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buckeyeEddie27


Columbus, OH (via Springfield, OH )

MEMBER SINCE   December 03, 2011

Ohio guy. Brief stint in Indiana for school but brought my talents back to the Buckeye State.
Family.
Friends.
Buckeyes.

Serial Upvoter.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Indiana game 2011.
    First game with my Dad since 1993. Hit the Skull Session, had decent seats, GREAT weather, Braxton set a school record, Bucks pulled out a victory, and to top it off after the game we got our picture taken with Gordon Gee and Gene Smith.
    I'll remember that day the rest of my life. That is what it's all about folks.

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: #27. '95 Heisman Winner,'96 NFL ROTY,9yr NFL Vet, 10K yd RB, Entrepreneur, Restauranteur,Thespian.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: ~still~ Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: WHO DEY!
  • NHL TEAM: Would rather watch Buckeye replays.
  • NBA TEAM: Any and all former Buckeyes.
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Would rather watch Buckeye replays

Recent Activity

Comment 16 Jan 2020
This is all hilarious. In it's entirety. A compliance nightmare. Fake real wad of cash being handed out. Cigars. Now an arrest warrant. Clemson taking a fat ass L on top of it all. This is the spectacle we all deserve.
Comment 14 Jan 2020
I'm happy for Joe. He is a national champion. I hopefully have 50 or so more seasons to root for the buckeyes to win it all. Joe can have this year and it's fine by me. The Clemson game wrecked my soul but seeing him win, and be a champion is a very nice consultation prize. We will never know how things would have turned out if he stayed. Would he have developed into what he is now, while riding the bench and playing mop up duty in 2018 behind Dwayne? I think not. For Joe to become Jeux he needed a full season of being QB1 to set him self up for this run and championship season. He got his Natty, and we still have a good shot at one next year. Big picture....that sounds good to me.
Comment 09 Jan 2020
When he had that same cyst drained a few years back it was a huge deal. No one let on how dangerous it was or how close he was to hanging it up right then and there. He's mentioned this in interviews since retiring from OSU. And that wasn't an elective procedure. It needed to happen. This as far as I I know would be completely voluntary. Seriously doubt his family or DRs would sign off.
Comment 07 Jan 2020
To keep up with Jones'? No To be competitive and reward performance? Yes In other words just because you're and OC or a DC doesn't mean you walk in and make a mill or a mill .5 on day one Shoe me you're elite and will stay for a couple years and you'll get a bump. Show up and expect to be a top paid assistant on day one? No, I don't think the university should operate like that. Edit, I'm just using a million or a million and a half figuratively. Current staff probably makes that now. I mean, absolute top dollar on day one isnt a good plan.