathers.
|18 weeks 3 days ago||ohio by a mile||
Perhaps I'm just biased because I live in the belly of the beast, but ohio fans are just so insecure. They're the pretty girl that needs to tear everyone else down. And their obsession with Michigan (the state and school) borders on psychotic. MSU fans are just the desperate, drunk girl who'll do anything for attention.
|2 years 51 weeks ago||The worst vice is advice||
This year's point guard class isn't particularly deep, and his size and raw talent make him very desirable. However, with the looming lockout, it doesn't seem that any team would throw first round money at what some would deem a project. The young man has a tough decision, and I hope he is getting solid advice.
As far as the team goes, I live in Columbus and I saw Trey Burke play a couple of times. He's very fast and will be a great distributor, if not scorer. His Godfather (another M fan in Cbus) told me that he was ready to sign with Cincy. Ultimately, he decided a Michigan education was too good to pass up, even if it meant backing up Darius for a year or even two.
|3 years 13 weeks ago||At the very least...||
I hope Hoke will amend his schemes to fit his players, then recruit his "type" of player. I think that was what's his name's biggest mistake.