Some of you are not as into Ohio State football as others, I know. Those of you who follow this blog know we bleed scarlet and grey through and through. For those who don't understand why we have such over the top pride in being Buckeyes, watch the HBO Ohio State Michigan Rivalry Special. To us its a way of life. Todd Boeckman, the former starting quarterback, who has been replaced by star freshman Terrelle Pryor is a great representation of a Buckeye. He has taken the demotion in stride and remains a proud and active captain of the team. He hasn't whined or moped like many young, spoiled athletes may have done in his same position. His teammates love him, and his positive attitude, and talent, still make him one of the top NFL quarterback prospects. The New York Times took the time to profile Boeckman's story and you can find it here...
AT OHIO STATE A CAPTAIN LEADS WITHOUT PLAYING
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
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