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Floyd Stahl

MEMBER SINCE   May 05, 2013


  • SPORTS MOMENT: January 4, 2003
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jim Jackson, Jared Sullinger, Kelvin Ransey
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Sixers
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe

Recent Activity

Comment 05 Apr 2019
I'm confused. I tried to but tickets online through the athletic department website a day or two after they went on sale and it said that those tickets were no longer available. I clicked on link in the article and those are for verified resale tickets through the athletic department. Yet Kevin says that only 50,000 of the 76,000 have been sold. Am I missing something?
Comment 03 Apr 2019
About 15 years ago I used to frequent a restaurant to watch Ohio State games that I couldn't get on regular TV. One of the regulars there was a Michigan grad whom I befriended and was actually very nice and not arrogant. He informed me that when he went to school there in the 1950's that the football players were notorious for cheating and the professors would knowingly look the other way so they would be able to stay eligible. The professors would also do other things to "help" the players in classes. This was a well-known fact within the university and student body.
Comment 03 Apr 2019
Prices will certainly drop, even more so if one of the teams loses. If you check Stubhub regularly, you'll occasionally find a deal that is much less than market value.
Comment 16 Mar 2019
I'm kind of glad for Haskins because it seems like their GM, Dave Gettleman is trying to run the team into the ground. Letting Landon Collins go without at least franchising him and getting some compensation is inexplicable. Then they traded OBJ to the Browns. There have been some other questionable moves, as well.
Comment 13 Mar 2019
This would've been great for Ohio State, of course, but KBD was B1G player of the year and probably wasn't going to improve his draft stock substantially by coming back for another year. It wasn't his fault he got drafted to a team whose coach doesn't believe in playing rookies. Plus, he got paid, and he's now starting to show what he can do when given a chance.