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Bourbon Meyer


from Dayton Ohio

Member since 18 August 2013 | Blog

I'm a Buckeye married to a Wolverine and living in Spartanland. Please someone help before I kill again.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Donnie Nickey knocking down the final pass on the final play of the 2003 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Archie Griffin
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Lawrence Funderburke
  • NFL TEAM: Dallas Cowboys
  • NHL TEAM: Detroit Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Manchester United

Recent Activity

Comment 04 Jun 2016

The better questions here, and just as relevant too are:  are you a Love or a Durant? Are you an Irving or a Jenner?

Comment 24 May 2016

I disagree. She's no Curt Shilling, a hater with an obvious political agenda. She's fun, witty, educated, she got a freshly-minted millionaire son. I think she'll work out fine, and it's good for OSU football.

Comment 15 May 2016

That's not what Withers said when he left. He said "I like an attacking defense."

Funny. After Withers left, Vrabel (physically) attacked Meyer, and he left too.

Meyer made Fickell#fire reapply for the job all over again because he (Meyer) needed a refresher on why he (Fickell) was he was hired in the first place.

2014 rolled around, and whadda know, we won a National Championship.

Withers was the scapegoat in a top to bottom flawed defense scheme that Fickell#fire cooked, seasoned and served up.

Comment 04 May 2016
Also, no Heath Shuler? No David Klingler? I had the great misfortune of paying my hard earned money to watch the Shula Bowl in Riverfront Stadium in 1994. Klingler put on the most godawful performance I have ever seen in pro sports, SMH.
Comment 04 May 2016
My take, and I have a long memory, is that any article that discusses great sports busts and doesn't have Brian Bosworth as7 number 1 and Tony Mandrich as number 2 is a worthless rag sheet. These two guys became actually celebrities based on their "supposed" athletic abilities. Bosworth was given a full 9 page spread in Sports Illustrated with a picture of him naked and talking about he feels sorry for the bastards that have to go up against him. Mandrich was on the Tonight Show flexing his muscles and saying he could beat Mike Tyson. Anybody remember that? They both turned out to be talentless clowns, and Mandrich lost his hair from steroid use I believe. Putting Greg Oden at #1 shows the usual ESPN Ohio State bias, but I have no problems with him being number 3. Bosworth and Mandrich should top the list of busts for all eternity.