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Lorain, Ohio (via Lima)

MEMBER SINCE   November 30, 2014

Born and raised in Lima Ohio. Detour at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, _I. Back in Ohio now. Go Bucks!!


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Winning state golf championship for OSU Lima in 1986.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Andy Katzenmoyer.
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Stars
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Soccer??? Is that a sport????

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Jul 2019
I understand what you are saying, and agree with you. It is all about unproven players and an unproven head coach at this point. Once Day starts out with 4 or 5 blowouts and Fields throws 70% for 300+ and 4 touchdowns every game the narrative will quickly switch. Day and Fields are going to be a legendary combination in my opinion.
Comment 02 Jun 2019
I thought that was one of the best stories in recent memories. He will be the kind of guy who appreciates his time as a Buckeye and lays it all on the line because he earned his shot. I love that about him already.
Comment 31 May 2019
BuckeyeBulldog....I am a Ferris State alum and lived up and down West Michigan for about 15 years. Great area and you are right, lots of MSU and ND people over that way. I enjoyed the banter up that way. It was during the Cooper years, so they all turned into Buckeye fans the last week of November, only to be heartbroken like I was every year.
Comment 20 May 2019
I couldn't agree more, Banks. Even when I watched the Notre Dame/Michigan game I saw two decent teams who actually made each other look better than what they were. When Notre Dame beat them and subsequently squeezed into the playoffs I knew the beat down was coming for the Irish. They were not that good....but had a few "quality" wins ( I use the word quality very losely here ). On paper, Michigan looked good....in reality.....not so much. Ask Indiana.
Comment 01 May 2019
Putting players in a natural market was written right into their business plan. It makes sense. A Columbus team would have killed it, win or lose. I have no idea how they selected their cities, but, they obviously didn't quite work. I don't think attendance was the straw that broke the camel's back though. I think it was the lack of NFL support and thus lack of sponsors and TV dollars.
Comment 01 May 2019
If you look at the AAF model, that is what they tried to do. It wasn't a coincidence Trent Richardson played for Birmingham. They put the players in the closest areas to either where they played college ball, or where they grew up. The only draft they had was for quarterbacks. It failed because most players (take OSU players for example) didn't have a natural home team close enough to the fan base. The San Antonio team was LOADED with Texas, TCU, North Texas, AtM players. That's why they killed it in attendance.
Comment 28 Apr 2019
The McLaurin video really shows what a respectful and well-grounded young man he is. I can see why Urban always had a soft spot for him. I hope he and Simba are a great one - two punch in the NFC East. I think they will be while the Giants are pouting around the parking lot kicking rocks.