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OHIO (via Alliance, OH)

Member since 17 November 2011 | Blog

From NE Ohio, graduated from OSU with a degree in Psychology. Moved away for short time, now pursuing the dream of medicine back in Columbus.

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2011 Sugar Bowl. Not a dull moment on that trip. From the long, long car ride to all kinds of activities on Bourbon Street. From dominating in the first half, to thinking we'd blown it, to realizing we had won. From mockingly chanting "SEC" in the first half, to hearing Arkansas fans chant it right back in the second, to getting the last laugh ("F Mark May" chants included).
  • NFL TEAM: Browns and Titans
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets and Avalanche
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Inter Milan

Recent Activity

Comment 06 Apr 2015

Not quite what you mean, but here you go:


Comment 01 Apr 2015

How many times will Urban be accused of running up the score when 2nd or 3rd string QB (insert QB name here) comes in and continues to put up points?

Comment 20 Mar 2015

I think the biggest difference is in the experience of the OL.  Last year, we had 4 news guys and VT took major advantage of that.  This year, there will be four guys returning, and hopefully that equals a field day for EZE.

Comment 11 Mar 2015

I rather enjoyed their loss to Ohio University in the NCAA basketball tournament after they took such delight in referring to us as "Ohio"

Comment 06 Jan 2015

Ramzy's famed article about Jim Tressel is what brought me here

Comment 22 Nov 2014

Haha, after crunching the numbers, and with a p value of <0.05, the data is statistically significant for SUCK

Comment 22 Nov 2014

Yes, I agree.  I think they heard all of the backlash they were getting and are now overcompensating.  I (obviously) pretty much follow only the Buckeyes and so I can't speak for other teams, but I don't remember the last time we got this much love from their analysts and writers.  

Comment 16 Nov 2014

As long as the punishments are more consistent than the NCAA!