I lived in the heart of Steelers country for four years while I went to college. You only get as much grief as you dish out, and I even had the nickname of "Cleveland". There is a difference between getting in fights and picking fights. From what I've seen here, I don't feel you're the victim of OSU fans. It seems to me that you're the one commenting to them.<quoted text>I predicted the Bucks would lose to a big deep team in the 3rd game of the tournament.Only thing I got wrong was I thought it would be Georgetown beating OSU instead of Tennessee.
I felt it was obvious the Bucks were very vulnerable to a big deep team and I was right.I guess I know more about OSU BB then most of you guys.I didnt have emotions getting in the way of my judgement either.
I've accepted that I live in the heart of OSU country and I can assure I've put up with way more grief then I give back.I like it here and have no intentions of moving away.
For everyone else, the Bucks had a good run. Going this far into the tournament was nothing to be ashamed of, and it gives us something to build on. If you look at what should have happened, the Bucks should have lost to Kansas instead of Michigan State beating Tennessee. Rankings are never guaranteed.
I'm proud of the Bucks and they played really well this year. It was high quality basketball that was a lot of fun to watch. Any team is vulnerable in the tournament, even teams like Kansas and Kentucky. People try and say they know whats going to happen because of a certain matchup, but in reality they don't. And for anyone curious, in my Final Four I had Duke, WVU, Kansas, and K-State. You don't beat your friends in Tourney Pickem (normally) unless you take some risks and pick what other people don't.
Go Bucks, and thanks for a great year of basketball. It was a pleasure to watch!