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Sportpaco


Tipp City, OH (via Trotwood, OH)

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Comment 22 May 2015

I have a nephew who was born in Ohio. Even after relocating out of state as a child, he grew up a huge Buckeye fan. Everything was about the Buckeyes. He went on the graduate from TCU. During the most recent B1G Championship Game, it was communicated to me that he was cheering for Wisconsin (not much to cheer for that day). I am guessing it was to allow a playoff entry for his Frogs. If that wasn't bad enough, after the Buckeyes win, he went on to then argue about TCU having a better case to "get in" than the Buckeyes. Needless to say, he was back sitting at the kids table on Easter.

Comment 24 Mar 2015

It's really about end user buy-in and staff training. I am not trying to be that guy, but my company specializes in Google Apps migrations and support. We have a Youtube channel with free training videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/netdemics. Maybe it will help.

Comment 08 Feb 2015

The kid is a great player, no doubt. But, even he knows they weren't the best team. That's why he is holding up two fingers in the picture.

Comment 06 Feb 2015

I think this high school coach isn't ready for the spotlight of the recruitment process to end either.

Comment 24 Jan 2015

I think the only thing that has the potential to beat the Buckeyes for the foreseeable future is the QB position.

Didn't we just beat a Heisman winning quarterback rather easily? I am not worried yet. 

Comment 22 Jan 2015

Three of the "best" players, just not on THE BEST TEAM!

Comment 22 Jan 2015

I like the way UH handled the transition too. I am guessing I am just 1 of 100,000+ new fans of UH for letting him finish the run. I know I will pull for them.

Comment 22 Jan 2015

I am not sure if he made that call to Burrow, but sticking around for an extra month to finish the run was certainly a stand-up move. 

Comment 15 Jan 2015

It's a win-win situation for him. If he stays another two years, and never plays another meaningful down, he'll have the same game film to offer the NFL scouts that he has now. The difference is, in two years, he'll have his degree to fall back on in the event the NFL thing doesn't work out. Wise choice.