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jill_yuricich

Columbus, Ohio (via Hilliard, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   November 16, 2014

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Rushing the field after beating Wisconsin in 2011 my freshman year
    Going to the 2015 Sugar Bowl and making Alabama fans sad
    Traveling to Texas for the first CFP Natty with my best friend
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: The Iron King, First of His Name
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Swagaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Stop that

Recent Activity

Comment 10 Aug 2015

That video had me feeling some kind of way.

Also, the Hackensack from three different angles had me rollllling.

Comment 14 Jul 2015

I think she's wrong about it just being bad and without humor though. While I agree about Vince Vaughn (is there anyone out there who knows anything about anything he is doing? Please elaborate for me.) and his stifled charisma and some of the plot complications, I'm waiting for them to pan out just like I did with certain aspects last season.

With that said, however, I miss Matthew McConaughey like I miss Ohio State football: profoundly.

Comment 29 Jun 2015

Special guests include any Buckeye football coach, past and present.

And Cardale and Tyvis anytime they want.

Comment 29 Jun 2015

Put me on the food network and it'd jus be me talking about Ohio State football while making whatever I wanted without telling the audience what it is. Make the kickstarter now.

Comment 04 Jun 2015

SCIENCE IN THE SKULLY IS A DREAM COME TRUE. THANKS DJ!

But seriously, dark matter makes up anywhere from 23-26 percent of the universe with 70-73 being dark energy (a whole DIFFERENT beast in itself) and ONLY 4% IS PHYSICAL MATTER LIKE STARS AND PLANETS THAT MAKE UP THE GALAXIES WE SEE! 4%! WHY IS NO ONE ELSE JUMPING UP AND DOWN AND GOING CRAZY!?!?! FOUURRR PERRCENTTTT. THAT'S INSAAAAANE.

P.S. NO ONE TELL ME TO CALM DOWN. IT ONLY MAKES IT WORSE.

Comment 28 Apr 2015

Shoutout to DJ for sharing my friend Duck Yim's story. He's a wonderful guy who has such a bright future ahead for him.

On that note, for those of you looking to pay it forward, the One Day for the KIA cause is one very close to my heart, not because I have personally lost a family member to a war, but because I saw my friends and peers in ROTC put this thing together from the ground up. These 18- to 22-year olds built a program to raise money to provide full tuition scholarships for students to attend Ohio State after losing a parent in the military.

Take the time to visit their website and read about their most recent event, the 24-Hour Endurance marathon, and how even (sometimes crazy) college students can change the world right here from campus.