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ChillitownBuck30


Member since 22 March 2012 | Blog

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Grew up in Chillicothe, OH. Now live in Las Vegas and work at Nellis Air Force Base as a contractor. Have an awesome 6 year old son. Buckeye fan for life!! O-H-I-O!!

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: THE GAME 2006...2014 Natty, I got to share that one with my son.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Braxton Miller
  • NFL TEAM: Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: none
  • MLB TEAM: none
  • SOCCER TEAM: none

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Aug 2015

I think it's highly possible that TTUN gets 9 wins (although the least amount of wins the better).  IMO they definitely lose to Penn St, Mich St., and TOSU.  On a tangent, I think Penn St is massively underrated this year.  But, I suppose we will see.

Comment 28 Apr 2015

From listening to the coach speak (not to put words in his mouth) it seems that if Braxton is fully healthy, and stays healthy this fall, he could be the #1 QB.  I would be so excited to see Braxton play with the weapons and offensive line we now have around him.  Yes, the coach will make the best decision for the team, but personally I can't wait to see #5 behind center.  He doesn't need the Kings arm to run this offense.  Man, Sept is so far away 

Comment 12 Mar 2015

Let's just say that Zeke is now my son's favorite player :)...I still get emotional when I see it for the 1 billionth time.

Comment 09 Mar 2015

Hey BuckeyeKnight.....Go Pioneers!!  ;)...graduated from ZT in 00...First time I have noticed someone from my neck of the woods on this site.  Either way, congrats to the Shermans...Have to say i haven't been keeping tabs on ZT bball.  We were pretty good back in my day lol.  

Comment 12 Feb 2015

The 2014-2015 season could not have been scripted any better.  Lose one of, if not the best defensive end in the country, lose a dynamic returner/h-back mid-season, have the second least starts on the offensive line in the country, a first year defensive backs coach (for tOSU), a first year defensive line coach (for TOSU), Lose the second game of the season, lose two heisman qbs, have an abundance of youth, tragically lose a teammate in Kosta, hold a 2,000 yard Heisman candidate rusher to 76 yds on 26 carries, and go into the playoff as the fourth seed.  Beat ALABAMA (king of college football and #1 seed) with yet another Heisman finalist.  And last but not least winning by 22 and holding Oregon, and the Heisman winner to their lowest point total of the season!  The FIRST Winners of the FIRST EVER CFP!  Just amazing!  This is history, and being able to witness it is something I will never forget!  GO BUCKS!!!

Comment 08 Jan 2015

Another reason I could see this happening would be to have a spy on Mariotta.  I realize that could be Darron Lee's job.  But I also wouldn't want to waste his athleticism as a spy.  He is a better player when he is just let loose IMO.

Comment 08 Jan 2015

That is a good point.  My thinking is that because of the speed that will be on the field having Armani out there instead of let's say a Grant or Perry (in specific down situations) would be slightly beneficial.  I am not an arm chair coach.  I'm just curious as to whether or not they go speed over power.  I think it makes sense simply bc of the tempo.

Comment 08 Jan 2015

Me too.  It's something different, and I suppose that's the whole point.  All in all I don't care how the field looks as long as The Ohio State University is celebrating on it afterwards.  GO BUCKS!  

Comment 15 Nov 2014

I am embarrassed to be associated with these morons.  I was upset about the turnovers, but my god.  Jalin, good job being the lead receiver on the day with a TD.  You will be just fine young man.

Comment 11 Nov 2014

All, I realize this is s repeat thread to some extent.  If you were Braxton Miller though, would it make you a competitor, or make you feel like the fans have written you off?  This is a what have you done for me lately society, and I realize that.  I have to think that all the mental reps, it being his last season, having more weapons on offense, and having competition at QB will make him a better QB than maybe we realize he can be.  I guess the point I'm trying to make is I personally want BM to be the starter.  Nothing against JT.  It's just that JT will still have plenty of time to be the QB we know he can be later on down the road.  Man crush?  Maybe, but I am pulling for Braxton as I think he can still be our best chance to win.