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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 22 May 2015

We were at the YSU game and were laughing at the close scores originally. Then, in the early 4th quarter of our blowout, while their game was still close, we made the decision that the possibility of TSUN pain was more important than watching us close out our game. We bolted for a different BDubs (Bethel, I believe) and watched the end there.

Comment 22 May 2015

9/1/07 and we played Youngstown State, not Akron...but your point remains, it was a glorious day.

Comment 21 May 2015

We got to meet this family during our 5 years living in Pickerington and attending the same church. Deepest sympathies to the Johnson family. RIP B-Rock.

Comment 19 May 2015

Andrews set their win total at 11, a full game higher than the five teams set at 10 wins.

Comment 18 May 2015

Hate all of those mentioned above, as well as Crane Flies, which we have tons of near our house. As far as pests go, they're really not anything to worry about, other than maybe the larvae killing some plants or grasses. However, they look like 2" mosquitoes so they definitely make you jump a bit.

Comment 18 May 2015

Catalfino's in Pickerington.

Place had an awesome family environment, half-priced pizzas on Mondays, and the best Buffalo Chicken Pizza that I've ever had. Drove by one night and thought it was weird that the lights weren't on yet and found a note on the door saying they were closed after 38 years.

Comment 12 May 2015

Winston is the perfect example for my point. You're suggesting that Cardale's tweets could in some way affect his draft status. Meanwhile, a kid who was accused of rape, caught shoplifting and in trouble for yelling obscenities at school was taken #1 overall. I think that kinda ruins your theory.

Comment 12 May 2015

With all due respect, the #1 draft pick a couple of weeks ago was not only the class clown, but also someone with legal issues. I think you're reading far too much into harmless tweets by a law-abiding leader. 

Comment 12 May 2015

I went back and checked and Zeke had 8 more negative rushing plays than Hyde (2014 vs 2013, just regular season), granted he also played in 3.5 more regular season games. If that's the barometer that you use, then it's nearly impossible to beat El Guapo. Personally, I think Zeke is more explosive and gives the better chance of a 20+ yard carry. I'll take Zeke.

Comment 12 May 2015

Also worry things like this will come up after the season impacting his draft status(or maybe that doesn't... Free crab legs anyone?).

Isn't it also possible that having a sense of humor and being an outspoken leader could help his draft status by showing that he gets along with his teammates as well as getting the best out of them on the field?

Good discussion/debate. GO BUCKS!

Comment 12 May 2015

I believe we've reached the agree to disagree portion of the discussion. In my opinion, if Cardale were to simply tweet out pro-OSU thoughts and "Gosh, I'm working hard at football today," then it might appease some people, but wouldn't be a true representation of a young man who obviously has a huge personality and a great sense of humor.

Comment 11 May 2015

There is no difference. Many people tweet funny comments about everyday life and their favorite teams, why is Cardale's in poor taste?

Comment 11 May 2015

I just cut and pasted and used the quote function. Not a big deal. I see your answers, so it all works.

If you simply take out the fear or worry from your response, then it looks like you actually don't mind his tweets, aside from maybe the Noah tweets. If they cross some sort of line and become offensive, political, racial, etc. then maybe he could stand to slow down or refocus his energy elsewhere. Until then, if he's sending out message about burritos, May Fools jokes, baseball opening pitches, and an NBA player (who, quite honestly, most people don't like, even Bulls fans) then I think this slippery slope isn't leading to anything dangerous.