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Dallas, TX (via Columbus, OH)

Member since 29 July 2011 | Blog

Born in Columbus, family moved to Texas at 3 years old and been here ever since. Dad graduated from Ohio State, so naturally, the choice of my fandom was easy to make.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Cie Grant slinging Ken Dorsey to the grass like a cheap doll, and watching the football flutter helplessly to the turf. Commence celebration.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Chris Spielman, Mike Doss
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Scoonie Penn, Deshaun Thomas
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

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Comment 19 Sep 2016
Props to Oklahoma fans. I only read positive things about them this weekend, which is hard to pull off in the 21st century when a foreign horde of beer-swilling barbarians ransack your city and stadium.

And how true it was. Their fans were very hospitable, the stadium looked cool as hell, the atmosphere was awesome, and a few of them even shook my hand as they got up to leave midway through the 4th quarter when they realized the Buckeye coup was complete.

Oh yeah.... and it was fun as hell hearing and participating in the O-H-I-O chant throughout the stadium as the game wound down. 

Comment 15 Sep 2016

Good points Navy. What I was trying to express was the fact that on a national level, OU was not criticized anywhere near as much as the Bucks were for losing big games. I wasn't trying to say that OSU never lost big games. My point was that the national focus was more on us and the B1G more so than other major programs flopping on a consistent basis.

Comment 14 Sep 2016

It's funny how nobody ever talked about how OU routinely lost big games in recent years, yet during that same time frame when OSU wasn't always their best and the B1G as a whole struggled nationally, you heard about it everywhere. Ohio State NEVER struggled to win top matchups in the same way OU has under Stoops in the last 10 years.

But I will say, OU and the Bucks do share a common trait...... beating the piss out of Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.