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Unky Buck

Boardman, OH

Member since 13 July 2012 | Blog

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I live in an apartment that I rent in the city. I do lots of things for a living and I am content on not having an office. No wife, which is a long story. No kids either, which is an even longer story. I also have more nose hair than my brother.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship team - was my 3rd year at OSU
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Tie between Eddie George and Joe Germaine
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Buffalo Bills
  • NHL TEAM: If I must pick one...Pittsburgh Penguins
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers but I don't care for the NBA
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Celtic FC

Recent Activity

Comment 11 minutes ago

I agree as well. I'm actually more irritated that they used Buck-I-Guy in the commercial. God, couldn't they pick Elika? At least show our good side.

Comment 19 minutes ago

Dude, I never said anything about running routes. Someone just mentioned that he was bad at catching balls and all I said is that is a learnable trait. Calm the hell down as I never said it was easy to be an NFL WR. You just seem to be looking to argue with everyone about everything. Just take it within the context of what I was saying and stop overblowing things so much.

Comment 4 hours ago

Maybe I'm being a bit too ignorant on the finer points of the sport, but I have to imagine that catching a ball is one of the easier things to teach someone. I know there are finer points, but I can't imagine it would take long getting him comfortable in catching a ball.

Comment 7 hours ago

I've never understood this thought. Stand your ground because you think you deserve to play QB but remain unemployed or use your incredible God-given athleticism at another position and continue playing the sport that you love while making some money doing so. Seems like a no-brainer to me but hey, that's just me.

Comment 11 hours ago

I'd say "a lot of programs" is an awfully wide brush. Yes, it is true that they can release the student and they don't always have to sit out a year but most transfers have to sit out a year. Even Mike Mitchell has to sit out this year for Texas Tech and he moved closer to home for his sick dad. That seems like a more logical reason to give a student athlete an exemption (which the NCAA didn't allow for an exception) than releasing a student because the coach is now gone. Basically, no transfer will ever be given an exemption on the sitting out a year because a coach was fired or left for another job (the only exception would be NCAA sanctions but that is because of sanctions, not because the coach was fired).

Comment 12 hours ago

But what about recent comments?

Haha, I seriously don't care actually (or maybe I do) but thanks for all the updates and hard work, Jason and the rest of the 11W staff!

Comment 13 hours ago

I never would've guessed George O'Learly was an Al.com commenter.

Reason enough to follow your own rule about not reading comments outside of 11dubya.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

negotiate a laughable buy-out clause

Before that, they need to negotiate a ridiculous extension after 1 good season with someone else's recruited talent.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

Regardless if a coach is fired or leaves, the player is still required to sit a year if they decide to transfer.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

Don't forget that he should (re)use an icon that is made up of ice cream sandwiches but looks like a gun.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

But what if 5 of his other personalities started those threads?

Comment 29 Sep 2014

They miss a lot of things. I blame it on the lack of creativity and not being able to see outside the box.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

You know what none of them have to do when eating? Switch the knife and fork from hand to hand. Suck on that, you right-handed folk!