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lhardeman


from Middletown, Ohio.

Member since 16 October 2010 | Blog

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Proud Ohioan proudly serving in the world's greatest navy.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching the 2002 championship game onboard the USS Barry, with about 6 other Buckeyes. It was awesome!
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Tie between Ryan Shazier and Troy Smith.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jim Jackson.
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns.
  • MLB TEAM: L.A. Dodgers.

Recent Activity

Comment 23 Dec 2014

R&B

Luther Vandross and Anita Baker

Soul

Johnnie Taylor and Gwen McCrae

Pop

Michael Jackson and Prince

Blues

Albert King, Bobby Bland, BB King, and Freddie King

Country

Tim McGraw and Patsy Cline

Rock

Pink Floyd

Funk

Anyone from Dayton, Ohio. (Heatwave, Zapp, Ohio Players, Lakeside, Slave, Sun, Faze O)

Comment 23 Dec 2014

I have to disagree about Wu Tang, Public Enemy is the baddest hip hop group of all time.  Chuck D's delivery was on point and they reigned supreme when hip hop was at its best.  BDP and Eric B and Rakim also get props.
 

Comment 22 Dec 2014

I don't know what is going on, a triple post.  I see y'all when I get out of 11W jail. :O(

Comment 22 Dec 2014

My apologies for the double post, must have hit the button twice.

Comment 22 Dec 2014

Being a cop is a tough job and being the family member of one is tough too. It's great he is willing to show his support for the families of those slain.  I hope whoever did this is brought to justice.

Comment 22 Dec 2014

Being a cop is a tough job and being the family member of one is tough too. It's great he is willing to show his support for the families of those slain.  I hope whoever did this is brought to justice.

Comment 22 Dec 2014

Being a cop is a tough job and being the family member of one is tough too. It's great he is willing to show his support for the families of those slain.  I hope whoever did this is brought to justice.

Comment 22 Dec 2014

That is a very valid point.  I wonder if the NFL has a dress code that they are breaking.  I know they get crazy fines for not having their jerseys tucked in and for wearing the wrong shoes, but I haven't heard anyone getting fined for their t-shirts or in this case hat.  I agree that what you do during your off time is your choice, but when you are in the "office" you need to be mindful of "office" rules.

Comment 22 Dec 2014

That is a very valid point.  I wonder if the NFL has a dress code that they are breaking.  I know they get crazy fines for not having their jerseys tucked in and for wearing the wrong shoes, but I haven't heard anyone getting fined for their t-shirts or in this case hat.  I agree that what you do during your off time is your choice, but when you are in the "office" you need to be mindful of "office" rules.

Comment 22 Dec 2014

That is a very valid point.  I wonder if the NFL has a dress code that they are breaking.  I know they get crazy fines for not having their jerseys tucked in and for wearing the wrong shoes, but I haven't heard anyone getting fined for their t-shirts or in this case hat.  I agree that what you do during your off time is your choice, but when you are in the "office" you need to be mindful of "office" rules.

Comment 14 Dec 2014

Big Hank had a great game today vs the Redskins:

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/washington-redskins-new-york-giants-20141214019/

Comment 11 Dec 2014

I think getting him and Jalin the ball via swing passes will work in our advantage because I cant imagine any LB being able to handle them in open space.

Comment 11 Dec 2014

Think about this. We won't win the National Championship if he plays badly. So, let's go with the premise he plays well. His two wins would be better than any win the others would have and once again no one knows how these guys will be post injury. Didn't we all believe Braxton would be ready this year? I'm not saying he will be, I'm saying there may be a better chance than most think.

Comment 09 Dec 2014

I'm only including guys I've seen play.

QB Smith

RB George and Byars

WR Carter and Boston

TE Dudley

T Pace and Stringer

G Stepanovich and Norwell

C Bentley or Mangold

DE Bosa and Ghosten

DT Wilkerson and Bennett or Hankins

LB Shazier and Hawk and Spielman

CB Springs and Winfield 

S Doss and Coleman

R Ginn

PK Nugent

P Johnston

Coleman is one of the least appreciated players in our history. His senior year he was our defense and played great all year. Shazier played big time in every big game and had more game changing plays than any other player in recent memory except got Laurenitis. I had to put Hawk before Laurenitis, but it was close. And Johnston is the best period, I don't have to see any other punter in OSU history because every game he does the damn thing.

Comment 01 Sep 2013

I would agree that Boyd didn't play his best game, but he played very well.  His wide receivers dropped many balls yesterday and he had to throw the ball away on a few occasions because Georgia had very good pressure.  In my opinion he basically won the game for Clemson.  He consistently put the ball in a position to be caught, and he picked up some tough yards rushing, including two touchdowns and the key first down at the end of the game to seal the victory.  If Gurley wasn't hurt earlier in the game though, it may have been a different story.  They couldn't stop him all night.  It seemed like every time he touched the ball he was running for daylight.  His second touchdown run was a thing of beauty, but then again Clemson's poor tackling did help.  It was a great game.

Comment 02 Aug 2013

I'm not for or against four year scholarships, but I think it may be better to just keep the current system and put a cap on how many players you can get rid of in a year, say for instance 5.  It would force coaches to make decisions about the type of players they recruit and evens the playing field so schools can't just horde talent and then cut those who don't produce.  

Comment 03 Jan 2013

I was stationed on my first ship watching the game with about 4 other Ohioans and we were going beserk.  I had never had some many up and downs watching a game.  There were some crybaby Miami fans there and they couldn't believe their precious U was getting it handed to them.  They kept talking about the refs losing the game for them.  I didn't even point out the fact that the bad out of bounds call against Jenkins, I simply said, "Y'all still had a chance to do something about it, but you didn't so stop crying."  As a side note I was almost jumped by some Miami fans in Panama after we beat them a few seasons ago.  GO BUCKS!

Comment 24 Nov 2012

I woke up this morning with a smile on my face because it was five hours and 48 minutes until the game. GO BUCKS!