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from Hilliard, OH

Member since 25 January 2013 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: My earliest Buckeye memory is watching David Boston strut on Arizona State in the Rose Bowl which caused me to shed a single tear.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: All time: Braxton, Troy Smith, Mike Doss / Current: JT
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals (Casually)
  • NHL TEAM: Indifferent
  • MLB TEAM: Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 29 Jun 2017

I remember that play. Roby delivered several massive hits in his career, I seem to also remember one he had against Wisconsin. One of my favorite players to watch for sure.

Comment 29 Jun 2017

I actually made a big hits video from the 2014 season and put it on youtube, but it got taken down due to copyright claim with the music :( The song was Du Hast by Rammstein.

First hit that came to my mind though was Doran Grant vs Oregon. Not the biggest hit ever, but it was just a perfect visual exclamation point to just how dominant and imposing our team was. Oregon really got beat up in this game. Play starts at 32:15 ish - Sorry can't figure out how to auto timestamp the video

Comment 29 Jun 2017

Darron Lee - amazing how you can watch one game of a guy's career (The Navy game) and just know he's going to be a beast of a player.

Comment 10 Oct 2016

Agree that the whole team shows up, JT seems to play better in big games. As JT goes, the offense goes. I am not worried about our defense in this one, I think they bring the noise all night.

Spielman said it on his radio show today, if OSU gets out to an early 14 pt lead, it might be over. I don't think Wisconsin, especially with a freshman QB, can keep pace with us scoring.

Comment 20 Sep 2016

Good call Wizard.

Also in the same vein - Noah Brown's one handed catch almost didn't happen, JT missed a wide open Marcus Baugh the play before in what would have almost certainly been a walk in TD.

Comment 21 Jul 2016

I have used that photo in the past to teach sportsmanship to students, I want to get it framed someday.

Comment 21 Jul 2016

Well said, you put into words what I was thinking - That photo is also not quite as painful knowing the ultimate outcome following JT's injury, and the fact that he came back to torch Harbaugh the following season :)