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el duderino

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Braxton Miller to Devin Smith versus Wisconsin, 2011. Or "Holy Buckeye." Both still give me the chills when I think about them.
  • NFL TEAM: The Browns
  • NHL TEAM: The Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: The Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: The Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: The Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 22 Sep 2014

"Y'all better bring your brooms, m*ch*g*n fans, 'cause it's a mess!" - Marty Huggins, the next m*ch*g*n HC

Comment 19 Sep 2014

Or, "Y'all think you back out of enough non-conference games you'll lose, but y'all really don't."

Comment 16 Sep 2014

And we’ve already seen that Barrett doesn’t overthrow the deep ball.

Oh man, Michael, you had to go ahead and dredge of memories of that iteration of The Game. I still can't get over how open Philly was, and how much Braxton over threw him. If only, if only... Just imagine, if Braxton connects on that, Jabba the Hoke would be winless versus the Good Guys. 

Comment 16 Sep 2014

Touche, Earle. I should've remembered that Northcutt was 86, not 85.

And I also remember agonizing over that near-win over the Stillers.

Comment 15 Sep 2014

Oh yeah! I still remember losing my mind watching that in my parents' family room. My uncle was in the other room and thought something awful had happened to me and came running in. Good times.

If my memory serves me, it was Dennis Northcutt who caught it, right? What a great name name for a receiver (or a runningback, for that matter): Northcutt.

Comment 05 Sep 2014

I can already see the lead headline: "Bennett's Counterfeiting Scheme: How Deep Does It Go?"

Comment 04 Sep 2014

I literally lol'ed at this. Bravo.

Also, I think trolling of the is number is an excellent idea. Plus, it will be much easier to get a text to go through from your place of residence (or wherever you're watching the game not in the Shoe) than it is inside the stadium. That place is where cell phone signals (and batteries) go to die.

Comment 24 Aug 2014

I also think that, for better or worse, Fickell was following in Tressel's footsteps in 2011, which meant giving seniors an automatic edge over underclassmen. Thus, Fifth Year Senior Bauserman's margin for error was probably measurably larger than Redshirt Sophomore Guiton's (and True Freshman Miller's, for that matter).

Comment 20 Aug 2014

Don't be. It's a relatively common ingredient in cocktails. Without the egg white, you don't get that same wonderful head in which you can make fun designs.

Also, that recipe for a bourbon sour sounds wonderful. I especially like the use of Buffalo Trace; I toured that distillery in May and bought a bottle. Possibly my best bourbon purchase in a long time.

Comment 19 Jul 2014

Wherever he goes and whatever he does on this site, Bass will always be known for his Custer's Last Stand-esque defense of 1D.

And that's what makes 11w beautiful.

Comment 04 Jun 2014

Interesting wrinkle to this: George Whitefield's resume (from the link in the article) has a video of his "highlights" from afl2. What gives? Did he just claim someone else's highlights as his own? Or did he actually play some?

Comment 30 Mar 2014

On your last three points, Agree, Agree, and Strongly Agree.

Comment 30 Mar 2014

I went to this movie because to that point, M. Night Shyamlan could do no wrong in my book (The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, and Signs are some of my favorite movies of all time). I cannot underscore how incredibly disappointed I was. Not only was it bad just in general, but that was compounded by how utterly it failed to live up to my (admittedly high) expectations. Possibly my worst movie theater experience ever.

Comment 30 Mar 2014

I would bet you only watched it once. It's gets better by huge amounts upon repeated viewings, trust me. Also, it should probably be watched with people that like it already.

Comment 30 Mar 2014

Sort of the same story for me, except I discovered them at a free show where they were opener 3 years ago; my girlfriend (now wife) and I fell in love with them instantly. We haven't missed an opportunity to see them locally since then. They are literally the best live band I have ever seen, period! I was also at the show where they filmed the Car Radio music video-- where were you in the pit?