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from Mason, OH

MEMBER SINCE   November 05, 2017

OSU class of 2019

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Comment 28 Mar 2019

So were Marc Loving and Amir Williams. Heck Williams was a McDonald’s All-American. It isn’t that the group wasn’t talented, it’s that everybody was known for their lack of effort or lack of playing for the team and not for themselves. Loving, Williams, and Lyle are prime examples of lack of effort. Della Valle left the team to go back to Europe (more than anything I think he’s just funny to refer to for people that remember him), and Grandstaff left a few weeks into his freshman season, went to a few other schools, and eventually quit basketball as a whole.

I hope that doesn’t come off as condescending, I just felt explaining my thought process might help. If you still think the joke is ruined I’m sorry, you are allowed to have a different opinion and I won’t be upset. Feel free to add in anybody who you think fits the list better!

Comment 25 Mar 2019

C - Amir Williams

PF - Marc Loving

SF - Amadeo Della Valle

SG - Austin Grandstaff

PG - Jaquan Lyle

I’m really sorry... I’ll close the door behind me when I leave.

Comment 22 Mar 2019

I’m sorry, but I have to say this is a pretty bad take. Just go by Sweet Sixteen appearances alone in the past 30 years and OSU has UC beat 8-5. We have been to 3 Final Fours compared to their 1, and made it to the finals whereas they haven’t since their championship since they got runner up in 1963. They do have more regular season conference championships but I mean come on they play in the AAC which is a joke compared to the Big Ten. Yeah they used to be in the Big East but that was only for 7 seasons and still doesn’t compare to the Big Ten in strength.

Comment 20 Mar 2019

It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out. If he commits then OSU will only have one senior next year (Andre) so only one guaranteed scholarship for the 2020 class barring anybody leaves for the NBA (which you honestly cannot tell this early) or somebody transfers. I’m sure it would be difficult to manage recruiting for that cycle.

Comment 03 Mar 2019

Reading admittedly about 8 books at the same time but somehow making it work. A few of my favorites right now:

Millionaire Teacher by Andrew Hallam. It’s a terrific personal finance book that I would recommend everybody should read no matter how “educated” you feel in the subject. It’s simple and stuff everybody needs to know.

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni. Book about teams and what makes a team dysfunctional and what needs to happen in order for one to be successful. Really convicting, and interesting because it is very applicable to work.

On Stories by CS Lewis. I’ll admit it, I’m a huge CS Lewis fan and have read everything of his from The Chronicles of Narnia to The Screwtape Letters. This book is a few essays on Lewis literally talking about storytelling. It’s a difficult read and I’m not very far but I find it really fascinating right now.

Maybe not the most interesting subjects for most people but I’d encourage you to check them out!

Comment 04 Feb 2019

Honestly kind of liked Adnan, he always told good stories on Russillo's show. Best of luck in the future.

Comment 15 Jan 2019

This is what I'm thinking too. My roommate had this professor for another class, and typically with co-taught classes in Fisher you will get each professor for half the time. If there are more than just he and Urban then he might even be there less, and if it is the two of them Urban would probably be the second half of the semester which leaves him plenty of time to prepare for it. I took a class my sophomore year in Fisher that had at least 6 different professors that lectured for about 2 or 3 weeks each, so it's pretty common.

Comment 21 Dec 2018

UC - Grew up in Cincy and surrounded by jealous fans that have always despised Ohio State because we’re better than them in just about everything. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the Buckeyes beat them at their place in basketball this season, as that is about the only thing the Bearcats consistently can back up their talk with.

I never realized how refreshing it is to be surrounded by Buckeye fans until I moved to Columbus to attend TOSU. I empathize with all the non-local fans now.

Comment 20 Dec 2018

Yup, he’s partnering with another professor in Fisher to teach it. Not sure if that means he will be there for every class or just a few, but definitely is intriguing. I’m only in 12 credit hours as next semester is my last at Ohio State (and Fisher), debating on if I want to add the legend UFM into my schedule.

Comment 23 Nov 2018

Current student at OSU and had the option to buy student tickets for tonight, so I’m pretty sure there will be a student section