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Member since 23 August 2012 | Blog


  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

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Comment 24 Aug 2015
Not a song, but I have four words for you: Horn of Helm Hammerhand!
Comment 16 Aug 2015
I just read through this entire thread without even hitting the "show all comments", and I'm not even upset about it. You know why? Because this is the greatest fan site I've ever experienced and it's completely FREE!! Please stop all this whining about having to click on one little thing. Sometimes the hijackers annoy me, sometimes they make me lol, but at least I don't have to pay for all this AWESOME content.
Comment 11 Jun 2015
The U.S. U-20 team just got a big win over Columbia in the round of 16 the night before as well. The future is looking bright for the USMNT.
Comment 05 Jun 2015
I have always loved playing and watching football, but I would go with soccer. There is so much that soccer has to offer at the highest level...the World Cup, the Olympics, professional leagues and even international friendly matches. You could find yourself playing all over the world against the best in the world, not just for money, but for pride and the chance to represent your country. Also, there is so much excitement recently in the U.S. and it would be great to be a part of it. I know there are many people who don't get the "soccer" thing, but I played from an early age and loved playing it at every stage.
Comment 23 May 2015
I'd like to see Vitor get a finish but doesn't seem likely. If DC is smart he will keep his fingers as far away from Rumble's eyes as possible, all it takes is one eye poke and he'll have no chance at a win.
Comment 10 May 2015
I always hated it when I would see ND and ttun hockey and lax teams with the traditional football helmet design but see us with plain scarlet or silver helmets. I think ALL of the sports that wear helmets should have the same look as the football helmets.
Comment 27 Apr 2015
I wouldn't say I like it, but it's definitely better than E. Washington's red field.