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Meek 12th Warrior

Logan County (via West Portsmouth)

MEMBER SINCE   March 09, 2014

Played HS football and basketball, and was more of a fan of OSU mens basketball. Met Jim Jackson during a campus visit and was star struck. Became a bigger football fan while a student. Spent two years in Taylor Tower and the rest living off campus to the South. Received a BS in Industrial Systems Engineering. Went on to automotive manufacturing. Mrs Meek wants to move to the warm Carolinas but I don't want to leave the Buckeye state.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Personally: A few 50+ yard run in high school. As a Fan: Taking my father to a basketball tournament game in Lexington to see the Buckeyes rally to beat Xavier. Runner up: Taking my wife to Happy Valley to see the Braxton Houdini Touchdown
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Carton, K Wesson is making a climb
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: BlueJackets
  • NBA TEAM: DeAngelo
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Atlas

Recent Activity

Comment 28 Mar 2020

And then we lost Cincinnati to a low percentage offensive. That's the only Ohio territory we need to bring back into the fold at this point. We are really one of the top teams this year!

Comment 25 Mar 2020

Day 2 results are even better, blue is squished between us, Wisconsin, and Nebraska. We are also gaining territories towards the NorthEast, which is good strategically.

Comment 23 Mar 2020

I think we'll be back at it then, but a lot of people will be sick and self isolating. If you follow the logic, we are Staying Home to flatten the curve. That buys time. Once we reach the perceived middle of the curve, the hospitals can keep up, and there is not a reason to quarantine any more. Things will go back to being open, but there will be less of a desire for people to go. I think heading forward, we are going to be less inclined to gather at sporting events and concerts, unless it's one we really want to go to. Numbers will be down.

Comment 23 Mar 2020

The problem is this is exponential growth. If we wait until there are 13k dead, that's going to go out of control and hit 1M dead very quick. The good and the bad of implementing measures now is that we may not see such large amount of deaths, but then people will think it wasn't warranted. I can live with people thinking we did too much as long as I live on with my 85 year old family members.

Comment 12 Mar 2020

Impressive reaction time Colin, almost as fast as Craft with a Cube.