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Chicago Illinois/Cincinnati Ohio

MEMBER SINCE   September 07, 2014


  • SPORTS MOMENT: January 3, 2003
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George/Troy Smith/Ted Ginn/Mike Doss/Braxton Miller/Devin Smith/Ezekiel Elliott/Curtis Samuel
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Michael Redd/Jason Maxiell/ Mike Conley/Aaron Craft/D'angelo Russell
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Jan 2020

Minnesota, Iowa, and Nebraska (said last off-season they were a year away from truly competing) are all legit contenders for the west next year. Wisconsin is going to drop off a bit imo, losing a ton of production.

Comment 13 Jan 2020

We will be back. Will future teams be as dominant as this 19 team? Probably not, which is heartbreaking to think about, but I am of the firm opinion Ryan day will win a couple. Future is bright! The football gods will show us buckeye fans glory after the agony we all just felt 

Comment 13 Jan 2020

I want to watch but I just can’t. The sting of the loss is still wayyyy too fresh. Haven’t watched any football since the int to seal it. Anyways, I’m sure it will be a competitive game

Comment 12 Jan 2020

Rules have helped offense tremendously, but you sure as hell don’t see scores like that come playoff time for the most part. It’s a long season, defense is hard to play for 82 games. Guys literally post up all the time, I watch a game everyday lol. They may pivot and face up to the defender rather than keeping their back to the basket, and may not score in the actual post, but post ups happen nearly  every possession especially for guys that play like jimmy butler, kawhi, devin booker, Demar derozan etc. meanwhile you have big men like jokic,  porzingis, Karl Anthony towns etc that run like deer and can shoot/pass. My point was Players today are much more skilled versatile than ever before, Which I think is entertaining but to each their own.

Comment 12 Jan 2020

While I agree the physicality of the game isn’t what it once was, i miss it at times, I really encourage you to take a look at how unbelievably skilled and athletic positions 1-5 are today from what they used to be. Amazing and entertaining as hell to watch imo. The stretch 4 was the beginning of the game changing. Now literally everyone can pass, handle, run the floor, post up, and of course, shoot the hell out of the ball.

Comment 12 Jan 2020

I love the nba playoffs, one of my favorite times of the year, especially when the finals come around in June - so I’ll always tune into that. I’ve always liked watching baseball live, but on tv just doesn’t do anything for me. 

Comment 01 Jan 2020

Could see master rushing for at least 1400 in 2020. Physical and great top end speed. But I Think the passing game next year will be our bread and butter, Olave, Wilson, and Jameson Williams....woo baby sign me up

Comment 30 Dec 2019

What’s the best way to mourn the death of an all time great cfb team? I’m not doing well so far. I’m of the firm opinion day will win multiple national championships, but none will be as good as this years team, that’s what makes this loss so unbelievably hard to stomach. Thanks for the insight this year fellas, peace love and happy new year

Comment 29 Dec 2019

Did anyone else cry tonight? Am I alone on this?? First time I’ve actually shed tears over a loss since the Ryan Hamby drop against Texas. This loss was gut wrenching, can’t even think about next year right now.