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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Witnessing Eddie George in 1995 rushing all over a Simeon Rice-led Illinois defense to the tune of 314 yards, 3 TDs, and even catching one... Orlando Pace didn't look too shabby either... it was a wet cold evening, and all the ponchos were out, but will never forget his milestone. He was a man among boys.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Formerly Eddie George. Braxton Miller as of 7/23/15
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: NY Rangers
  • NBA TEAM: NY Knicks
  • MLB TEAM: Detroit Tigers
  • SOCCER TEAM: Barcelona

Recent Activity

Comment 7 hours ago
Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow dubbers. Here's to enjoying time with family if you are so lucky, and wondering what will happen this year in The Game some more... I wish it were Saturday already...
Comment 23 Nov 2015
I can understand many are still upset with what happened including the players, but there is no context to this tweet, so why are so many jumping to conclusions?
Comment 20 Nov 2015

Heady Topper can't even leave the borders of Vermont due to such low supply and high demand... my local craft brew bar drives up once a month to get as many cases as they can to bring back to NYC, and I will tell you this much - I got to know the owner just so I could guarantee to have one before they drink the whole thing before making it back into NY.

Comment 18 Nov 2015
All I'm going to say is that the man had to watch JT get revenge for us last year in East Lansing from the sidelines... Senior Day, Last Game in the Shoe, B1G Championship Redemption on the line (not to mention Clemson) from a personal standpoint... XBRAX is only arriving... And again.. I'm sure it will be personal.
Comment 17 Nov 2015
The heir apparent for sure... Question will be whether his roots and loyalty tie more closely to California, Texas, or Ohio... The other question is what happens when Herman takes a team to the national title... Urban has set such a high bar by having won a few before coming that I wonder if Tom feels he needs to prove something similar as a head coach. Edit: He might even consider the Pros a la Chip Kelly
Comment 17 Nov 2015
Sadly this is on par with the trends in coffee, too. For those who like great coffee, Stumptown (originally from Oregon) was sadly bought out by Peet's (former Starbucks employees). Stumptown is still one of the better roasters with larger distribution... Hopefully this transaction doesn't hurt their quality. As for beers, I thought that Ballast Point makes a very drinkable beer, but there are so many good craft brewers distributing now and in the game that it has become a game of 'my local secret stuff is way better than your local stuff' - and rather ridiculous. Everyone knows that the there are amazing ones all over our great country. Ballast Point is more mid-tier for me - but kudos to hard work and passion paying off
Comment 14 Nov 2015
If we forget last year happened for a moment, then I think our best game is yet to come. Urban's mantra has been 9 units strong. That clearly has not been the case the whole season so on the one hand, I don't see us doing anything spectacular in the remaining games, on the other hand, it is nice to have upside that seems limitless. Now bring perspective of what that upside can look like from last year... Oh wait, we can't, because this is a different team with a QB who didn't play in the post-season, and loss of fierce leadership on both sides of the ball... So just buckle up, throw expectations out the window, and enjoy what this season has been - more mundane winning for you spoiled fans
Comment 13 Nov 2015
Having alcohol legally within the stadium now makes the intrigue of fights with rival fans at The Game even more likely... I will be curious to see if they have taken measures to control mobs. That said, people have been coming to games drunk or sneaking in stuff for decades, so who knows
Comment 11 Nov 2015
Not sure we would like Bama to play Clemson before us since they run a similar offense, and Kirby Smart likely wouldn't get beat two games in a row to similar offenses