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Iwearmocs


Ann Arbor, Michigan (via Canton, OH)

Member since 29 January 2012 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: My first game in the 'Shoe in 2010, The snow game between Buffalo and Cleveland in 2007.
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Nashville Predators
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 13 Sep 2014

Va. Tech is not that good.  Watching the game last week, other then their TE's and that one fuller kid, they were not more talented then us at any position.  We got outcoached, outplayed, and we made more mistakes.  When you're an average football team, you can't lay an egg against another average team like we did.  Today, VT laid the egg.

Comment 13 Sep 2014

While a lot of this true, I don't think that this means that the BIG will never be down forever.  We don't need to win to win 6 straight NC's (although that would be nice) but we there is no excuse for losing to MAC schools regularly.  Biggest problem in my opinion is coaching.  Although we pay our head coaches competitively for the most part, most BIG schools pay their assistants crap compared to the SEC and other power schools (FSU, Clemson, USC, off the top of my head).  Say what you want about bielema, but on paper he was one of the top BIG coaches, and he left a job for life for a 600K pay raise b/c he lost at least one or both coordinators for 3 straight years.  Recruiting is tougher, but when you look at the NFL talent conferences produce, its about even.  The recruiting game is made for the SEC to take advantage of, and is overrated imo.

Comment 02 Aug 2014

Whoops. Poor information from a friend of mine. Thanks for the correction.

Comment 02 Aug 2014

It hasn't sold out the big house, they didn't open the whole stadium, just the lower bowl.  so like 40,000, not 110,000/  ITs still pretty cool though.

Comment 22 Jun 2014

Birm (or anyone)- how tall is too tall for an offensive lineman? At some point you lose leverage; I feel you rarely see above 6-7 olineman, and he's 6-9 and still growing?  He seems like a great athlete though.

Comment 20 Jun 2014

Schembechler was the guy who started that quote I think.  Since then everyone other then RichRod has had Michigan ties for some reason.

Comment 20 Jun 2014

I realize this is an opinion piece, and the purpose of it is to drive conversation, but its never going to happen, for reasons you mentioned in the article.  Money.  Ohio state football makes millions.  Ohio state research makes billions.  If we leave the big ten, we leave the CIC.  And that is where the real money is.

Comment 20 Jun 2014

Miles is too old.  LSU will be his last job.  They'll throw everything at Harbaugh, but probably fail again, before turning to someone else. Maybe Narduzzi?  Not sure if they'll be over their michigan man thing yet.

Comment 05 Jun 2014

Krenzel was the perfect tresselball QB.  Smart, Limited mistakes, made plays when he needed too, was just athletic enough to get the job done.  That gameplan against Miami was fantastic; and it was possible b/c he could run well enough to catch their defense off guard.  I'd take Troy Smith over him, but not TP, and I won't compare Braxton to him b/c the offenses are so different.

Comment 02 Jun 2014

I cant see him having a better record then 9-3.  They had one of the worst o-line's in football last year, w/ 2 drafted tackles.  Nuss will be an improvement, but at best they're hoping for mediocre, and I don't think that will get it done on the road at OSU, MSU, and ND.  If they drop another one somewhere/look terrible in most of their games, and Hoke loses to all three rivals, there's no way he can stay.

Comment 22 May 2014

In all honesty though, Donovan has been terrible for the past year or so.  His real world class skill was his speed/fitness, and he's getting older.  I still thought he'd make it, just not start.

Comment 25 Apr 2014

I'm glad LeBron spent seven seasons in Cleveland.  With that being said, I'm not playing his games again this offseason.  If he comes back to Cleveland, great, if he doesn't, also great.  We  don't care nearly as much as ESPN thinks we do.