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OSU Track & Football Stars

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by Cornerback6, Feb 18, 2005.

  1. Cornerback6

    Cornerback6 Optimism Lover

    Lenix is an OLB....period. Tress has stated that more than once and he's made it very clear that OLB will be where Freddie's at.

    Ginn Sr. is amazing though. You simply cannot give the guy enough credit.
     
  2. strohs

    strohs Go Bucks!

  3. chril2us

    chril2us On here too much

    hartline and washington in the results too...

    Usually just lurk here....just read track results above and wanted to note that new recruits Hartline placed well in 400m hurdles and Washington placed in long jump...both as juniors. As noted earlier...Glenville is fast!
     
  4. akronbuck

    akronbuck Junior

    cornerback- in bsb it said, lennix will be a lb or safety but, with his size and desire from each coach it will be interesting and said , with his size as of now he will end up as a safety. He needs about 25- 30 pounds to be a lb in the big ten
     
  5. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    He can gain 30 pounds in the weight room while losing little speed. I think we can find room for a 6'0", 225 lb, sub-4.5 OLB.
     
  6. akronbuck

    akronbuck Junior

    mili= your right and its possible for him to gain those extra pounds in 6 months at a top flight weight lifting program at OSU considered to a public high school weight room. Those just blow

    The one at garfield is good compared to any city school but, is way behind next to hoban, st.v and walsh.

    c. wells looks like a body builder already wait until, he's at OSU for a year.:biggrin:
     
  7. MistriBuck

    MistriBuck aka MartyrBuck

    why doesn't Teddy Ginn run the 400meters? his split in the relay was 45.3.........easily the fastest of any of the relay guys of any school, and the meet record for the 400m is 45.7............i know it's different with a bit of a running start but still he had the fastest split of any of the other guys from any other team by almost a full second
     
  8. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    He does. He ran it at several meets last year, including state. Ran a 46.8 at state and got second, and it was his worst finish of the 4 events he did.
     
  9. cincibuck

    cincibuck You kids stay off my lawn!

    Many times, especially at a big meet, with prelims, semi finals and finals, it has to do with strength. A :45 400 takes a great deal out of your legs...it's a tremendous strength event... it also has to do with placement of the events, you open with the 110s, go to the 100 dash, and the 4X200... in the first half of the meet the only real rest sprinters get is the 1600 and anymore all the kids at the state meet are all cruising that one in less than 4:30. then you get the 4X100 followed immediately by the open 400. It's a real ball buster.
     

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