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Avon, Ohio (via Painesville, Ohio)

Member since 29 December 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 & 2014 National Championships
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 28 Nov 2016

With 43 seniors, and Cyrbaby Jim just finishing year 2. He doesn't get credit yet for the players. Since next year will be three years of his recruits, we will see how this plays going forward (if he hasn't left got the NFL after year 4 or 5).

Comment 27 Nov 2016

Heisman? Heisman? This must have been promoted during the dog days of summer or during the September BCS race by the Xichigan Hype Machine. Looked up his season (and career) stats yesterday when hearing this during The Game. Not even close to being Heisman worthy (checkout Rod Woodson's stats). Boasted as a 2-way player. Before yesterday he had 163 yard rushing and 3 receiving with 3 touchdowns. While his TFL are someone impressive, he recorded his 1st CAREER interception yesterday. He will make a great pro. But will go there winless against OSU.

Along with 0-5 "Blood on the Field" Kalis.

Comment 26 Nov 2016

Not a terrible half thanks to the defense considering field position and an anemic offense game plan again.

Comment 26 Nov 2016

Receivers get no separation this year and line can't hold off the pass rush or gets pushed backwards too much. That is the problem with a young line that doesn't have experience in big games. JT is guy shy and indecisive. 

Comment 26 Nov 2016

Conservative offense play calling has to go away. Cost us the PSU game. Take a shot down the middle with Baugh

Comment 30 Oct 2016


Comment 09 Feb 2016

That is a very interesting question as there are only 6 seniors with all the early departures this past season. When you look at the seasoned 3-year players that are returning, I only see 1 that could potential leave early based on his current performance. So that leaves any attrition to injury and/or transfers......It will be a small class. My guess is 12-15 if that. And we already have 10 verbals.