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  • SPORTS MOMENT: I had field box seats for Player-Manager Frank Robinson's first at bat home run against the Yankees. Never felt that kind of energy in my life since.
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Recent Activity

Comment 11 Dec 2014

Incarnate Word?  Who's next on the schedule?  First Apostolic Church of the Holy Ghost and Tumbling? 

Comment 08 Dec 2014

An avid Wisconsin fan,I got the text from my brother-in-law at halftime:

"Tough week.  You think your are hot shit and then you play Duke in basketball and Ohio State in football and you realize you're just Wisconsin"

Comment 02 Dec 2014

MG is a great back but he mostly likes to try to run behind those big cheese-eating linemen to the edges.  As soon as he sees an opening, he is very quick to run through the hole and he's off into the secondary.

Our linebackers simply can not let this happen with any regularity.  They must meet him in the hole or seam and tackle.  Show some patience and scrap down behind the D-lineman and LOS until he makes his move.  For gosh sakes don't try to overpower his lineman or run through our D-lineman to tackle him.(looking at you Grant and Perry)

Comment 01 Dec 2014

Well, the only people that put any stock in this award are those that need to feel good about "something" because it is not performance -based.  Urban's record is 34 and 3 so far.  That fact, in a sane world, would trump just about everything else. 

Comment 26 Nov 2014

This is a toss-up.  RR had no defense what-so-ever and Hoke has no offense ( last years game the notable exception).  I'll miss them both and hope the next ass-clown they hire is worse than both of them.

Comment 25 Nov 2014

I 've always thought that you play your best players.  How many leaders do you need anyway?  I just want a linebacker that can get to and tackle the damn ball carrier.  I fear that Gordon is going to abuse us if things don't change. 

Comment 25 Nov 2014

"The most promising aspect for Ohio State is that players largely do not repeat the same mistakes".

...with the exception of Curtis Grant!  He repeatedly makes the same mistakes and I have rarely seen him "read and react" and take the correct angle to the ball carrier.  He takes himself out of the play on that long run by Coleman as he has done before.

I don't understand why Kwon shares defensive series with him.  The coaches must understand how much better #5 is.