MEMBER SINCE   March 28, 2012


  • SPORTS MOMENT: I'm a Cleveland sports fan so I don't have many but the 2003 NCG and the Bernie Kosar years for the Browns
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: it was TP, is Braxton now, will be Jalin in the future
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: not an avid fan
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: ummmmm no
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: see nhl

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Nov 2019
I know nothing about football strategy, but my guess is teams have tended to slide their coverage towards the side of the field we always kick to. And just like Ryan Day says about his offensive plays, you need a counter to each of your plays. This was the counter to their normal kickoff. Maybe this makes covering their normal kicks a little bit easier from now on... until the next time!
Comment 11 Feb 2015
Please go easy on my hometown, just a small portion of it on Lou Groza Blvd is currently ablaze.
Comment 05 Nov 2014
Assuming it will be a close game, what final score puts the BIG in the best light? A 9-6 "classic SEC defensive struggle" or a 61-58 "high powered offensive display"? My guess is that either one would be spun to make the BIG look bad even though the actual participants in games with these scores had their profiles raised because of them.
Comment 09 Oct 2014
Watch, when Missouri beats Georgia this weekend they'll move ahead of the good guys in the rankings.
Comment 12 Sep 2014

They don't have the coaching talent or the athletes or the time to install it correctly.

After reading this I realized that it's likely we'll see the bear/cover zero in our bowl game.

Comment 03 Sep 2014
45 - 24 buckeyes win easily