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chemicalwaste


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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Cie Grant's sack of Ken Dorsey
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Current: TBD Ever: Eddie George
  • NFL TEAM: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Who cares?
  • MLB TEAM: Who cares?
  • SOCCER TEAM: Who cares?

Recent Activity

Comment 07 Sep 2014
That's fine, but what does that have to do with Dontre Wilson being color blind and running into his own team?
Comment 07 Sep 2014
No. They're really not that good. Nothing has shown anything to the contrary. Play makers make plays. Plays aren't being made. Therefore there aren't any good play makers other than Devin Smith and curtis samuel.
Comment 07 Sep 2014
Well, I don't think anything more given has been said. Care to actually contribute anything?
Comment 07 Sep 2014
He's more like a home run hitter who grounds out to first or pops out to the catcher.
Comment 07 Sep 2014
That's what I've been saying for years. The people in the stadium are either compete introverts or too afraid to fart in front of their spouses, let alone clasp their hands. Ohioans are generally lazy, I think.
Comment 04 Sep 2014
I can't for the life of me understand why people get so downvote happy for any post that isn't done like a cheerleader and talking about the invincibility of players once they put on a uniform on game day. If you disagree, cool, disagree, but say why. Don't be a lazy puss and downvote and run. Upvote to cancel at least one. I'm sure I'll get some hatred. I hear what you're saying. Thinking causes slow reactions. Slow reactions lead to bad plays. I have a feeling the coaches look more at it from the perspective of being able to trust players to be in the correct position so that other players know exactly where their help is. If he doesn't show that in practice, it's tough to trust him just on being a gamer. Although in the bowl game it looked like he had a beget grasp on the scheme in some situations some of the veterans.
Comment 03 Sep 2014
But what if you prefer the view or the seats in the seating area but wish to stand? Or maybe the seating area is too big for the amount of tickets sold and the standing area is too small for the amount of tickets people would like and you get screwed into sitting the whole game? Or the best seats are reserved for sitting so the people who want to sit don't have people standing in front of them, so you have to take a lessor seat to support your team the way you're speed to? There's always someone who isn't happy and gets screwed when any kind of policy like that is enforced.
Comment 03 Sep 2014
Couches and recliners are way more comfortable than stadium seats. Even the ones they put out for you on the benches. If you need to stay seated, you can be accommodated. If you just want to sit and be a turd and ruin everyone's good time, stay home. It's like going to a bar and complaining about people drinking and the music is too loud. Or go hunting. Everyone has to be quiet and hold still or its going to suck. It's just part of the experience and should be expected, not reigned in.
Comment 03 Sep 2014
You're probably right. They generally don't even care if you're drinking, as long as you're not becoming "that guy" who has been drinking far too much and making a scene.
Comment 03 Sep 2014
Fans That don't sit during game play? And they wonder why people think Ohio stadium is a quiet place to play. You're not even allowed to stand with out getting the cops called on you. Absolutely lame.
Comment 30 Aug 2014
I work with a guy who always likes to say, "Todd McKay has him high on his board," when I tell him somebody espn talks about sucks. I just remind him of Jamarcus Russel.
Comment 30 Aug 2014
I'll watch even a bad game with spielman announcing. He's got it down. Doesn't kiss ass and calls it like he sees it and with some insight.
Comment 30 Aug 2014
Unfortunately it is. Just as he said something about his fat the lsu DBs are Wisconsin ran right past them.