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OHinTN


Gallatin, TN

Member since 13 August 2014 | Blog

Favorites

  • NFL TEAM: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Nashville Predators
  • NBA TEAM: *YAWN*
  • MLB TEAM: Pittsburgh Pirates

Recent Activity

Comment 15 Jan 2018

1st - Ted Nugent and Bad Company 1996 at the now extinct Starwood Amphitheater

Most Recent - Tim McGraw/Faith Hill 2017 Bridgestone Arena

Favorites - Metallica in the pouring rain at Starwood (97 or 98 can't remember), it was getting muddy in the grass seats and people were running and sliding down the hill, beer cup bonfires being lit everywhere, just plain craziness!

- Shinedown 2012 or 13 at Bridgestone, I had mainly gone to see one of the opening acts and Shinedown came out and blew me away!

- Tool 2017 Bridgestone, because Tool!

Comment 15 Jan 2018

I'm a huge Tool fan.  I've seen them twice most recently in 2016 in Nashville.  They put on a great show although Maynard never came out of the shadows.  A talented but strange, strange individual!

Comment 10 Jan 2018

We all will recruit from the same database and yes you could be battling another human ran team for a player.

I haven't done the online recruiting in several years so I can't help there.

Comment 29 Dec 2017

Awesome idea!  I busted this game out a few months ago after not playing it for a few years and it is still amazing.  I have to admit I'm nervous about playing live competition as I can't remember the last time I played against a human.  The best time for me to play games will most likely be after 8pm CST so hopefully scheduling won't be too big of a problem.  

Comment 29 Aug 2017

Most of my friends are big UT fans and the one who actually knows something about football and follows them closely said DeBord was relieved of playcalling duties at halftime of the Florida game last season and didn't call plays the rest of the season.  He's not sure of the reason behind that, but he seems to think it worked out for the better.  If only Shoop could coach up their defense.

Comment 29 Nov 2016

We played them my sophomore year (94) and they had a lightning fast kid that pretty much beat us by himself.  I think his name was Denver Williams, but my memory may be failing me.