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TMac

Akron, OH

Member since 25 January 2012 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Any time I'm in the Shoe! - But my most memorable experience was 1989, Cavs v Bulls. I was a season ticket holder, and the 5th game of the playoff series was the most electric atmosphere I've ever experienced. The crowd was nuts from 15 minutes before the tip until "The Shot" ripped through the net. At which point the Coliseum was completely deflated. I don't think the lead was ever more than a few points either way, Classic Game with a defining moment.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Of all time, Archie. Today, Braxton
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Of all time, Pistol Pete. Today, Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Akron Zips

Recent Activity

Comment 10 Jan 2017

Silent or not, some commitments are stronger than others. Just like some offers are stronger than others. I'm not going to knock a kid for playing the game that is recruiting in 2016-17. His talent may not have needed to "save a spot" anywhere, but there is a scholarship crunch....... 

Comment 10 Jan 2017

I Love College Football - the Buckeyes will always be my team - and I watched that whole game. And what a game it was. Without having a dog in the fight, it was just entertaining. I didn't have to care about a non-call, I just marveled at Watson and Williams getting up off the turf again and again to gash the vaunted 'Bama D for 21 in the 4th to win it with one tick on the clock. A top 5 NC game, imo. 

Now the long wait for the end of August......

Comment 29 Dec 2016

ESPN and Fox will each receive approximately 25 football games and 50 basketball games annually under the new deals. Prior to the start of each season, Fox and ESPN will select the weeks where each network gets first choice of games, with Fox having the first pick every year and the networks alternating picks for each week thereafter. (Source)

Fox also has it's cable channels, but there will be more opportunity for broadcast TV 

Comment 20 Dec 2016

There will be bowls as long as there are $ to sustain them, most only survive because of tv revenue, certainly not attendance. Plus the coaches love the added practice time, 

Once upon a time there were less than a dozen bowl games, and they did things like pick the NC before the bowls - so no bowls mattered. 

Comment 04 Dec 2016

Interesting that you start at "I have no idea why any one thinks their even close to be in over Washington" and then rather than compare PSU and UW, you compare PSU to our Buckeyes. 

Ultimately I think UW gets in ahead of PSU - because they only have one loss to USC, which is presently 11th - and PSU lost twice