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Member since 11 January 2012 | Blog

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  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Any Buckeye player
  • NFL TEAM: Hard to admit but Brownies!
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Eh? No thanks

Recent Activity

Comment 05 Mar 2014


whatever it is you guys have done, the site and specifically the scrolling on the IPad seems to be much more responsive. Thanks so much! 

Comment 07 Feb 2014

I am also having the scroll problem on the iPad. It just kind of freezes. It seems to scroll better when it's in landscape than in portrait. Portrait is almost unbearable for scrolling. The scroll seems to be the biggest problem when in reading the comments as others have noted.


Thanks for all you do for us. I have no doubt these small bugs will get fixed. 


Comment 12 Sep 2013

Now that is how you make an entrance!! Love this band so much.


Go Bucks!

Comment 10 Aug 2013

@MOEPHIUS..Thank you. I was going to say the exact same thing. Urban is damned if he does and damned if he doesn't. Just because we don't know what the violation was does not mean the action was not deserved.

Also, If I am the parent of said football player or even the football player, I would be thankful OSU did not put my personal business out there. It really is not our business as to the why. If it's public it will come out eventually anyway.

Comment 21 Jul 2013

Proud to have you as a Buckeye Terry. Represent the Buckeyes with honor (which I'm sure you will) and you will forever be in our hearts.

Comment 06 Jun 2013

I will never forget him coming to a Tribe game wearing a Yankee hat. WTF? Yes, you can root for whoever you like but do you really come to a Tribe/Yankee game and root against your home team publicly? A Tribe team that came to the Q and supported your team! Classless. That would be like Braxton going to an OSU basketball game wearing Michigan gear. 

Comment 06 Jun 2013

Agree mostly with this except to say disappointed is an understatement. As many others have said, it's not that he left Cleveland it was the way he left. This city bent over backwards for him, including off the court. He left the Cavs high and dry with no time to even try and get other players to help replace him. I think he owed it to the city to at least be straight with the team if he was going to leave.

Of course I also blame the Cavs for putting all of their eggs in one basket. 

I give him major respect as a ball player because I do think he is amazing. I just wish he showed us the same respect.

Comment 03 Oct 2012

Here is another kid I feel really good about. He seems like a great kid.

I like how he wanted to commit early so that he was not a "distraction" to his school and team. I've been really impressed with the way he has handled himself so far. Welcome aboard Tyquan!

Comment 14 Aug 2012

I still absolutely get chills when I watch Kyle Dodson make his announcement. It never gets old.

Comment 08 May 2012

IMO this is not about one recruit, the football program or tOSU. This is much bigger than that. When we as fans and human beings get so crazed about a sport that we are willing to overlook things and just keep quiet when things aren't right, that is a sad statement on the human race. Then people have the nerve to blast Ramzy and the others who actually did the right thing? Shame on you. I hope those that did that never have children that need an adult to step forward for them one day. Think just a while back when everyone was blasting Mike Mcqueary for not doing something that fateful day in the locker room showers. People everwhere wanted his head. "I would have (insert violence of choice here)" was a common theme. So if this is the way people react to someone doing the right thing even if it hurts their beloved football program it's no wonder people don't get involved.

I don't care if the kid is 10 years old or 20 years old. He is someone's child. It was the right thing to do and I applaude Ramzy and the others for stepping up.

Comment 04 May 2012

If sex offenders or any other creep wants to find you they will find a way. There are MANY ways to do this these days whether it be myspace,facebook or twitter. Remember Craigslist killer? We had a news story not so long ago up here near Cleveland where there was a serial killer puttings adds in the paper for jobs. People would show up and he/they would kill them.

It's just a very sad commentary on the human race these days.

Comment 04 May 2012

I would be willing to bet he violated the terms of his probation by

1) Tweeting to these kids and 2) hanging out with them. Hopefully he will now go to jail.

The problem here is that these kids did not find him creepy. They just thought he was a huge fan and kind of a cool guy. Which is what I think may be bothering them the most. That they did not see the "signs" and then the story broke about who he really is and Alex was probably like WTF?

As the mother of an OSU student myself and had this been my son I might have the same knee jerk reaction. Right or wrong most parents would do anything and go to extremes to protect their children. Letting them grow up and leave the nest and live a life is one thing but enter a ped and it's a whole new ballgame.

Comment 08 Mar 2012

I've asked this on Twitter to one of you but I don't remember who....Is there anyway I can donate via paypal? I would like to donate but really hate having all these accounts and didn't really want to create another. Paypal seems to be the standard way. I'm not saying I won't donate any other way but to me it would just be easier.


Thanks for all you do!

Comment 16 Feb 2012

I'm not going to say he's my favorite because I think I've said that (at least to myself) about all of them so far. haha (Although, Tyvis is still my number one) I think that's a testiment to what a great group of guys Urban is getting! The wait for football season will be agonizing. So excited.  

Comment 30 Jan 2012


This was an excellent read. Great work!