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McLean, VA (via Shaker Heights, OH)

Member since 17 February 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2003 OSU National Title win over U of Miami

  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 24 Apr 2015

The reason I'm taking Sparty is for the exact same reason I always use when picking against the Ducks... Oregon struggles away from home against teams with great d-lines (Ohio State, LSU, Auburn, Stanford, etc).

Comment 24 Apr 2015

I thought Sparty had a chance but I picked Oregon. The Ducks have a crazy home field advantage there and I would hesitate to pick almost any visitor to win.

Comment 24 Apr 2015

My grandfather, a Korean War Bronze Star recipient, used to stand outside airports with a "welcome home" sign for the Vietnam vets. He was often verbally harassed for showing support for the soldiers.

Comment 24 Apr 2015

Maryland is not permanently blocking showing American Sniper. A student group asked for a dialogue to be opened about certain depictions in the film and the university was open to it.

Comment 24 Apr 2015

You should see the crap that goes on at Maryland. The frats here are obnoxious and often unruly... I wish the university would disband them.

Comment 23 Apr 2015

I've had it for 8 years and have never had an issue.

Comment 22 Apr 2015

Columbus is substantially larger land-wise than Cleveland or Cincinnati. Cleveland and Cincinnati have tons of suburbs, which make their overall metro populations larger than Columbus.

Comment 22 Apr 2015

Ohio City Populations:

Columbus 787,033
Cleveland 396,815
Cincinnati 296,943
Toledo 287,208
Akron 199,110
Dayton 141,527
Parma 81,601
Canton 73,007
Youngstown 66,982
Lorain 64,097

Comment 22 Apr 2015

Ohio Metropolitan Populations:

Here are the biggest combined metropolitan areas in Ohio, along with their national ranks and populations.

16: Cleveland/Akron/Elyria, 2,891,988
21: Cincinnati/Middletown/Wilmongton (Ohio, Ky. and Ind.), 2,214,954
24: Columbus/Marion-Chillicothe, 2,031,229
41: Dayton/Springfield/Greenville, 1,066,261
50: Toledo/Fremont, 732,291
54: Youngstown-Warren-East Liverpool (Ohio and Pa.), 670,685
100: Lima/Van Wert/Wapakoneta, 179,552

Source: Census Bureau

Comment 22 Apr 2015

I wish the feds would stop sitting on their hands and finish separating the great lakes from the asian carp infested rivers.

Comment 19 Apr 2015

OL recruiting may be a head-scratcher to you but our OL success should put your mind at ease. We may have missed on a few top guys over the years but we are getting the right guys for our system.