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Chicago (via C-Bus)

Member since 06 November 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Sneaking into Ohio Stadium and watching #1 OSU whip up on #2 scUM, 42-31 (I don't give credit for the last TD, since it was gift wrapped to scUM by the refs on a bogus PI call
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Ever: David Boston Now: Carlos Hyde
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: really?

Recent Activity

Comment 09 Nov 2016

Any discussion on the decision to let a recently concussed player return to a stadium with over 100,000 screaming people? It was awesome to see he was ok, but to allow him to return to the stadium seemed short-sighted, especially in the current head injury culture. 

Comment 24 Oct 2016

I think its quite possible those of you saying 'yeah, I guess go cubs!' Have never lived in Chicago. Cubs fans are insufferable and are the least knowledgeable (at least the dozens I have had contact with) fans I have had the privilege of being around. And for that, 'Go Tribe!' 

Full disclosure: growing up a Cincinnati fan and always hating teams from Cleveland, I feel a bit dirty rooting for another Cleveland team in the last few months. Oh well, go Ohio!

Comment 12 Oct 2016

I was at that game (riding solo) and decided my best move was jogging the 3 miles to my car after the game as wisky fans realized my 'red' shirt didn't match theirs and they threw epitaphs my way. I absolutely love Madison, but that drive back to Chicago was the worst. 

Comment 31 Aug 2016

Thanks Ramzy.  Man I love college football.

My story is similar.  Growing up in Columbus, I had decided early on that I liked the Buckeyes but I loved Notre Dame.  When I learned ND was coming to the Shoe, I absolutely had to be there.  I was in middle school at the time, and my brother happened to be a freshman at OSU.  He knew I really wanted to go, so he gifted me (read: sold for $80) his student ticket in Block O, and I joined one of his friends and decided to wear my ND gear.  Bad idea.  I was booed and had M&Ms thrown at me throughout the game. But that didn't deter me from having the time of my life.  After Eddie had run all over the Irish and the game was final, I joined the student section in storming the field and my allegiance had been changed from "I like Ohio State" to "I bleed scarlet and gray".  I guess everyone likes a winner! I will never forget that game for its excitement, but especially for what it did for me as a fan.  Without that game, who knows, maybe I am still an Irish fan. Oh god.