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from Circleville, Ohio

MEMBER SINCE   December 05, 2014


  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Feb 2019

I don't understand why, and am kind of surprised, that college football doesn't go to more 3rd down packages. The NFL does it every drive. 3rd and 8, we know we have to throw here, they know we have to throw here, so let's get more guys on the field that can catch the ball and move the chains. I thought too many times last season we tried to stay with our base package just to not sub and it cost us. When we need a 3rd down conversion run out 3 WRs, a TE, and a pass catching RB. This season that could be any combo of guys but would love to see Wilson and Mack out wide, Hill in the slot, Ruckert at TE, and McCall in the backfield. This is a lot tougher on the D to cover all these guys and one should be 1 on 1

Comment 19 Feb 2019

trying to be unbiased, how does a HS kid not want to play for him.

1. He is coaching at a power house

2. He was just producing in the NFL within the last 5 years.

3. You get on twitter (as all HS kids do) and there is Hartline running routes in practice with the guys. Then a video of him competing in mat drills with the guys. He brings so much energy. I would be begging him for attention and an offer

Comment 17 Feb 2019

Because he also didn’t bring a championship to Cleveland? Cmon man, you don’t have to like him for not leaving a sustainable team behind, but he did what he had to do to win. And he didn’t have to do that in Cleveland. He chose too

Comment 15 Feb 2019

Hope this is the last time I ever hear, see, or read Kaepernick's name.

He wasn't on a team because his play did not outweigh the circus he was going to bring along.

Comment 12 Feb 2019

There is 100% a Nuthouse bus service on campus that runs through east campus and drops you off at the doors of the Schott 

Comment 12 Feb 2019

makes more sense. Coughlin hates rookies/young players. He almost always ops for the veteran

Comment 05 Feb 2019

Whoa whoa whoa! Kenny G never did anything here?!? Go check out the 2012 season and I’d bet you’d be surprised. Sure he wasn’t a world beater, not all of them can be. But smooth Kenny G holds a spot in this OSU fans heart. 

He also has the longest TD thrown (90 yards) and tied for most TD passes in a game (6)

Comment 31 Jan 2019

Honestly, I liked it. 

It wasn't anything fancy. My friend and I split the 6 pack and came to the conclusion that it tasted a lot like Yuengling. I would def buy it again or order it out. Plus, the cans look cool 

Comment 30 Jan 2019

I was at OSU the same time he was, so it was kind of a cool movement at the time. He was the Joey Lane for a final 4 team, a POY (Evan Turner) and a look behind the scenes before we really had twitter. 

Comment 26 Jan 2019

To be fair to Urban, we win the NC his first year if eligible. Gene screwed that one up, not Urban. So that puts him at 2 plus the other accolades

Comment 19 Jan 2019

I’ve said this on multiple posts but the casual OSU football and basketball fan can not get in anymore. The average ACT score was 31 or 32 this year. I know this might be some fans, but the majority of FANS aren’t qualifying to get in. Students are getting in Block O as a resume stuffer, not because they want to lead the student section 

Comment 14 Jan 2019

your average college student is not the same as a college athlete and it's not even close. It is not even 10% of the same thing. A football player at OSU is handed a degree as long as they follow the code of conduct, attend classes, and don't get kicked off the team. They have full time tutors who do their homework if they want them to (I know this because my English partner was on the football team and I didn't write a report or assignment in 4 classes, got As in all of them). It doesn't matter if you play a down in a game, you graduate with a degree of choice, debt free, and in a prime position to land a quality job through Real Life Wednesdays and the fact that OSU football player carries weight in central Ohio