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Keyser Soze


Spring, TX (via Columbus OH-IO)

Member since 27 July 2014 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 02 in the desert. Brought tears to my eyes right there in the stands. Made a futures bet $10 at 70-1 odds for us to win it all in July before the season. GO BUCKS!!!!
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Chris Spielman, Braxton Miller
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jim Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Team USA, other than that I don't care

Recent Activity

Comment 12 Sep 2018

I didn't understand it either, I live in The Woodlands where JR went to high school and he was a pretty big deal in a school that has 4,500 students so the talent pool is exceptional for their football team. I have a friend that had a 6'3 275 lb son that got 5 plays a game on defensive line due to the competition 

Comment 12 Sep 2018

BB is one of my favorite players and I was yelling from the tree tops to start him 2 years ago, but Ramzy that was the best description as the Jenga piece I have ever seen!! 

Comment 06 Sep 2018

The NFL coaches and GM's have to be jumping out of their skin to draft a kid that has this much talent with a lay down in traffic for my teammates attitude to boot. MJ is going to leave here one of my favorite linemen. Keep up the great work young man!

Comment 02 Sep 2018

lsu line is blocking about as good as their receivers are catching balls take those two things out of the JB equation then he would be 17/23 with 275 and 2 TD's

Comment 02 Sep 2018

Wow I had no idea there was another that felt the same about the skunk weasels 

Comment 01 Sep 2018

The mystical skunk bear and their September August heisman winners!! 

Comment 29 Aug 2018

Doss and Skladany.

Doss was too amazing of a player and person that epitomizes everything that a Buckeye player should be on and off the field. End of story.

I know most will say......but, but he was a punter.... Tom Skladany was widely considered to be, along with Ray Guy, one of the two greatest punters in college football history. He was the only 3 time all american punter in history of college football, played in the NFL from 1978-1983 (retired due to injury). Tom made Big 10 history in 1972 when he became the first specialty player given a football scholarship in Big 10 football history. Those are things to write home about and deserving of the greatest #1 in Ohio State history.

Comment 29 Aug 2018

HAHAHA that is awesome. I was thinking the same thing!!

Comment 29 Aug 2018

Pros should never matter when it comes to Ohio State ratings. All that matters is what the player did wearing the Scarlet and Gray.

Comment 29 Aug 2018

When we are talking about BUCKEYE all time greats why does their NFL career come up time and time again? I always hope that all of our guys are all-pro and hall of famers by the end of their careers, but honestly the only thing that matters is how they perform while HERE at Ohio State. This is a Buckeye forum not a NFL/OSU players forum. 

Keep it to what the cats did here on the college gridiron only please.

Comment 28 Aug 2018

Where do you live? 

The best place on the planet is a salt cave. I was coughing every 15-20 seconds for 4 1/2 months and tried everything the gym to sweat it out, steam and sauna too, medication you name it and nothing worked. Then I happened to be in Santa Barbara with my wife and we went into a salt cave. I was in for 45 minutes and my coughing was completely gone. That was in 2012 and I’ve only been sick once since.

Here is a link to the one in Polaris that I bought a package for mom and dad when they were sick in the spring. 

https://www.tranquilitysaltcave.com/

Comment 27 Aug 2018

I actually feel sorry for all the students that are only going to know the soulless places they have to get rowdy in now. Late 80’s early 90’s if you tried to do a pub crawl and drank at every establishment you were probably going to pass out before you finish there were so many, with so many great deals. 

Comment 27 Aug 2018

I hope LSU goes undefeated on the season until they lose to Ohio State in the Championship game. Haskins wins Heisman and Joe gets second place and both get drafted in the top ten next year.

Comment 26 Aug 2018

chuck you couldn't be any more wrong on this one. I love AJ and he was one of my favorite players but he, nor any other Buckeye is big enough to useat Chic. Have you been to Ohio Stadium? That's Chic's house, the place we go to follow our team rain, sleet or shine and it's only there because of Chic, heck whos to say if Ohio State would be what it is today if Chic didn't get us on the right path of winning over a hundred years ago. 

Wrong, just wrong to ever lessen the man that goes by Chic Harley.