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Atlanta, GA (via Youngstown, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   August 30, 2010

Long time Buckeye fan. Teach chess in an after-school program in Atlanta. Raised in NE Ohio. YSU grad. Aspiring medical botanical caregiver. Love the kayak.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 OSU Buckeyes National Championship Overtime Win
  • NFL TEAM: Browns :-(
  • NHL TEAM: Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: USA Men's and Women's

Recent Activity

Comment 22 Nov 2019

With the BIG game of the year less than 24 hrs. away, I feel compelled to add my two cents worth, so

I'm seeing three scores through the air, two on the ground by JK, plus a running TD from Fields, which quickly adds-up to six TD's for 42, and through in a couple FG's for good measure.

Buckeyes 48, Nitt's 17

It's either going to be a scenario like the one above, or another year that;s too close for comfort. And since we haven't seen the too close for comfort variety from anyone yet this year, I'm leaning toward the 48-17 outcome in favor of the good guys.

Comment 05 Jun 2019

Cautionary Tale: Road game, 2002 at Paul Brown Stadium. Cincinnati has the ball in Ohio State’s red zone, trailing 23-19 with less than a minute to play.

What I remember is the Bearcats having a pretty good QB, and of course, he got hot on their last drive. Next thing I know at least a two passes are deflected in the end zone, and my heart is in my throat!

It was a night game on a roller coaster of emotions. College football at its best, and for Buckeye Nation, one of the scariest! 

No one gave Cincinnati much of a chance going into that one either.

Comment 12 Jan 2019

Evidently, K. Wesson had his, “Big man on campus” moment, when he tried to claim to the world, through the media, that his team was just as good as Michigan State, after Chris Holtmann said, “We’re not there yet.”

Hopefully, it was just one of those young, impetuous moments, (please pay no attention to Tater) because this basketball team needs Big K to grow up fast.

Comment 10 Jan 2019

Here’s how it most likely went down. Tate got called in the office, spanked, and told not to air his football business to the public, which, of course, hurt his feelings, so he’s looking for a way out.

He would have been fun to watch, but his mouth got in the way. If he learns to keep his mouth shut, he still has a chance. 

I wish him well.