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Hovenaut 12th Warrior


Greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area (via Defiance, Ohio)

Member since 03 November 2012 | Blog

If the mountains fell in the sea
Let it be, it ain't me
Got my own world to live through
And I ain't gonna to copy you


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1/3/2003, 1/12/2015
  • NFL TEAM: Washington Redskins
  • NHL TEAM: Washington Capitals
  • NBA TEAM: Washington Wizards
  • MLB TEAM: Washington Nationals/Baltimore Orioles
  • SOCCER TEAM: Absolutely not

Recent Activity

Comment 16 hours ago

Keeping it to five is practically impossible (the view looks super with these scarlet colored shades...).

Sensibaugh also punted for Woody if I remember my history reads correctly (and makes a great avatar choice apparently).

Fun fact - Craig Cassaday (Hopalong's son) shares the season interception record with Sensibaugh: he also nabbed nine picks in the '75 season.

Comment 17 hours ago

Here's to Ohio State's inexperience, and a QB who can teach the younger guys a thing or two.


Comment 29 Jun 2016

Just your bacon mushroom Swiss burger - but it's the real deal. Think you had the Fat Joe:


It's been about a year since I've been down that way, I'd go back just for another burger.

Comment 29 Jun 2016

Not throwing shade to Cooper and/or Tress, but I watched some senior/lettermen laden teams disappoint in years past.

So I welcome the new blood, chock full of talent.

There's an experienced QB (with a real chip on his shoulder to atone for last season) running the show. Ability in waves at every unit.

I like Phil Steele's reads - and enjoy seeing him mentioned so often during the offseason.

If Ohio State stays healthy and out of trouble (knocks wood), the team finds chemistry, and the offensive line, defensive line, and secondary settle in early, look the f out.

I love this stuff. The Buckeyes may stumble this year, sure. But they may just blow the doors off the competition too.

Comment 29 Jun 2016

Interesting about Wes Fesler - Ohio State great in his playing days, actually didn't do bad as a coach, but sounds like he crashed and burned.

But takes the Minnesota job (and that program was starting to slip) shortly after hanging things up in Columbus?

Just find it curious. Woody was on the hotseat himself after three seasons, but I'll let Matt tell that story in a few days.