RedsBuckeyeBoy's picture


from Rayland, OH

Member since 13 September 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 09/28/2012 PNC Park in Pittsburgh, PA: I personally witnessed Homer Bailey toss the 15th no hitter in Cincinnati reds history. I hadn't even planned to go to the game, but a friend gave me tickets since he couldn't attend. Never thought I'd get to see a no-no in person!
  • NFL TEAM: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Favorite hockey team:Emilio Estevez's Mighty Ducks
  • NBA TEAM: None. College ball for me, please!
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Real football is primarily played using your hands

Recent Activity

Comment 17 Jun 2016

I never followed recruiting before you started working so tirelessly to bring us the news. Thanks for all of your hard work and contributions. You've definitely made your mark around here and I'll certainly miss reading your articles.

Having said that, congratulations! I'm sure you'll be a huge success, wherever it is that you're headed. 

Comment 02 Jun 2016

I'm also a bitter Reds fan, but I ventured into "who cares, it's not like they ever won anything with these guys" territory about 2 years ago. I say trade them all (not that there are many left with any value at this point) and try again in a few years.

Comment 09 May 2016
Maybe Urban should consider going shirtless at his next satellite camp. Oh, never mind, I forgot that he isn't a stark raving lunatic.
Comment 19 Apr 2016

Dear Penn State Athletic Department,

At this point, we wish you would stop announcing that you are planning a "white-out" for the Ohio State game. We get it, you're all going to wear white. Cool, bro. Maybe in 2018, don't make an announcement unless it's to tell the world that you aren't having a white-out against Ohio State. We'll just go ahead and assume that all of your home games against the Buckeyes will be white-outs until further notice.


Every Buckeye Fan

Comment 07 Apr 2016

Laughter is excellent. I laugh all the time (sometimes I'm the only one laughing at something). I absolutely agree that laughter is good for you and should be performed as often as possible. 

On the other hand, the merits of a grown man performing an adolescent giggle at work are much more debateable. That gif just caught me off guard.