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Bellbrook, Ohio (via Kettering, Ohio)

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Longtime Buckeye Fan and alum. I was there in '84 when Keith lost his shoe in The Shoe!


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1984, Buckeyes down 21 to Illinois. Come back to win. The game that Keith Byars lost his shoe!
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Blackhawks
  • NBA TEAM: Anyone playing the Lakers
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: What is this Futbol you speak of?

Recent Activity

Comment 1 hour ago

Will there be an 11W sattelite tracker on Gibson's movements?

Comment 23 Jul 2014

We've been blessed with some pretty good centers over the years.  Jeff Uhlenhake and LeCharles Bentley also come to mind.  As for overall best linemen I would have to go Pace, Stringer 1 & 2 with Lachey & Mangold 3a & 3b

Comment 21 Jul 2014

Not a fan.  College football IS fall.  Nothing like it, good football or bad football.  Not to mention completely screwing up reporting and recruiting of kids.  Just don't see any viable way it would work, let alone have people watch it.

Comment 18 Jul 2014

Most all D1 schools give the kids ipads...maybe the fireworks knocked out wireless at UM

Comment 16 Jul 2014

I am of the opinion that tOSU needs to go out and destroy every opponent they face in order to shrug off the perception of mediocrity in the B1G.  We can't have close games against anyone including MSU.  THE 5 night games need to be a showcase for a high powered offense, and a stifling, opportunistic defense.  Then everything will take care of itself, and then I don't care how many SEC teams are in.  We have to play ball, show we belong and there will then be no debate.

Comment 11 Jul 2014

For any of my fellow 11W memebers, I apologize for creating a post that some have decided was a troll attempt.  It was not and I apologize to those who thought it was.  I did not design these nor did I have anything to do with these.  Simply saw them and hadn't seen them before.  My bad.

Comment 11 Jul 2014

It was far from a troll attempt.  Kinda cool and rolling them out for use are 2 different things.  For discussions sake, perhaps I see things from a design perspective where I have seen MUCH worse and honestly I can see someone coming to me in my business wanting something like this.  I think everyone here has their judgement for lack of a better word "clouded" because it is tOSU uniform.  Anything outside of block letters, red jersey with arm stripes and gray pants is deemed a disaster and a revolt against tradition.  I agree it's WAY over the top, but it is far from the most over the top that's been brought to me to actually be done!  My point simply was, that I can see why the kids coming up, and some people think cool new uniforms are essential to recruiting.  I saw them when searching for something and thought it was an interesting discussion but guess I was incorrect.  When it comes to uniforms apparently there is no discussion to have.  

Comment 11 Jul 2014

Wow I guess I should have checked with the forum police before I posted.  I stated specifically that I wasn't advocating their use but had never seen them before.  I then decided to offer my opinion on why the alternate uniform trend is growing.  I should have checked with you first.  I'll be sure and do that next time.

Comment 08 Jul 2014

Greene's father lived here and he wanted to be closer.  He wants to be a big time reciever and will put the work in.  He has become a monster as far as size goes.  Can't wait to see him play.  Also was unhappy with the offense at G Tech being 80/20 run/pass.  G Tech was the hometown school though.

Comment 26 Jun 2014

I got to spend some time with him at the Border Classic and he is genuinely a very good kid.  Polite, was great with the kids looking for autographs and the coaches loved him.  Definitely looks like he could add a few pounds.  He had the biggest hit by far in the Border Classic, leveling a kid from *ichigan with a huge pop that I could hear 30 yards downfield.  Can't wait to see him in S&G!

Comment 18 Jun 2014

I had an opportunity to meet him and spend some time with him this past week at the Border Classic.  He is a great kid and is truly excited to be a Buckeye (Lattimore is as well).  He practiced hard and had in my opinion the biggest hit in the Border Classic.  He is very likeable and I wish him all the best!

Comment 15 Jun 2014

You have no idea how seriously the OHSFCA took this game.  The OHSAA had no part in it.  What exactly would you base the comment on?  Do you know why they were short handed?  Do you know who was contacted and didn't respond?  Do you know how many players were told by their respective schools that they couldn't play?  Do you know how many players had to take the ACT yesterday?  I'm not trying to be a jerk but your comment was ignorant, misinformed and baseless.  Before you come back thinking I don't know what I'm talking about, belive me I do.

Comment 14 Jun 2014

Alot of big names did play.  The semester system and early enrollment claims some of them.  Also some colleges wouldn't let their kids play (Miami of Ohio & Marshall among others).  Another factor was that several of the kids originally slated to play had to take the ACT today.  I hardly think it was pointless.  The young men had a fantastic week and made new friendships and really enjoyed themselves.  The monies raised from "these kind of games" goes to scholarships as well as coaching clinics etc., which helps keep Ohio as a hotbed of football talent.