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stantmann


Sedona, AZ (via Columbus, OH)

Member since 12 January 2012 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Holy Buckeye!
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George, Joe Germaine, Troy Smith
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jon Diebler or Jim Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Anywhere Lebron plays
  • MLB TEAM: Redlegs
  • SOCCER TEAM: really?

Recent Activity

Comment 12 May 2016

Too many GREATS in the NBA to choose just 3, Jordan, Bird, Robertson, James, and Wilt would be my starting 5 to beat any 6 that you choose.

In Ohio which has had quite a few greats, it really comes down to 3. Lebron, Curry, Havlicek... Honorable mentions: Jimmy Jackson, Herb, Oakley, Redd, Harper, Lucas.

Comment 03 May 2016

I think you should check your definition of hail mary. "In the Hail Mary pass, all receivers run straight toward the endzone and the Quarterback will make a long pass that is often up for grabs." Nobody went deep. when Braxton was flushed, he waved to Smith (only) to go deep. Wisconsin still had to play against the run to try to keep OSU from getting into Basil's FG range. OSU was only trying to get a few yards as evidenced by the receivers routes.

Here's a link to the play in case you forgot what the situation was.

Comment 15 Apr 2016

Feel bad for Sibley. He wants to be a Buckeye, committed early, and never wavered. I understand the angles of recruiting, but there has to be a point where you say, "Look, #10 ranked player, you have to committ now, you can't wait until signing day or there is a chance you may have to grayshirt because others have been committed to us for a long time". This may cause OSU to lose a recruit, but at least it is honest.

Comment 21 Mar 2016

The 3 point line was only 19 9 back then too. This one game proved how much 3 point shooting can beat even the best of teams. The next year, the NCAA changed the 3 point line distance. I agree with you, OSU was the better team, but Florida hit the important long distance shots every time it needed them.