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All-Time Football Weight Lifting Records

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by Deezeldogg, Jan 11, 2007.

  1. Deezeldogg

    Deezeldogg Rookie

    Anyone know where I can find a list of the all-time weight lifting records for the football team by position? I know this info was on the weight room wall the last time I was in there a few years back. Can it be found online anywhere or anyone have the list and can PM me? Thanks!
     
  2. buckeye4ever21

    buckeye4ever21 Sophmore

    Pretty sure Kudla owns them all.
     
  3. Deezeldogg

    Deezeldogg Rookie

    I'm looking for the top performers by position, like maybe the Top 5 for each position.
     
  4. IronBuckI

    IronBuckI Calmer than you are.

    They don't do it by position. There are only three categories. Big, Big Speed, and Speed. I know that someone (jwinslow probably) has the pictures of the boards, with these on them, somewhere. I just can't find the thread.
     
  5. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

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  6. Deezeldogg

    Deezeldogg Rookie

    Thanks guys....I appreciate the help.

    I guess they have changed the format since the last time I was in the weight room. They used to have pictures of the top performers on the wall--I thought it was by position, but I may be wrong.
     
  7. buckeyechatter

    buckeyechatter ^Motor Boatin' SOB^

  8. bukIpower

    bukIpower Senior

    yeah the squat/vertical won't work for me.. same problem..
     
  9. Deezeldogg

    Deezeldogg Rookie

    Yes, they won't load for me either.......I will contact the OP.....
     
  10. Big Papa

    Big Papa Urban!!!!

    Speaking of weight lifting records, has anyone heard lately what Kudla is doing? The last I heard was when Pittsburgh released him because of an injury. He has quite a bit of talent and good speed and obvious strength, just surprised he does not catch on somewhere else? I was pissed when the Browns did not take him with a late pick last draft. The dude was Diesel and a hell of a ballplayer!!
     
  11. Deezeldogg

    Deezeldogg Rookie

    jwinslow says that he does not have the original pics anymore.... :(
     
  12. milkman21

    milkman21 didn't you get that memo?

    Damn, Andy Groom ran a 4.5!!! That guy had some wheels!
     
  13. BigEasy OSU

    BigEasy OSU Newbie

    Did Ted Ginn not make the list??:biggrin: What's his time?
     
  14. sandgk

    sandgk Watson, Crick & A Twist

    SIMV's photos may predate new figures, coming from April 2005. Guess we will have to go to Stadium and look for the updated Speed board in Spring.
     
  15. milkman21

    milkman21 didn't you get that memo?

    Ginn, a high school national champion in the 110 high hurdles, was clocked in an obscenely fast 4.06 for the 40-yard dash during spring practice.

    Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/story/486122p-409271c.html


    Frankly though, I don't believe that for a second.

    The fastest recorded 40-yard start to a 100m olympic sprint is in the range of 4.35-4.38--including reaction time to the starting gun. Football 40-yard dashes are timed from the moment a player begins running, so by subtracting a typical sprinter's reaction time from the olympian 40-yard dash, you're left with a 4.10-4.20 for the absolute best sprinters in the world. If a football player is ever listed with a 40-time of under 4.3 you should be skeptical, and if it's anything under 4.25 you should likely disregard it. If Maurice Green can only get a 4.2 on track spikes, then I really doubt that Ginn or any other football player is going to clock at under 4.3
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2007
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