tBBC/BBN Roundtable: Final Football Thoughts

Written January 31st, 2014 by WVaBuckeye

There have been some pretty good round-tables from us here at tBBC in the past and this series will continue to excite!

I will let you guess who is on the right or left, Jeffy has returned to the middle

I will let you guess who is on the right or left, Jeffy has returned to the middle

We invited our comrades from tBBN to step in and speak their piece each week on the topics at hand. Want to thank each of them up-front before we even get started because they are all busy people in their day-to-days and are most definitely some of the best bloggers around; MOTSAG with Tony and Jeremiah; and Buckeye Empire with Chris and Ryan; as well as the usual suspects from these here parts pardner!

We thought we would tie up some lose thoughts, errr . . , ends on the football season.

What is your favorite memory of this past football season?

Empire Chris - Beating TTUN for the second time in a row, this time in their own house. Even though the game didn’t mean anything in the grand scheme of conference standings, it is still very satisfying to beat the Wolverines on their own turf.

Empire Ryan - Watching the growth of the defensive line, specifically Spence and Bosa.  Those two are on pace to be all-time great guys, and seeing their effort is one of the few positives about this year’s defense.

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Precious Memories

MOTSAG Jeremiah - Beating TTUN….

Patrick - Carlos Hyde’s run against Iowa. He was a beast and carried this team when it needed it most all season (when he was at least given the ball to do so) and that run was just some kind of athleticism to marvel at.

Charles - The awesome showing by OSU fans at Cal and the large number of Cal fans admitting that OSU kicked their butts in terms of the team, the fans, and the band.

Mali - Watching Buckeye Nation embrace Kenny Guiton… even to the point of having some “controversy” when Braxton struggled.

Ken - The emergence of Carlos Hyde as a legitimate, multi-talented football player and as a team leader.

Scott - Beating Michigan. Nothing is as satisfying. (Well, maybe an orgasm. LOL.)

WVaBuckeye - Mine is a tie actually, Kenny G setting  first half passing TD mark and El Guapo almost breaking Eddies single game mark, against none other than Illinois. 

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