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BuckeyeOfTheTiger 12th Warrior

Clemson, SC (via North Canton, OH)

Member since 15 May 2013 | Blog

The Ohio State University, Class of 2012
Clemson University, Class of ~2017


  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 03 Feb 2016

Recent No. 1 signees per the 247Sports Composite

2016: Rashan Gary – Michigan
2015: Trent Thompson – Georgia 
2014: Leonard Fournette – LSU 
2013: Robert Nkemdiche – Ole Miss 
2012: Dorial Green-Beckham – Missouri 
2011: Jadeveon Clowney – South Carolina 
2010: Ronald Powell – Florida

2009: Matt Barkley – USC

Side note: 2012 was Missouri's first year in the SEC

Comment 03 Feb 2016

247 now has us with 1 5-star, 17 4-stars, and 7 3-stars...  do they really change the rankings on signing day??

EDIT: Never mind, I was looking at the composite rankings, your screenshot is of the 247 rankings.

Comment 03 Feb 2016
Comment 01 Feb 2016

If you're open to Macs, definitely look at the MacBook Air.  Flash storage, good battery, and enough power to accomplish what you mentioned.  The only thing your wife may not like is it doesn't have a disc drive.

Comment 27 Jan 2016

I think "spewing vile" is maybe a little harsh and hyperbolic, but I agree some tact would have been to his advantage.

Comment 21 Jan 2016

I mean, I get it, if somebody said something about the Buckeyes or any of the Cleveland teams to me, and were being serious about it, I'd get mad too. To be fair though, that's just DJ's sense of humor.  It's intentionally over the top, but with underlying truth.  Is Tennessee the prototypical organization?  No, but I took soulless to be hyperbolic, or lacking heart and passion, rather than evil or something similar.

Comment 20 Jan 2016

UV for prompting discussion.  I was only trying to point out that your analogy was not quite an "apples-to-apples" comparison.  I agree that college football is certainly considered the primary option over the CFL by the vast majority of players.  I think this whole debate is originated in the lack of a true NFL minor league, but that's just my opinion.