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Shawnee, Kansas (Kansas City) (via Columbus, OHIO)

Member since 02 February 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Too many great Buckeye moments to pick just one.
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  • NHL TEAM: Columbus BlueJackets
  • NBA TEAM: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • MLB TEAM: KC Royals
  • SOCCER TEAM: Sporting KC/Orlando City S.C.

Recent Activity

Comment 17 May 2016

He saw Mickey Mitchell went to UCSB and realized he made a terrible mistake going to Norman, OK.  

I'd play college ball in Santa Barbara.  Wouldn't doubt he ends up there. 

Comment 08 May 2016

Les Miles shouldn't be on that list (won with Saban's talent, recruit$ well, but can't develop talent. Good for 2-4 losses year.

Jim Harbaugh shouldn't be on that list (too small a sample, hasn't won anything major).

I'd put , Brian Kelly, Mike Gundy & Art Briles on the list before those two for sure. 

Comment 07 May 2016

Who cares if they took steroids and cheated in the actual competitions or not?!?

What I really want to know is if they sold any jerseys or medals so they could pay their bills. No one gets away with making a few dollars on their own achievement in my world!!!!

Comment 06 May 2016

I appreciate this. Danny Clark is the QB I want in this class. If the staff wants to add another, that's part of competition at a major university. My guess is Danny already understands and embraces that.  But just because the staff is searching does mean they don't want Danny or he somehow isn't good. Speculation beyond the observable facts is pointless. 

Comment 30 Apr 2016

Surprised the Powell has been passed up in favor of safeties no one heard of. Yes, he was prone to some bad angles at times - but he was a key player on a great defense, on a team that went 50-4. He has a knack for making big plays in big games. He's 6'3". He ran a 4.46 at the combine and has a 34.5 vertical.  Strange he's lasted this long. 

Comment 30 Apr 2016

Don't want to take my scarlet colored glasses off! :) 

It will be interesting to see how both guys pan out in the NFL. Admittedly, I'm thinking about Perry's value to Cleveland in more than just football terms. Let's say they're comparable in talent (they were only separated by a few picks).

I'd argue Perry has more value to Cleveland as a son of Ohio and as a leader.  

It just "seems" that Ohio teams don't value Ohio State players. I'm not saying you take a Buckeye who is a lesser player over a better player from another team.  But if they're equal - isn't it good business to take Buckeyes? 

I've just always wondered why the Browns and the Bengals seem to under-value Buckeyes.  It's not like we are talking about amazing, winning organizations either.  Perhaps they're just a little salty OSU rules Ohio? IDK. The Steelers seem to value Buckeyes and it's worked out well for them. 

Comment 30 Apr 2016

I haven't been that impressed with anyone from Wisky's defense since Chris Borland. I cannot see how Schobert is better than Perry. But perhaps my estimation of him being out of the league in four years is unfair (born of frustration that Ohio NFL teams seem to try to avoid Ohio State players). 

Comment 30 Apr 2016

Just saw San Diego drafted Josh Perry! Joining Joey Bosa. Maybe I should thank Cleveland for not ruining the young man's NFL future.


Comment 25 Apr 2016

Byron Scott gave management what they wanted with a Kobe farewell tour. That was a commitment to an exhibition season.

Yet, knowing they were gonna lose a lot of games still didn't play DRuss to let him learn and grow.  It was mind boggling. Maybe that's what got him fired in the end. 

Comment 14 Apr 2016

From what I've seen on limited HS tape, Potter and Funderburk are more capable of playing the stretch 4 Giddens thought he should play.  I think Thad can play two bigs if that 4 can rebound and step out and shoot.

Would love to see Tate really develop his shot, at least inside the arc, so he could play the 2 & 3 as well.  Love his hustle, don't love that we have him at the 4.  

Comment 01 Apr 2016

Thought he had a lot of strength and ran a 4.6. When he attacked in one direction with confidence, he did that well.  Thought that might translate to 3-4 edge OLB.

Where he struggled was making reads.  He could succeed as an ILB in the 3-4 IF he's not having to call the defense.  I see C Grant as needing to have straightforward responsibilities.  

Comment 31 Mar 2016

I don't think Belein could do this is the Michigan administration didn't support it and seek league support for it ... In the same year they sought out an Iowa transfer in football. 

May not be Beleins hypocrisy as much as it is the schools. IMO.