The Butler's picture

The Butler

The Port (via Marion, OH )

Member since 12 August 2013 | Blog

No story - I'm boring


  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 21 Jul 2017

Agreed. The proverbial "sophomore slump" (yes, I know he's a senior) will get him this year. Nobody knew what to expect from him last year...teams will be ready this year.

Comment 29 Jun 2017

I was at the LSU least for part of it. My gf was getting bored because OSU was losing badly. We walked back to her apartment on campus and turned on the TV just in time to see Bobby Olive make the winning grab. Needless to say, that relationship didn't last.

In 2005 for The Game, I was in the hospital. I must have been the only one with the game on because every nurse on the floor was in my room by the time the game ended.

Comment 22 Jun 2017

Well, I hope you understand the frustration. People like me, and apparently others, come here looking for anything but political, or hot-button issues. When we are beaten with the Commenting Policy stick, and then see political or hot-button issues published, it's frustrating. Sort of a "Do as I say, not as I do" mentality. As OffConstantly mentioned above - it's not a good business model.

Comment 09 Jun 2017

He'd be throwing away what remains of his contract with Ohio State. Interesting speculation, but I don't think it'll happen.

Comment 06 Jun 2017

Buckeyeupnorth - I think you misunderstood the intention of my post. From what I understand, this has been an ongoing investigation since February. With that in mind, D'Antonio still kept the kids on the roster. Once warrants were handed down, he cut them from the team - All things I agree with. My point was, that D'Antonio did the right thing by allowing the athletes to stay with the team while the investigation ran its course. He also did the right thing by removing them from the team once warrants were issued for their arrest.

Perhaps you can unknot your knickers now......

Comment 06 Jun 2017

I always try to live my life as if it were going to be published on the front page of the newspaper. With that said, when I was 18-25, what others thought, or the consequences of my actions were not always given first consideration.

In regards to Dino, as a leader, that's a tough call. What if he dismisses the kids from the team and they are found to be innocent of all charges. At that point, Dino looks as if he has no faith in his kids. If he stands by them, he's doing what, I believe, a good mentor should do. If they are charged with a crime, then he can let them go. Puts a burden on his shoulders and leaves him open to criticism, but I think it's for the best.