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Columbus, Ohio (via Fullerton, CA)

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I've only played chess once in my life, and I lost.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: St. Jimmy Tressel squeezing Oregon like a python in the 2010 Rose Bowl & Ohio State's 2012 Final Four run.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Theodore "Ballgame" Ginn, Jr.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Willie "Buckets" Buford

Recent Activity

Comment 02 Sep 2014

Braxton Miller and JT Barrett are as much the same guy as Peyton Manning is to Jared Lorenzen.

They are the same race. The similarities end there.

Comment 31 Aug 2014

LSU -5 1/2 is the last leg of a 4 team parlay that I need to come through. So if Wisky wins, bittersweet for me.

Comment 11 Jul 2014

Plus, if you simply have any care for the welfare and spirit of the state of Ohio, this is an amazing day.

Comment 09 Jul 2014

This seems to be the first real report from a credible source. Huge. Please let this be really happening!

Comment 21 May 2014

Who is the second point guard?

Comment 20 May 2014

Have you seen Philly's roster? Not sure you can call it "tanking" when sucking isn't an option.

Comment 16 May 2014

Oh I don't know... Maybe because he sees an opportunity to start setting his life up financially? You know, because 7th round draft picks usually don't last in the NFL. But yes, the great financial opportunity has nothing to do with it, its all for the attention.

Comment 15 May 2014

A return to Cleveland is almost certainly in the cards, IMO. Whether he opts out and its next year, or its later on in his career after more championships is the question to me.

Comment 15 May 2014

Could go down in the top 10 or top 5 greatest players ever to play.

I know you're trying to compliment him by saying that but that is a horrific slight towards him on your part. At the rate he is playing at and the amount of years he has left he is on track to be either the best basketball player of all time or the second best of all time, taking a backseat only to Jordan. I would argue that if he retired at this moment, right now, he'd already be in the top 10 or top 5 players of all time, let alone at the end of his career.