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Game Thread Mili's 2004 Football Roster (dead link)

Discussion in '2004 Football Season Capsule' started by BuckeyeInTheBoro, Mar 31, 2004.

  1. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    Very have earned the title "Mili Genuine Draft":bow:
  2. OSUsushichic

    OSUsushichic Fired up! Ready to go! Staff Member

    Looks like you can take off Irizarry and Guilford :( Good work, Mili.
  3. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member

    Great job, as usual!
  4. DEBuckeye

    DEBuckeye It ain't easy, bein' cheesy.

    Sweet- nice work. You get another Buckeye leaf for your helmet.
  5. ohiobuck94

    ohiobuck94 Buckeye Beach Bum

    Super Duper :osu:
  6. IronBuckI

    IronBuckI Calmer than you are.

    Only one player born before 1981. Good God, I'm getting old.:(
  7. wdg01

    wdg01 Freshman

    Isnt Doug Datish a Guard, not a tackle?
  8. Good thinking, Mililani! Good basic building block for all sorts of future manipulations. Thanks.
  9. MililaniBuckeye

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

    wdg01: Isnt Doug Datish a Guard, not a tackle?

    Just going by the roster that was on the OSU site...
  10. themongoose32

    themongoose32 Rookie

    Mili is a four letter word and Pimp is a four letter word. Coincidence or complete cosmic convergance?

    The Mongoose
  11. ScarletNGry

    ScarletNGry Moderator Staff Member

    That is very nice Mili. Great work. I will get plenty of use out of that.
  12. ATLbuckeye

    ATLbuckeye Newbie

    is schlegel supposed to be listed as a SR. on your chart???

    Last edited: May 27, 2004
  13. MililaniBuckeye

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

    Roster changes

    Here are some roster changes I've noticed with the posting of the new roster over on Bustnuts:

    Ben Kacsandi, QB (#13)
    Matthew Ciepiela, QB (#14)
    Tyson Gentry, P (#21)
    Matt Daniels, FB (#36)
    Ryan Lukens, LB (#52)
    Matt Drummelsmith, LB (#61)
    Drew Parry, OL (#76)
    Kyle Ruhl, WR (#87)
    Brent Daly, DL (#92)

    A.J. Trappasso, P/K (#15) (off roster because of suspension?)
    Brian Pierce, K (#17)
    Steven Moore, CB (#20)
    Dennis Kennedy, RB (#23)
    Matt Trombitas, QB (#24)
    John Kerr, LB (#33) (temporarily off?)
    Grant Miller, FB (#35)
    Jamal Luke, WR (#37)
    Steve Fender, FB (#39)
    Joe Bradley, FB (#58)
    Dimitrios Makridis, LS (#58)
    Wes Scott, S (#61)
    Derek Coker, DL (#65)
    Chris Schlichter, DL (#65)
    Andree Tyree, OL (#69)
    Bryce Culver, DE (#74)
    Maurice Lee, WR (#86)
    Chris Moses, LS (#91)
    J.D. Bergman, P (#?)

    Albert Dukes number changed from 9 to 5.
    Trevor Robinson number changed from 23 to 16
    Brent Ullery number changed from 9 to 34
    Ryan Franzinger number changed from 40 to 35
    Micheal DeMaria number changed 36 to 48
    Justin Whaley now listed as Tyler Whaley, number changed from 79 to 54
    Drew Norman number changed from 68 to 58
    Marcel Frost number changed from 84 to 81

    I think this pretty much covers to get the roster for the site updated.
  14. AKAK

    AKAK If you hear the siren its already too late Staff Member

    This poor kid is going to have an identity crisis.
  15. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus

    Mili, Kerr is out at least one game.

    Trapasso is out a minimum of 2 games, and possibly red shirt season.

    Linebacker Kerr not on OSU's roster
    Jason Lloyd, Journal Register News Service 08/12/2004
    OSU Notes

    COLUMBUS - There were 105 players dressed and smiling during Ohio State's photo day on Wednesday, but the biggest name missing was linebacker John Kerr.

    Kerr, a transfer from Indiana, is not on the preseason roster and will not play in the Sept. 4 opener against Cincinnati because of an apparent team rules violation, according to an Ohio State spokesman. Buckeyes coach Jim Tressel said Kerr could be added following the opener.

    "He will be on the team and the roster, but it will not be through the first game," Tressel said. "The NCAA has a 105 limit through your first game. We didn't choose to have him in the 105 that we're allowed to bring."

    Tressel refused to elaborate as to why Kerr, who prepped at St. Ignatius, is not on the roster. He led Indiana in tackles in 2002 before transferring. He was listed third at middle linebacker on the spring depth chart, behind Anthony Schlegel and Mike D'Andrea.

    MIA, part II

    Punter A.J. Trapasso, cited twice over the summer for underage drinking, will likely miss the first two games and could end up being red-shirted.

    On signing day in February, Trapasso was thought to be a viable option to replace Ray Guy Award winner B.J. Sander. Now the likely options are Josh Huston, a converted kicker who lost the job to Mike Nugent two years ago, and Kyle Turano. Both Huston and Turano are fifth-year seniors.


    Cornerback E.J. Underwood made a spot appearance over the summer on MTV. The network pulled college students off the street around various parts of the country and asked them to view "Farenheit 9/11," the controversial documentary directed by Michael Moore. Then they filmed the students' responses.

    "I was out one night just walking the street, and one of the producers asked if I wanted to watch "Farenheit 9/11" and then talk about it," Underwood said. "I said 'yeah, I'd do that.' "

    Underwood didn't want to talk about what he really thought of the movie.

    "A lot of people have opinions on it," he said. "I made some good points, but I can't remember what I said."

    Underwood said he never really thought of himself as a political person, until now.
    "It totally caught me off guard, but now I'm trying to keep up with the news to see what's going on," he said. "I'm more involved into that."

    Court short

    Tailback/safety Ira Guilford could enter a plea as soon as today on second-degree felony charges brought against him and tight end Louis Irizarry in connection with a robbery that occurred in late April.

    Both players are likely finished for this year, and it's hard to imagine either playing for the Buckeyes again, although Tressel left the door cracked yesterday.

    "You don't know the length of those (court) things," Tressel said. "Having completion enough to make decisions institutionally, then athletic department-wise and, finally, football-wise and academically as well."

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