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Hondo


Buckeye, AZ (via Orlando)

MEMBER SINCE   July 18, 2015

Longtime Buckeye fan. Have memories as far back as 1964. Was in the stands when Archie ran wild against North Carolina and nobody knew who he was. Am a husband, father, grandfather and crazy fan of the greatest college football program in the history of college football.

Favorites

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Tatum
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Before there was Jordan, there was David Thompson
  • NFL TEAM: Still The Browns
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: No

Recent Activity

Comment 24 Jan 2020

Anyone who thinks we're going to stroll in to Happy Valley and walk out with an easy victory is kidding themselves. I expect Bucks to win but it's going to be a scrap. Wild card may be how the hazing thing unfolds. I haven't paid attention to the story since reading early reports. It may not even be a thing. But if the story develops, it could knock State Penn off the rails. 

Comment 19 Jan 2020

Lifelong Browns fan here. It's a hard thing to be. See my tagline.

Thank God for the Buckeyes.

Comment 17 Jan 2020

Sorry, Hafley taking OSU staff is officially old and has crossed the line into obnoxious. One is ok, two is pushing it, three is over the line. Happy for him to get the BC job after having spent ten months or whatever at OSU. But don’t raid the place.

In any event, I hope he figures out a way to get by Clemson so that we can grind his BC ass into powder.

Comment 04 Jan 2020

I see Coombs, Mattison and LJ being no ego kind of guys who are driven to win and will work well together. None of them are kids. Don’t know enough about Washington to have an opinion. 

Comment 27 Dec 2019

Buckeye Bash at Bottled Blonde in Scottsdale this afternoon. Can’t go wrong at Bottled Blonde.

Comment 21 Dec 2019

I laughed my ass off the first time I saw this scene and have every time since.

Comment 18 Dec 2019

Not a great role model, that's for sure, but unparalled as a runner. I have memories of watching him run over, through, around and away from everyone on the field. Sayers was great and similar in style, I'd say, to Barry Sanders. His career was cut way too short due to injuries. Sanders is probably my number two guy. Interesting that all three of these guys left the game early and in the case of Brown and Sanders, with much left in the tank.

Edit: For some reason I always overlook Walter Payton. He and Sanders are my numbers 2a and 2b.