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BuckeyeRy4


Mingo Junction, OH (via Wintersville, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   September 13, 2014

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Paying back my wife for the '98 scum ticket she gave my brother by taking her to the '06 scum game.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: ED-D!
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Dennis Hopson
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Pittsburgh Penguins
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Whichever team on which my daughter plays

Recent Activity

Comment 25 Mar 2020
OTBN, this is a logical take. I usually think Faux's takes are rather good, but in this case, I don't agree. Your thoughts are in line with what you know, comparing to what is true. Look at what this is, a viral pandemic. Pandemic, by definition, is a term given to the outbreak of a disease based upon geographic spread. Influenza is an annual pandemic. We get it in large numbers each year and at times, it is fatal. The similarities are there, this one has just caught attention for some, truthfully, unknown reason. The fact that the question of cancelling a sports season in the fall really does beg the question, when is this going to stop? I can't wait for this to pass so that we can see what an overreaction this has all been.
Comment 04 Mar 2020
Chris Sabo, man. What a throwback.
Comment 29 Jan 2020
Ramzy, doing wonderful Ramzy things on a topic other than the Buckeyes.
Comment 27 Jan 2020
GT GT definitely had more in the tank at the end of the match than Steveson did, possibly because Steveson has wrestled so little this year. Or because he's Gas Tank! I also thought Heinselman really set the tone. By my count, he took every legitimate shot in that match while McKee was content to relax. If Sasso was called.for stalling in his match, without being forced from the mat, then McKee deserved one, too, for not taking a shot in 3 periods.
Comment 27 Jan 2020
I noticed this, too. It is very common in lower ages for pretty much all wrestlers to shake the hand of the opposing corner after the match. For one not to is unusual, at least here in my neck of the woods. Different coaches have different philosophies, so I would conject that seeing that pattern would have something to do with instruction, for it to happen so regularly.