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08:10 AM ET 03.06 | Mountain of a young man and former national high school player of the year Seantrel Henderson has trimmed down from around 375 pounds to 338 and looks the part of NFL prospect more than ever this spring. Henderson faced a decision concerning the NFL draft in the off-season, but it wasn't much of a struggle in the end. He had to know for sure he was going to be a first round pick. "I had to be honest with myself," he said Tuesday. ... "[And] I'm not the type of guy to start something and quit it. I'm going to stay through thick and thin no matter what it is. So I want to win. Point blank. Period. ACC, national championship, I gotta get something out of this before we leave, as a team."

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Seantrel Henderson (No. 77), US Presswire Seantrel Henderson (No. 77), US Presswire
March 6, 2013  08:34 AM ET

That NC road go's thru Columbus,Ohio this year......BUCKEYES!!!!

March 6, 2013  08:36 AM ET

So he's not the kind of guy to start something, then quit it?


BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!! You USCw guys believe that schhizzite?

March 6, 2013  11:14 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

That NC road go's thru Columbus,Ohio this year......BUCKEYES!!!!

Ohio State - HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HA HA HA HA!!!!!

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March 6, 2013  11:17 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

That NC road go's thru Columbus,Ohio this year......BUCKEYES!!!!

Are you saying that the truck that carries the crystal ball to Tuscaloosa will drive through Columbus, Ohio?

March 6, 2013  11:36 AM ET

Maturing? Really? Does "I gotta get something out of this before we leave..." sound mature? His his NFL appeal hadn't cratered, he'd already be gone.

In Columbus, Chef Urban Meyer is cooking something special. He's taking an undefeated season with the offense intact... adding the spice and speed of new recruited players... pinching in stud and fast pass-rushing DE's and will let simmer this fall. The opposition palates will be easily overcome and at the final feast all will rave at the Chef's prowess and 25-game win streak!

March 6, 2013  11:53 AM ET
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Are you saying that the truck that carries the crystal ball to Tuscaloosa will drive through Columbus, Ohio?

So, you see Bama sneaking in the back door again? Two years ago, Oklahoma State should have played, and last year, the Buckeys should have played. Whose spot does bama steal this year?

March 6, 2013  11:59 AM ET
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Maturing? Really? Does "I gotta get something out of this before we leave..." sound mature? His his NFL appeal hadn't cratered, he'd already be gone. In Columbus, Chef Urban Meyer is cooking something special. He's taking an undefeated season with the offense intact... adding the spice and speed of new recruited players... pinching in stud and fast pass-rushing DE's and will let simmer this fall. The opposition palates will be easily overcome and at the final feast all will rave at the Chef's prowess and 25-game win streak!

Easy River. While tOSU is definitely improving, just who did they beat in last year's undefeated season that was very good?

March 6, 2013  12:04 PM ET
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So, you see Bama sneaking in the back door again? Two years ago, Oklahoma State should have played, and last year, the Buckeys should have played. Whose spot does bama steal this year?

YEP...........thats just the way they do it in Bama.

March 6, 2013  12:49 PM ET

Not all snack crackers are made with properly mature cheese. At Cheez-It, we expect our cheese to be mature.

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March 6, 2013  02:04 PM ET
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So, you see Bama sneaking in the back door again? Two years ago, Oklahoma State should have played, and last year, the Buckeys should have played. Whose spot does bama steal this year?

Nope, sorry. Everyone could see who was the better team and they earned the right to be there. OK state did not. They had their chance and blew it.

March 6, 2013  02:04 PM ET

And Ohio State did not deserve to play last year, because YOU CHEATED!!!!

When you cheat, you don't get to play in the BCS CG. Sorry. Don't cheat and you'll possibly get there one day.

March 6, 2013  02:05 PM ET
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Easy River. While tOSU is definitely improving, just who did they beat in last year's undefeated season that was very good?

No one. They struggled against UAB, lol.

March 6, 2013  02:42 PM ET
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So he's not the kind of guy to start something, then quit it? BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!! You USCw guys believe that schhizzite?

I did chuckle just a bit.

March 6, 2013  03:12 PM ET
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Easy River. While tOSU is definitely improving, just who did they beat in last year's undefeated season that was very good?

C'mon. Let's not diss the litterer's row of a schedule they went through...

March 6, 2013  03:33 PM ET
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..... they earned the right to be there.

Losing at home and not winning their division or conference = earned the right to watch the NCG from home.

Losing at home and not winning their division or confernce does not equal "earning" it.

March 6, 2013  03:37 PM ET

Waiter...LSOP for everone!!

LUS>Arky

Time to pay the man....

I<3 corndogs!!

March 6, 2013  04:05 PM ET
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I did chuckle just a bit.

Oh, come on, you know it was a belly laugh, and you spit Dr Pepper 10 all over your keyboard.

 
March 6, 2013  04:32 PM ET
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spit Dr Pepper 10 all over your keyboard.

Nah!! It's not for women!! :-)

I>3 corndogs!!

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