July 10th, 2011 at 3:23 PM ^

"I'm beginning to wonder what kind of BS tactics Freddy Flinstone is using. The success he is having is unbelievabe!! Got to be a lot of negative remarks being made!! "

lol  "Freddy Flinstone"  ....schadenfreude biaaaches!!!!

kevin holt

July 11th, 2011 at 12:52 PM ^

We all know you just photoshopped Flintstone clothes on Hoke. Wait... no? Carry on.

Seriously, there are far worse characters to be compared to, but that is actually right on the money. Points to whoever noticed that similarity, but take points right back for thinking it was an insult


July 10th, 2011 at 3:24 PM ^

These fuckin hypocrites had no problem at all taking our chunkified lineman Boren even though he was a lifelong UM fan, legacy, AND had already signed, enrolled and played against the bucks with a winged helmet on. A 17 year old prospect going to another school in the midst of a massive meltdown, coach resignation, and potential sanctions?....Give him the electric chair!!!!


July 10th, 2011 at 4:29 PM ^

i don't think this board was too friendly to boren, either. however, some of those comments were justified with the manner in which he left.

also, one of my favorite bucko quotes on kalis:
"I dont want this liar on my team anyways."

Ironic given that a significant portion of their team, coaches and administration proven to be liars, cheats and/or thieves?


July 10th, 2011 at 3:24 PM ^

It's schadenfreude-tastic for a while, but man, there is just some terrible stuff on there. It's like MLive x infinity, with calls for injury and some other stuff I don't even think warrants repeating. In other words, it's like the internet version of Columbus.


Indiana Blue

July 10th, 2011 at 10:06 PM ^

you must be young.  The truck driver reference is a famous Bob Ufer quote about the fans in the horseshoe ... something to the effect of "tsio has 10,000 fans and 80,000 truck drivers in attendance".  Certainly not "PC" in this day and age, but awesome back in the day!

Go Blue



July 10th, 2011 at 3:29 PM ^

Dee Hart screws us and tears his ACL and we all say what a shame and I hope the best for him, Kalis jumps off the sinking ship and they hope for serious injury.

AlphaBuckeye06 said...
A acl tear wouldn't be bad imo, if you not with OSU and goes to a conference rival then a injury is the the best thing that could happen.
I wonder if his boy toy Tom Strobel will be able to hold up without him.


July 10th, 2011 at 6:34 PM ^

The people wishing injury and questioning his manhood are the same ones who were posting about how great he was a few months ago.  I used to hate it when they wrote "scUM," but now I hope they do it more often.  Whenever they use that term, it's usually because they are pissed off.  It is much better when they are pissed, becuase it means they aren't getting what they want.  



July 10th, 2011 at 3:34 PM ^

"Good luck in the Outback Bowl, Kyle"

Opposed to watching bowl season from a couch in Columbus (IMO).... I really see this guys point.  Man that board is really full of terrible terrible people.


July 10th, 2011 at 3:37 PM ^

"Phuck this punk. Michigan? I hope he blows his ACL and PCL out. What a complete piece of trash this kid turned out to be. I will not cut slack to ANYONE who claims to be a Buckeye and then commits to scUM. I was 18 once, and I would never do such a thing. Complete asshole kid. His parents should be ashamed. I know I would be if he were my son."


Seriously though, who says "phuck"?


July 10th, 2011 at 5:37 PM ^

You should pay closer attention....I don't think I have ever cursed on this blog but I get censored all the time. I assume my censorship stems from calling out Brian for his rants against Hoke. Bashing the KOD is considered the ultimate sin on this board. The paradox is that I really enjoy most of the blog though I find Brian's cult of personality a bit much.


July 10th, 2011 at 9:17 PM ^

Somehow, I would guess that said poster did not have the option of choosing a full-ride football scholarship at the Ohio State and at "scUM."  In fact, based on his post mere attendance at somewhere like Columbus State might have been a stretch.