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Member since 24 September 2012 | Blog

Just your average sports nut. Played some small college ball, always a little undersized for the bigs. Had fun though.


  • NFL TEAM: Dallas
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

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Comment 19 Apr 2017

I can't tell if your hashtag is sarcasm or not.

Ohio State's athletic programs are pretty dominant across the board. Could (has?) he potentially bungled this Thad Matta decline. Certainly, but IMO if the Basketbucks endure another season like the last one, the voices from fans, boosters, former players will be too loud not to make a move. 

Gotta be his last chance. One opportunity, mom's spaghetti and whatnot.

Comment 07 Apr 2017

I enjoyed it. Looking forward to season 2. Prepare to hear copious amounts of the f-word. 

Comment 04 Apr 2017

He's definitely shiftier than Zeke. But let's pump the brakes on speed. Though it could be equal, Zeke was a track star (and is outrunning nfl defenses + 85 yds thru the heart of the south). Also, Zeke is a one cut runner with sneaky agility (jump cuts/hurdler) & tilts the scale at 220/225. Dobbins isn't that big. Looks like a legit star for sure tho. 

Comment 04 Apr 2017

It's a leadership concept Urban utilizes. Discussed in his book Above the Line, from the 2014 season. 

"When it comes to strategy, one of Meyer’s mainstays was the 10-80-10 principle. According to the 10-80-10 principle of human behavior, the nucleus of a group—its best or elite performers—represent 10 percent of the team. Outside this nucleus are the 80 percent—the teammates who consistently perform good work–and the bottom 10 percent, which is composed of slackers and other malcontents. At Ohio State, Meyer tried to motivate as many players as possible to move from the middle group into the top one. By the end of the 2014 season, Meyer estimates that 30 percent of his squad were among this nucleus group."

From this article since I googled this because i was curious too:

Comment 16 Jan 2017

I firmly believe that when teams are tied for a pick (14. Colts/Eagles) that they should have to race to the podium. In the event of a tie at the podium, a wrestling match, or even an aggressive game of rock/paper/scissors should decide who picks first.

Comment 01 Dec 2016

No, for real. Theres a subreddit r/watchpeopledie. And that's relatively mild compared to some of the darker places.