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New Jersey (via St. Marys, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   July 26, 2012

Raised as the son of an Ohio State grad, I've been a Buckeye fan since a kid. Went out of state to college at the school that has since become the latest (associate) member of the B1G. Have lived in NJ virtually my entire adult life.Still get a thrill watching TBDBITL and Buckeye football.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: beating Eric Dearbaugh in the mile
  • NFL TEAM: The original Cleveland Browns
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 15 Oct 2019
Given that Illinois is still only Illinois (and even Michigan beat them by 17), Nebraska is the only "impressive" win (and look how bad we beat them). Still, it looks as if Minnesota is gradually looking better as their competition gets better.
Comment 14 Oct 2019
He already has more yards rushing in the NFL than Paul Hornung, who's in the HOF. So i'd say he's having a himself a decent career. ( of course, IMHO, Hornung is/was outrageously overrated, owing to his ND and Packer affiliations. Or perhaps it's the value added by his 47% career FG success rate)
Comment 13 Oct 2019
@MB222. That's nonsense, and exhibits a "the whole world us against us" point of view worthy of a Michigan or PSU fan. The reason the SEC had two teams in the 2017 playoffs was that there were two 2-loss Power 5 champions, perhaps abetted in part by a pro-Alabama (not pro-SEC) bias that made them the "obvious" choice for a fourth team.l, much like the Buckeyes were in 2016. Could something like that happen again? Sure, but it's highly unlikely.
Comment 11 Oct 2019
Ahh... but maybe they are biased against everyone, but not equally so. We need to ferret out the bias discrepancy. The bias to the bias, as it were.
Comment 10 Oct 2019
I'll take Myers and Jackson over their 2 any day, and the difference in performance between Fields and Dobbins and their counterparts. Is so much great the the difference in recruiting ranking that you have to laugh. Buckeyes for the win - having better talent upon arrival and better coaching afterwards.