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jthiel09

Northwest, OH (via Upper Sandusky, OH)

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Eleven warriors, Brave and Bold, whose fame will ever stand.

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Orlando Pace
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Lawrence Funderburke
  • NFL TEAM: Any team that beats the Patriots
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Bluejackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Caveliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 19 Aug 2014

This isn't the first time Urban has dealt with an injured player, and it won't be the last while he is at OSU. I have faith in the team, the staff and the players. Just hope for Braxton's sake he can recover from this whether it is this year or next, godspeed young man.

Let's also not forget, JT isn't exactly a walk-on ... he was a 4 star recruit so it's time to see what he and Herman can do.

Comment 23 Jan 2014

Nothing against the way it's been done, I love going to the Championship games at Massilon and Canton ... but you can't tell me a kid (even if they aren't a Buckeye fan) wouldn't be more pumped to play in the Shoe for a state title?

And on a side note, agreed DJ BYRNES ... I'm not from NE Ohio (NW Ohio) but I've gone to enough of those games to be pretty familiar and it is still confusing / difficult a lot of the time.

Comment 16 Jan 2014

Elliot a stud and with the options for RB/WR/TE/Dontre that Braxton will have I just have a gut feeling Elliot is going to shine. That's not to say the other guys aren't going to have big years, hopefully it's a record setting year for him, Wilson and Braxton, time will tell. 

Comment 08 Jan 2014

I'm angry / sad at the same time, and you article just made me realize exactly why. You never disappoint Ramzy.

Comment 07 Jan 2014

Great use of The Big Lebowski ... made me smile.

Comment 10 Dec 2013

I'm not quite over what happened last Saturday, but as I'm slowly coming out of it .. all of the bright spots ahead are making the transition easier. 

It's crazy to think this season is almost at a close ... but I'll be damned if I'm not going to enjoy the hell out of an Orange Bowl victory over Clemson. And when that game clock hits zero it's on to the next one, the beginning of the 2014 season!

Comment 10 Dec 2013

I'm still stuck somewhat between Denial and Anger ... sorry I suck at hurdles. 

 

EDIT: When I say suck, I mean I keep thinking I've cleared the first stage only to realize my feet have fumbled it up again, I've regressed back to denial and am starting over out of pride. This one could take a while, hope I'm through each by Jan. 3rd.

Comment 21 Oct 2013

It's amazing to see a young man with his talent except his actions, take the punishment and then prove to his coaches, his teammates, his family, his friends and all of us fans that he loves this game and the University. He made his mistakes, paid the price and is now showing how much of a true man he is by not denying his faults and excelling on the field.

All that seriousness aside ... forget Marshawn Lynch and his "Beast Mode" ... the real best is named El Guapo and is putting together a highlight reel senior season, improving his draft stock, and all the while helping lead this team to victory each and every week.

Bravo Carlos, stay hungry.

Comment 21 Oct 2013

I think we'd match up better with Alabama than the other two. IMO more so on the offensive style that a lot of people are saying, Bama has a traditional Pro-Style offense as opposed to the Spread (we typically have problems defending this style), but the way we are playing, defensively, all three are reallllllly tough matchups at the present time. 

Ask me again at the end of November I might be thinking differently. 

Comment 15 Oct 2013

National Title shot or not, if we finish 14 - 0 with a B1G title, a Rose Bowl win and a 26 game win streak ... tell me again what better team there is out there?

EDIT: Great article Kyle, something championship teams need to have is the family mentality and it's evident at every level.