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Jay Lawerence's Laugh


Louisville, ky (via Middlefield, oh)

MEMBER SINCE   November 12, 2017

Born and raised In Geauga County, now living accross the Mason Dixon line. Proud husband and Father, of 3...l love me some buckeye football.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: A) Cavs world title, def brought a tear to my eye knowing that my grandparents waited so long and didn't get a chance to see it. B)Watching tOSU win two chips. C) Every game I get to see my children play!
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Anyone who plays hard, with class, and dignity
  • NFL TEAM: Ouch (Cle)
  • NHL TEAM: None really
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: USWNT?

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Jun 2019

Their program didn’t administer the drug. Let’s be real. Also, no one injects ostarine. The anabolic affects are minimal and would not constitute IM, In comparison to things that actually provide results. Sorry to not agree with ur links, but real life, been there done that.

Comment 05 Jun 2019

I wouldn’t take his (the OP) info for gospel. He said it is commonly injected and is not. It is usually oral. Also said it was expensive. It’s not. Facts. Stick to facts. I don’t recall the half life on it, but if you think guys don’t take orals often in college football ur silly. On top of this, let me bring the biggest point making this all moot. Testosterone can be prescribed and it alone is the most effective and base steroid of all. So, the NCAA has ways around the most used steroid in sports. It’s really about how to beat the tests. This Shit goes on everywhere and it’s not an institutional problem. It’s a player to player problem. If I’m a guy on the verge of earning an NFL contract, I’m gonna think about those millions and the easiest way to get them. NCAA testing isn’t even that aggressive...So to me the topic is just a joke. 3 guys got popped. So what. Get over it. 

Comment 25 May 2019

I played against and/or with many great baseball and basketball guys in high school, however the most fun to watch was a football player. Sean McHugh, played at Chagrin falls was a tail back, at 6-5 and 265 lbs.  Watched him carry 7 or more guys for 5 to ten extra yards on every play. It was very entertaining to watch, especially since I wasn’t on the team. He went on to a lackluster career at Penn State, but was a full back for the Steelers and won a super bowl ring with them.

Comment 16 May 2019

Sorry, I said ticket sales, but truly meant ticket and media income. Sponsors won’t be paying for these crap games that pull ratings less than 2am reruns of ridiculousness.

Pockets are fat and everyone is still scratching their buddies backs. 

A football playoff would be an epic event and would generate much more interest and money, but that means current fat cats have to get of their ass and fight for their share... 

Comment 16 May 2019

I tend to want to call bullshit on Genes comments above. You are correct the B10 will never give up the championship game because it means to much money. As for the wear and tear, gtfo, every other division has a true playoff. So many excuses to cover the true reason. THEY ARE ALL SCARED TO ROCK THE BOAT AND LOSE MONEY. Bad news, the dying bowl system will start to lose ticket sales much like the over priced regular season sleepers. At some point they will be forced to have the best teams play numerous playoff games. As opposed to the 3rd place MAC team playing the 7th place B10 team at Ford field the week before Christmas.

Comment 15 May 2019

I visited Notre Dame two years ago while in town for work. It’s actually a very cool visit due to the Catholic nature. If you like history, check out the church on campus. The fathers love to give tours and share the history (not necessarily football history). Napoleon bestowed the church with many gifts, some of which I would consider to be priceless and are housed on campus and very accessible. The Groto was also a good experience, I had to read up on it before hand to appreciate the sanctity. I spent more time admiring art and artifacts than the football facilities, but a tour of the stadium would be nice. Touchdown Jesus was one of the things I had always wanted to see. As for Detroit, the Henry Ford Museum is pretty expansive. Grand Rapids is a fun town. Plenty of good food and beer. 

Edit: the church and Groto at ND is free and you can see enough of the stadium without having to do the tour, since you mention being cheap lol. 

Comment 05 May 2019

I live in Louisville, ky. I guess in today’s day and age, it’s more about breaking tradition than carrying it on...

but the hats and facinators are traditional female dress for the Derby, not for the men. 

Sure you can wear anything you want. It’s kinda the thing to do these days. 

It was more of generalized comment from me. As most out of towners coming to the derby would rather abide by the norms and take it all in.

Comment 01 May 2019

Yeah, since people are breaking the law we should just cave and say fuck it. Pay them. 

The bad part is, they will still get side money. That won’t stop. Let’s be real. If the NCAA would hand down real penalties for major issues it would all change. UNC should be a on a 5 year post season ban. Louisville should have something close to that.