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NYC (via Cleveland)

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Being at The Game 2006
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  • NHL TEAM: Boston Bruins
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  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
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Recent Activity

Comment 25 Aug 2015

I'll be there.  Going to the game from Manhattan.  Bought tickets a few months ago at a price I don't like to think about. Staying at a hotel because its a night game.  I'm definitely open to meeting up with other fans before the game if anything comes to fruition. 

Comment 17 Aug 2015

My only worry is groups like these foster the growth of cliques which are exclusionary by nature.  I hope that in a group composed of the families of around 100 players there can be a means of weeding out any toxic influences and correcting negative attitudes over the inevitable disputes that will come about (ie parents arguing with one another over their sons)

Comment 10 Aug 2015

Going to Piscataway to see the Buckeyes take on Rutgers.  I imagine its going to be a heavy Ohio State crowd with all the alumni in the NYC and Tri-State area

Comment 24 Jul 2015

Brooklyn in the Building!

Comment 23 Jul 2015

Freaking love Erick Smith.  The kid hits like a mack truck...Whitner 2.0 for sure

Comment 23 Jul 2015

All the facilities and partying and all that stuff are not the important stuff. The important stuff is relationships with the coaches and just football. That helped me a lot to make my decision.

This kid knows what is important to take out of the next 3-4 years of his life unlike most of us when we were at college.  Its easy to see that he was inferring FSU when talking about the partying and look where that gets their players...in front of a judge where their guilt is dependent upon how bright their star is shining.  Thank you Mrs. and Mr. Bosa for raising two amazing football players, but more importantly men. 

Comment 23 Jul 2015

The players we need to step up are Tommy Schutt, whoever starts at DE opposite Bosa, and whoever starts CB opposite Apple.  I can't see anyone stealing reps from the starting LB corp no matter how good Connor and Booker looked in the spring.  

If I had to pick a player to step up and surprise Buckeye Nation it would be Terry McLaurin.  The 3 star WR out of Indiana is 6'1 and runs a 4.3 40.  If he has been putting in the work, he has all the tools to be the next Devin Smith.   Like Devin, he can get behind the defense forcing the opposing secondaries to stay honest, opening up the box for Elliott to go wild like he did in the postseason