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Member since 30 August 2010 | Blog

Dayton native in Indy.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Buckeye Natl Championships & Colts Super Bowl
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: O - Teddy Ginn & Braxton Miller / D - Shawn Springs
  • NFL TEAM: Colts
  • NHL TEAM: Eh?
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Redlegs
  • SOCCER TEAM: Tottenham & USMNT

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Jul 2018
Sad to see you go. You've been awesome for 11W and the skullys are always a must read. Won't be the same around here without you but I have no doubts more important things await. Good luck and hopefully we can drink responsibly together again at Land Grant. I like my Spring Game teams like I like my lovers pubic hair; gray.
Comment 18 Jul 2018
Good luck, DJ. Sad to see you leave 11W but I have no doubts you'll always put people first. That attribute will always have my vote regardless of policies.
Comment 15 Dec 2017

That's really not a lot of beer, imo.

Let's round up and say they pulled $2M in revenue in alcohol sales.  At $8 each that's 250,000 beers.  Which seems like a lot but when those are sold over seven home games, that comes to 35,714 beers per game, or about 1/3 of the stadium having one beer.  I would've guessed it to be higher.  But maybe that's because I drink a lot.

Comment 12 Dec 2017

The problem with that option for me are the open threads and Twitter.  I don't want to read about a play then see it 10 minutes later when my DVR catches up.  Just fewer commercials and don't stop the clock on 1st downs except for last few minutes of the 4th quarter would probably speed up the game by 10-15 minutes.

Comment 30 Nov 2017

Jason doesn't want two platforms to manage if I remember right.  I wouldn't hold your breath for an 11W app.

Comment 30 Nov 2017

Where do I start...

Indianapolis hosts the largest single day sporting event in the world with estimates of 300k in attendance.

The freeway system has been almost completely redone over the last 10 years with many bridges and roadways being reconstructed from scratch.

There's something like 7000 hotel rooms in downtown Indy, and close to 22,000 in the city.  

We've hosted a Super Bowl

There are countless bars and restaurants within walking distance of Lucas Oil Stadium

Is it New York, or LA, or Chicago?  No.  But I've been to those cities and while they may be better in some aspects, none of them can host a sporting event like Indy can.  There's a reason the Final Four is held here every few years.  

Comment 27 Nov 2017

Other places not noted that are worthy and within walking distance of Lucas Oil

BARS AND RESTAURANTS: The Slippery Noodle, Claddagh, Brothers Bar, The Pub, Tavern on South, High Velocity 

BREWERIES: Sun King, Tow Yard, Metazoa, Indiana City