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E2Brutus

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: The Game, 2004. I was there with my dad. It was a down year for the Bucks but the good guys came away with a huge victory denying UM a trip to the Rose. I will always remember Ted Ginn's punt return. The shoe was shaking and is still to this day the loudest moment of my life.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Teddy Ginn Jr
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: John Wall
  • NFL TEAM: Colts
  • NHL TEAM: Predators
  • SOCCER TEAM: US Men's National Team

Recent Activity

Comment 15 Apr 2015

Everybody always looks at star rating and points out of 100 that a recruit has when comparing classes. You can compare Kentucky's star ratings to Ohio State's and see UK's success in Ohio but what you don't see is that most of the guys that end up Lexington are the ones Urban and the staff have decided to pass on because of character and education issues. Most not all.

Comment 15 Apr 2015

I was graduating highschool in 02 and didn't care much about basketball at the time. Thanks for the history lesson, Ramzy!

I don't understand how a man like this - who doesn't think rules or laws apply to him keeps getting chances... its sad.

Comment 18 Mar 2015

Yeah, Frank's is where it's at. Then Cholula but really only for mexican dishes. And if you've never had Yellowbird Sauce check it out!

Comment 11 Mar 2015

Sorry if this is a little obtuse of me but can someone explain this in non-coachspeak?

"I was even telling our team the perception of the Big Ten and Ohio State you can't run, that's blown away. We can run pretty good and now we gotta keep that going. Some of these guys that could run are going to run a program here in a couple days."

Comment 08 Mar 2015
Mariota won a Heisman. It doesn't always mean that talent will transfer to the next level but it gets a ton of attention
Comment 06 Mar 2015

I've been a lifelong Ohio State football fan - I never cared much for any other collegiate sport. I was lucky to go to THE school that I had always rooted for for my undergrad. I went to grad school at Kentucky though, and got in to the basketball culture there. It really is something else - along the lines of the fanaticism you see around the Shoe every Saturday in the Fall.

I don't really consider it bandwagon but some do.