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NorCal Buckeye


MEMBER SINCE   March 06, 2011

2006 alumnus from Ohio State College of Engineering.

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Witnessing the Buckeyes win the National Championship in 2002 as a student.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: JT Barrett

Recent Activity

Comment 15 hours ago
Imma send him a recommendation for the needleproof shoes CalPoppy told me about. They come with peelable poop liners much like the ones they have on NASCAR windshields.
Comment 23 Apr 2019
Not to ruin the "Ha, I'm smarter than the overhyped Michigan Man" parade, but as TheBadOwl pointed out in the forum post yesterday, test takers with learning disabilities perform poorly on tests like the Wonderlic, and it is not an accurate measure of their intelligence. Gary has worked hard to overcome his challenge in the classroom and has been an Academic All American.
Comment 23 Apr 2019
Ha, this reminds me of a roommate at OSU that had a custom Buckeye jersey made with a jank spelling of Belisari's name and his BAC test result as the number. That dude wore the jersey until at least 2006. What made it even funnier is he was 6'5", so that jersey was seen.
Comment 23 Apr 2019
I would run the analysis for you but I only scored a 12 on the online Wonderlic test.
Comment 22 Apr 2019
Its a bummer, but the 11W bandwagon picked up a lot of turds this past season and they haven't dropped off nearly as much as orher off-seasons. It's a shame. I blame it on the Zach Smith scandal (literally and sarcastically).
Comment 22 Apr 2019
Thanks for the perspective. I was wondering how the test and how it's administered affects players with different cognition styles, especially with a learning disability. I doubt draft scouts let you flash your high school IEP for special accommodations.