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Parents went to the ND at OSU game in 1995 when I was five, parents left me at my Uncle's. My dad told me who to root for before he left, my uncle and cousins were ND fans, they couldn't sway me and I puked on their couch for them trying, and OSU won. I don't really remember a whole lot about OSU football until their National Championship season when I attended their games against Cincinnati and Penn St.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Shot to send basketball game to OT In 6th grade lol
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Current: Ezekiel Elliot / My Memorable Lifetime: Beanie Wells
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Team USA, don't care about MLS

Recent Activity

Comment 12 hours ago

Well they(dogs) like to swim any way. If you really drowned in that manner I'm sure the cat would just question why he let such a dumba$$ be his companion

Comment 14 hours ago

If a cat shows you its stomach it is a display of submission and trust, basically saying you're my friend and I trust you. It doesn't mean, rub my belly like I'm a dog. My cat does let me rub his belly though, only softly and when he's not in hunt/play/fight mode.. He's rarely in that mode. He just likes to sit on my lab or next to me and eat and sleep. He also sits and comes to me on command about 70% of the time. Sometimes he's a dog. I find that male cats are more affectionate and obedient than the females.

Comment 14 hours ago

My cat poops outside and burries it so its never an issue

Comment 14 hours ago

Pretty cool. I like both animals. Cats obviously wouldn't be strong enough to do that 

Comment 14 hours ago

I can't believe I thought I wanted a dog... In all reality if a dog does that and is no longer a young puppy it's a reflection of the owner. Cats are generally a reflection of the owner as well. It takes time to train an animal and effectively communicate with it. 

Comment 01 Mar 2015

I think a lot of people had higher hopes for Amir, a former McDonalds All-American. His stats aren't exactly terrible and I won't bash someone for a lack of talent, but I think it appears to many that Amir is just completely apathetic 95% of the time. I'd almost rather have Evan Spencer playing center because I know I would observe effort. IMO he's a disappointment as a basketball player. You may disagree and that's fine but that is just my take. Unlike others I don't place the lack of big man production on Thad.

Comment 28 Feb 2015

People said Lee was too small... Just sayin. I guess you missed him destroy Bamas return men as well... They saw him coming, they tried running, but his closing speed was stunning, now in their dreams they see him coming.

Comment 28 Feb 2015

Despite the concern over DT, I believe the D-Line has superior depth compared to the LB unit and the difference is light years. Perry, Kwon, and Lee should be a tremendous LB core but Booker has not seen much time, Worley still needs improvement, Cam Williams.. Just no, Hilliard and Conner and Baker all true freshman. Our DL is going to be deep as hell despite the concern. Maybe a slight dip in the starting talent up the middle but Holmes and Hubbard are going to have everyone second guessing sliding protection to Bosa. The depth is there and Johnson is going to push harder to get more rotation. You could see the rotation in this B1G game and Oregon game. It's going to happen, 10-12 guys rotating. 

Comment 28 Feb 2015

I don't see Urban going to the NFL unless it's in Ohio or Florida. Would he really want to work under the ownership of either Ohio Teams? Would he give up recruiting and helping form boys into men? Are the Bucs, Dolphins or Jaguars places people would want to coach? I also don't think his family would support it too much.

Urban is going to want to retire early to be with his family and probably be a motovational speaker and be involved in volunteer work and helping people out. I see 6-10 years of smiles and dominance. Urban will win 1-4 more titles imo. He will actually retire from Ohio State which is unheard of. Urban is on point right now and has learned from his past.