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Stow. OH (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.


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Recent Activity

Comment 04 Oct 2019

This Mod is costing 11W revenue. It’s because of stuff like this that I too allowed my Twelfth Warrior subscription to lapse. That was a totally entertaining thread and one Mod killed it because he didn’t like it? Bad on you TTUN and bad on 11W for allowing it.

Comment 30 Sep 2019

Disagree with stock being down on Frost. I watched his BTN Live presser after the game and truly, could not have been more impressed by his demeanor and the things he said about his players and the Nebraska program. It was a smashing loss, obviously, but within another couple of years, I think Nebraska will consistently be the class of the B1G West. Whether that's good enough to challenge the B1G East remains to be seen but Nebraska has championship games in it's future.

Comment 16 Sep 2019

Hi Josh! It's just been announced that Nebraska will be a night game. As a fan, I've always thought that spices things up and gives the home team additional upside advantage. As a player, what's your take?

Comment 12 Sep 2019

My Baby Backs are amazing. Recipe is as follows:

1. Remove membrane (I didn't actually know about the membrane until a few years ago)

2. Hit hard with your dry rub of choice

3. Grill with bone side down for three hours at 225

4. As you near the three hour mark, prepare a double layer of heavy duty aluminum foil. To foil, apply one stick butter, brown sugar and agave or honey. Apply so that the ingredient footprint more or less matches the size of the rack. This foil concoction is used to make a pouch that will hold a single rack of ribs.

5. Lay meat side down into the butter/brown sugar/honey layer and close things up to make a sealed aluminum pouch.

6. Place pouch meat side down back on the Traeger at 250. Cook for another 2 hours.

7. Remove the still sealed pouched from grill and allow ribs to rest for 30 minutes

8. Open the pouch and get ready to eat some amazing, fall off the bone backs. No need for sauce. Terrific carmelization. Give it a try.

Comment 11 Sep 2019

Have had a Traeger for three years. Love, love, love it. It took a short while, though, for me to say that. The first three or four times I used it I was not close to happy with the results and thought I made an $800 mistake. I stuck with it, however, and things came together. Took a few times before I figured things out. Can say now I will never for the rest of my life be without a wood pellet grill. 

Have you downloaded the mobile app? If not, I highly recommend. Some great recipes out there. My signature dish is baby back ribs.

Comment 30 Aug 2019

Agree, Dontre under-achieved but he produced far more than McCall has. Demario appears to be one of those snake-bitten kids. I hate to say it but very few kids who have been in the program and failed to produce for as long as he has, turn things around. He has the ability to be one of the few who is able to put it together but it's not a good sign at all that he's apparently gimpy again going into what I guess is his final season.