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ScarletNGrey01 12th Warrior


from Columbus, Ohio

Member since 02 July 2013 | Blog

IT Consultant, terrible tennis player, health and nutrition is a hobby. Picture is a gif designed by Erik Knutson and used by permission.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: The win over Miami on 1/3/2003 but then bested by the undisputed CFP win against Oregon on 1/13/2014. Best live moment was 11/30/2011 in the Schott when OSU beat Duke 85 - 63.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Chris Spielman
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jimmy Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: The Tribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Jan 2017

My niece is a journalist, she has won national awards for her articles / exposés and is quite brilliant.

There are very intelligent people who major in fields outside of STEM.

I realize you were joking around.  Guess I'm a little sensitive to the way journalists, who are an important part of our democracy, have been demonized recently.  My niece has had to deal with twitter death threats and other such garbage.

I like your outdoor TV idea, a UV to you for that LOL.

Comment 13 Jan 2017

Good stuff Re ... uh Matt!

It looks like Northwestern is caught in some recruitment "time standing still" vortex.

Comment 13 Jan 2017

Big fan of Coach Matta and what he did to rescue the buckeye basketball program.  Sports is a crazy business and also has the aspect of momentum (or lack thereof) and confidence (or lack thereof).  You have a couple of substandard years and things can seem to snowball.  A good man and a good coach with some health issues with recruits, good kids, that just have not panned out.  I have no answers, when I get in a slump I try to work my way out of it.  Maybe a shiny new coach ... whomever the hell that might be ... and a year off for Matta like Urban did may reinvigorate all parties involved.

Comment 13 Jan 2017

Great story and experience TJ!  We are about the same size and weight.  I used to work out at a place that specialized in training high school and college kids for whatever sport they were in.  There were a lot of ladder drills, cone drills, pushing a sled, rope pulls, tire flipping etc. etc. and definitely took me a while to get semi-proficient at the drills. It was fun doing the training though.  I remember once doing sprints (they lined us up two at a time) and afterwards the kid I "raced" turned to me and said "smoked you!".  The owner of the gym said to the kid "congratulations, you nosed out a 56 year old man" LOL.