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Kansas (via Columbus)

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Voting Record: 854 / 104

Ohio till I die


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Best sports moment, where I was actually at the game. Has to be 2002 UM / OSU. Rushed the field after with my dad and brother, great time. Second best game I was at was probably Iowa in 2009, won in OT and also rushed the field.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Is there any other option? Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: The Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: CavsNation!
  • MLB TEAM: RollTribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Soccer?

Recent Activity

Comment 12 hours ago

I am not a doctor, and I don't want to come off as a know it all because I have no clue what I am talking about. I would assume though, since he was cleared, that his shoulder is 100% healed. Obviously he will have to build up strength, but by the time fall camp comes around, he will be just fine. That doesn't mean he will be the starting QB, as my prediction is JT Barrett, but he will be starting from a health standpoint, on the same playing field as everyone else. 

Comment 12 hours ago

What worries me about Mickey Mitchell is, in that whole almost 3 minute clip, I didn't see one single jump shot. So far, he is an athletic player that can pass, in the B1G though he has to be able to shoot. 

Comment 28 Jun 2015


I would like to see the amount of recruits committing to B1G schools from the NY/NJ area up to a couple years before Rutgers joined, and the past couple years after they joined the conference. Screw money, this is a brilliant football move from the B1G due to a recruiting standpoint. 

Comment 28 Jun 2015

I sadly will not be at the game. I'm just saying, sitting at home on the couch is definitely a way to save money, but in now way the best seat for the game. Nothing beats being in that atmosphere. 

Comment 27 Jun 2015

That will be the cheapest seat. The best seat will be having your ass in Blacksburg with Buckeye Nation! 

Comment 25 Jun 2015

I always recommend getting a throwback jersey. That way you know the mystique of the number is already set in stone, as well as you know what that person is all about as a human being and don't have to worry about becoming embarrassed of wearing the jersey in the future. An AJ Hawk jersey for instance would be a good one, so too would a throwback Archie Griffin. 

Comment 22 Jun 2015

I choose the 76ers. I just received an update that the T'Wolves have informed Karl Anthony Towns that he will be selected #1 (per sources). That leaves, in my opinion, Jahlil Okafor or D'Angelo Russell as the only legitimate options at the #2 spot. The Lakers are an organization that truly values a throwback big man that has a dominant low post game, I.E. Shaq, Dwight Howard. That is exactly what they will get from Okafor, although he struggles at the line, and isn't dominant on the defensive end. That leaves D'Angelo to be taken at #3 by the 76ers, a team who needs a player with a limited injury history, and at a position where they traded away their starting PG last year in Michael Carter Williams. I don't buy the hype that Kristaps Porzingis is a legit option to go in the top five, let alone the top three, and Emmanuel Mudiay didn't show enough against limited talent in China to warrant going ahead of D'Angelo as well. 

Comment 08 Jun 2015

I have thought for a few years that LBJ was the greatest basketball player of all time. With a championship this year, I believe the media will also start to talk about LBJ as if he is the best of all time as well. Insane because he is only 30 years old. 

Comment 24 May 2015

Kyrie Irving participated at the morning shoot around today, and is still listed as questionable. I understand the reasoning behind playing Kyrie if he is healthy so that if the Cavs finish out this series he is not rusty, and out of rythm in the finals. However, having Kyrie as close to as 100% as possible (from my understanding will need a couple months to truly get back to 100%) is much more important than worrying about him being rusty. The Cavs have no shot against the Warriors (yes it's 100% being up 3-0) without a healthy as possible Kyrie. Therefore, Cavs must sit Kyrie tonight, no need to risk tweaking the knee or ankle. Go Cavs! 

Comment 23 May 2015

Well hello Tom Herman. Next coach of The Ohio State University's football program. 

Comment 17 May 2015

That shirt isn't even as close to as bad as Ohioans on Saturday's, and Pittsburg natives on Sundays. #bandwagonlife 

Comment 11 May 2015

Maybe I am over estimating, but I think there is at least a 80% chance Kevin Love resigns with the Cavs, for another one year deal. That is what I believe most "experts" are predicting as well. 

Comment 10 May 2015

I applaud Georgia, and hopefully Ohio will soon follow. As stated it may not end NCAA violations, but at least the "adults" will be getting punished and not just the young college kids. 

Comment 09 May 2015

I personally don't think it has any influence. The main thing is a stronger focus on those regions, and hiring coaches who excell at recruiting in those regions such as Larry Johnson Sr. Moving to the B1G East should help Maryland and Rutgers, but I don't believe it will have any effect on helping Ohio State get some of those players. If for say Rutgers and Maryland were getting the top tier players in their states, then being in the East with those schools would help Ohio State land some of the second tier players, much like Michigan State with players from Ohio. 

Comment 09 May 2015

If I'm not mistaken, they are the same position. Both are WR's. I understand Mitchell is listed as an ATH, but with McCall and Hill being recruited as HBacks, I believe Mitchell is being recruited as a WR too. 

Comment 09 May 2015

Brutus - I couldn't think of any other way to put this, you are an idiot.