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Eastern Shore, MD

Member since 11 January 2014 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching Mike Doss, come up and lay the lumber on McGahee early in the 2002 NCG, looking to my Dad and saying, "Bucks came to play. Miami hasn't been hit in the mouth like that in 2 years!!!"
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Spielman, Hawk, Laurinitis
  • NFL TEAM: Lions
  • NHL TEAM: Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Sonics (Kemp, Payton, Detlef Shrempf)
  • MLB TEAM: Tigers and Griffey era Mariners

Recent Activity

Comment 09 Dec 2016

Any chance Spielman wants to coach LBs?

Hopefully Strong to USF falls through.

Comment 08 Dec 2016

My Dad. Being from Toledo, there were other influences that several of my family members succumbed too, namely TTUN and ND. However, it's always been Scarlet and Gray for me. The last game my Dad got to see was the '02 NC. He passed that following summer from a sudden, unexpected heart attack way too young. To this day, anytime the '02 version of The Game or the NC is replayed, I get choked up. Same reason why I get choked up watching '14 CFP. My dad should have been here to watch it with me and wasn't.  

Comment 08 Dec 2016

I tell you what. That 2pt conversion was huge too, just for confidence purposes down the stretch. Play get's overlooked, mostly because of the play that preceded it, but the Buckeyes also made it look easy. 

Comment 08 Dec 2016

Just watching highlights of that game, you can tell Bama hadn't been hit like that in a long time. They came out flying, but in the end, the Buckeyes were the faster, more physical team. 

Comment 08 Dec 2016

And that Urban has lost a TOTAL of 5 games in his 5 years...

Comment 08 Dec 2016

Good point, and 3 of the 5 losses were in either warm weather (Orange Bowl, '14 VT), or in a dome (MSU).  

Comment 07 Dec 2016

I remember the special on it, and once they pointed out the patterns it was pretty noticeable.  IIRC, there were 2 blocks that never had a Wammy on them, but were also the largest sums ($5000 and a spin). There were a few times late in his run, when he was getting tired or off his game, and missed his desired blocks, and he was clearly shaken up by it because he almost lost it all.