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You can't spell chump without UM


Member since 13 January 2013 | Blog

I usually don't post or comment during Buckeye games because I'm busy yelling at my TV. But I do like to chat any other time.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: The 2002 National Championship, 2014 National Championship (With a "3rd string" QB) & Beating Bama
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Ted Ginn Jr.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jon Diebler
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: N/A
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Real Madrid (Yes, I like Soccer)

Recent Activity

Comment 27 Jun 2017

I have a lot of faith in Barrett. I've been re-watching some of the games from 2014, and saw how accurate of a passer he can be with proper coaching, and usage of good mechanics. I know he's been hyped up for the Heisman the past two preseasons, but I truly believe he'll be a finalist this season.

Comment 15 Jun 2017

Pitino must be be breathing a huge sigh of relief that he didn't do something immoral, like withholding information about his players exchanging their own belongings for tattoos. God, I can't even imagine doing something so atrocious.

Comment 12 Jun 2017

I don't know a ton about baseball, but I know that a teenager throwing over 100 MPH has a cannon arm.

Comment 09 Jun 2017

I believe so. Even when he makes a good decision, like hiring Meyer, people still argue that Urban "fell into his lap". Well guess what, there's been many instances throughout sports and history where people or events have "fallen into one's lap" and they still passed on it.
Netflix fell into Blockbuster's lap, and they rejected their offer twice, and now Blockbuster is out of business.
Tom Brady fell into the lap of every NFL team multiple times, and they all, including the Patriots, passed on him.
At least give Gene credit for making the logical decisions, which he's done consistently.

Comment 07 Jun 2017

Holy shit! This is absolutely shocking. So this means Stoops' final defeat was handed to him by the Buckeyes.

Comment 07 Jun 2017

The Man Who Sold the World is a song of David Bowie's, which was covered by Nirvana one time.
And yes, this is a good title.