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Member since 29 September 2011 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching 2002 & 2014 title Buckeye games with my Dad.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Troy Smith / Braxton Miller
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: David Lighty or Sully
  • NFL TEAM: Da Bears
  • NHL TEAM: Blackhawks
  • NBA TEAM: Bulls
  • MLB TEAM: Oakland A's
  • SOCCER TEAM: Chelsea

Recent Activity

Comment 08 Sep 2016

Got this last year, wore it to the shoe last Saturday! 


Comment 27 Aug 2016

The strategy is in the coverage of the return. If you catch it between the hash and the sideline you are in theory eliminating 2/3 of the field for the returner. If you catch in the middle you can go left or right, if you catch on the right sideline you can only go straight ahead because the coverage team is converging on you while taking away the middle and left. If that makes sense ha. 

Comment 25 Jun 2016

ESPN will still rate that strength of schedule 55

Comment 18 Mar 2016

Lolz sparty. To be fair nobody had this in your office pool so not a big deal. Just hope Kansas loses. Everybody and this brother had Kansas or sparty

Comment 25 Dec 2015

My favorite part is when he is on camera when they introduce themselves at the beginning of the broadcast he always has the WORST forced smiles as if someone was in his ear piece screaming at him to smile while on camera. 

Comment 02 Dec 2015

I live in notre dame country, which is basically excuseville. I have some of the most delusional co-workers on earth.  I always remind them there was television, radio, and photography for all 8 Ohio state titles. I am praying for a 10 year anniversary fiesta bowl match up. I wouldn't necessarily add anyone to the list. The remaining teams have won for a long time and are still relevant today. Teams like Oregon Baylor etc haven't won it all and are a novelty until they do. 

Comment 02 Dec 2015

Virtually 0 wins of significance in 15 years combined ^

Comment 02 Dec 2015

Your 15 year grace period of irrelevance is up, see ya notre dame, Michigan, Tennessee, Nebraska, and penn state.