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Member since 06 March 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship team is a no-brainer...I'll go with Evan Turner's last second, near-half court shot as time expires to beat TSUN in the BIG tourny. Unbelievable, and I loved Thad Matta giving TTUN's coach an earful - rumored to be in regards to him not voting for Turner as player of the year.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Braxton Miller, but other Buckeyes are fast approaching..
  • NFL TEAM: Brownies
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets, I guess?
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 08 Mar 2017

Didn't have two specific ones - but it's been mentioned a couple times that people have "heard" there could be two leaving.  Some speculated Dixon and Stump (and now we know Stump).  I hope Dixon is healthy and makes a splash.

Comment 08 Mar 2017

Very sorry for you guys.  I didn't know Corey and I think I joined 11W after his time.  But all of the staff chiming in and saying gushing these nice things about him, tells me I would have liked him.  Again, very sorry.

Prayers to his wife, son, family, and friends.

Comment 06 Mar 2017

Congrats on a finance degree - well done Mr. Clark.  Best of luck to you wherever you're headed next. 

I really wish we could have seen him more - he has blazing speed.

Comment 13 Feb 2017

I know I am biased against TTUN, but THIS is the type of thing that should not be allowed by the NCAA - if, as a fan, you want "level" playing fields for building teams.

I mean, they have rules like not sub-Tweeting a recruit past midnight when there's a full moon etc.

Comment 09 Feb 2017

I disagree with not beating Bama without a gimmick play.  Alabama wasn't fooled at all on that play (Thomas was welllll covered) and it just so happens it required a ridiculous throw by Spencer and a ridiculous catch by Thomas for that play to have resulted in a TD. 

EDIT: yeh, what Ahh Saturday said.

Comment 09 Feb 2017

I'll give him a pass...he was probably a tad busy raking in the greatest recruiting class in OSU history.