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Chicago, IL (via Ottawa-Montreal-Cleveland-Louisville)

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Recent Activity

Comment 24 Apr 2015

I don't need Gary. Do I want him? Of course.

But you know what I would love? Nicholas Bosa.

Comment 21 Apr 2015

Gotta agree here, Bubba. Even when he gets healthy, his athleticism isn't going to somehow jump him into a starting corner spot on Coombs' unit.

Comment 21 Apr 2015

You know what I've never seen The Prestige. That the magician one with Batman (Bale) and Wolverine (Jackman) in it?

Comment 21 Apr 2015

It's not for everyone. I didn't even quite understand it but I enjoyed it because of the way they tried to depict relativity.

Would probably choose Inception over it, though.

Comment 20 Apr 2015

I understand the image of "where were you when..." you're trying to portray. But let's please not analogize events such as 9/11 & assassinations with college football. Go Bucks, but..

Comment 17 Apr 2015

Definitely. There are also 4-star recruits that land in Illinois or Indiana, and I have to presume that there's a benefit and desire associated with them playing in a strong B1G conference with formidable competition. That is, the OSU's and the MSU's. So if you told a recruit that he was playing in a lower division for a year, or two years if they don't earn promotion, that's a tough sell.

Comment 14 Apr 2015

Can't deny that. At the same time, his dad was good enough to be drafted, and Nate's sisters were top-tier D1 volleyball players.

Hope your nephew has a good spring - hitting 80's on the radar at age 15 is awesome.

Comment 10 Apr 2015

This won't be a popular one. But Jason Lezak in the 4x100 freestyle relay in Beijing. Phelps' eight golds on the line, France who said they'd "crush" the Americans had a full body length lead going into the turn and he somehow out-touches Bernard for the USA victory. It was the most unlikely and intense sports moment I've ever witnessed, other than the last play of the 2003 Fiesta.

Comment 10 Apr 2015

4 to 6. A to B.