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buckeyestu


from tiffin,ohio

Member since 27 June 2012 | Blog

Buckeye fan all my life. favorite coaches Woody. and Urban; favorite players, A.J Hawk, Archie, Chris Carter, Maurice Clarette, Joe Germaine, Craig Krenzel, Chris Spielman, Mike Vrabel, Mike Doss, Jack Tatum, Eddie George, Beanie Wells, Santonio Holmes, John Simon, Aaron Craft, Jae'Sean Tate, Evan Turner, Greg Oden,

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: the championship game against the hurricanes, the 2014 sugar bowl game, and the championship victory over oregon
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: J T Barrett
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Tate
  • NFL TEAM: cleveland browns
  • NBA TEAM: cleveland cavaliars
  • MLB TEAM: cleveland indians

Recent Activity

Comment 20 May 2016
That looks nicer than mine. I put some rocks in a circle tossed in some charcoal and put a grate on top and cooked a hamburger once. Turned out ok.
Comment 17 May 2016
Wow, 108 days til football and misery until then. I guess i am a lucky person. I have a lot of things to occupy my time. A job, a garden, two male boxers to walk and play with, a yard to mow that takes about 90 minutes using a walk behind mower, some fishing to do, a good woman to spend time with, so many things to do. I barely have time to keep up with tribe and cavs. Yes i am a lucky person. Football will be here before i know it.
Comment 15 May 2016

I have never played cornhole, i hear it is kind of like pitching horseshoes,  which is what like to do. Someday when i get too old to pitch horseshoes, i will probably try cornhole.

Comment 08 May 2016
I hope every mother has a wonderful day.
Comment 04 May 2016

Summer being slow recruiting wise? My list of to do things will make summer go by fast. Lawn to mow, dogs to walk and chum around with, grilling out, visiting family who live a 5 to 6 hour drive from me, garden to keep up with, long days at work, need to finish my exterior house painting and other unforeseen things. Slow summer? I wish, but, before I know it football is back and I will be wondering where the summer went.