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Member since 12 March 2013 | Blog

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I was an usher at the Shoe from 1997 to 2009. When I retired I moved to Allen, Texas (5A football state champs the last two years in a row - ask D. Wilson, M. Mitchell and the future soon to be one of the best linemen to put on tOSU uniform, Mr. Knox about Allen, Texas football). Love the Buckeyes and follow them throughout the year. Shout out to all my friends in section 23A - 25A Radar is alive and well.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 13 years as an usher in the shoe.
    The whole 2002 season. I had to be at the games early and I met every Tuba Player that year before the game who dotted the i.
  • NFL TEAM: Cowboys
  • NHL TEAM: Penquins
  • NBA TEAM: Mavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians/Rangers

Recent Activity

Comment 23 Jan 2015

DJ is training by trying to catch his three cats running around his van.

Comment 22 Jan 2015

DJ at JUDGEMENT DAY......Woe unto you what you did to the environment.....THREE CATS AND A MAN LIVING IN A VAN.

Comment 16 Jan 2015

His stock is high this year, maybe second round.  If he doesn't start does his stock fall?  The pros know what he has and that's another Big Ben in Pittsburgh.  Stay tight, enjoy school, enjoy the championship year and see what the future brings.  The NFL spends money on it's players like a drunken sailor on leave (no disrespect to our men that serve) .   If a team doesn't get the man they want in the draft, sudden retirement,  we'll then the supplemental draft comes into play.  I see a bright future with battlefield experience already shown.  Stick tight and enjoy the ride to the first round.

Comment 06 Jan 2015

I like my ducks all lined in a row.  Then I pick them off one shot at a time.  Let the DUCK HUNT BEGIN. 

Comment 05 Jan 2015

I think that's the OU Sooners, talk about not living up to expectations.

Comment 03 Jan 2015

What he said was "Y'all got to see this catch!  Now go getta camera on coach Sabin so I can see his face when you confirm that touchdown."