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HandsOfSweed


MEMBER SINCE   September 01, 2013

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Seeing the successes that my former football players have in life after football.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Ohio State
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Kent State
  • NFL TEAM: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Pittsburgh Penguins
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Pittsburgh Pirates and Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: USA/Italy/Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 06 Feb 2020
Toss in Tom Allen at Indiana, too. That dude has that historical train wreck on the march towards being consistently pretty good. Considering that they're stuck in a hella bad neighborhood (Big 10 East), I'm impressed w what he's doing out there.
Comment 27 Jan 2020

The closest comparison wouldn't be Clemente. He was still playing. I would say the closest comparison would be when Reggie White died in a car accident. Very similar levels of skill, dominance and place in the pantheon of their sport and both just recently retired but still looming largely over their respective sports.

Comment 26 Jan 2020
Sure, but only if you don't make the NCAA tourney. Your question is pretty deep in Captain Obvious territory, though.
Comment 24 Jan 2020

Let them have their delusions. As it turns out, our teeth and nails are sharper and more lethal than theirs are when both are bared at the same time and place. Chop it up any way they like and it still leads back to the same place: We are just flat out better than them.

That's gotta be painfully difficult to cope with, tbh.

Comment 05 Jan 2020
Tbh, i don't think about herbie at all. I mean, he's just a guy on tv at this point. I dont like him or hate him or care about any of his opinions or words. It's a big nothing burger for me. It's hockey season now anyways, folks.
Comment 24 Dec 2019
This book is amazing! It sucks BAD at the beginning, but about 2/3 through it, the villain that ruined the beginning of the book is killed off by the protagonist, who completes the heroic quest. A classic literary archetype that works wonders here!
Comment 18 Dec 2019
People forget that Pittsburgh also signed Donnie Shell as a rookie UDFA in 1974. Shell is a borderline HOFer just in the same vein as a Clay Matthews Sr. or LC Greenwood is.