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Uniontown, OH (via North Canton, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   December 02, 2013

AKA buckeyelove


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Anthony Gonzalez catch against TSUN. Beautiful.
  • NFL TEAM: Oakland Raiders
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 07 Feb 2019

Hmmm. That Potter kids needs to dial it back. The internet never forgets. 

Love the Cardale interview.  Oh, the stories these guys could tell. Especially like the part where he talked about his confidence going into the Wisconsin game. Definitely no need to “dumb down the offense.“ Sometimes I don’t think we give these guys enough credit for all it takes to perform on the field and off the field at this level.

Comment 30 Dec 2018

 Maybe he didn’t feel like he had to, but he just wanted to. Obviously he had mixed feelings about it as well, and maybe he wanted to put this out there regardless of what fans may have said or felt regarding his decision. Obviously, he has a lot of love for Ohio State, and wanted to express that. Maybe it’s nothing more than just that. Best of luck to him, and go Bucks!

Comment 09 Dec 2018

The thing is that Meyer shouldn’t have had to talk up Dwayne for him to get Heisman attention. The Heisman campaign should not actually be about campaigning. It should be about results on the field, and character. Publicity, marketing, media appearances should not count.  Unfortunately, they do. Until that changes, the award is nothing but a popularity/ beauty//publicity contest. As I stated several times previously, I’m over the preseason polls, and all the post season stuff. I only care about watching Ohio State play, and refuse to have a media agenda impact how I feel about my team.

Comment 30 Oct 2018

I agree with this. I think the rise of fantasy football has helped speed up this process as well. More about individual stats, and less of a team mentality.  Also, players or traded so regularly now that sometimes the team concept is lost in the shuffle. Let’s face it… it’s a business, and where there’s business there’s money, and that is the priority. Gotta get mine. 

Comment 30 Oct 2018

The Bosa “family decision”  has just served to underscore that this is a business. I don’t think there was a lot of room for emotion in that decision, and I’m not sure that Nick had much of a say.  I agree with an above comment that indicated it could be both a right and wrong decision to make. Nick has to live with the consequences of it, which could be that he’s a wealthy man, but also a quitter.  They are not mutually exclusive. 

Comment 16 Oct 2018

Not surprised at all, and I can’t believe that anyone really is. His family knows the business of the NFL, and of course he was going to leave when he could. It sucks, but you can’t really blame him. That payday that he will make is guaranteeing his future. He gets one shot at that.  I don’t like it, and it hurts us, but I might have done the same thing.  Glad he didn’t drag it out, and glad he is freeing up the scholarship. Go Bucks