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BuckeyeBen7.7


MEMBER SINCE   January 28, 2017

Graduate of a small town school, and currently attending the greatest University in the world!

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: The comeback against PSU in 2017. Had really good seats and was the craziest sports moment ever.

    Rushing the field after beating Michigan wasn't too bad either ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: I could list a hundred, so it's hard to choose
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jon Deibler
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 8 hours ago

#4 has been happening for awhile. Thousands of businesses will never open their doors again, tens of thousands more burnt their savings just to survive. Supply chains are messed up beyond belief. Families without jobs struggle to get by. You really can’t put a number to the financial suffering that has happened. Financial suffering leads to suicides, drug abuse, domestic violence, and an overall lower quality of life among numerous other things. I believe in hindsight, this may be worse than Covid itself.

Comment 06 Aug 2020

Bucks19 is getting DV’s by people who have probably never been there. I went there in 2018, and found out at the gate we had fake tickets (so real the scanner read them, just said it was the wrong date). Anyways, on our way back, met a couple fans who were nothing but welcoming. Couple even offered us free beer and food after hearing what happened. Sure, some students where assholes but I would expect that from anywhere, and we kinda reveled in it so it was good. But overall the PSU fans were great in person, even if online is a different story.

Comment 31 Jul 2020

For that same reason, a guy like Prince might have gotten a chance to prove himself this year that he might not have gotten in years past. Whether a whole year from someone sitting out, or just a game or two because someone had a positive case. Not to mention the ever present chance of someone ahead of him getting hurt. Players in Princes position need every chance they can get, and there might only be one chance to prove yourself. If you don’t take advantage of it, then you’re out of luck. Hindsight is 20/20 but if that shot shows up and he’s not there, he might regret it.

Comment 29 Jul 2020

With the top graphic, I don’t think lots of people full comprehend just how many rats 10,000 is. I mean it’s just hard to envision that many animals. So many rats would just simply overwhelm things. I’m taking them and the wolves. That means 80 things are trying to kill me, so each one has to deal with 125 rats while the 15 wolves work together to pick of the weaker ones. I’m feeling pretty safe.

Comment 28 Jul 2020

Breaking news: every single one of those MLB players, as well as future college football players, NFL players etc, will be completely fine. Are they going to get the virus? Yes. We’re all going to get it. It’s time we accept that fact. Hospitals aren’t getting overwhelmed, they’re not even close to capacity. It’s beyond time to let life go back to normal, and that includes sports.

Comment 25 Jul 2020

As someone who is a bit on the younger side, I can honestly say I’ve never heard of Chief Illiniwek. But from looking him up, I feel like he could’ve been a badass mascot. Get someone with a lot of energy and character into that position, and they’d be pretty cool.

Comment 24 Jul 2020

There is a big difference between baseball and basketball. In basketball, yes upsets are common, hence the March madness. But generally speaking, you can expect the better team to win more often than in baseball. Winning 100 games a year in MLB is considered very good. That’s a winning percentage of 61.7%. That would translate to roughly a 20-12 record, which is decidedly average for a power 5 team. My point? The better team in baseball is much more likely to lose a single game than a similar set of teams in basketball.