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Columbus, Ohio (via Toledo, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   June 04, 2013

Computer programmer, college football fan.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Holy Buckeye!
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: David Maurice Lighty, Jr.
  • NFL TEAM: Which one has the most former Buckeyes?
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Miami Heat, since Shaq days. And now Cavs, too.
  • MLB TEAM: none
  • SOCCER TEAM: The Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 03 Dec 2019

Defensive Lineman Rashan Gary, was taken 12th overall, to Green Bay.   Chase Young had more sacks through the Wisconsin game than Gary had in 3 years of starting at Michigan. 2016=1, 2017=5.5, 2018=3..5

Comment 01 Dec 2019

Allegedly, Xichigan had a huge load of about 40 recruits on hand to watch The Game.  Although, I did not notice any halftime de-commits, like we've seen in previous weeks, I wonder how many were given a lot to think about.


  • 4-star OLB Jaylen Harrell (Official Visit)
  • 4-star CB Darion Green-Warren (Official Visit)
  • 4-star OL Myles Hinton
  • OL Jeffrey Persi (Commit)
  • 3-star OL Reece Atteberry (Commit)
  • 4-star OL Zak Zinter (Commit)
  • 4-star DL Braiden McGregor (Commit)
  • 4-star LB Kalel Mullings (Commit)
  • 3-star LB Cornell Wheeler (Commit)
  • 4-star DB Makari Paige (Commit)
  • 4-star DB Jordan Morant (Commit)
  • 4-star DB Andre Seldon (Commit)
  • 4-star DB RJ Moten (Commit)


  • 4-star RB Donovan Edwards
  • 4-star RB Mar'keise Irving
  • 4-star OL Giovanni El-Hadi (Commit)
  • 4-star OL JC Latham
  • 3-star OL Cullen Montgomery
  • 4-star OL Rocco Spindler
  • 4-star OL Raheem Anderson
  • OL Ross Maseuli
  • OL Ru'Quan Buckley
  • 3-star OL Ramier Lewis
  • 4-star OL Caleb Tiernan
  • 4-star OL David Davidkov
  • OL Caleb Banks
  • 4-star DL Aaron Armitage
  • 4-star DL Victory Vaka
  • 4-star DL Tywone Malone
  • DE Jason Onye
  • 4-star LB Jamari Buddin
  • 3-star LB Damon Ollison
  • 4-star LB Junior Colson
  • 3-star LB Kobe King
  • 3-star LB/DB Bryce Steele
  • 3-star CB Kalen King
  • ATH Jantzen Dunn
  • ATH Deion Burks

Comment 26 Nov 2019

I disagree.  Cincinnati can get all of the Ohio 2 and 3 star kids, if they keep winning, and keep some consistency at coach.  If I were the AD at Cincy, I would lock Luke up for a 5 year contract and tell him to take every Ohio kid that wants to play, but didn't get offered OSU.

Comment 22 Nov 2019

I am very fortunate to have never broken a bone outside of toes from kicking/tripping as adult.  I had 5 years of XC, Wresting, and Track.

For me, I had a nasty case of turf toe when I stupidly bought a pair of "split sole" wrestling shoes, after picking up a flyer at St John's Arena after watching the state wrestling championship.  I think I hurt my big toe on my right foot during the first match of the year. Pretty much ruined most of my Junior year with those things.  

Still with Wrestling: I "palm-punched" a guy's forehead, but he dipped right before contact, and I bloodied his nose.  It stopped the match for 5 minutes and I still don't think his nose stopped bleeding.  He finished the match with tissue up both nostrils.  Naturally I won, but he didn't stand a chance not being able to breath out his nose.

More with Wresting: A teammate had an opponent land knee-first on his scrotum.  He had to forfeit the match.  I went to use the locker room lavatory and saw that the urinal had a bunch of peed blood.  Yikes!

Comment 22 Nov 2019

In 6th grade my best friend is playing in a pick-up game of tackle football.  Normally I would have been playing too, but I just bough a new sleeve of tennis balls to go with a used set of (wooden) tennis rackets I bought for $2 at a garage sale.  I saw the whole thing, as my friend got slammed by a 20/yo high school drop out, who was probably intellectually a 6th grader.  Unfortunately he landed on his shoulder.  You could hear the pop, and we walked him home, which then got a drive to the hospital.  He needed 4 screws in his shoulder, and never regained full range of motion.   

Sadly, like a movie, this set off a chain of poor life decisions that ended up resulting in 7 years in jail.