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One Bad Buckeye

Columbus, Ohio

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2011 Wisconsin game at Ohio Stadium. Game winning TD pass from Braxton Miller to Devin Smith.
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 18 Oct 2014

Wow, jimbo trying to keep Winston under control right before his post game interview.....

Comment 12 Sep 2014

Personally, I'd leave my car running in the drive way with the car door open.  Booby trap the seat and steering wheel with sharp objects.  Hide out nearby with my rifle and wait for his deranged ass to come by and shoot him in the legs.  

I would then take away his gun (rip off his genitals) ala Bruce Willis in Sin City.  Wait about 10 mins and then call the cops.  

Comment 07 Sep 2014

I'm sorry, but Michigan State would flat our kick our ASSES right now.....which sucks, because I'm going to the game.  

Comment 07 Sep 2014

Corey Smith needs to be removed from the roster.  He can play practice squad.....doesn't need to actually play any longer.  

Comment 07 Sep 2014

We're 1-3 in our last 4 seems he not a play calling guru.  

Comment 06 Sep 2014

You've seen the movie "Identity", right?  I think this pretty much sums up the saga of 9Route:

Comment 05 Sep 2014

I'm all about getting puppies as well.  We have two boxers that I got at 6 and 8 weeks old, they're now 8 and 10 years old respectively and are absolute sweethearts with our 3 month old baby.  

I'm not trying to start a ruckus or anything (my comment history should reveal I'm a pretty peaceful dude) but why are some folks so openly and adamantly against buying from a breeder? I'm genuinely curious.  I've had folks flat out try and make me feel bad about getting pups from breeders when truth is, it's nobody else's business.  I mean, don't puppies that weren't purchased end up in shelters anyways? They need homes just as much as the rescued dogs, no? 

I realize that this isn't always the case, but based on my personal observations, the majority of incidents involving dogs that I've seen or heard about typically involved dogs that were rescued/found.  Again, I know there are plenty of good rescued dogs out there and yes they need homes too.  

But now that we have a little one running around the house I feel much more comfortable that I can trust my dogs to not flip out and maul my kid by having properly broken and trained my dogs since they were pups.  I'm all they know.  My young nephews climb all over my dogs pulling at their jowls/ears/neck skin and poke them in the eyes and they just lay there with their nubs wagging and occasionally lick the kids in the face.  

My mother-in-law is adamantly anti-breeder yet their dog has bitten/snapped at people more times than I can remember and she gets offended that I don't trust her dog around my child.  Don't get me wrong, I love their dog, it's just difficult for me to trust that it's not going to suddenly snap at my child for no reason.  

My brother-in-law rescued a boston terrier....the dog is a riot to hang out with until my dogs enter the picture, then the dog suddenly has ten pound balls and is ten feet tall.  They have to cage their dog, because it can't handle being around other dogs....which isn't fun for anyone, least of all the dog.  

Sorry for the long winded post, but in my opinion ALL dogs need homes.  Not just rescue dogs.   Sometimes it's better for a family to go to a breeder to get their puppy and I think that's perfectly okay.  I just think it's wrong for folks to make other people feel bad for buying from a breeder.  

Comment 02 Sep 2014

Southeast Ohio is one of my favorite parts of Ohio.  I spent the holiday weekend camping in Hamden, OH.  

Comment 28 Aug 2014

I have TWC as well (for the very short time being) Is it possible to stream the game from CBS Sports on my computer? 

Edit: Sorry for the dumb question, I'm the opposite of tech savvy.  So much so, I feel like I have Napoleon Dynamite computer hacking skills every time I post a .gif.  

Comment 26 Aug 2014

Wow!  I actually do feel better about the situation having read your post.  Thanks for the information, I had no idea the probability was that low for a second tear in the first 24 months.  

I can't imagine the kind of pain that comes with tearing a ligament that large.  I don't want to either.  

Comment 26 Aug 2014

Alright, I'll say it, I gotta get this off my chest.  More than his lack of game experience, I'm mostly concerned with JT's knee and overall durability.  I think JT is talented enough to get us through the first couple games and get comfortable enough to lead us to a pretty memorable season.  Not to mention he's had substantially more time than either Pryor or Miller had to prepare and learn the offense.  But that knee of his really scares the piss out of me.  

Can anyone who has experience with ACL injuries talk some calm into me? What is the average time frame before it's back to being sturdy again?

Does anyone know how he tore it?  Was it a Munchie Legeaux type injury?  Will he be wearing a brace on it when he plays?

Not being a doctor, the conclusion I tend to jump to is that once you tear that thing, it's more susceptible to being torn again.  Everytime he takes off running, and every time he throws under a lot of pressure....I'm gonna be thinking about that knee!  AHHHH!