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Columbus, OH (via Perrysburg, OH)

Member since 12 August 2014 | Blog

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  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Tigers

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Comment 15 Dec 2014

Comment 05 Dec 2014

My buckeye memory dates from that magical 2002 season onward. 

My favorite players are:

Offense: Troy Smith, still refuse to buy a different jersey no matter how tattered the numbers get

Defense: AJ Hawk, the leader of one of the best linebacking corps of the 2000's

Special Teams: Mike Nugent, for obvious reasons

Coach: Jim Tressel, I will never get over his firing. Love UFM but would rather have JT.

Honorable Mention: Orlando Pace, you gotta give love to the big fellas, its a shame his number isn't displayed at the shoe yet

Comment 12 Nov 2014

In the end its up to each parent to evaluate if the risk of injury is worth the rewards that come with participating in football and other sports. Personally, I received invaluable life lessons and memories I will carry with me for the rest of my life from my time playing football through the high school level. I will allow my children to play in whatever sport they desire because of my experience playing sports. I guess it depends on your perspective. I'm guessing looking back on it Lebron realizes the risk of injury playing football was too much to potentially sacrifice his future career in basketball. To each his own as they say.

Comment 08 Nov 2014

Definitely a very plausible scenario and Ill be rooting like heck for it to happen. However, I think even a 2 loss SEC team goes. Theres no way the talking heads would allow the SEC out of the playoff

Comment 05 Nov 2014

I have heard from a friend that there are a lot of MSU students selling their tickets at near face value due to the weather forecast, don't think that will contribute to us taking over the stadium but worth noting

Comment 24 Oct 2014

JT doesn't deserve to be in the top 5 heisman discussion quite yet. So far the biggest game he has played in (Vtech) has been his worst game (yes i know bad oline, bad play calling not his fault). The x factor most years when it comes to the heisman is how a player does in the biggest games. Not saying he doesnt deserve praise for what hes accomplished thus far, we will just have to wait til Nov 8th to see what he does when the spotlight is shining brightest. Hoping for the best for him. Im sure if you told us all what his numbers would be right now a couple months ago we would be pinching ourselves.