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Macomb, MI (via Cleveland)

MEMBER SINCE   December 20, 2011

Living behind enemy lines. You should see the look on all of my TTUN and Sparty students' faces on the first day of school when they walk into my Scarlet and Gray classroom.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Hit game winning shot in overtime in third grade to win 7-5.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron Craft (and it's not close)
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Red Wings (as little as I care)
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Really?

Recent Activity

Comment 19 Sep 2020

Sad.  I had such high hopes for him coming out of high school.  He seemed like such and exciting player and a winner.  I can't believe what a clown show his college career became.  I hope he gets a chance to play at a smaller school and get some semblance of redemption but he's wasted his chances so far.

Comment 19 Aug 2020

Although it was made by some SEC slaps, this may be the best video you see today:

Comment 13 Aug 2020

It obviously stinks to not have OSU playing.  And it is likely that the other 3 major conferences will cave and cancel/postpone to spring.  But in the HYPOTHETICAL that they play and we don't, I think all OSU fans should get behind Jeff Hafley and Boston College.  It hurts now but it's not like I'm going to not watch football a month from now if it's on TV.

Comment 30 Jun 2020

The system should be built around what motivates teams to schedule great match-ups in the non conference schedule.  8 teams.  5 Automatic bids.  Next 3 best.  I don't care if its group of 5, ND or Power 5.  Just make sure the committee is told to seed based on who you beat.  All the at large teams will either be group of 5 or have losses on the resume. If you lose your conference you better have a marquee win on your non-conference schedule.  If you lose a non-conference game, so what?  You still can win your conference.  This will give us great games all year long and not SEC walkovers in November.

Comment 29 Feb 2020

If you are worried that Aaron hasn't taken enough crap about UM football in the past, I can put your fears at rest.  As a student of mine when he was in 9th grade Aaron and all of his Michigan loving buddies heard plenty about each Michigan loss.  He still gets it from me today on twitter.

I can also tell you he's a genuinely good guy, smart as a whip, and it's no shock he's succeeding on Jeopardy.  Here's to a long run as Jeopardy champ and to Alex having many more chances to crack on the Team Up North!