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Chris Lauderback


Columbus, OH

MEMBER SINCE   November 11, 2006

In the 11W game since November 2006, Chris has seen the site grow from the days of one or two posts to the coverage bonanza you experience today. A lifelong Columbus resident, his love for Ohio State was instilled at an early age by a Pop that spoke of Ohio State football and basketball with a professor's insight creating a passion now channeled through our corner of the internet. When not at home with his lovely wife and two kids, Chris spends his time collecting bourbon, vinyl records and chasing Phish across the country.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: It's a tie. I'm a diehard Buckeye and Yankee fan so...
    1. Seeing Ohio State beat Miami for the one and only national title of my lifetime
    1A. Seeing the Yankees win the '96 series. It wasn't the first of my lifetime but the first since I began religiously following them in 1983 when Mattingly was called up for good from Columbus.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Chris Spielman and Antoine Winfield
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Mike Conley or Bill Robinson
  • NFL TEAM: NFL is trash
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: No team but watch a ton
  • MLB TEAM: New York Yankees
  • SOCCER TEAM: Not my bag baby

Recent Activity

Comment 19 Oct 2019

Munford and Myers are No. 1 and No. 1A for me. Munford isn't quite as good in pass pro as he is a run blocker but he's also playing the toughest position on the OL. I'm a huge Myers fan. Wrote a couple weeks ago (or maybe talked about it on radio, or both) that he's a future All-American. I love how quickly he gets to second level (even wide second level) on running plays. 

What kills me is that Wyatt Davis is getting so much midseason AA love. He's the fourth best OL on the team behind Munford/Myers and Jackson. Jackson is the nastiest of the bunch by far but he's also the most penalized. I think last night was his first game without a holding flag. And don't get me wrong, Davis is good but he's getting hyped because national writers are lazy and will cling to one tweet from a "draft expert" who made one comment about one game kinda thing.