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East Central Ohio 35 mins from Pittsburgh. (via Wintersville, Ohio)

Member since 02 April 2014 | Blog

Following the Buckeyes since 1981, not cause I was born into it. I chose them with PITT & ND fans everywhere. Now most are bandwagon Buckeye fans.
Grew up watching POST Woody Hayes, Earle Bruce style OHIO ST. in the early 1980's.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Beating Alabama in the Sugar Bowl !!! /ND Victories 95-96-05.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Jacoby Boren/Darron Lee
  • NFL TEAM: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Pittsburgh Penquins
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Pittsburgh Pirates

Recent Activity

Comment 31 Jan 2016

This sounds more like "most dissapointing buckeye " than disliked .

They all accomplished more than I ever did atheletically.

Comment 16 Jan 2016

If I'm not wrong, I believe if we get Haskins it increases odds of other recruits /i.e. WR's.

So splittimg hairs with other QBs for QBs sake not a big deal. But Haskins is more than just a QB to this class , he could bring valuble weapons/recruits(WR) with him.

Comment 08 Oct 2015

If by "playing at a high level" he means grabbing onto a runner and being drug past the 1st down marker? Then...yeah, yeah Raekwon is playing at a extremely high level.

Comment 08 Oct 2015

IMO, the Buckeyes could use a team feeling sorry for themselves. Like a Kent St. last year to get some offensive confidence back.


It almost seems like the B1G hates Ohio St's reputation in this league. Idk. 

Every week we our somebody's Super Bowl. It's getting tiresome. 1given the way we have been playing.

Comment 07 Oct 2015

Would love to see Terry McLaurin and KJ Hill given a chance on offense.

Really like to see Nick Conner given the chance to make a tackle at MLB while Kwon recovers from headaches.

I don't understand alot of things Meyer is doing this year and I'm hoping it due to the fact our best opponents are back to back late in the season.

Why recruit and stockpile talent if you never use it when needed. I always heard one of Meyer's faults was he has "his liked players" and if your not one of them you rarely see the field. I hope thats bs. But after 3 yrs Mike Mitchell, Nick Connor, Sam Hubbard(last year)Terry McLaurin who is just as fast as Campbell I don't know anymore.

I guess we will find out in the last 2-3 games in the B1G. If OSU and Meyer run through MSU/TSUN and the B1G Championship using plays, players and formations we haven't seen before and the team is peaking at the just right time.... I/we, will all look like morons and hear the, "I told you so's" ,from the Insiders and few who knew all along.

But for the average Die-Hards it seems irritating and pointless to continue to look like a average team that doesn't look like they belong in the TOP TEN CFB Ranking ....Let alone the CFB PLAYOFFS!!!

Comment 24 Aug 2015

MSU steals things to ,slogans "Chase it".

I have to wonder if this was takin out of context, maybe he was bragging and not condemning .

Until Coaches start taking out Patents, oh well. Imagine how rich Tom Landry would be for designing the 4-4 defense to stop Jim Brown.

Pat Narduzzi isn't a bad guy. Just a little salty maybe, but he is good people.

Comment 19 Aug 2015

Coach Coombs took of the black stripe for KJ not running him over!!

No seriously KJ Hill had a for step jump of the move he made on Hooker(who is very solid) and then increased the space as he jumped for the pass not running over Coombs!!

Thats Black Stripe Worthy right there!!!

Comment 07 Aug 2015

I'm pretty sure Terry McLaurin finished in the top 2 or 3 in the Sparq Rating at the opening:

-------By the time the 2013 SPARQ National Championship was coming to its conclusion, it was a two-man competition between 4-star Speedy Noil and 3-star Terry McLaurin.

Noil is one of the most coveted athletes in the nation and will likely earn his fifth star after taking the big prize on Monday night with the second-highest SPARQ rating in history at 153.90.

McLaurin, on the other hand, commented on ESPNU that he enjoys the underdog role that comes with being an under-the-radar recruit. 

The previously unheralded receiver won't be under the radar anymore, as he showed off some incredible physical ability, including his 4.40-second 40 and 44.8" vertical jump. Meyer is undoubtedly thrilled to have him on board as an Ohio State commit.