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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching Miller hit Smith in the endzone against Wisconsin in 2011 with my wife and friends... Sylvester's game-winning shot against undefeated Illinois... Smith to Gonzo in Ann Arbor in 2005...
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Current - Ezekiel Elliott / Cardale Jones
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Current - Kam Williams
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 30 Jun 2015

Though you mention us only having Oklahoma in 2016, we also have @Wisconsin, @PSU, Nebraska, @MSU, and TSUN.... I think we'll be ok on SOS.

Comment 30 Jun 2015

Yea, their site was a bit confusing. However, if they project him to be playing for Urban Meyer, then they may want to reconsider the pro-style QB prediction.

Comment 24 Jun 2015

I'll go with 2017, because who doesn't want to go to the school that just won back-to-back-to-back national championships right before your NLOI day?

Comment 24 Jun 2015

to me, Breakthrough means a 3rd string afterthought comes out of nowhere to pick up a team and carry it to the ultimate prize, a national championship.

Well, your definition certainly does paint a pretty easy win for Cardale. That said, even the wikipedia description of the award would have to rank Mr. Jones pretty high on the list:

The Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award has been presented annually since 1993 to the sportsperson, irrespective of nationality, gender, or sport contested, adjudged to have made the greatest breakthrough in a major international individual sport or North American professional team sport. The award is typically given to a sportsperson in his or her rookie season at a given level but may be won by any athlete who in a given year improves his or her performance dramatically or otherwise becomes well-recognized.

Comment 23 Jun 2015

If you don't remember Nuge missing kicks, you clearly did not watch his freshman campaign. It was, in a word, brutal. To think that he became the kicking legend that he is at OSU after that is amazing.