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BuckeyeBulldog


Fremont Michigan (via Greenville Michigan)

MEMBER SINCE   January 09, 2019

Small town Michigan guy who grew up on the right side of the rivalry. Mom bleeds S&G, dad spent a year at UofM before coming to his senses. Ferris State Bulldog alum and hopeful future grad student.

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2006, #1 v #2
    just so happened to be the first football game I remember being excited for and watching growing up and cemented myself as a buckeye fan.
  • NFL TEAM: Bears
  • NHL TEAM: Blackhawks
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 8 hours ago
Would have been a huge way to open the game with a touchdown just for bama playing lazy. That one definitely bothered me at the time. I can only imagine the explosion Saban would have had if we did pick it up.
Comment 15 Aug 2019
Had to check that out because I knew it would be a gold mine of pisstakes. I was not disappointed but this excerpt is one of the best in a while... SMart WolveFan writes in response to someone saying the rivalry doesn't just change overnight Actually it does just happen on it's own. There is an ebb and flow to college football and that current cannot be out recruited, out bagmaned or out coached. Ya know who I believe in more than Derrion Henry AND Paris Hinton and any other Bucknut, the 16 Ohioans that are on UofM's current roster ...including 7 walk-ons. Funny thing is I remember early in the recruiting cycle, before Urban Decay was on his way out, back when OSU didn't give out offers to Ohio kids until all the Texans had turned them down, Henry talked about being glad to get a UofM offer. He may be right though, OSU's new rival maybe Cincinnati while UofM moves on to Bama :)
Comment 13 Aug 2019
Cant really blame him for not thinking it is a rivalry, makes me feel old but the incoming class was only alive for 2 OSU losses and only probably remembers one. He will learn quickly that it's about more than just the wins and losses but to respect the rivalry once he is in the program.
Comment 10 Aug 2019
Petrucci was one of the guys I definitely idolized and got me into wanting to play guitar, his signature guitars have all been awesome, I dont own any but have played them at music shops. I have a classic fender jazz master that I love as well as a few modern ibanez models. But my baby is my Strandberg, if you havent heard of them they are a swedish brand that builds ergonomically designed headless guitars. It is the lightest and smoothest playing thing I've touched, has a crazy trapezoidal shaped neck that tapers off as you move up and basically forces your hand in a proper position at all times.
Comment 10 Aug 2019
Fellow Vinyl collector here, not quite as many in mine but I've been taking it seriously for only a couple years. I really love finding obscure bands and albums, particularly progressive rock and art rock or Jazz fusion bands. I also collect guitar pedals and have recently begun doing my own modifications to certain popular pedals as a hobby.