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Member since 08 December 2013 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Easy. Sitting in the stands in AZ watching the Bucks defeat The U for the crystal football.
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Wizards
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Barcelona

Recent Activity

Comment 28 Nov 2016

First, great article!  Love these breakdowns. Second, on the point about JT not having time...  I'd love to see the film breakdown on each sack.  It seemed like there were a good few where he just seemed to hold the ball a long time and then it all collapsed.  While the line had issues, it looked like JT was suffering from some indecision along the way.  Like go for it or throw it away or take off...  don't wait too long.

Comment 03 Aug 2016

Let's just say Bosa and the Chargers just can't come to terms.  How about we call this whole thing off and have Joey at practice on Sunday?  I'm sure Nick would gladly give up the 97 uni to his big bro.  All problems solved, right?  

Comment 18 Jun 2016

"The new Birm"...  It's like the lucky guy who eventually (hopefully many years from now) gets tapped to replace Urban....  Talk about walking into some BIG shoes!

Comment 18 Jun 2016

300 ish comments buried and down the list...  I still feel obligated to say thank you.  Just thank you, Birm, for everything.  It's been a true pleasure.  Good luck.  Buckeye fab for 40 some years.  Never knew as much about them as I do today, thanks to 11W and your hard work.

Comment 29 May 2016

I gotta say... if either of my sons were in this position, I would have a very difficult time not recommending a Stanford-type school.  Don't get me wrong, I'm as big a buckeye fan as anyone else on this site, and a loyal Ohioan, but man...  Stanford on the top of the resume and with that network of grads behind you... Or northwestern even (NOT ttun, for obvious reasons!)...  You're starting off life in a pretty great place.  This is no knock on any Midwestern state school, of which I am a grad, but that type of elite and prestigious education would be really tough to turn down...