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Clancy


Member since 08 October 2011 | Blog

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Comment 18 Aug 2014

Was listening while watching this gif. Thank you for the laugh

Comment 15 Aug 2014

Sorry to hear about your loss HSC. It is a very difficult thing to go through. It is ok to grieve, your dog is just as much a part of your family as any other member. All that any of us can do everyday is to try and give our best effort. Be a good father/mother, be a good husband/wife, be a good person. It is very apparent that you were a good dog owner. You gave your lab 13 great years. You were lucky to have each other. Focus on all of the good things that you brought to each other. Your dog lived a long and happy life and you were both lucky to share that time together. It will take time to heal, but things will get better and you will appreciate the time that you shared together. Keep your head up. All the best

Comment 12 Aug 2014

I've been a member of this site for nearly three years (been visiting the site since January of 2010) and I still only have 68 helmet stickers. I don't comment very much but I love everything about this site. Eleven Warriors was my therapy during the Tressel fall out and has been a regular part of my daily life ever since. Just wanted to say congrats. Looking forward to reading what you contribute

Comment 04 Aug 2014

It is time to pay these players. They are starving and they have nothing

Comment 02 Oct 2013

I agree with you Knarcisi. I am not defending the B10. I am just saying that the SEC has not done well in games vs ranked out of conference opponents this year. As for the last 7 championships Urban and Saban account for 5 of the seven championships. I feel that is the result of two teams rather than a conference. I look forward to beating them on the field.

Comment 10 Sep 2013

I don't see anything wrong with what Oklahoma State has done. They are innovators in my eyes. They should have been paying college players twelve years ago and they should be paying them today. Thank you Oklahoma State for leading the way. You are truly leaders of the pay for play movement.  -  (National Media)