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Macomb, MI (via Cleveland)

Member since 20 December 2011 | Blog

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 11 Jun 2017

No need.  I'm at a great school.  I work with great people.  I get more college football trolling opportunities than anyone you know.

Comment 10 Jun 2017

I teach in a school in the state up north. (No one there but me likes how my classroom is decorated.)  That Evan Turner game took place during school hours.  Over half the teachers had the game on during class.  It was awesome to hear the whole school cheer when TTUN went ahead and then be silenced when The Villain's shot went in. 

Comment 11 Aug 2016

A preferred walk on is when they invite you to join the team without a scholarship.  

A regular walk on is where your friend dies so you have a breakdown and go to a junior college next door to the school you want to go to for two years.  Then you show up at practice and try to make the team.  The coaches try to use you as a cheap motivational ploy for the good players, who all hate you. You get one lousy tackle in your entire career and they carry you off the field sarcastically.  Then you embellish the story and they make a crappy movie about it.  Then you get in trouble with the SEC for trying to inflate the stock price for your crappy sports drink company.

Comment 20 Apr 2016

I root for a school in Ann Arbor.  I am a graduate of Concordia University.

They haven't done much yet, but the minute UNC-Charlotte hired Mark Price they became my second favorite B-ball team.

Also as many have said I want to see heir apparent Tom Herman do well.

Comment 06 Feb 2015

It makes sense for Mike Weber to feel hurt. That is the natural emotional reaction to news like this.  However after a few days emotion needs to fade and thinking needs to take over instead.  See who they hire as RB coach.  Think over your decision and if you really still want out  at that point then ask for your release (which I would hope they would give him.)  I have a feeling though that once the emotion passes and thinking kicks in he will realize he's got it pretty good and stay.  

Regardless of what happens with Weber though, someone needs to explain to me how it helps the player for his former coach to spout off to the media.  When Wilcher makes it all about him being "disrespected" he makes it hard for me to think this is really about Weber's best interest.  It also makes me find it hard to think of him as a rational adult.

Comment 01 Feb 2015

No pressure or anything, but if the site crashes on National Signing Day I might die.