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Miller City, Ohio (via Miller City, Ohio & a stop in Columbus, Ohio)

Member since 20 June 2014 | Blog

Alumnus of The Ohio State University. BSME Class of 2011.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: November 18th, 2006
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 15 hours ago

Every f***ing word Dan Fouts said during the 2002 National Championship game.

Comment 20 hours ago

Please please please post the usernames with those tweets, so people can come here for their public shaming.


Comment 20 hours ago

Its in the contract that contributors sign with Eleven Warriors. I don't recall the section number, but it mentions the obligatory MENSA mention anytime Tom Herman is discussed.

Comment 05 Oct 2015

Nope, he didn't.

Michigan (2008): -7 yards

Indiana (2010): -19 yards

Purdue (2010): -2 yards

Good thing I didn't bet anything.

Comment 05 Oct 2015

You should've been around for VaTech last year.

Comment 05 Oct 2015

Meh, nothing to get worked up over here. Pat Forde cashes checks by getting page hits and these types of articles do it.

We win out, we're in. It's as simple as that. If Northwestern gets all the love this season, great. We benefit by playing them in the Big Ten Championship game.

Comment 02 Oct 2015

I used to be anti-black uniform. I've changed my mind after reading all the anti-black posts and I realized how ridiculous I must have sounded. 

Come on the lawn boys. The grass... is fine.

Comment 29 Sep 2015

Oh right, because I was literally claiming that my stupid art projects made me a better artist than Rodin.

I lose, I guess?

Comment 29 Sep 2015

Every season is a misshaped ball of clay that can become a Rodin sculpture, or it could turn into a lopsided pencil-holder you give to your mom on Mother’s Day.

Which is supposed to be the good one and which the bad one? Because my mother cherished all those silly school creations like they were French masterpieces.