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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Wearing tear-away homemade #45 Archie Griffin t-shirts playing Nerf football in the back yard with my cousin before and at half-time of the 1974 OSU-um game when Mike Lantry (honorable Vietnam Vet - thank you for your service) missed a field goal giving OSU the 12-10 win after listening to my Dad and my Uncle bitch all 1st half after OSU got behind 0-10. Archie, Conelius 'Flam', Pete Johnson and Brian Baschnagel were my heroes... and that Cousineau guy...
    Watching my Dad and Uncle swear and stress and smoke a few puffs of a cigarette each in the basement while we told them to put it out while they were grinding over this 'sure' FG, drinking two beers inside the commercial break and then watch them leap out of their chairs when Lantry missed and hugging us and throwing us in the air... watching the fans storm the 'Shoe and Schembechler in disbelief over the call...
    Watching the 2002 OSU - um game with my dad and my son after his Youth Football All-Star Game and throwing him in the air when Will Allen intercepted John Navarre's pass in the end zone... the 2003 Fiesta Bowl with my Dad erasing the '76 Rose Bowl loss and pissing off my mom who said we were too old to get this upset about a football game...
    Taking my son, my Dad and I to the 'Shoe in 2006 for the OSU - um #1 vs. #2 game and spending $3,000 in one weekend on airfare, scalped tickets, and food and hotel rooms without the wife or my dad knowing... These events all rank just under the water line from the birth of my two children and graduating from West Point so that I could serve America in our U.S. Army ...
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Archie - 2 Time Heisman Winner - #45 - my Hero as a Kid along with Woody and Patton
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Bobby Hurley - and I hate Duke. He was a talented scrappy ass kicking winner.
  • NFL TEAM: Packers. Giants.
  • NHL TEAM: Canadiens
  • NBA TEAM: Larry Bird era Celtics... Michael Jordan era Bulls
  • MLB TEAM: Reds... now Texas Rangers because Nolan Ryan is a
  • SOCCER TEAM: Rugby... soccer is the by-product of socialism and

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Aug 2014

Situational Bourbon for "The Grown & Sexy Lounge?," Ramzy??


Comment 18 Aug 2014

The writers at MGo Blog are hilarious and funny as $hit.  They pretty much focus on their team and do not like that a$$ clown Brandon.  They rip the coaching and play calling and want better and expect better.  I don't troll over there.  No one ever gave me any $hit when I am over there.

Comment 17 Aug 2014

Bert whines about Auburn because H.S. coaches in Arkansas still revere Malzahn and laugh at Bert when he tries to recruit across the state.  He thinks making Auburn jokes is cool.  He is a moron.

Comment 07 Aug 2014

This is funny. "...who has an uncle from Chicago who knew knew a guy who played for Notre Dame in 1946..."

Bucket List... Watch UM-nd game in bar in Ann Arbor where UM kicks nd's ass.  Watch MSU-nd game in East Lansing bar where MSU kicks nd's ass...

Comment 31 Jul 2014

Auburn or Alabama will have a loss after they play one another in the Iron Bowl and Oregon is not running the table in the PAC 12.  Bama had better teams that still did not go undefeated in the regular season the past several seasons.  If OSU takes care of business, they are in.  MSU beating Oregon would be a bonus.

Comment 26 Jul 2014

Coach Meyer blends leadership with straight talk and hard looks to coach kids up and that is where mutual trust comes from.  Gibson will select Ohio State because people like him, kids like him, players like him, want to be around leaders who will develop them into all that is possible.  that's why he will select OSU.  Butch Jones at Tennessee is a good man, and he will get there.  That said, Tennessee and their program is still in development, and Gibson will look at both and in the end make the call that is best for him, and it will be Ohio State.

Comment 09 Jun 2014

Agree.  These D-bags in the Federal Government break laws and rain hell on people daily.  Pryor paid his dues, was never convicted of anything, and the clowns associated with the $25,000 payouts at Oregon got nothing.  Lift the ban on Pryor and welcome him home.

Comment 13 May 2014

Cleveland isn't tough blue collar.  It is a town with idle buildings, idle workers and idle vision.  Cleveland is has been wanna be blue collar. And yeah, my family is from Ohio, and I worked in Cleveland for a while.  Great people - Just not enough of those great people because they all left.   What QB do you propose would succeed for this bum team in this town well past it's twilight.  Manziel deserved better.  If the Browns don't believe in him and the fans want some clown at QB with no belief that he can win, then let them continue to be the Chicago Cubs of pro football.  The Clowns will never win - Hope Manziel performs well, does three years and goes to a team serious about winning.

Comment 13 May 2014

Manziel is the Anti-Romo.  The players Romo takes the field with would not follow him off the titanic into the last lifeboat.  He is not a leader.

Manziel has shown leadership abilities in the two short years he's been playing.  He will grow up, and grow into leading by presence and example.  He has "It.".  Romo is a tool.

Comment 13 May 2014

The last thing Manziel is, is a D-bag.  He's been great for college football and if he was a Buckeye we would be begging him to stay one more year or singing the praises of JFF to revive the Browns.  Manziel is a player and I am now a Browns fan.  Dude is A-OK.

Comment 21 Apr 2014

I liked Pryor.

I liked Clarett.

It is tough to be 18/19/20 at tOSU and be the best there is in the game with the most anti-team media in all of the NCAA.  These guys bear the brunt of the media's hatred of OSU going back to Woody.  They didn't hate Reggie Bush.  They didn't say Jack Feces about Chip Stain Kelly and the $25,000 pay for play scam, ESPN let the Cam Newton deal go away.  Yet Pryor and Clarett are scorned.  Still.  They should not be.  Let it go.

Loved watching these guys play - they had to grow through it all and dig deep and forge within themselves some tough lessons and they are young men of character because of it.

Welcome them both back when they can come back and thank them for their time and what they gave us as fans, and forgive their decisions then over the passage of time.

Comment 22 Dec 2013

Reminds me of guys I went to West Point and served in our Army with.  Solid leader.  Tough.  Smart.  Driven.  Great family.  Great teammate.  Integrity.  Looking forward to his success and what he and his teammates can create for themselves and for their coaches as we watch them unfold in the coming three to four years.  Great kids - check that - emerging men and leaders - in this crew.