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Old 03-24-2007, 07:20 PM   #1
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Any one a Buckeye Fan

Boy, put a lot of work in her but i think she's ready to go. It's been a good winter poject. Lot of fun and a lot of scrape knuckles. Go Bucks.
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Old 03-25-2007, 07:01 AM   #2
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Thats a very nice Big O ya have there John. Hoping the Buckeyes Go all the way. O.H.I.O.........
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Old 03-25-2007, 07:42 AM   #3
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Old 03-25-2007, 07:54 AM   #4
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Boy, put a lot of work in her but i think she's ready to go. It's been a good winter poject. Lot of fun and a lot of scrape knuckles. Go Bucks.
Great job, looks good, what would make your picture even greater,change that big "O" on the great looking barn to a big "M" GOOOOOOO BLUE

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I think I'm going to be sick. Please Toastie, not with my morning coffee. GO BUCKS!
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Yup, I love the Aesculus glabra. You're talking about Buckeye trees, right?

Just joshin' with ya. I grew up in Ohio in the land of the Cradle of Coaches, had cousins who played for Michigan though, and was taught to throw a football by none other than the great Bo Schembechler himself. What's a fan to do?

I'm a confused buckeye, so you could put a big "O" and a big "M" right beside it and that would be me. OM! (balancing the karma)
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Yup, I love the Aesculus glabra. You're talking about Buckeye trees, right?

Just joshin' with ya. I grew up in Ohio in the land of the Cradle of Coaches, had cousins who played for Michigan though, and was taught to throw a football by none other than the great Bo Schembechler himself. What's a fan to do?

I'm a confused buckeye, so you could put a big "O" and a big "M" right beside it and that would be me. OM! (balancing the karma)
Had season tickets to the BIG HOUSE in Ann Arbor when Bo and Woody coach, loved every game, there is no doubt about it, Woody and Bo are the greatest coaches every, when Woody and the team traveled north the play
us, they would stay in Toledo, he always refereed to us as that team up north. One year Ohio scored with less than a minute in the game, and Ohio was leading by 50 points, Woody went for 2 points, and after the game, they
ask Woody why he did that, and his comment was that "I couldn't go for 3"
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Maybe the Buckeyes figured it out that they don't need CPR before they play ball now, two to go. It looks like Matta will lose Oden (the money will be too much for the kid to pass up) I hope he can hang on to Conley for a couple more years. Next year's class looks pretty impressive as well.
There's two pretty good coaches in Matta and Tressel.

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One more to go. your right about the coachs, i think they found two good one's. Thier records already prove that. Next when should be good. Oh well win or lose i will always be a Buckeye. I guess my barn proves that. GOOOOOO BUCKS.
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That Looks Great!
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As a teenager we used to ride our bikes by Mr. Hayes house. To us he was General Patton. In Columbus Football is Religion. I still remember watching Havelchek and Lucas on the court at St. Johns Arena. Oh yeh and John Mackey making play calls for THE COLTS of Unitas fame written on a broken arm plaster.
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