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Comment 14 hours ago

If you are talking UFC, Georges St-Pierre is the greatest welterweight.  Royce Gracie and Matt Hughes were also welterweights.

If we are talking about the real Chuck Norris and not the internet hyperbole version of Chuck Norris, GSP and Hughes would have destroyed him.  Their wrestling is on another level.

Comment 04 May 2015

I guess I'm too old and/or not hip enough when I don't realize LAX is for lacrosse and instead I'm trying to figure out why the Los Angeles airport is fighting evil powers and how that relates to some unidentified Ohio State team.

Comment 03 May 2015

Your first paragraph makes no sense.  By your definition, the bad boxing match would not have vicious shots or good movement whereas the best MMA fight would.  Therefore, the MMA fight would be more enjoyable to you.

Secondly, if every MMA fight you've watched has been "roll around on the ground and hope to God that the other person taps out" then you must not have watched very many fights.  But you do have limited time and limited money, so to each his own. 

Comment 22 Apr 2015

Also the people that claim Columbus is the largest city in Ohio are the same ones that claim Columbus is larger than Boston.  Not using metropolitan stats is a joke.

edit:  Additional cities Columbus is "larger" than:  D.C. (metro 5.6mil), Miami (metro 5.5mil), Atlanta (metro 5.3mil), Detroit (metro 4.3mil), Seattle (metro 4.3mil) and then I stopped looking.

Comment 19 Apr 2015

Exactly.  And there have been no changes in development or anything since then.  Why can't people understand this???  After all, Drew Bledsoe already beat Tom Brady for the starting job.  He's clearly keeping that job.

Comment 01 Apr 2015

You must not have read many of the post on here.  The hate for UK is strong on this site. You are in the majority for not drinking the Kool-Aid.

Comment 24 Mar 2015

The whole time I was reading the comments I was trying to remember if they were at UCLA together.  So there you go.

Comment 20 Mar 2015

How is Oregon competing at a high level in basketball?  Florida and Louisville are the two recent prime examples of competing at a high level in both sports. 

Comment 17 Mar 2015

It matters when looking at whether to contribute to a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA.  With everything else equal, a Roth is better if you are in a lower tax bracket when making contributions to the IRA as compared to your tax bracket when you are taking withdrawals and a traditional IRA is the opposite.

Comment 14 Mar 2015

Is this in general or specific to Ohio State?

Specifically to Ohio State basketball is obviously harder as we are not a powerhouse like Kentucky, Kansas, UNC, Duke, etc.

In general, it's harder for the best team to win in basketball. But therefore it's easier for a team that's not the best to win in basketball. So it's a zero-sum question.

A 64 team, 6 game, single elimination tournament in a sport more prone to upsets gives lesser teams a better chance. 

Comment 13 Mar 2015

However I am impressed he even gets close with some weird form that's somewhere in-between sumo and conventional.  Where is his coach?

Comment 12 Mar 2015

That deadlift one is pretty good but I got real excited cause I thought it might have been the one where the guy does a face plant into the dumbbell rack after deadlifting 315.

Comment 04 Mar 2015

While there is not as much money in Louisville, what Jurich has done with the resources he has is amazing.  I think he is the best Athletic Director in the country.  The Vandy AD was surprising, but ESPN and other articles point out he "was vice chancellor for university affairs and athletics, general counsel and university secretary for Vanderbilt and its medical center as well as a tenured law professor".