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New York (via Cleveland, OH)

Member since 15 July 2013 | Blog

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Voting Record: 17 / 3


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 Championship. Easy.
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Pittsburgh Penguins
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 19 Aug 2015

My B. Looked to see, but didn't catch it.


Comment 12 Aug 2015

Talk about a meteoric rise for Darron Lee!

Goes from 'Yeah...I bet you're gonna hold down Ryan Shazier's old spot...' to #6 player in all of CFB.

Fire Fickell!

Comment 03 Apr 2015

I think we should try and keep Cinci on the schedule every year -- they're the most legit program in the state after the good guys. And if that means going to them -- why not? Plant the flag in the Queen City. I know we wrecked them last year, but they ultimately had a good season; it's not terrible to have a high-mid-major champ notch on the belt when you're evaluating SOS. But let's keep more of that money in state --Western Michigan? There are no less than 6(!) MAC teams in Ohio -- rotate through them and keep that cool $1M south of the border!

Comment 09 Feb 2015

One of the things I like most is that these are clean hits. I don't think I'm drinking the Kool-Aid when I see a lot of wrap-ups, and lot of driving legs -- even that crackback where Corey Smith got tossed for targeting looks like a bum rap in replay. Well-coached defense for sure.

The Bullets are back!

Comment 02 Feb 2015

Right? I know these rankings are measuring things beyond the most recent match-up, but how people put these teams in order and say 'oh yeah -- Maryland just got spanked by Ohio State on National Television...3 spots ahead seems right,'

Just a little confounding.

Comment 16 Dec 2014

For serious though: go Tom! The meteoric rise continues. Remember when we plucked him out of Iowa St. and the general consensus was 'Huh?' I figure we'll be lucky to get a decade of Urban before he just burns out from being too intense and awesome. Meanwhile, Herman will parlay three years of Houston success into three years of some Power 5 HC job and then comes back home to Columbus to lead the good guys into the 2020s. See you in a few, Coach!