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MacG91


Ohio (via Cincinnati)

Member since 16 February 2014 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 of course and every time Bengals beat the steelers..
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Mike Doss
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Matt Tewilliger
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • NBA TEAM: Indiana Pacers
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: USA men and women

Recent Activity

Comment 15 Jun 2016

Not a big fan of that, Nebraska coach was minding his own business and Smith needed beef I guess. 

Comment 11 Jun 2016

Maybe the cavs should worry about making open shots and not letting Golden State have open looks instead of blaming the refs... Just a thought that might actually help

Comment 06 Jun 2016

Wouldn't it make more sense to have KDB or loving come off the bench instead of Williams? Right now OSU has 2 guards on the bench in Williams and the transfer (missing on his name) and only Wessen that's in the mold of KDB, Tate and loving. I assume Wessen will need a redshirt year leaving no stretch 4s to come off the bench to relieve tate, loving or KDB. So what I am asking is, wouldn't it be smart to have 1 guard back up that can player either PG/SG (transfer) and have 1 stretch 4 back up (KDB/Loving) who can play SF/PF? 

Comment 06 Jun 2016

From what I see on Twitter, Sean Clifford has been quite impressive at camps. If Bucks miss on Tate and Mond, could you see them giving Clifford a look?

Comment 01 Jun 2016

I haven't heard of 10 of those people. I think all are cricket, women's tennis/golf, and a few men's golfers/boxers

Comment 30 May 2016

Now the Giddens has left, do you feel comfortable with David Bell rotating in at center with Thompson or would you prefer giving Funderbunk/Potter a shot since they might have more potential? 

Comment 23 May 2016

Every time Dan Dakich does an OSU game, he says Marc Loving has potential to be Evan Turner. Do you see that as a reasonable comparison? How do you see Loving performing this year and how good can he be? 

Comment 19 May 2016

Pretty sure Dylan Moses was offered as an 8th grader. He's done well but I agree, it's a tough place to be in.