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northwest_buckeye


from Wauseon, Ohio

Member since 22 July 2013 | Blog

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Voting Record: 198 / 31

Lifelong Buckeye back in Ohio. Spent 4 years in the heart of SEC country. It was awful. But the women were beautiful.

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: January 3rd, 2003
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George
  • NFL TEAM: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NBA TEAM: Detroit Pistons
  • MLB TEAM: Detroit Tigers

Recent Activity

Comment 18 Dec 2014

Agreed. Jim Delany is great at making money - No argument there. But as far as being a cheerleader for the conference, he's awful. Personally, I can't stand the guy.

Thanks for Rutgers and Maryland, Jimmy.

Comment 13 Dec 2014

FYI, Belk is a rather sizable chain of department stores in the mid-south. Comparable to a Macy's or Dillard's.

But yes, it's ridiculous to think that 100 families can shell out thousands to watch their children play sports. God forbid the ncaa kicks in anything to the pot... After all, they're a non-profit. Not like they have piles of cash sitting around, just collecting dust. Oh, wait...

Comment 11 Dec 2014

Wait, wait, wait... How does one get sentenced to mere probation for microwaving an animal?! I'm certainly not the world's bigger PETA supporter, but that's something that requires jail time. I wouldn't hire a guy with that on his record to put sawdust on vomit at an amusement park... Just wow. That's the most f*cked up thing I've read in a while. And he was 23 years old! Dude, seriously? I hope someone, somewhere whooped the living shit out of him for no reason at all. Because that guy needs a beatin'.

Comment 10 Dec 2014

It shows as sarcasm font on "my account," but not on the actual comment. Could be due to the fact that I wrote that from my phone... Maybe it got lost in digital translation? Regardless, it's a jab at the Tennessee fans that we all gave a jolly good ribbing a few weeks back.

Comment 09 Dec 2014

Thanks for the effort, DiasporaBuck. My first 100+ upvote comment... I feel like I should skip my dinner meeting in Louisville and just sit at the Marriott bar and ask everyone if they know who I am. Because they should.