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Miller City, Ohio (via Miller City, Ohio & a stop in Columbus, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   June 20, 2014

Alumnus of The Ohio State University. BSME Class of 2011.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: November 18th, 2006
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 15 Apr 2019

...musicians, comedians, contests, fun student events...

No, no, no, and maybe.

I don't think the problem is with the spring game product, I think the problem is people's expectations for it. Go to the game or watch it on TV knowing it's a practice, nothing more and nothing less. 

Comment 13 Mar 2019

If the Browns surround Hunt with a good support network, he gets his shit together, and scores touchdowns, what's not to love? We should be cheering for the guy to be a better human in his hometown.

Comment 14 Feb 2019

My experience in officiating in any sport stops at the youth level, but when I'm reffing with a newbie, my first piece of advice is to make a call as if it's an absolute certainty and demonstrate it that way. Fans jump all over a timid ref SO LEAVE ME ALONE TIMMY'S DAD!

The official for Jalin's catch has 1 second to make a split decision. What would your reaction have been if he shrugged and haphazardly signals maybe it was an incompletion.

Comment 13 Feb 2019

It's not a commercial problem, it's a buyer problem. These companies pay firms large amounts of money to help them sell their product. They aren't winging it. It's data driven. And the data says these commercials help drive sales. If they are dumbed down, it reflects on the consumer, not the salesman.

Comment 13 Feb 2019

According to Fields's attorney, there is more to the story than what Twitterverse knows. That implies that a singular - albeit documented - racist comment isn't the only argument for granting a waiver. Although I'd love to know what those other arguments are, I take comfort that this decision wasn't necessarily made by the court of public opinion. Sometimes we have to have the courage to admit we just don't know all the details.