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Clemson, SC (via North Canton, OH)

Member since 15 May 2013 | Blog

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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 26 Jul 2014

For my 4 years of chemical engineering (graduated in 2012) at OSU there were no petroleum engineering courses offered or talked about.  That being said, they may be in the process of adding some, I'm not really sure.  However, many of my friends in both chemical and mechanical engineering were able to secure internships and full-time jobs with major oil companies.  There are several professors in chemE who teach traditional process design and development classes that would be useful in the oil industry, as well as very good transport phenomena, fluid dynamics, rheology, and polymer classes that would also be useful.

TL;DR - OSU is a good place to be for those who desire jobs in the oil industry.

Comment 17 Jul 2014

To be fair, only one of those Rose Bowls was really earned, and they lost that one to TCU.  Only someone like Bert could ride that wave of success.

Comment 26 Jun 2014

i definitely think both methods of determining a champion (playoff vs. the regular season champ) have merit and I guess I don't really have a preference either way, my point was primarily that the OPs logic in arguing against allowing teams who lose in the regular season to advance was inconsistent and that we embrace tournament style championships in American sports.  Either way, both methods are used in various soccer leagues and/or tournaments and the OP arguing against the mechanism of advancement in the World Cup is not really a rational argument for his dislike of soccer.

Comment 26 Jun 2014

If this was for the championship, I might agree with some of the things you said.  However, given that this is the effective "weed-out" phase and we did what we had to do to not get weeded out, something that we've had a historically hard time doing, it is pretty exciting.  Just because the US isn't OMGTHEBESTINTHEWORLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! at something doesn't mean that thing is bad.  I'm not traditionally a soccer fan, and I love both American football and basketball, but I do find it exciting to watch a sport where there isn't a minute-long stoppage every 5 seconds of game clock or free throws every time an offensive player breathes in the lane.

Comment 26 Jun 2014

All the world cup games so far have been on watchespn.com for free, no cable/satellite login required, so I would imagine that today would be the same

Comment 11 Jun 2014

Even delicious ice cream?  Come on man, high school sports rivalries can only go so far... (I'm assuming that's what this is about, since your profile says you're from Massillon)

Comment 22 May 2014

Obviously this is an ancillary concern, and I am way more interested in what this new defense will mean for the buckeyes in terms of winning games in the fall, but is there any concern that playing a simplified defense would decrease the NFL stock of our defensive players?

Comment 19 May 2014

I know some people would generally consider "aggrieved" par for the course for DJ, but bashing on holidays and parties? Come on, man!

Comment 15 May 2014

a healthy austin, a gordon fresh off suspension and trying to redeem himself, and jordan cameron... that could be a lot of fun to watch.

Comment 14 May 2014

That way Urban can swim, eat burgers and get drunk while the campers camp and his underlings coach. 

That's what the Olentangy is for, right?