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Comment 23 Nov 2016
Troy #10. When I first saw the title, I thought it was 'who is your favorite wolverine'. My initial thought was 'none, I hate all those fuckers'....but I think Hugh Jackman has done a great job in his role.
Comment 01 Nov 2016
Just bought a new home and I am deep into moving, packing, fixing, etc. My alumni pair is 28C, row 36, seats 24-25 $135 each. After Ticket master fees, my total was $289, which is what I looking to recoup. please contact me if you are interested. Go Bucks!
Comment 06 Oct 2016
MiamiBuckeye - I have attended the matches vs. Mexico in '01, 05, 09 and '13. Dos a Cero! Also vs. Jamaica in 2012 and GreNadine in '07 (?)
Comment 22 Sep 2016
Squirrel - I wholeheartedly agree. As a Buckeye that lived in SoCal, I can tell they are generally front-runners and do not really care about college football. I remember when John Robinson announced his retirement the week of the UCLA game....they did not even sell out. If Woody or Bo would have done that, we could have easily sold 1/4 million tickets.
Comment 20 Sep 2016
Considering circumstances, both MT and Gonzo's were more important. But just as a catch, Noah's may be the best ever....regardless of team or sport.
Comment 17 Sep 2016
I fully agree with all of CC's list. #1 reason - I AM a Buckeye. I spent 4 years on the campus and come back as often as possible. The University makes up a part of who I am. I am part of that Tribe. If I were a NFL fan, I would - at most - go to a stadium 8x a year...it does not compare.
Comment 29 Aug 2016

So I was checking out the ESPN projection for the 53 man rosters....it looks like 11 of the 12 drafted players as well as Jalin and Tyvis will make it....this is awesome, but I feel bad for Josh Perry. The Chargers do not deserve him.....

Comment 12 Jul 2016
Watched the Rugby Midwest qualifier in Mentor this weekend. Teams from nearly every major town in the region were there. Could not believe the punishment that the players were dishing out. '1823' is the club team that was primarily OSU alumni, and both the Men's and Women's teams had an A and B team in the tournament. ...the 1823 women finished 3rd and the men's finished first AND second.