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Comment 11 Apr 2014

That's always a good one.  A buddy of mine did that at state.  I still chuckle every time I see the film as he runs right by the ball carrier to smoke some other guy.

Comment 11 Apr 2014

Senior year high school football.  Sacked Dayton Stebbins' QB for a safety to put us (Versailles) ahead for good and help keep us going toward what would be an undefeated State Championship season.    I'm always proud to see my name in the scoring record books with a lonely "2" beside it.

Comment 23 Jan 2014

Played and won state championships at Massilon in '93 and '94.  It was an awesome experience (Pretty cool to see the old pictures of Spielman, Earl, etc in the locker room) but I still regret not getting the chance to play in the Shoe.

My brother played in the Shoe in '88 (lost) and in Massilon in '90 (won).  I will have to ask him which he preferred---discounting the outcome.

Comment 10 Feb 2013

Can someone explain to me why indiana seems to consistently get open looks from 3 and we struggle to get any.  Is it the presence of Zeller?


Comment 01 Apr 2012


I haven't said much to rip the players except to say that I'm dissapointed and frustrated.  What's wrong with that?

Should I be whistling a happy tune about how great it is to make the final four?  How about last year should I have said how awesome it is to make the sweet 16?


Comment 01 Apr 2012

Fuck you jake.  I will complain about whatever I want to.  I've watched every game for the last 10 years (except when I couldn't because I was on an aircraft carrier in the persian gulf) and cheer for these kids as hard as anyone else.  I'm not going to be satisfied without a championship.  I'm not going to apologize for that.

I bet you are the kind of person that thinks everyone should get a ribbon.  No winners, no losers.  Everyone gets a trophy.

Comment 01 Apr 2012

Yes, it would be easier to be a fan of a sucky team where a winning record or a win over a big rival would make a season.  Maybe I am spoiled.

But I'm also a fan of a school that has a history of excellence.  I expect that excellence to continue.  I'm sure the team isn't satisfied with how their season ended up.


Why should I be?