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Bakersfield, CA (via Mansfield, OH)

Member since 31 July 2013 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: OSU winning the BCS national championship in the 2002 season. A close second is beating Alabama in the 2015 Sugar Bowl.
    Cleveland Indians beating the New York Yankees in MLB playoffs 1997.
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 14 May 2017

A lot of the best DL are from the south so its always tough to get them to leave the area. However, he has landed elite players like Chase Young, Nick Bosa, and Taron Vincent. With continued success of these players at the college and pro level LJ's ability to extract those elite DL out of the south will improve.

Comment 30 Apr 2017

Great article. I don't think the Bucks would have lost a game from '02-'05 had Dru & Mo played together.

Comment 28 Apr 2017

You don't need "analytics" to know that was a shitty pick.

Comment 28 Apr 2017

Figured only moronic franchises such as the Lions or Browns would take Peppers in the first round. Sure enough I was proven correct. Blew taking Hooker at the 12th pick. Been a Browns fan since '83. Am about done with them. Besides, they were not really the Browns since they came back in '99.

Comment 27 Apr 2017

Need to draft studs in the early picks. Franchise type players are not available in the late 20's, which is what the Texans pick next year will be. Might go down as the boneheaded draft trade of the decade. Basically traded this years 12 for 25.

Comment 27 Apr 2017

Sashi is an idiot for trading again. Passing on Hooker will haunt this team for a decade.

Comment 27 Apr 2017

Hooker at 12 and Conley in the 2nd round at 33 would be both steals for the Browns.

Comment 26 Apr 2017

Uproot his family at the age of 65 and move to the west coast? Doubt it. His son and grandkids also live in Columbus.

Comment 20 Mar 2017

It is sad when other schools in the state routinely outclass in bball Ohio State, the school that has been to the most final fours in the history of the B1G.