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Orlando, Florida (via Westerville, OH-IO!)

MEMBER SINCE   September 05, 2012


  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: right now: JK Dobbins all time: Eddie George
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: 1)Columbus Blue Jackets 2)Tampa Bay Lightning
  • NBA TEAM: 1)Cleveland Cavs 2)Orlando Magic
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: USA, Columbus Crew (I guess)

Recent Activity

Comment 03 Sep 2020

I felt every emotion imaginable reading this comment. Luckily I was laughing at the end. Thanks Miss Walker.

Comment 03 Sep 2020

I'll be in Columbus the weekend of 10/10. We had a ticket hookup for Iowa secured. It likely would have been a night game, probably a blackout.

I'm sad.

(Although, saving the blackout for Halloween against Nebraska would have made sense too)

Comment 02 Sep 2020

This "vote" information may also come out if/when the schools give complete responses to the FOIA Act requests. They'll drag their feet on these as long as possible though.

Comment 31 Aug 2020


On a related note, I plan to watch as little college football as possible this year.

Comment 26 Aug 2020

Those bums already lost in 2020... January 1st to Alabama.

Maybe an "Undefeated in B1G 2020" banner, or a "Tied for First in B1G East 2020" banner. 

Comment 21 Aug 2020

I truly appreciate that they use "the cancellation of the fall football season" as part of their reasoning here.

B1G football impacts many more than just the players/coaches on the field or the fans in the stands.

Do you see what you've done here Kevin Warren? Do you see what you've done?

Comment 12 Aug 2020

Love you, Ramzy.

That's all I have to say about that.

Comment 24 Jul 2020

As a Buckeye, in Orlando, I was able to see our boys in person twice during that 2011 season: Their first loss of the year in Miami, and their seventh loss of the year in Jacksonville.

The next game I saw in person was 2014 in The Shoe vs. Virginia Tech. I'm cursed, I know!

I finally "broke" the curse in 2015 with a 7 point victory over Northern Illinois.

Comment 09 Jun 2020

Wisconsin, 2003
The Badgers held Ohio State to 69 rushing yards and ended the Buckeyes 19-game winning streak. This was also the game that Robert Reynolds choked Jim Sorgi in Camp Randall Stadium.

October 11, 2003. I'll never forget it. This was also the day my first child/daughter was born.

To this day, I still occasionally tease her that it was one of the worst days ever and remind her that it's her fault the Buckeyes lost.
Luckily, she hasn't been too much of a curse since then!