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BrewstersMillions 12th Warrior


New Lenox, IL (via Chicago, IL)

Member since 22 July 2011 | Blog

Illinois by birth, Ohio State by choice.

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: OSU\Michigan 2004.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: The one, the only Terrelle Pryor.
  • NFL TEAM: Chicago Bears
  • NHL TEAM: Chicago Blackhawks
  • NBA TEAM: Bulls.
  • MLB TEAM: Chicago White Sox
  • SOCCER TEAM: Nah

Recent Activity

Comment 16 Sep 2016

Massacre. That's what's going to happen. Ohio State needs this one as much as OU does and Ohio State is bigger, stronger, faster, smarter, and Ohio State.

Buckeyes 44

Oklahoma 21

Comment 16 Sep 2016

In their defense, its the closest they got to a national title since Peter Warrick put the ol Tallahassee package on their head and said "Ya like that?"

Comment 16 Sep 2016

I'm not saying its not a word recognized by a thing that recognizes irregardless is a word. I'm saying its used wrong. A wrench can be used to stir a cocktail, doesn't mean you should use one to do so.

Comment 16 Sep 2016

You all (that's how its said-two words) are more than welcome but you've got big shoes to fill. The VT crew that came around last year (and still pop in from time to time) set the bar pretty darn high. Regardless, welcome. 

I mean...uh..

WE DONT TAKE KIND TO FOLKS WHO DONT TAKE KIND TO OHIO STATE ROUND HERE.

Comment 16 Sep 2016

This makes no sense. What is the point you are making? You are assuming that jersey sales and fan votes are all that matters yet the product on Sunday shows the exact opposite.

The clock in the NFL is even more limited because the contract isn't guaranteed. Guaranteed money in a deal is the biggest sticking point, and the reason most players seem to be money driven (for the record, who among us hasn't left a job for one that paid better?) because that is the only thing resembling a safety net they have. 

Comment 16 Sep 2016

Certainly.

http://www.nba.com/history/all-defensive-teams/

All of those guys to start. Please answer something for me so I don't sound accusatory. You don't think Aaron Craft is a better defender than everyone in the NBA, right? Like if he started for the Jazz tomorrow, you don't think he'd immediately become the best defender in the NBA, correct?

Comment 16 Sep 2016

My NFL team is the one that was closest to where I was born, but I never really had any 'interaction' with them so to speak.  They were just most convenient.

He also said that his NFL team was the one closes to where he was born, which is also the case of like 90% of college fans.

Comment 16 Sep 2016

I'm sorry, fandom isn't regional in college? That's why Ohio State's fan base is largely composed of people from Texas, right? It also explained all those people from Los Angeles that Roll Damned Tide. It makes sense too because when I was at Ohio State, I found nothing but Seminole fans and they were all from Ohio.

Comment 16 Sep 2016

That is inherently flawed. The same kids that were not as big as the game all of a sudden become bigger than the game? Also, because they get paid doesn't mean they are all about the paycheck. Watch Cinci and Pitt this Sunday and go ahead and tell me these guys care only about money.

Comment 16 Sep 2016

Everyone is talking about the traditions and the structure of college football and I agree. For me, the product on the field is more important to my viewership and the NFL is superior because its literally men vs. boys when comparing the two. College traditions are better than pro traditions. Professional football is better than college football.

Comment 15 Sep 2016

I can not explain how this happened but I made beer and there is still some left.There is a substantial amount actually. On a 5 gallon batch I can get about 46 bottles after sampling, waste, loss, etc. I have 24 left so the drink of the weekend will be Brewsters Millions Home Made Pale Ale. Got some bomb ass fajitas ready to roll too so I'm going to feast like a king while OSU picks the bones of the Sooner's carcass. Ohio State is going to beat this team into submission. JT goes nuts and moves to the top of the Heisman list while Raekwon gets arrested for assault and battery.

Ohio State 44

Oklahoma 21

Malik Hooker makes another set of plays that cements my theory that he is in fact Sean Taylor, reborn.

Comment 15 Sep 2016

Stars shine bright at night. JT Rips them for 400 total yards and 5 total scores. Raekwon goes full blown Alvin Mack on them and destroys.

Malik Hooker makes at least one "Are you effing serious?" play as well but its JT and the Chef's show.

Comment 15 Sep 2016

Come on man. The off season is where the hot takes are born.

1) Predict the rest of the recruiting class

2) Where will Anzalone sign?

3) Should Ohio State run with 6 QB's at once?

4) When will OSU promote Meyer to AD to hire Herman.

BOOM. I give you the off season.

Comment 13 Sep 2016

They are right man. Didn't you read the post earlier about OU fans not being confident about this game? There are some that think there is a decided schematic advantage that OU will be able to employ. I've been thinking long and hard about it and if you read between the lines, you assume they mean on offense against Ohio State's D. I think its their D against Ohio State's offense. I think I've figured it out.

The dreaded Bear Front. You all remember that right? 2 years ago in the Shoe, VT employed it and beat Ohio State's face in. But then I was thinking. VT deployed it again a year later and got shredded. Nay even before that, didn't Sparty try it in EL and get their teeth kicked in? So no. It can't be that.

Unless.......

Mother of God. Not "A Bear Front" but rather "BEARS front". SOMEONE WARN MEYER!!!!

The Oklahoma Sooners are going to use actual Bears against Ohio State. 

Comment 13 Sep 2016

No one needs to do anything more than what they are capable of. Ohio State's athletes are superior across the board. If they do what they are capable of doing, they will beat Oklahoma and probably handily. Oklahoma's A Game isn't enough to beat Ohio State's A Game.

Comment 13 Sep 2016

A lot of guys have a wrestling base. First and foremost in instills the discipline required to be a fighter. Secondly it immediately gives him a leg up on much of the competition as the skills he has (in boatloads) translates well. Its easier to learn effective striking and defense and become proficient in it than it is to learn the skills a gold medal wrestler has clearly already honed to a fine point. Oh and he's what? 21? If he goes the UFC right he's going to be good.

Comment 12 Sep 2016

Oklahoma best take notice. That question mark of a secondary is full of guys that demand they get the football. They bait QB's into throws, make great tackles in space and have both the desire and ability to turn INT's into Touchdowns. This is the most aggressive, intelligent, and fast secondary Oklahoma will see all season and probably is only rivaled by Alabama. I've been screaming blowout to anyone who will listen and nothing I've seen changes my mind. I do think it won't be a blow out in the traditional sense of the word but one of those games where a 21 point victory feels like a lot more. I'm in the 42-21 camp myself, with 2 scores coming late in garbage time from each squad. 

Comment 12 Sep 2016

I am a Bears fan and feel your pain. Essentially, they are the Michigan Wolverines of the NFL. They have cool uniforms, a cool fight song, and haven't won anything of value in multiple decades, yet love to rely on the fact that they used to be really good before smart phones, Wifi, the internet in general, or the Bush, Clinton, and Bush administrations.