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  •  I-O! (none)
    Ted Ginn for Heisman 2006.....

    Blog this! Visit me at K Street Blues. It will change your life. (Actual life-changing not a guarantee.)

    by AggieDemocrat on Wed Jan 04, 2006 at 12:57:17 PM PST

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    •  Heck yes (none)
      As the featured wide receiver in the offense, he'll be getting an awful lot of looks from another Heisman candidate in Troy Smith.

      And just wait till you see the nation's top recruit, Chris Wells, who will be sharing carries with Pittman come fall...

      |>Those who give up essential liberties for temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin

      by The Graduate on Wed Jan 04, 2006 at 01:02:52 PM PST

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      •  downright scary (none)
        I'm an Aggie by affiliation but am a native of OH and a Buckeyes fan, too. OSU's gonna be so legit next year ... damn!

        Blog this! Visit me at K Street Blues. It will change your life. (Actual life-changing not a guarantee.)

        by AggieDemocrat on Wed Jan 04, 2006 at 01:07:30 PM PST

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        •  What's scary (none)
          Literally, what is scary for us Buckeye fans is what our defense will look like.

          If Donte Whitner and Ashton Youboty go pro, then we'll be very inexperienced. If they stick around, our rebuilding efforts will be concentrated in the linebacking corps, where we will surprise people with our ability.

          We'll have a five-star LB recruit in Mike D'Andrea in his fifth year as a Buckeye.

          We'll have another five-star LB in Marcus Freeman.

          And we'll have a four-star in Chad Hoobler.

          For good measure, we'll throw in James Laurinaitis who did a tremendous job playing in Bobby Carpenter's place the past two games--he'll be a true sophomore. And lest we forget, Indiana's leading tackler from two seasons ago--when he was a true frosh--is a kid named Kerr.

          Our offense will be absurd. Our defense will have to step up.

          The talent will be there...the question will be the depth.

          |>Those who give up essential liberties for temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin

          by The Graduate on Wed Jan 04, 2006 at 01:12:25 PM PST

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