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Kansas (via Columbus)

Member since 12 April 2013 | Blog

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 22 hours ago

Diehard Browns fan here -

Unlike any of the previous coaching staff's, I actually trust this one. Although I question some of the picks (Coleman over Treadwell/Doctson, and Kessler over Cook), I believe they have a reason, and know what they are doing. I love the philosophy of not reaching for any prospect, and if the guy they want isn't available, trading back and acquiring picks. The Browns have so many needs that this philosophy will take 3-4 years of acquiring picks/young players before it starts paying off. I just beg that Haslam stays patient with Jackson. The Browns have been a dumpster fire for decades, you aren't going to fix that in three years. Go Dawgs!!! #DawgPoundNation 

Comment 30 Apr 2016

Spring - He is the winningest QB in Michigan State history, and in three years led Michigan state to TWO B1G championships, including a victory over Ohio State, WON a Rose Bowl, WON a Cotton Bowl, and led his team to the PLAYOFFS. That's a cancer I can deal with. 

Comment 30 Apr 2016

Buckeye - Diehard Browns fan here as well. I love the draft so far, love the philosophy behind the new front office, but I DON'T UNDERSTAND taking Cody Kessler over Connor Cook or even Cardale Jones a couple rounds later. I was sold on Kessler until I found out that he was 6'1" with average arm strength AT BEST. 

Comment 30 Apr 2016

Columbus just reached the 2 million mark in population. It definitely isn't small. Big is a relative term though, and if Big is LA/Houston/NY/Chicago, then no Columbus is a medium sized city, and Des Moine is a township lol

Comment 29 Apr 2016

Awlin - Cavs swept a better Hawks team last season with an injured Kyrie and Love already being lost for the season. Cavs are playing their best ball since they've had the "Big 3", and just swept a Pistons team that the Cavs didn't match up well with. Cavs may sleep walk through a game and win in five, but it'll be a sweep. 

Comment 28 Apr 2016

Maybe, but Tunsil admitted to everything the account shared. Conversations are definitely real 

Comment 27 Apr 2016

Brutus - Agree 100%. I like 247 as a website because there is a lot more relevant date, updates on the spot, and because recruiting is so subjective, I feel as if the most reliable rankings are 247sports' composite rankings. 

Comment 27 Apr 2016

Johnny Manziel would be a franchise quarterback for the Browns, and that the Cavs would break the Bulls single season wins record in year two after after LBJ announced his return.

Also, Facebook a few months back reminded me that a few years ago I actually preferred Luke Fickell over Urban Meyer. I'm a moron. 

Comment 27 Apr 2016

This sounds like a lot of fun. Are we picking who WE WOULD SELECT, or who REALISTICALLY the team is GOING TO SELECT? I will pick for my Brownies. I'll be a better GM than anyone else who has tried. 

Comment 27 Apr 2016

Rocket - The next Manziel? Have I been completely out of the loop these past three years. I don't remember Eli getting in any sort of trouble. I do have bad memory though. 

Comment 27 Apr 2016

After initially reading the headline on another site, I thought Mrs. Apple may just be taking offense as any parent would if someone doesn't think her kid is as talented as they do, but after reading the article, there seems to be some sort of personal agenda against Eli for some reason or another. 

Comment 27 Apr 2016

The ESPN SportsNation "mock draft" yesterday evening had the Browns taking Elliot. Although the Browns have other positions of greater need, and I do like what I have seen in Crowell and Johnson, drafting Zeke would guarantee that the Browns wouldn't even have to think about the running back position for the next 8-10 years. As a realistic Browns fan though, I believe the safest, and smartest pick would be to take a future franchise LT at the #8 spot, provided they don't trade down any further.