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Silver Sniper

So Cal (via University Heights (Heights High))

MEMBER SINCE   September 10, 2017


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2015 Sugar Bowl
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Cleveland Force

Recent Activity

Comment 07 Apr 2020

Would they have called targeting on the hit by Zack Dumas against the Auburn RB today? Holy shnikeys! Not only would Dumas been ejected today, he likely would have been prosecuted for attempted murder. Check this out —>

Comment 07 Apr 2020

Check out Kbonay video 2 below and screen shot the moment before Proctor hits him. It’s clear as day. Show the troglodyte the rules too.

Comment 07 Apr 2020

Yeah, you could clearly see Proctor lower himself below QB helmet/neck level and led with his arm/shoulder. Vicious as hell? Yes. Targeting? No. The refs on the field agreed. There was one standing in plain view of the hit and no flag. 

Comment 07 Apr 2020

Positivity for transfers coming in and disappointment for players leaving doesn’t necessarily equate to hypocrisy unless there are individuals who curse the portal when someone leaves then sing it’s praise when someone comes in. I think most reactions are case by case, the reasoning behind the move and how they went about it, and not so much over the portal mechanism itself. 

Comment 07 Apr 2020

Again, Oden can't dodge foul trouble. Again, Lewis (25 points) has to help save hide, this time in San Antonio. OSU comes back from trailing by 20, eventually tying the game at 79 with 2:44, thanks to a 3-pointer by David Lighty. Conley Jr. hits the winning shot via the foul line, 6.5 seconds showing on the clock.

Damn, I forgot how stacked this team was. 

Comment 06 Apr 2020

I think this is a fair criticism to ask what’s going on. The data points keep stacking up. Perhaps 11W could do a piece on OSU basketball instability compared to other power five programs. I would be curious to understand if it’s us or if this is widespread. 

Comment 03 Apr 2020

Same. It’s become my annual tradition to read through the entire game thread milking it for every last bit of joy to me that I can get from it. From the start where everyone is all full of hope, to the middle where the turn happens and the realization of another impending loss sets in, to the end where they have full blown turned on each other and are in full despair while another faster more talented OSU player tacks on another TD.