buckeyeEddie27's picture


Columbus, OH (via Springfield, OH )

Member since 03 December 2011 | Blog

Ohio guy. Brief stint in Indiana for school but brought my talents back to the Buckeye State.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Indiana game 2011.
    First game with my Dad since 1993. Hit the Skull Session, had decent seats, GREAT weather, Braxton set a school record, Bucks pulled out a victory, and to top it off after the game we got our picture taken with Gordon Gee and Gene Smith.
    I'll remember that day the rest of my life. That is what it's all about folks.

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: #27. '95 Heisman Winner,'96 NFL ROTY,9yr NFL Vet, 10K yd RB, Entrepreneur, Restauranteur,Thespian.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: ~still~ Aaron Craft
  • NHL TEAM: Would rather watch Buckeye replays.
  • NBA TEAM: Any and all former Buckeyes.
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Would rather watch Buckeye replays

Recent Activity

Comment 26 May 2016

   Qbgeddon, his DUI mistake, getting back and losing and getting back the job, and to a much lesser degree the weenie arm stuff will all prove to have been huge motivation for JT.  He's a quality guy who knows how to learn from that type of stuff rather than let it ruin him.      

   Someone on here already said it recently but the level of comfort with him behind center is up around the Troy Smith zone.  Laser focused, Talented and born to be a Leader.   

Comment 26 May 2016

Damn.  I never knew that.  

i'll have to second your comment.

Comment 26 May 2016

That sound btw is Baylor sliding back into obscurity.  

Comment 25 May 2016

I shuddered just reading it man.    Only top-of-mouth dental stuff I've gone through were novacain shots for cavities and wisdom teeth removed.

Comment 25 May 2016

My wife is avoiding your same dental fate. Slight gum line recession, which will probably end up requiring a graft.  Ironically, she too shares a vigor for dental hygiene.  Sounds f-ing terrible.

Comment 24 May 2016
Roby never ever lacked skill or talent. Motivation is what will propel him to greatness or keep him third string. Don't bet on the latter. He is a buckeye after all.
Comment 24 May 2016

Maybe it's a coincidence he suffered from CTE and depression and decided to take his life.   I don't think it's a stretch to say they're related.   There seems to be a pretty distinguishable trend among former athletes who sustained head injuries and suicide.

Comment 24 May 2016

Sadly confirms what many suspected.   Dave was a legend in his own time and should have lived to see his grandkids enjoy his legacy. Tragically, the very activity that garnered him fame consequently convinced him to leave it all behind.  Really is just a brutal cycle.  (And for God's sake no pun intended)