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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 16 Aug 2019
Very cool. Thanks for sharing. "Ohio is a state, first of all, which if it has raised any kind of false God before the Lord, looks upon football with idolatrous eyes," author Jerome Brondfield noted in his New York Times bestseller, Woody Hayes and the 100-Yard War. "Where an appearance at the Friday night high school football game is probably more obligatory than at church on Sunday morning."
Comment 09 Aug 2019
Man, those uniforms. Why can't we go back to the best? Nothing compares. When I was at Ohio State I knew a very nice and attractive girl on the tennis team who was from Alter.
Comment 09 Aug 2019
TM's fees used to be insane, but I only paid $13 in fees for a ticket I bought on their exchange for a game for this season. I checked other tickets and it was $13 across the board. This is actually much less than the 20-25% that stubhub and other sites charge depending on the magnitude of the game.
Comment 08 Aug 2019
That's why they're September's team and where all the September Heismans come from. Contrary to what Tress said that champions are made in November. Glad the Zooker is back in the B1G. One of my favorite coaches. Cue pic of Zook water skiing.
Comment 06 Aug 2019
The Midwest Athletic Conference is one tough football conference with Maria Stein Marion Local, Anna, and Coldwater, in addition to St. Henry. Versailles was great back in the day, too. Probably the best for small schools in Ohio, with GCL for the bigger ones? Impressive website, too. https://www.midwestathleticconference.com/ Lol Lachey played for the Redskins in high school and college.
Comment 05 Aug 2019
C deck is the way to go, as everyone is saying here. High A is not bad, either.
Comment 31 Jul 2019
Sorry for the delay, but this actually just came to mind and is actually tied to yesterday's entry, Thomas Worthington. I believe Daniel Waters, who wrote the screenplay for the movie Heathers, graduated from Worthington. The name of the fictional high school in the movie, Westerburg, is thought to be an amalgamation of Westerville and Reynoldsburg. In the movie, the football players wear red letter jackets with a blue W, just like they used to wear at Worthington HS (although in the movie they have cream sleeves). It is believed that the movie is based on his experiences at Worthington HS and is a commentary on the prevalent cool/popular people and jock culture.