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Born and raised in NE Ohio and now live in Central Florida - since 1983. Attended Ohio State School of Law for 1 year (in Steve Hayes class).


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Buckeyes victory to win 2002 National Championship
  • NFL TEAM: Chicago Bears
  • MLB TEAM: Chicago Cubs

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Comment 31 Aug 2014

Tressel was a better OC? Are you kidding?

You would have been over the moon if a Tressel team scored 34 points against anyone. Last year's 40+ ppg spoiled you not Tressel's play calling.

Comment 27 Aug 2014

Actually Staubach said that he thinks Reynolds is exceptional: "Every time I've seen him play, he's been fantastic," Staubach says. "Keenan is as elite a quarterback as there is in college football today, I think. He's in a system where he doesn't throw as much (as others), but he does everything you have to do as a quarterback, as a leader, to win."

Comment 21 Aug 2014

Florida didn't lose their starting QB. They are getting him (Driscoll) back after an injury last year.

Comment 02 Feb 2014

I apologize for being the word police - but you commonly use "adieu' (which means goodbye) when you should have used "ado" (time wasted over trivial details). I am actually trying to help and I hope will be perceived that way.


Comment 02 Oct 2013

Not sure if you meant Bell was not on the depth chart at al. If that is what you meant he is:

23 Tyvis Powell, 6-3, 207, Fr.
7 Vonn Bell, 5-11, 190, Fr.

Comment 23 May 2013

I am trying to understand why the defense has a numerical advantage versus a one back offense. I understand once the QB hands off that he is no longer in the play but why then a 2 man advantage?


Update: Sorry: Upon review I understand that the back is not going to block if he has the ball so there are only 9-10 potential blockers versus 11 potential defenders

Comment 14 May 2013

Jeremy - Not to be the word police but the incorrect use of adieu, as in your line "without further adieu", instead of ado is all too common.

Ado: time-wasting bother over trivial details.  Adieu: "Goodbye" in French.

This certainly doesn't mean the article was not very informative and well done. It was.