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Phoenix, Arizona (via Beavercreek, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   August 16, 2014


  • SPORTS MOMENT: When we had "the best damn team in the land"!
  • NFL TEAM: Da Bears!
  • NBA TEAM: LeBron
  • MLB TEAM: Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: I'm an, no!

Recent Activity

Comment 21 Sep 2019

Yes, and whenever my lack of murder convictions is brought up in polite conversation I do feel a slight twinge pride.

It's the next step in the "well, ... did you die?" troupe. "Well,... did you commit murder?" - No, I was very angry, but no. I did no murdering.

Comment 20 Sep 2019

I'm not claiming to know the whole story, or even more than you, but Big Ben and I have both been convicted of rape the same amount of times. 0. 

I always pronounce his name Rape-lisburger though, but my dislike of him is more related to the fact that he was offered a very late scholarship to OSU and turned us down to stick with Miami.

Miami in the 90's was known as the University of popped collars, and was thought of as the most snooty school in Ohio. Also they finished number two behi d UCLA for the hottest girls on campus according to Playboy in like 1996 or something.

Oxford sucks and is hard as hell to get to.

That is all I know about the Redskins,​ RedHawk, and their shitty school.

Comment 12 Sep 2019

I apologize, my post does seem quite rude and I don't mean to offend.

It was all meant I good humor.

Also, ESPN is completely biased and I think it should be evident to everyone.

Comment 12 Sep 2019

It makes since financially if you follow the money trail.

Blinders are useful if you want to go through life believing things are they way you want them to be, so you should look no further than the (probably) accurate account of the ratings. 

I think it would be nice if all of our fans had the same perspective, because then when one of our fans says something stupid, I could just call them a moron.

You must be the guy from Cincinnati who is invited to the board room meetings in Bristol, or at least went to high school with someone who is. (We all know how deep that HS loalty goes in the Queen City right?) 

Comment 15 Aug 2019

As far as you know, right?

Comment 15 Aug 2019


Comment 15 Aug 2019

I know it's not the same, but it's relative. It also illustrates the moral high ground Ohio State occupies over Clemson. (Personally I'd rather be 3-0 vs. them, and comfortably on the low ground, but oh well).

If you want a story about a Buckeye who transferred to Akron or YSU before the 2014 season and was given a ring then you don't have to dig too deep, but I'm not helping. Then it'll be the exact same and you won't have to be sad because you assume that I, the guy who brought up the nice story, doesn't know the difference between death and Missouri.

Comment 15 Aug 2019

He's a villain because of the steroids his players cheat with. 

Why is there even any press coverage of Clemson that doesn't start and end with that? 

Comment 15 Aug 2019

Drushawn Humphies family was given a 2002 national championship ring from Ohio State and Coach Tressel. For those who are not aware, he tragically died before ever enrolling. 

It's a classy gesture, and I am glad it happened.

On the flipside, Swinney not giving the ring seems petty. The only justification that I think I read was that it would be an NCAA violation or something since the kid's still in college.