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Bourbon Meyer

from Dayton Ohio

Member since 18 August 2013 | Blog

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


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Donnie Nickey knocking down the final pass on the final play of the 2003 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
  • 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 26 Jul 2015

Yes today ese. Good luck and keep the Buckeye light shining in SoCal.

Comment 16 Jul 2015
Glad to see "Cowturd" gone. I actually sided with Harbaugh on that botched interview. Many thanks Phyllis from Mulga.
Comment 14 Jul 2015
No,YTOWNBUCKI, but as the camera pans around you see a car with an Ohio license plate. Noticed that the first time I saw it.
Comment 07 Jul 2015

I've also noticed that Urban likes to wear white on the sidelines a lot.

White is required by NCAA rules to be the universal away colored jerseys(?), but why wear it on the sidelines?.

I think Urban does that to distinguish himself from Woody

Comment 07 Jul 2015

I agree again with you CowCat. I would like to see a grey jersey with numbers framed in red, or vice versa, and red pants.

Comment 07 Jul 2015

Agree with the too many logos. The late, great Pat Summerall once said he didn't want football jerseys to become stock car racing uniforms.

Comment 30 Jun 2015

Cleveland : Mr. Hero

Cincinnati : Skyline Chili, Graters Ice Cream

Dayton: Cassano's Pizza (Not Marion's), Mikesell's Potato Chips, Upper Krust Chocolate Chip cookies

Comment 18 Jun 2015

Yes. I stayed up all night to watch that! That one belonged to the Reds!

Comment 17 Jun 2015
I must disagree here. When Withers left his famous last words were " I like an attacking defense". Not to knock a championship D, but I think Withers was a victim of Fickell's original bad scheme, and Vrabel's inept coaching. I know I'm knocking Buckeyes, but Vrabel attacked Urban, so he must have been wearing the shoe that fit in that meeting. Fickell's old scheme was completely "blown up" as Urbs put it. Finally, Withers did say that when he left. The "bend but don't break scheme" was Fickell's.