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dtanmango

Detroit, Michigan (via Akron, Ohio)

Member since 08 June 2012 | Blog

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Class of 2011 in Political Science, International Studies, and Chinese Language.
High School Teacher in Detroit, MI

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2011 OSU vs. Wisconsin -- 3rd down, Braxton Miller scrambles back, evades a tackle, rushes up to the line of scrimmage and hurls the football in mid-air to fellow freshman Devin Smith at the end zone. UPSET.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Joey Bosa
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus BlueJackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Caveliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: N/A

Recent Activity

Comment 08 Dec 2014

more like "we just double punched our ticket to the College Football Playoff!" :P

Comment 05 Dec 2014

Honestly, all the hype around Gordon is misplaced -- it's really Wisky's O-Line that is really good (as seen by how their RB's really haven't done much in NFL...)

Shut down the lanes and beat their line and we come away with the W. #cleareyesfullhearts

Comment 04 Dec 2014

Onion kicks Michigan while it's down

That onion article is so hilarious because it's almost not even satire!! #LOL #stillhilarious

To quote one of my friends, "the emotional detachment of Michigan fans makes this actually really believable."

Comment 02 Dec 2014

Per the Big Ten:

The Big Ten is one of two conferences with more than two teams ranked among the top 22 in the nation in average attendance, with seven schools comprising that group. Ohio State leads the nation in average attendance at 106,296, followed by No. 3 Michigan (104,909), No. 5 Penn State (101,623), No. 10 Nebraska (91,249), No. 18 Wisconsin (79,520), No. 20 Michigan State (74,681) and No. 22 Iowa (67,512).


@Michigan, what use is the biggest stadium if your fans don't come to the game, even if you're selling the tickets for two 2-liters of pop?
 

Comment 01 Dec 2014

If he would help us win, you burn the redshirt in a second.  We have 2 top notch QBs coming in next year.  We are set for a very long time.  Besides, with the talent coming in and JT being a fresh...theres a good chance Collier could transfer in a year or two anyway.  

Firstly, the argument isn't very sound because you're saying that we’re not going to use Stephen Collier because he might be bad later, as an argument for why we should use him now?

And we know that 2 QB's are gonna pan out for sure..

I think Urban values Collier's commitment and loyalty to our program that was there since the beginning. Nothing wrong with keeping another year of eligibility especially because he hasn't gotten the reps and experience.

Comment 26 Nov 2014

Well done, Ramzy. Well done indeed.

Helpful perspective to the narrative of the storied rivalry and I will be at that game this Saturday #gobucks #LegendsLiveForever!