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Jack Fu

Columbus (via Small Michigan town of no consequence.)

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Grew up in Michigan. Went to OSU. Still in the Columbus area.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: In the end zone bleachers at Ross-Ade Stadium on November 9, 2002.
  • NFL TEAM: Detroit Lions
  • NHL TEAM: Detroit Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Detroit Pistons
  • MLB TEAM: Detroit Tigers
  • SOCCER TEAM: EPL: Aston Villa; MLS: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Aug 2014

That "less aggressive defense" would mop the floor with OSU's defenses of the last three years.

Playing flexbone triple-option teams is high variance. You never know what's gonna happen, and our defense has been thoroughly average for years now.

Comment 22 Aug 2014

Yeah, a 13-year-old girl - who by all appearances in her interviews is perfectly likable and charming - absolutely wrecking a couple of teams in a mostly boys-only sport, leading to her next start becoming the highest-rated LLWS game ever shown on ESPN, should totally be a non-story. Nothing to see here.

Comment 20 Aug 2014

Whoever those people you won $40 from were, you need to remove them from your life.

Comment 20 Aug 2014

The only difference being, at least Ohio State didn't get shredded by a Frosh QB in their biggest game and in their bowl.

No, we got shredded by a team that had back-to-back games of rushing for negative yardage last season.

Comment 18 Aug 2014

You SEEM to have this overriding opinion that football is essentially legalized criminal behavior.

Essentially, it is. If you did this...

... to somebody walking down the street, your ass would get arrested, and rightfully so.
Comment 12 Aug 2014

When I read the report I thought it sounded a lot like the people in charge decided what they wanted to do and then reverse-engineered the reasons. That's looking more and more like the case. This was either a powerful complainant parent who had some major suction with OSU higher-ups, a new President with an overly-zealous PC agenda, or some major ass-covering by the university when threatened with something Title IX-related. Possibly a mixture of all three.

Comment 29 Jul 2014

People who write that might as well have a sign around their necks saying "I DO NOT READ."

Comment 29 Jul 2014

I mean, who gives a shit about the difference between "fewer than" and "less than" or further/farther?

I do. And so do a lot of other people. If people want to misuse their mother tongue, by all means, go ahead. The people who know the rules will think less of those people, because they look or sound stupid.

Comment 03 Jul 2014

This is a "great example" of "blatant media bias"?

okay dot gif

Comment 03 Jul 2014

1. Not familiar with The Internet, I take it?

2. If you see "blatant media bias," you're looking for it. It's not there.

Comment 02 Jul 2014

Yep. Jozy's absence was one of the keys in the US repeatedly failing to maintain possession when they won the ball back from Belgium. Jozy's a reliable back-to-goal hold-up player who can collect the ball, fight off a challenge, and lay the ball off to midfielder. Dempsey just isn't that player, which raises another issue: Jozy's injury moved several of the US's best players out of their ideal positions. Clint had to try to replicate Jozy's role, and that moved Michael Bradley into having to be a makeshift Dempsey (at which he obviously struggled).

Overall, I think the future is bright. Klinsmann came in promising a (much-needed, IMO) total revamping of the US soccer culture, from youth development all the way up to in-game tactics. Three years in, and you can see the progress. They just need to keep it up and see it through. I believe.