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Columbus (via Cleveland)

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: OSU beating Miami for the National Championship.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Currently Braxton Miller
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets? I guess.
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Jul 2014

“We know we don’t have the option to not get better" -- that is a very Kyle Kalis way to say something.

Comment 21 Apr 2014

I'm excited to see more pass break-ups and interceptions.  There may be more long pass plays given up, but it's not like last year's softer scheme eliminated those completely anyway.

Comment 11 Apr 2014

In 4th grade CYO basketball, I made a game-winning buzzer beater for a thrilling victory (score was something like 16-14).  There was no full-court pressing allowed, and the clock didn't start after a dead ball until someone passed one-quarter court (makes going the length of the court in 2 seconds just a little bit easier).  I took the inbound pass with 2 seconds left, dribbled without any real urgency up court since the clock wouldn't start, and then sped up as I passed the half-court line, dribbled off a pick on the right wing, and nailed a shot at the buzzer. 

Other "shining moment" was making a game-saving diving catch down the left field line for the last out of my team's Co-Rec B Intramural Softball championship game during my junior year.

Comment 20 Mar 2014

Agreed completely -- I didn't think we'd score in that situation unless someone made one of those jump shots that we're allergic too, so I would take anything in that situation with however much time left on the clock.

Comment 20 Mar 2014

Having guards who can shoot and score in general will be nice next season.  I'll miss Craft for all of the great defensive plays and the occasional big layup, but I won't miss Lenzelle at all.

Comment 15 Mar 2014

It was also a pretty pathetic dunk for it being a full-court drive with no defenders.  Stauskas seems so soft.