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Member since 27 November 2013 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Live: 2008-2009 NHL Season Stanley Cup Playoffs, Columbus's first home playoff game in team history, Game 3 I was in section 210 at NWA. CORRECTION: 2013-2014 NHL Season Stanley Cup Playoffs Game 4, I was in Section 220 for Columbus's GREATEST COMEBACK IN FRANCHISE HISTORY BABY!!!
    TV/Radio: 2002 Fiesta Bowl, Dorsey's "ring-around-the-rosie" desperation heave that missed its target.
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 25 Nov 2015

Nobody wants to see a picture of 05's naked derriere....

Comment 25 Nov 2015

I don't trust people who don't follow their own directions, so I had to make sure there were no oral issues...

Comment 25 Nov 2015

Two-parter: Are your gums healthy along with teeth pearly white and straight?  Is this the same with your staff?

Comment 20 Nov 2015

Did anyone actually read the article?  

I did... and the fact that it was complimentary is the only reason I posted it... I don't post trolling click-bait...

Comment 09 Nov 2015

Did anybody else notice the blatant non-calls against Clemson and the ridiculous borderline at best penalties against FSU?  Seems to me like FSU got those calls last year and that, to me, questions the integrity of the officiating in the ACC.  The higher ranked team gets the borderline and non-calls?  That reeks of a mandate to ensure a spot in the playoff.

Comment 07 Nov 2015

It's more expensive, but I want my boys to play hockey.  There's always a risk of head injury in contact sports.  I'm not sure there's really a huge disparity in % of players getting concussed when comparing fooseballin' to hockey, but I feel like hockey would be safer.  Maybe because they don't permit hitting in youth leagues.

Comment 02 Nov 2015

I am not sure where I asked to review all missed calls.  Penalties, missed or called, is not the crux of the issue; a player was clearly down with possession; the conference stated as such; the game should be retroactively ended right there.  That is not a judgement call.  There should be no retroactive action if a call is made or missed based on a penalty rule interpretation; that for sure could cause endless appeals and litigation.  There is no interpretation needed for a player being down with possession.

Comment 02 Nov 2015

PI is a judgement call.  A knee down with ball in hand is black and white.  I asked why can't a call be reversed retroactively when there is no judgement to be made, there is no grey area in this case.  The 2002 Fiesta Bowl PI is a judgement call, plain and simple, as are holding penalties.  A rule with ZERO judgement needed was missed so it should be reversed after the fact.  Penalties are almost always judgement calls.

Comment 02 Nov 2015

I completely suck at photoshop, but I would love to see somebody alter the ground where the knee is and make it dip a good 3 inches (or approx) below the knee and caption it with "What Miami fans saw"