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Dublin, Ohio (via Columbus, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   September 22, 2016


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Every Michigan win (especially 1975, 1998, 2002, 2014, 2016) , 2002 National Title, Sugar Bowl win over Alabama, National Title win over Oregon, Final Four run in 1999,
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Archie (First game I saw in the horseshoe, Iowa 1973), Carlos Snow, Zeke, Ted Ginn, Orlando Pace.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Dennis Hopson, Michael Redd, Herb Williams, Evan Turner.
  • NFL TEAM: None. Maybe my fantasy team.
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: None

Recent Activity

Comment 07 May 2019

Always enjoyed my time at Tilted Kilt.   While I enjoyed the food and drinks, the service is what I remember the most.

Comment 04 May 2019

I know he didn't start it, but the whole graveyard tradition is so bush league.  Dabo has not only continued the tradition, but he really sells it,  To me it comes off as being a poor winner.   Just another reason to hate Clemson and Dabo.

Comment 11 Feb 2019

And the Browns also announced that Jim Brown will be Kareem's mentor.

Comment 01 Jan 2019

This second half reminds me of the 2nd half of the cotton bowl last year, the big ten championship game last year,  and a few others.  Great first half followed by a lethargic second half. 

Either run the clock or attack down the field.  We are doing neither.

Comment 19 Nov 2018

All season we have seen inferior opponents make large (and sometimes small) changes to both their offense and defense schemes. This week we finally get an opponent who doesn't feel like they have to change and they can run their normal game plan. 

Our slow start is not as bad as the last two years and we control the second half.

OSU 31, UM 23

Comment 31 Oct 2018

Went with my wife last week and I was surprised by  Bradley Cooper's singing and Lady Gaga's acting.   Oscar buzz for each of them. 

Comment 21 Oct 2018

The end of the first half and the start of the second half:

A promising drive or OSU ends with a missed field goal.  It looked like OSU might kill the clock and get a TD to go up 10-7.  Instead, the drive ends in a missed field goal and Purdue goes 80yards to go up 14-3. 

OSU starts the second half with another promising drive, but settles for a field goal. Purdue goes 73 yards for another TD.  OSU answers with a long drive that ends at the two yard line with zero points.  Purdue 21-6.   

During that sequence Purdue gets 14 points.  OSU gets 3 out what easily could have been 21.

Game Over at that point.....