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Barnsey69


from Columbus, OH

Member since 26 September 2013 | Blog

Born and raised in Columbus, O-H-I-O! Graduate, and former employee of tOSU, so very vested in history and tradition of Ohio State.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Dorsey's incomplete pass falls to the turf, and the Buckeyes are National Champions.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jimmy Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Chicago Bulls
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 8 hours ago

Obviously all (or most) of us here have no additional information regarding his personal situation, which could be contributing to his issues. However, Ohio State has excellent resources for helping their students, both academically & mentally, so hopefully he will take advantage of those resources,and get his ship back on course. Because if he doesn't, the Buckeye Express will leave him behind for good.

Comment 26 Jul 2016

Yeah, luckily we did have 2 campers, so there were periodic AC breaks, but our group was almost 60 people, so not enough room at the inn! We are moving the annual camping trip to September going forward...football & nature...win-win!

Comment 25 Jul 2016

Just spent 2 days sweating my ass off camping, and since it was too hot to move much, we sat in the shade & mostly talked about how we couldn't wait for football season to get here! Media days bleed into the start of camp, then you blink and the Buckeyes are running out of the tunnel for that first game. Gonna be a good season, I can feel it.

Go Bucks!

Comment 20 Jul 2016

He was all set up to have his shot after 4 years of grinding, but threw it away because he can't control his temper. Personally, I will never understand how any man can hit a woman, and I am thankful for that. Hopefully she can recover from the experience, and get on with her life. Dunn is going to have to pay his dues, and then hopefully get some help for his anger issues.

I LOVE the fact that Urban makes it so clear to his players that this type of transgression is completely unacceptable, and there is zero tolerance.

Comment 13 Jul 2016

Very impressive bio indeed, and what a wonderful opportunity for these young men. I do wonder though, if any of them know McNamara looks identical to Lewis in Revenge of the Nerds...? Uncanny.

Comment 06 Jul 2016

This would be mine as well, or perhaps the 1996 UM game.

Comment 06 Jul 2016

Wolverines marched through a sport still in its infancy en route to another triumphant national title that only reptiles and one elderly Italian widow can truly cherish.

Awesome Ramzy. Saving this one for my UM buddies once the rhetoric heats up again in a couple of months. 

And in no way would I alter the outcome of the 2006 Natty, unless there is a guarantee that change in no way impacts Urban's eventual arrival in Columbus.

Comment 06 Jul 2016

This...yes this is the biggest dick move out there. Best counter move is the semi's that straddle the lane and keep drivers from doing this manuever. I tried it once, but as soon as one jack-hole passed me half in the grass...I moved over. I'll let someone else play Smokey & the Bandit these days....

Comment 06 Jul 2016

Amen. And Columbus' finest don't help the situation when they leave the vehicles in the middle of the road! Unless it is a serious accident with injuries, move that febder bender shit to the side of the road!

Comment 01 Jul 2016

SoulPatrol hit the nail on the head with his comments. Every class has athletes that can play multiple positions, and will eventually settle into one specific role. This staff obviously knows how to evaluate, and coach talent, so hopefully Malik is another "Darron Lee"...or better yet, the first Malik Harrison, and another 3-Star OSU success story.

As a product of Columbus City Schools, I am really pulling for Malik to be a special player. The most decorated player in OSU history, think 2-Heisman Trophies, is a City League product. I know times have changes, and OSU recruits nationally, and City League is not generally considered top competition, but Malik has the athletism, work-ethic, desire, & character to have a memorable career regardless of where he played HS ball. 

In the end, if he gets to play in front of 100K plus fans multiple times, gets all of those coveted OSU football alumni connections, have his family at all his home games, and gets a degree from The Ohio State University, then he is already is rarefied air.

Good luck to Mailk, and forever GO BUCKS!