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

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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 6 hours ago
"... to use the parlance of our times." When I read that, all I can think about is: "Little matter to me that this woman chose to pursue a career in pornography, nor that she has been banging Jackie Treehorn, to use the parlance of our times. " Oh, and great write up! I wish I wasn't busy this weekend so I could attend! Will Gavin Cupp be participating?
Comment 12 hours ago

I'll wait for him to do something meaningful on an NFL field before getting a jersey. At this point, I'd be more like to go out and buy a Phil Dawson jersey and he doesn't even play with them anymore!

Comment 13 hours ago

Why would we have any ill-feelings towards Urban for coaching the team that beat us in the National Championship? He did his job there, and now he is doing that job for us. And besides, we know that he hated to coach against Ohio State:

Comment 14 hours ago



Offtopicland. This still isn't the place to discuss politics, religion, or hot-button social issues, however.

Oh hell, forget it. Great point Niblick!  

Comment 20 Jul 2014

I love this one:

"I'll be a God-damned son-of-a-bitch. You've made this mistake fifteen times this fall! Now you get with it! God-dammit I'm tired of it!"

Comment 20 Jul 2014

I will forever be a Guiton fan!

I got the #13 jersey during the 2002 season. After Clarett was no longer with the team, I hung the jersey up and waited for someone else to come in with that number that I fell in love with. Kenny G was that guy. This was my tribute to him, and I'll wear it proudly for as long as I'm around watching the Buckeyes play in the fall! 

Comment 19 Jul 2014
I too look forward to the day we pass TTUN on the all time record. I suspect it will take at least two decades to do it since we need a net 14 wins (Michigan leads, 58–45–6). I assume they will right the ship somewhat in that time, although Ohio State football's future looks brighter than any program in the country right now. It sure is a fun time to be a Buckeye fan!
Comment 19 Jul 2014
I also disagree that we need Michigan to be good. What we need is to continue beating them every year. Sure watching us defeat a #2 ranked Michigan team in 2006 was awesome, but pissing on a TTUN dumpster fire is just as great. And besides, now that we have a B1G championship game, we don't need Michigan ranked to finish the last game before bowl selection with a "quality win". Sparty will provide us with that opportunity now.
Comment 19 Jul 2014
For me: 1. Ohio State Football 2. Cleveland Indians 3. Cleveland Browns HM. Ohio State Basketball I want to thank you Chris for writing this article. It was a pleasure to read and, more importantly, great to read the discussion that followed. It's been one of the better threads we've had on this site recently.
Comment 18 Jul 2014

DJ, I'd be curious to hear your reason why you believe Urban only stays a few more years...

Comment 17 Jul 2014

I was attempting to look up the historical start times for this game but to no avail. I had been thinking the same, that every game as been at noon with exception of the #1vs#2 (which happened to be the first of my OSU/UM games). 

Unless one of the schools builds a dome or we play on a neutral field, I don't see this one moving to a prime time game anytime soon.

Comment 16 Jul 2014

I think you did the right thing and got tickets now. As a gift to your father, the longer he knows he has the tickets, the greater the anticipation will grow!

Comment 16 Jul 2014

I'm assuming that in the case of allowing through an SEC team that lost its conference championship, that the winner of the SEC championship game would also be in, correct? Would it not be unfair to the winning team that they would potentially have to beat the same quality team twice to be crowned national champs? 

Winning your conference has to take precedence and I would favor a rule to require it to get in. I would argue that the dominant league (SEC as it were) would favor this rule, as it guarantees that the team which makes it out of that conference, their road to a national championship would be slightly easier. 

Does this argument make any sense to anyone? If not, please let me know. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it.

Comment 16 Jul 2014
Let's do it!

I am all for this. There may be the thought that Ohio State would have nothing to gain by playing "little brother", but I'd take tough games against good in-state teams than blowouts against schools I struggle to even identify. 

Who is going to throw this idea on Gene Smith's desk?