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Jason Priestas

11W Staff

Chicago (via Columbus)

Member since 20 August 2006 | Blog

Jason founded the site in late summer of 2006 after his wife grew tired of his constant Buckeye chatter. With a fifth grade command of the English language, it's a minor miracle that people discovered this site, let alone frequent it.

He lives in Chicago, but misses the friendly scarlet and gray-clad people of his native Ohio.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 MNC
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Antoine Winfield
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Ken Johnson
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • SOCCER TEAM: Liverpool FC

Recent Activity

Comment 09 Apr 2015

That's fine. I honestly don't care how anyone else chooses to cheer.

But do you know why fans of other teams say those things? Let me give you a hint: they don't say the same about Northwestern or Purdue. And if you can say that if you were an alum and fan of another B1G school you wouldn't say the same thing about the Buckeyes, well, then, I probably wouldn't believe you.

It's just fandom, nothing personal.

Comment 08 Apr 2015

I cheered for Wisconsin in each of their final two games. How could anyone dislike any team in the Big Ten more than an unbeaten Kentucky and Duke? It's impossible.

I also cheer for Big Ten teams in bowl games. Can't help it. I'm a fan of the Rust Belt.

Comment 06 Apr 2015

For me, it's up to the parents – I'm not going to tell anyone how to raise their own children. Saying that, we have always been pretty clear that the content can flow into R territory.

Comment 23 Mar 2015

Izzo is a great coach, for sure, but I can't help but think the difference come this time of the year goes back to out of conference scheduling philosophy.

Comment 19 Mar 2015

Again, it's not just a simple downvote. He/she downvoted a moderator trying to keep the peace, which strikes me as the type of person that would piss on your rug at a party. Not the kind of people we want in this community.

Comment 19 Mar 2015

Don't downvote mods trying to keep things on the up. It's simple, really. More importantly, I don't need to justify this to you. The guy was locked from commenting for three whole days for downvoting a mod trying to restore order in a thread. I don't want people on this site that think like that.