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Plymouth, MI (via Toledo, OH)

Member since 09 February 2012 | Blog

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Voting Record: 334 / 61

I live in MI and regularly go to Ann Arbor for work. Nothing makes me happier than beating the hell out of THAT TEAM.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Any time we beat TTUN in any sport b/c I live in this terrible state.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Malcolm Jenkins, Bosa
  • NFL TEAM: Detroit Lions
  • NHL TEAM: Redwings
  • NBA TEAM: Meh, not an NBA fan.
  • MLB TEAM: Detroit Tigers

Recent Activity

Comment 10 May 2015

Thank you, I did try that. The last article I found was from March of 14', thought I would check in and see if anyone had more up to date information. 

Comment 10 May 2015

Thanks Kevin, just hadn't heard anything about him lately and figured someone here would know. I feel safe in saying we aren't hurting for depth at any of the offensive skill positions!

Comment 30 Apr 2015

Wow.. Not a Browns fan but I'm impressed with their selections. As OSU fans, we can all  agree how important dominant line play is in football.

If you all want a laugh watch for pick# 23, Martin Mayhew never disappoints in the head-shaking category. #TopTenEricEbron?!?!!?

Comment 30 Apr 2015


That was his sarcasm flying over your head.

To be honest, that would be a very "Browns"  thing to do... And I'm a Lions fan.

Comment 14 Apr 2015

I honestly don't blame blue chip recruits from shying away from a crowded depth chart. The whole "come to Ohio State or lose to Ohio State" mantra is great for us fans and the average college player who will likely never see a down in the NFL, but not so for the blue chips. They can't showcase their talent if they are backed up and riding the pines their whole career. I know it's all about competition, but how many 2nd string guys have missed their shot simply because they had the misfortune to play behind NFL-caliber players, of which OSU has many. #bluebloodproblems

Comment 06 Feb 2015

I think it's being blown out of proportion because many people up here feel that Mike truly doesn't know where he wants to be, and he was far from 100% on OSU when he signed. This whole thing would be over in 2 seconds if Weber tweet something along the lines of

 "I committed to the OSU program, not one coach. It's where I want to be." 

He he said that's and there is no controversy.

Comment 06 Jan 2015

Why don't we watch football from that view all the time? Have one each for the offense and the defense, gives us more of a look through the player's eyes.

Comment 05 Jan 2015

Well that seals it, being a Miami grad there is no way I could date a Bobcat.

(Looks over shoulder to make sure wife can't read this)

Comment 05 Jan 2015

Someone post a picture of Allie LaForce (I would if I could), saw her during the Army v. Navy game... Yikes was she cute. 

Comment 20 Dec 2014

I always heard, "Nine you're fine, ten you're mine" was a little saying the Highway Patrol uses. No idea if it's true. I can say with absolute certainty they will pull you over for 82mph in a 65 zone though.

Comment 10 Dec 2014

From the "Mike Webber to Ohio State" forum on mgoblog. Delicious...

December 10th, 2014 at 7:51 PM #151
gustave ferbert
Joined: 06/21/2011
MGoPoints: 3875
I'm getting tired of this shit. . .
I'm tired of 5+ loss seasons

I'm sick of Ohio State/Michigan being irrelevant.

I'm sick of Michigan State acting like a bully and we take it like a bunch of pussies.. . .

I'm sick of home town recruits committing then decommitting and committing to our rivals. . .

I'm sick of the national media saying our football program is a laughing stock.   And carrying on about how the head coaching job at Michigan is toxic.  And doing nothing to disprove it.

I'm sick of Jim Brandstatter resigning himself in the middle of a broadcast merely saying "what a mess."

I don't know if Harbaugh is coming or not. . . What I do know is that whoever the next guy is better put a stop to this bullshit right fucking now. . . .

"your voice is like a combination of Fergie and Jesus. . ."

Comment 06 Dec 2014

Wisconsin is, and has been all season, a one dimensional offensive team. Despite every opponent knowing this, Melvin Gordon and Wisconsin have run all over every opponent they have faced. Give credit to Fickell, he's running a defense that is doing what no other defense has done this season, that being to stop Melvin Grodon. 

Now, lets talk contract extensions after they are the Silver Bullets against an offensively balanced team in the bowl game.