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Delaware, Ohio (via Youngstown, Ohio)

Member since 04 September 2012 | Blog

A born and raised Buckeye, from Youngstown, went to school at Tiffin University, and now work for Wendy's International in Dublin.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Running at Indoor GLIAC Conference my Senior year of college in the DMR. All 16 teams, surrounding the track, with two lanes to spare.. one of the most fun and most intense sports moments of my life.
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Sep 2015

If NW can sustain their play, easily the Cats. But if they can't hold it down the stretch like 2013, Wisky it is. 

Comment 11 Sep 2015

Freshman year, Howland High School, 2nd period. It was only rumors as our superintendent decided to have school go on as normal to not insight panic within the student body. No one really left school or heard anything besides rumors or hearsay unless you could find a random TV (which I did around 6th period) to see exactly what was going on. I didn't really see the whole scope of the day until I got home around 3:30pm. 

Comment 31 Jul 2015

I haven't downloaded it yet but I intend to in like.. 6 months. :)

Comment 19 Jul 2015

The funny part is that Jimbo's legacy has already devolved to that point. When your team becomes a running punchline not just among your rivals but the entire nation, game over man. GAME OVER. 

Comment 07 Jun 2015

I think a lot of hate for our generation comes from the visibility of our generation. You just didn't see that in the past. The vocal minority tend to be the ones saying that while the quite majority are the ones who would make it happen. Of the people my age (28) who I know closely would serve in a second if called upon. While I'm against war in any way, shape or form, if it's deemed necessary and I had to go, I'll nut up and make it happen.

Comment 20 May 2015

Syracuse and the number 44 is a bit of a thing. I could understand, both as a fan and former player, why I'd want that number to stay.