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Comment 31 Aug 2016

Mike Lanese lived 1 street over from me and went to my high school. Chris Carter though...

Comment 29 Aug 2016

Go back and look. There was a Buckeye available with more talent at every equivalent position where the Clowns drafted. Not saying they need to be Columbus North. However, they would rather go with some nobody from Princeton, than pick a legit FBS player like Marshal or Powell. This is why the worst franchise in the NFL has moved from the factory of sadness to the factory of despair.

Comment 25 Aug 2016

Try Old Grand-Dad 114. It's what I put in my old old fashioneds, and it's not bad for sipping. For straight up sipping I like WhistlePig (Vermont), though it's a bit higher priced. Pikesville 110 has also been recently added to my shelf of favorites.

Comment 25 May 2016

Well done as usual Ramzy.

I'm just finishing up my second bottle of Whistle Pig. My BIL introduced it to me a few months ago. He usually sticks to Hudson Bay because of his Celiac disease, but apparently Whistle Pig doesn't bother him at all. I have to say it's now my go to rye.

Comment 22 Jan 2016

This team just doesn't have that go to guy. Loving thinks he's the one, but he isn't and it kills them late. They have way too many scoreless droughts, more so than other Matta teams. As a result once they fall behind late in a game it's pretty much game over. 

Comment 20 Jan 2016

I think Hyde was tackled behind the line of scrimmage 1 or 2 times that whole year. I think that might have been the worst play call of Meyer's career (if he made the call).

Comment 13 Dec 2015

In my opinion, I think Matta has always been as good as his assistant coaches. He hasn't really had the same level of asst. coaches for a number of years now, and it shows. Recruiting misses for sure, but a lot of guys transferred because of his short bench.

I appreciate that he's managed to put the bball team on the map, and hopefully these young guys stick around long enough to make an impact next year.