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Dayton Ohio (via Born in Columbus Ohio)

Member since 02 June 2012 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1974 Rosebowl which i really enjoyed because i was there that day and it was a day i will always remeber.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: archie griffin / roger staubach
  • NFL TEAM: Dallas Cowboys
  • NHL TEAM: RedWings (hangs head in shame)
  • NBA TEAM: Lakers
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: never had one

Recent Activity

Comment 01 Jun 2015

I Figured there is enough threads on Miller that I would just post this News Link here rather than start a new one. But before warned that this is a CBS Dobb's the Douche Bag .

Comment 31 May 2015

I first came to this site in 2012 from the Scout site and was just here to read up on recuiting at the time because that's was talked about a lot over there. I never posted had first but soon found myself here more and more and less time spend over on Scout. And I soon joined about three months after first coming here and have not even went back to Scout since then.

I spend most of my time here and enjoy every minute of the time spend here. Its like coming home when you have been away for months and you can fill the butter flies and knowing your home with family and friends you know have been awaiting your return. Now I got the mushy feeling stuff out 11 Warrior's Rocks why anyone would want to go to any other site I baffling to me.

Comment 30 May 2015

I had a dram about this up coming game last night where after the first quarter TOSU was down 7-3 and then went on a run and the game ended up 75-7. I'm hoping to have that dream at least two more time's in the next 30 days because for some reason all my life if I dream some 3 time's in 30 days it come's true.

Comment 29 May 2015

My only prediction Is TOSU win the Repeats as NC and neither TCU or Baylor make the CFB's again which will bring more whinning from the Big 12 about how unfair the CFB is set up.

Comment 25 May 2015

Thank You Benwin  was really moved by all it and a Special THANK YOU to all who Served and may We never forget those who paid with their live's to keep us FREE.

Comment 24 May 2015

Vet fest was great and today I went by myself because she was down with her back which gave me a chance to do what I wanted to yesterday. Which was to walk the cemetery grounds and pick up the Flags that had fallen over and put them back in the ground. But all in all we had a Great time thanks for asking Linga. Hope everyone is enjoying this weekend and taking a moment of  silence to remember or fallen Bothers and Sisters.

Comment 23 May 2015

Had a great time there today they had food vendor's and booths to buy things and a lot of military trucks and stuff. Only thing I was a little disappointed in was I was there yesterday and left my number with  hope's I could help put the flags on the grave site's early this morning in a way to pay back for the honor of being able to serve and to honor those who did not make it home. But other than that we had a great time and may even go back tomorrow.

Comment 20 May 2015

Thank You M3 I always feel weird when friends and family say thank you and never no how to respond for doing something I felt was my duty. But you put it in words that should touch everyone's heart and make them understand what Memorial Day is really about. Thank You

Comment 20 May 2015

Sorry if you didn't earn then you don't deserve it that's just my thinking because Im old school. And I do get upset when I see people wearing  Military item's because they think they are either cool looking in them or try to come off has though the SERVED. Really pisses me off to no end.

Comment 19 May 2015

To answer your question Tussey No more than Bama's game's against..

1926-- The 1926 team, coached by Wallace Wade, completed the regular season 9-0-0, winning the Southern Conference championship. Alabama was then invited to play Stanford in the January 1, 1927 Rose Bowl. Coach Wade's team tied the Indians 7-7 to finish the season 9-0-1. The outstanding player of the game was Fred Pickhard. The team was selected as national champion by the Helms Athletic Foundation

1941-- The 1941 team, coached by Frank W. Thomas, completed the regular season 8-2-0. Alabama's squad finished 3rd in the Southeastern Conference after suffering losses to Mississippi State and Vanderbilt. Alabama was then invited to play Texas A&M in the January 1, 1942 Cotton Bowl. Coach Thomas' team defeated the Aggies 29-21 to finish the season 9-2-0. The outstanding players of the game were Holt Rast, Don Whitmire, and Jimmy Nelson. Selectors crediting Alabama as national champion once again included Dunkel, Williamson, and The Football Thesaurus.

1964-- The 1964 team, coached by Bear Bryant, completed the regular season 10-0-0, winning the Southeastern Conference championship. Alabama was led by quarterback Joe Namath. Alabama was then invited to play the Texas Longhorns in the January 1, 1965 Orange Bowl. Coach Bryant's team lost to the Longhorns 21-17 to finish the season 10-1-0. The outstanding player of the game was Joe Namath. Organizations crediting Alabama with the championship included the Associated Press, United Press International, and Litkenhous. Because of the controversy, the AP decided to wait until after the bowl games to select their champion in the 1965 season.

1965 -- The 1965 team, coached by Bear Bryant, completed the regular season 8-1-1, winning the Southeastern Conference championship. The Tide lost to Georgia and tied Tennessee during the regular season. Alabama was then invited to play Nebraska in the January 1, 1966 Orange Bowl. Coach Bryant's team defeated the Cornhuskers 39-28 to finish the season 9-1-1. The outstanding player of the game was Steve Sloan. The Associated Press and Football Writers gave Alabama the 1965 championship.

1973-- The 1973 team, coached by Bear Bryant, completed the regular season 11-0-0, winning the Southeastern Conference championship. Alabama was then invited to play Notre Dame in the December 31, 1973 Sugar Bowl. Coach Bryant's team lost to the Fighting Irish 24-23 to finish the season 11-1-0. The 1973 Alabama football team was selected national champions by the Coaches Poll as at the time the final poll was announced prior to the bowl games. Because of the controversy after the bowl loss, the Coaches Poll began selecting their champion after the bowl games starting in 1974.

And the game they never should have even been in. 2011— The 2011 team, also coached by Nick Saban, finished with an 11-1 regular season and was left out of the SEC Champsionship Game after losing to LSU at Bryant-Denny Stadium. When all of the other undefeated teams eventually posted losses, the polls sent the Tide to a rematch in the 2012 BCS National Championship Game at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. Alabama's defense held the Tigers to 92 combined yards on offense on the way to a 21-0 shutout. Jeremy Shelley kicked a bowl-record 5 of 7 field goals and Trent Richardson closed the scoring with a 34-yard touchdown run in the 4th quarter