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J10 12th Warrior

Cary, NC (via Coldwater, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   January 05, 2014


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Dropping a hole-in-one on the 1st Father's day after my daughter was born
  • NFL TEAM: Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Hurricanes
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: NCFC, Dortmund

Recent Activity

Comment 24 Nov 2019

Agree it's some insurance for the Buckeyes.  538 is now showing us as 62% chance to *ake the playoffs even if the unthinkable happens and we lose to TTUN. That jumps to 68% if Clemson loses to VT.

Comment 24 Nov 2019

It will be interesting how the fan base here views the ACC championship game.  On one hand, Clemson is seen as a real threat to OSU - probably more than LSU, I think.  So many will cheer for the Hokies (or Hoos) to pull the upset and take Clemson out of a playoff spot.  On the other hand, with Oregon going down yesterday, that last playoff spot may now fall to Alabama.  And whether or not you think Alabama is beatable or not, there won't be much joy in the SEC backing a 2nd team into the mix yet again. 

Comment 17 Nov 2019

Totally disagree. Rutgers has different goals in this game than OSU. Nunzio needed to get his first team successful reps against comparable talent, and he got that in the end. What do we care? I’d rather have our future players see a little resistance on the other side of the ball, myself.

Comment 04 Aug 2019

I was in the OSUMB for the win at Iowa in 1990, and distinctly remember storming the field and playing an impromptu "Hang on Sloopy" while the players were still mingling around.  It was a high point of a poor season overall. Summary below from Bucknuts.

Ohio State 27  No. 6 Iowa 26 Ohio State quarterback Greg Frey connected with Bobby Olive in the back of the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown with 0:01 remaining in the game to clinch a 27-26 upset in Iowa City. The pass capped a drive that saw Ohio State take possession at the Iowa 48-yard line with 00:59 on the clock and no timeouts. The unranked Buckeyes trailed by 12 points with 11:00 remaining in the game, but Frey threw three touchdown passes during the span, including two to Olive, who eluded Iowa defensive back Merton Hanks on the game-winning catch. Hanks was also victimized for a touchdown at the end of the first half when a potential interception bounced off him and was snagged by Ohio State receiver Jeff Graham, who raced into the end zone to cut Iowa's lead to 17-14 at intermission. Linebacker Steve Tovar led the Buckeye defense with 14 tackles. The upset victory put Ohio State back in contention for a Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl berth after they opened the conference season 0-1-1. 

Comment 10 Jun 2019

The movie was called “Touchback”. By most accounts, it’s bad, but I haven’t seen it. If they were even trying to be honest, the protagonist would be named Muhlenkamp or Mueller instead of Murphy.

Comment 10 Jun 2019

Happy to say I am a Coldwater graduate - from back when we were just a baseball school. I did not think we would make the countdown. I forgot about Harlamert.