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Cincinnati, OH (via Loveland, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   January 14, 2015

'17 Graduate of The Ohio State University


  • SPORTS MOMENT: January 12, 2015

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Ezekiel Elliott and Troy Smith are tied
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: FC Cincinnati

Recent Activity

Comment 30 Jan 2019

There is so much to make fun of in your post my brain is short circuiting.

The fact you are working outside in the winter tells me that your assessment of college classes being easy is invalid because you didn't take any real college classes. I'll just leave it at that.

Go bucks.

Comment 07 Jan 2019

The efficiency of an o-line rotation definitely outweighs the cost of chemistry. It is way easier to play at a high level late into the fourth quarter if you are well-rested, hydrated, etc. In terms of chemistry, these guys practice with each other every day since camp in early August. They certainly get enough game-like scenarios with each other during practice to have good enough chemistry.

Comment 04 Oct 2018

I'm friends with a few e-sports pros from Counter-Strike. No, it is not a traditional sport. but it does take endless hours of dedicated practice along with insane natural skill. These guys spend as much time as traditional professional sports athletes when it comes to honing their craft.

All-in-all, who really cares? Why does it matter what they call it? It doesn't diminish traditional sports.

Comment 31 Aug 2018

You gotta remember that most, if not most then at least a good chunk, of Ohio State fans are not alumni/current students. All they care about is football and basketball and they don't understand how incredible Ohio State is as an educational institution. Hopefully more stories like this will make them realize how vast, diverse, and fuckin' awesome Ohio State is not only in athletics, but as a school!

Comment 16 Nov 2017

Ty is a great guy. I wasn't great friends with him, but we had a lot of mutual friends and I saw him somewhat consistently. Probably the most famous person I've ever met, and even after all of the hate he got after TTUN and Clemson (even death threats), he maintained being a great dude.