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Montana silver bullet

Clyde Park, Montana (via West Portsmouth, Ohio)

Member since 09 February 2014 | Blog

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Born and raised hardcore Buckeye fan with an autographed picture of Woody Hayes on the fire place mantel, moved to Montana in '88. Wife graduated from Penn State. House divided one day a year! We put our T.V. up in August and take it down after the Superbowl, just use it for football, ESPECIALLY college ball! GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!



Recent Activity

Comment 14 hours ago

I play percussion but always wanted to pick up a double bass, or upright bass. 

Good luck finding one you like!

Comment 29 Mar 2015

I do hereby proclaim on this day 3/29/15 that Ohio State Wide receiver, Sir Michael Thomas, #3 be known as "Zip Code" for the remainder of his collegiate career. 


Comment 29 Mar 2015

I'm struggling with the fact you and I watched different teams this year.  The only argument you make with credibility is CJ's arm strength.  JT's accuracy was better than CJ's.  He's a better runner, and fought for the extra yard to get the first down MANY times. This QB debate is fun and will be for months but to act so certain when your powers of observation are not?

Comment 29 Mar 2015

Agree, steady rotation on the D-line those last two games. Munger and Lewis looked like they could start at most B1G schools last year, I  trust Larry Johnson to bring the young men along-

Comment 26 Mar 2015

I took a dozen pics of the Buckeyes gear truck at the NCG in Dallas, my nephews thought it was so cool-

Comment 17 Mar 2015

The competition to play opposite Bosa will be fierce. Holmes could turn into a beast, Hubbard is highly thought of by coaches and I saw with my own eyes what Lewis can do during the Championship game as he embarrassed some Oregon players. Munger had some quality plays in that game too. He may get time at the 1 tech.

Comment 17 Mar 2015

Barry Sanders comes to mind as someone with time left on the game clock when he stepped off the field.  Smart move back then before their was so much emphasis on brain injuries.  Although Earl Thomas was evidence and testimony for Barry to consider.

Comment 17 Mar 2015

ACL's are happening to WR's and CB's, S, LB's.  Not just the 300lbers. It's not just related to size, and you don't have to be on roids to become a highly trained muscular athlete.  Advances in training and nutrition over the decades have helped and the popularity of the sport has brought out more participants that may not have played 30 years ago. (the 6'5" 280lb farm boy that gets more attention from girls with a football jersey on).  I commend Mr. Borland on being able to step away from the game he loves, not many would do so even knowing the risks.