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  • SPORTS MOMENT: My favorite sports moment was when I saw Cie Grant come in and disrupt Ken Dorsey en route to a huge and "upset" of the Miami Hurricanes tied with the rollercoaster of emotions felt when I thought the game had been lost and then the pass interference call. "Holy Buckeye" also makes the list.
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  • MLB TEAM: Detroit Tigers

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Comment 06 Nov 2016

Mclaurin came up with a HUGE and very difficult TD catch for us early. He got smoked by a Nebraska defender after he beat his man badly when things started to break down for JT in the pocket. Great catch in traffic and good ability to hold on to the ball.

Comment 18 Sep 2016

Personally I think a 21 point win on the road to a top 15 team in an extremely hostile environment (who was quiet for pretty much 3 quarters) was quite exceptional to me. Couldn't be more happy with this result and to hear the O-H-I-O chant ringing through yet another big time college stadium was freaking amazing! Shout out to the best damn fans in the land!

Comment 18 Sep 2016

When will teams learn that an Urban Meyer led team should never be given extra motivation to completely obliterate an opponent. Eat crow dude.....what a performance by the Silver Bullets! The tackling in open space was absolutely incredible, the dline well outperformed my expectations for this game and the secondary was just all over the field. Unbelievable game on the prime time big stage for these young BUCKEYES!!!! GO BUCKS!!!!!

Comment 28 Nov 2015

This. Completely agree losses and TOUGH losses happen in college football and you have to man up and move on from them. Glad to see the teams resiliency and beating the absolute shit out of TTUN in their own house. Hearing the O-H-I-O chant going around again in the Turd House was brilliant and kudos to those fans making the trip. Not giving the coaching staff any excuses for last week's playcalling but you can see what terrible weather conditions can do for a playcallers confidence in their ability and their teams ability to execute in this conditions (see TCU vs. Baylor 2015 edition).