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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.


  • 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.
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: The Tribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 25 Sep 2016

TP is deceptively fast, he has that long stride.  He is so athletic and versatile, he needs to be on the field.  He will never have an arm like Drew Brees but he gets the job done.

I like the kid, even when he messed up I couldn't stay mad at him for long.

Comment 25 Sep 2016

Don't like Lewan but when players are flying down field it's hard to stop sometimes.  Don't understand why Herbstreit is acting like that.  Didn't he get a local radio personality fired who was trolling Desmond Howard and made an inappropriate comment?  I think that's being a bit hypocritical.

Comment 25 Sep 2016

Don't think he'll be out of a job for too long.

Comment 25 Sep 2016

MSU lucky to stay in the top 25 I think.

Great thing about the bucks is they are going to keep getting better, they have a challenging schedule coming up a little later on in the season, should be a fun and at times nail-biting time.

Comment 23 Sep 2016

LOL yep I'm a huge Jim Tressel fan TNT and I agree with you wholeheartedly.  Having a big lead and a strong defense and eating up the clock can sometimes be a good thing, but everyone these days love the big scores Big 12 style and I get that.

Although the 2002 season was exciting, in part due to all the close games.  The last drive against Purdue was insane ... Holy Buckeye!

Comment 22 Sep 2016

Agreed that all those tweets don't help anything.

I'm sure you are proud of your kids and did a great job raising them, but sometimes things are out of your control.  Parents have a big influence but not as much as they'd like to give themselves credit for when things go well (so far) for their children, and the other side of the coin they have too much guilt when a child makes a bad decision in the moment.  For example, you can have two children, one is a good student and walks the straight and narrow and the other is a wild one.  So what is the assessment, the parents did a super job raising one kid but dropped the ball on the other one?  It doesn't work that way.

Comment 20 Sep 2016

Teddyballgame wins the internet on this topic but of the three catches the Devin Smith one has such an amazing vertical and grabbing the ball with one hand, unreal.  All three amazing.