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from Lived in Ohio entire life.

MEMBER SINCE   June 06, 2015

OSU '74 graduate and was a band member for a couple seasons.

Favorite All-time OSU Athlete: Jesse Owens


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Witnessing my first game on 22 October 1960, OSU 34 Wisconsin 7; fullback Bob Ferguson scored twice! Watching the band's ramp entrance to the field that day was a memorable highlight. I have since attended a few hundred more games. Ohio State football has always been my absolute, #1 favorite sports passion.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Archie Griffin (offense) & Chris Spielman (defense)

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Apr 2019

Was fortunate to see the 1960 Buckeye team play MSU and win 111-79. (when I was 7). Havlicek was my grandpa's favorite player. Tenacious defender. Followed his career as a Celtic. “He is the best all-around ball player I ever saw,” Bill Russell.

Comment 01 Feb 2019

Many college athletes are unhappy with their "playing time".

Comment 01 Feb 2019

My question is doesn't Missouri have an Honor Code? In this particular case, how do the student athletes involved "unknowingly" submit assignments that are not their own? To let another person - whether they are a tutor or not - complete any academic work for any student would fall under a category of cheating, lying, plagiarism, etc. Was there any mention of a penalty or sanctions (e.g. failing grade) by Missouri for any of the students? I understand it was a "rogue" tutor, but a student bears some responsibility. 

Comment 22 Jan 2019

In his book, Hotline to Victory, Woody Hayes drew a historical comparison of two men from Lancaster, Ohio: General William Tecumseh Sherman and Rex Kern. Both led versatile offensive attacks using “deception, speed and maneuverability”; Sherman during the Civil War and, a tad over a century later, Kern with the Buckeyes to a National Championship. 

Comment 16 Jan 2019

I remember Waite Hoyt. Nothing like listening to a baseball game on the radio.