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Old 02-16-18, 03:15 PM
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Diva,

That's really a great story with having Vern Law as a house guest. I'm probably in a select few ( you know who you are) on this forum who can remember Vernon Law as an active player !

I'm also familiar with the Everly Brothers version of "Bowling Green", but not familiar with The Three D's. A little piece of trivia about the Everly Brothers rendition of "Bowling Green" That was the very last single that the Everly's had make the Billboard Top 40 in their career and it just barely made it at that. It peaked at Number 40 in July of 1967.

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Old 02-16-18, 04:29 PM
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JB - my copy of Woody's Boys has arrived. Big book!

Bucks need to get that win Sunday, somehow.

I look for Penn St. to win at Purdue.
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Old 02-16-18, 05:30 PM
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Bevo,

I'll be surprised if you don't enjoy "Woody's Boys". I have quite a few books on Woody and Buckeye football in general and this book is one of my favorites.

You are correct. . . the Buckeyes need a win in that "Maize Out" Sunday and it won't be easy, I just hope it's a better outcome than the "White-Out" was. I don't know what it is, but for some reason, no matter if it's football or basketball or even wrestling I have developed a real dislike for Penn State and particularly their fans. I don't know if it's the Jerry Sandusky/ Joe Paterno atrocity or the fact the NCAA really cut them some slack compared to the Buckeye "Tatoo Gate" witch hunt or that damn Nittany Lion screeching at their games or just the pure arrogance of their fans.

We have some friends from our church that went to an OSU/PSU away game a few years ago and after the game, some Penn State rowdys tossed cups of beer.( I don't know if they even sold beer there or not) on them as they were leaving. These people were in their early 70's and it was just ridiculous for this type of behavior. I believe it was the same game in which PSU fans were throwing cups of urine onto some of the OSU band members.

I probably should be rooting for another Purdue loss, but there is just no way I can find myself cheering for Penn State regardless of the circumstances.

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Old 02-16-18, 06:17 PM
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Old 02-16-18, 07:16 PM
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Wow, JB, that's incredible. The tackiness of some people is unbelievable.
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Old 02-17-18, 08:11 PM
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The Who / Squeeze Box Video...

Over the years I think I have seen every one of those shows ...

Way back when Bob Rupert was then basketball coach at McKinley,
The Super and BOE decided to consolidate/reorg the schools system.
Lincoln and Lehman would revert back to feeder schools to McKinley
and Timken. The Lincoln building would be sold to Heritage Christian
and Lehman was moved to a new building further west.

This would mean new assignments for the staffs; in basketball Ken
Newlon was the Head Coach at Lincoln and had more years with the
Canton City School system than Rupert and was assigned to McKinley,
Rupert was assigned to Timken. Rupert resigned and was hired by
the Whitacre Corporation (who did business in the Middle East) to
go to Saudi Arabia to help organize and coach a feeder league for
the Saudi international basketball team. He spent a few years there
and returned to the US to coach at The University of Akron.

Before leaving they held a going away diner for Rupert and hired a belly
dancer for the event, she did her thing and some of the men had RED faces.
(especially some of the media types).


Bob Rupert record at McKinley...
1974 Coach of the Year
He also coached the North squad in the N/S game once
and the Ohio team vs PA in the Dapper Dan Classic in PA.

1962-1975 (14 seasons) Won 273 Lost 56 (.830)
Never had a losing season
Never lost an opening tournament game
7 District Titles (1975, 1974, 1971, 1969, 1968, 1964, 1963)
4 Regional Titles (1975, 1974, 1969, 1964)
2 State Runner-ups (1974, 1969)
AP-Poll Rankings 9 appearances in the Top-10...
... 1975 (2), 1974 (1), 1971 (3), 1970 (4), 1969 (2), 1966 (1), 1965 (1), 1964 (2), 1963 (10)
20 Win Seasons (7)...1976, 1975, 1974, 1969, 1966, 1965, 1964, 1963
Produced...
16 All-Ohio Players
(2-POYs 1975 Phil Hubbard / 1969 Nick Weatherspoon)
5 All-Tournament players

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PS: the Surgeon General smoking warning is on the cover! (but not pictured here)

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Old 02-17-18, 08:27 PM
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The Who / Squeeze Box Video...

Over the years I think I have seen every one of those shows ...

Way back when Bob Rupert was then basketball coach at McKinley,
The Super and BOE decided to consolidate/reorg the schools system.
Lincoln and Lehman would revert back to feeder schools to McKinley
and Timken. The Lincoln building would be sold to Heritage Christian
and Lehman was moved to a new building further west.

This would mean new assignments for the staffs; in basketball Ken
Newlon was the Head Coach at Lincoln and had more years with the
Canton City School system than Rupert and was assigned to McKinley,
Rupert was assigned to Timken. Rupert resigned and was hired by
the Whitacre Corporation (who did business in the Middle East) to
go to Saudi Arabia to help organize and coach a feeder league for
the Saudi international basketball team. He spent a few years there
and returned to the US to coach at The University of Akron.

Before leaving they held a going away diner for Rupert and hired a belly
dancer for the event, she did her thing and some of the men had RED faces.
(especially some of the media types).


Bob Rupert record at McKinley...
1974 Coach of the Year
He also coached the North squad in the N/S game once
and the Ohio team vs PA in the Dapper Dan Classic in PA.

1962-1975 (14 seasons) Won 273 Lost 56 (.830)
Never had a losing season
Never lost an opening tournament game
7 District Titles (1975, 1974, 1971, 1969, 1968, 1964, 1963)
4 Regional Titles (1975, 1974, 1969, 1964)
2 State Runner-ups (1974, 1969)
AP-Poll Rankings 9 appearances in the Top-10...
... 1975 (2), 1974 (1), 1971 (3), 1970 (4), 1969 (2), 1966 (1), 1965 (1), 1964 (2), 1963 (10)
20 Win Seasons (7)...1976, 1975, 1974, 1969, 1966, 1965, 1964, 1963
Produced...
16 All-Ohio Players
(2-POYs 1975 Phil Hubbard / 1969 Nick Weatherspoon)
5 All-Tournament players

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I have this album... even highbrows have a sense of humor



PS: the Surgeon General smoking warning is on the cover! (but not pictured here)

EGA
Good info on Coach Bob Rupert, but don't forget that he also coached at Akron Firestone HS (where one of his players was Keith Dambrot, the former Akron Zips coach currently at Duquesne) and at Baldwin-Wallace before his tenure at the University of Akron.

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Old 02-17-18, 08:56 PM
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Northwestern led 43-17! Wow - book em'; that was the one!
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Old 02-17-18, 09:24 PM
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Northwestern led 43-17! Wow - book em'; that was the one!
#2 Michigan State, down by 27 points (43-16) to Northwestern, outscored the Wildcats 38-11 in the second half to win, 65-60. Yes, it was the biggest comeback in Big Ten history and tied for the 5th best in NCAA basketball history.

Suspicious statistic of the day in college hoops. Kansas out-scored West Virgina 19-3 in the last four minutes of the game to win, 77-69. Here's the questionable stat: Kansas shot 35 free throws; WVU shot 2. Guess where the game was played?
http://scores.espn.com/mens-college-...meId=400989189

Tomorrow, Michigan will celebrate miraculous Austin Hatch on Sunday vs. Ohio State. What a story!!
https://www.freep.com/story/sports/c...tch/346541002/

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Old 02-17-18, 09:34 PM
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I knew about Firestone, I forgot about BW.

He Coached in NW Ohio before McK... Pemberville (? I think) and Tol.Libbey.
His time at Firestone I am pretty sure they won a District Title.

Rupert was a USN vet who served in the Canal Zone and coached a base team there,
he was a sailing nut, and had a good sized sail boat up on Lake Erie.

I had him for Am.History in 1964, The year McK played Belmont. He was busy
preparing for the OHSAA Tournament during that time and have me show films
about the history of 'The America's Cup'.

(I was a Bell and Howell qualified projectionist).

I think I learned more about Sir Thomas Lipton's 'Shamrock' yachts quest to win the Cup
than I did about American History.



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Old 02-17-18, 09:59 PM
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I knew about Firestone, I forgot about BW.

He Coached in NW Ohio before McK... Pemberville (? I think) and Tol.Libbey.
His time at Firestone I am pretty sure they won a District Title.

Rupert was a USN vet who served in the Canal Zone and coached a base team there,
he was a sailing nut, and had a good sized sail boat up on Lake Erie.

I had him for Am.History in 1964, The year McK played Belmont. He was busy
preparing for the OHSAA Tournament during that time and have me show films
about the history of 'The America's Cup'.

(I was a Bell and Howell qualified projectionist).

I think I learned more about Sir Thomas Lipton's 'Shamrock' yachts quest to win the Cup
than I did about American History.



:>---

SALT

Originally named the '£100 Cup' ... America's Cup...if you pour a liquid in it, it will come out the the other end...
there is no bottom.
Great comments, ohiopup! I'll bet more than a few state tournament coaches utilized "a Bell and Howell qualified projectionist".

Bob Rupert did lead Firestone to the District Finals in 1977, but lost to that legendary Barberton Magics team led by Carter Scott and the Bodnar twins. Besides Dambrot, that Firestone team included Paul Heuerman (who played at Michigan). You might be familiar with Heuerman's son, Jeff. He played for Ohio State and is now with the Denver Broncos as a tight end.

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Old 02-17-18, 10:32 PM
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My wife, her sister, and our youngest daughter are Ohio State Alums.
Every once in a while we'll take in a girls game. The wife is sort of
burned out on the mens programs.

Any how, we used to watch them a lot when Katy Smith was there, went to a
game (OSU won). I went to get some refresments...I went for the Natchos,
Cheese, and the girl asked me if I wanted jalapeño peppers...
"Sure" replies the 'pup; so she loads them up, a lot and states that
lots of people skip them.

Well they were good going in but the next day... Let's just say,
I needed to sit on some ice! I still eat some but not like that ever again.

I know, TMI (too much info)

- - - - - - -

I think the men's Hoops team will make some noise come March Madness.

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Old 02-17-18, 11:16 PM
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Don't want to rock the flow but if you are looking for two great songs to watch and listen to, try "What Is Life" by George Harrison (video with the ballerina) and "Never Do That" with a smoldering Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders (video with the band playing and a street fair of some sort taking place).

Resume... .
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Old 02-18-18, 07:12 PM
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At you command sir!






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Old 02-18-18, 08:17 PM
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Much thanks, Bevo, for bringing up those wonderful songs and of course to ohiopup for the links.
It had been a long time since I heard George's tremendous and meaningful masterpiece. The one by the lovely Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders was new to me. Very enjoyable.
Listening to these helped a little bit after my beloved Muskies were taken down -- again -- by Villanova on Sat.
All in all, it was a tough weekend for basketball in the Buckeye state. For any Wright State fans out there, though, a huge win over NKU to put them in the driver's seat in the Horizon League.
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Old 02-18-18, 09:09 PM
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All in all, it was a tough weekend for basketball in the Buckeye state. For any Wright State fans out there, though, a huge win over NKU to put them in the driver's seat in the Horizon League.
Not having cable, I really heavily on ESPN3 replay but everyone is letting me down! Toledo looked ugly. Got to watch Xavier on network at least, which was going great until a big man decided he could lead the fast break even though he saw a defender coming up behind. The comeback did a quick 180. So I thought, ok, Cincinati, I'll watch on replay. Uh, maybe not. Still, no way OSU loses to Mighigan. I suppose I could be a Miami fan, they have a local player but, eh, can't get myself that desperate.

sigh, and now my Purdue is running behind Penn St. This will be a fourth in a row.

Whats a good song for placating sports blues?
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Old 02-18-18, 10:34 PM
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ohiopup - thanks much! I should have learned how to do this but I am lazy so it is appreciated. I just think these are great songs!!

Bucks in trouble. Rutgers iffy; Indiana on senior night - No. Thought Penn.St. would take out Purdue. Gut check time for the paint crew. Will Nebraska and Penn st. both make the tourney? Lot of head to head left this week with the middle tier of Big Ten teams.

If OSU ends up 24-10 that is amazing. Have been exposed. Diop and others soft. Poor guard play; pull up too often with the dribble with no idea where the ball is going next. No threes.

We needed the Cap. coach's kid! Our bigs are weak and can't jump. Potter never saw the floor and Wesson was out a long time. Holtmann message: play better and if not that - play harder.

On another basketball note from the past, my son was the ball boy during Upper's three years with Jon Diebler, including the state championship and a state runner up year. He has one of those reminder things on his phone and tonight he reminded me that on Jan 13, 2006, Jon's junior year, he scored 77 against Tiffin Columbian, as the Rams beat the Tornadoes 105-100. A player from Columbian, last name Moore, had 52. Jon set some sort of state record that night by going 27-28 from the foul line.

Jon's 77 was the most points scored by a player in a game since Jan of 1969 when Allan Hornyak went for 86, (including 40 field goals) in a game won by Hornvak's team from Bellarie against Tiltonsville 123-63.

During the wild Diebler years for Upper and from a team without Jon or Jake playing, Upper was involved in the second highest scoring game in state history on Dec. 22, 2007 when the Rams whipped Marion Harding 124-123. The most points ever scored in a game was between Dayton Colonel White and Sidney with the Dayton team winning 130-122.

Around our house about every 3-4 months someone will mention something from those years and we will recall with fondness when Upper was ground zero for high school basketball in Ohio. Diva remembers all of this as do other long time readers of the thread. Coach Keith Diebler is retired now, Jake is an assistant at Vanderbilt (after being at OSU for a few years) and John excells and dazzles in the highest level of the Euro league.

We went to a game a week or so ago and the gym was maybe half full ( and our boys are good) and I parked in an area where the satelite trucks use to pull in. Good times in a small town!

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Old 02-19-18, 12:17 AM
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We went to a game a week or so ago and the gym was maybe half full (and our boys are good) and I parked in an area where the satelite trucks use to pull in. Good times in a small town!
Yes Bevo and as we've mentioned before, those memories will last a lifetime.

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Old 02-19-18, 06:39 AM
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I LOVE our small town! Those years were fabulous. I went to every game for years as our children were also in band/pep band. I miss going; I just never think about it.

Jeremiah Diebler, also a basketball star in his time, is married with a daughter. Jake has gotten remarried after the first one didn't work out.

Rainy day today, which I will always love. New carpet for our upstairs, too; so I'll be busy putting our son's room back together today. The boys are coming home in March (the older one with his wife who has never been here). We're redoing their rooms. Ashley Furniture has gotten a lot of our money in the last month! I can't believe it's been 20+ years since we bought our crumbling house. (Our youngest was in kindergarten when we moved here, and he called it the broken house.) We've been restoring it little by little ever since. It's a big Italianate that was going to be razed had we not bought it. I knew it was ours the first time I went in to the mess. It was horrible in here! I adore old homes, and this one needed to be restored to her former glory.

Have a good day, everyone!
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Old 02-19-18, 07:27 AM
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Off to Columbus in a few minutes on this rainy day.

Diva - your house looks great!
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Old 02-19-18, 08:21 AM
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So nice when someone saves these old homes. Americana that can't be replaced. My little shack approaching 100 years old, has a bit of local connection to one of the most historical events in the city, I won't mention here. Hoping it holds up, don't have the resources but I think there's some structural things going on. Floors starting to sag badly in the middle but can't find any problems underneath, which means roof trusts I'm afraid.

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If OSU ends up 24-10 that is amazing. Have been exposed. Diop and others soft. Poor guard play; pull up too often with the dribble with no idea where the ball is going next. No threes.
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Your glass half empty is my glass half full. Teams have forgotten the 2-point shot exists. There's a whole area within the circle open, I'm glad OSU finds it. If Diop is "soft" I think you should credit yourself as being to first in American to discover it, most have him player of the B10 and maybe more.

It's the later part of the season. Teams are figuring each other out a bit. This new coach for OSU is easily top 5 COY in the nation. THey were picked what, last?

Going to be a VERY exciting B10 tournament, which of course I hope Purdue wins. Been great watching Dakota Mathias round out his career on a high note, hope it gets a deep run. OSU and Purdue in the Final Four? I can dream, right?

and I wouldn't swap growing up in the city for any experience. Back in the day, each neighborhood was it's own small town. Same thing I suppose, just a bit closer to the next "small town."
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Old 02-19-18, 09:30 AM
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I think it's wonderful when we love our childhood no matter where we grew up - city, country, rural, urban- it's all good. Memories and nostalgia are sweet.
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Old 02-19-18, 09:32 AM
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Thanks, Bevo, we've worked hard on it.
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Old 02-19-18, 09:36 AM
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Good memories are sweet. Seems the challenges that push many to develop beyond expected potential. I wouldn't have gotten where I got (not that that was anything impressive) if not for a great desire to change my situation. I can't speak for small town but the density of people in a city can provide a lot of those challenges.

My first real look at small town came when a college dormmate took me home for a holiday, as I couldn't get home. He lived on an Indiana farm. It helped me realize where that work ethic came from that I saw at college. And why they weren't my 130lbs. The food! I found I was pretty good at predicting pig weights. Missed calling I suppose.
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Old 02-19-18, 02:33 PM
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Old 02-19-18, 03:01 PM
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Holtmann has said repeatedly that teams are now going "physical" on Diop. Even he says he has to do a better job to get to his spots and to hold on to them.

Thank you for the compliment concerning my observation of the obvious. Our guard play is obviously another weakness. Running everything from half court, they still struggle for any kind of offensive flow. There may be spots open in the middle but I am watching a different team because I believe they struggle to move the ball anywhere right now.

Having said all of this and having said on here many times, their season has been miraculous. Holtmann has done a masterful job of utilizing what he has and getting great play basically from Diop, and very good play from Tate and Wesson, the frosh, and adequate play from Jackson, the other Wesson, Potter, Young, and Jollif.

Concur on COY, Diop as player of the year - probably - but the guy from Penn. State is pretty good .

My friends who read the bloggers say they say Kieta will go. Do you believe he is ready?

Many scribes feel the Bucks will have their hands full at home Tuesday against Rutgers because they will come after our guards. No picnic at all at Indy on Friday - especially if that is their senior night.

Still a shockingly good season and hope for the future with renewed interest from H.S. players in and out of state.

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Old 02-19-18, 04:48 PM
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I've watched a few B10 Matchups and my opinion is, they're ALL struggling. Meaning there's just so much even.

As you said, teams have adjusted to compensate for Diop. Him getting "tougher," just coach speak IMO. What's that term mean to you? Is he afraid to body up? Look at his rebound numbers. How physical do you want your best offensive threat to get, when you have little back-up if he's sitting on the bench with fouls? No, they don't want him more physical. He's not shown any tendancy to avoid contact. He plays smart and smart is what they need. Opinion.


Teams adjusted because they don't believe OSU has the man power to respond to the openings they have to leave when they play Diop harder. It hurts when even Toledo has a better young Ohio bred PG. But if this coach is more good than lucky, he'll have found a way to get those other players to fill the scoring holes opened by the defenses concentrating against Diop.


Ready for the pros? In what way? "Toughness?" He goes pro, he'll draft high. The coach is any good will play him for what he is ready for. Sure he's ready. Sure he could stay.


Guy from Penn St? Carr? On shooting % sure but on just about anything else? .... Not in the three times I've seen him. Not even same ball park as KBD or a few others I could mention. Just opinion.

A nice balanced recruiting class would be nice, with a very strong PG.
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Old 02-19-18, 07:04 PM
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I agree with the point guard part.
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Old 02-19-18, 07:28 PM
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a 7'3" 300 lb athletic center would be nice too, but one that doesn't hold his hands so low that Spud Webb could pick him.
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Old 02-21-18, 05:28 PM
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The Buckeyes bounce back big time and blow Rutgers off the floor on
Senior night.



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