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typeOHpositive


Monroe, OH (via Cincinnati)

MEMBER SINCE   December 19, 2013

I've been a Buckeye fan for as long as I can remember....grew up with my Dad rooting for the Bucks during the end of the Woody era and have bled Scarlet and Gray ever since.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Beating Bama in 2015
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Chris Spielman, JT Barrett, Archie G and John Simon (all fierce competitors)
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Bluejackets
  • NBA TEAM: Celtics
  • MLB TEAM: Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Aug 2019

Unless that cyst in his head has gone away I don't see Shelley being on board with that at all.  But in the end if he does coach elsewhere I will 100% root against him, my loyalty lies with the Buckeyes period....I don't root for coaches at other schools. I went to UC but will be rooting against them when they play OSU, I like and respect Fick, I like the Bearcats to a point, but I LOVE the Buckeyes, period...they are my team...after everything Urban said about OSU, should he choose to coach elsewhere, it will feel like a big slap in the face.  Now if he came out and said it was in fact more about how the University treated him during the BS scandal last season I will re-evaluate my position...I do think they sh*t on him and it was not right at all.
 

Comment 08 Aug 2019

I certainly get that injuries happen due to contact, but I'm just saying that they seem to be somewhat injury prone (some people just are) and I'm asking for someone with some real knowledge of training, muscle gain at early age, flexibility, tendon strength to maybe weigh in on this and shed light on the possibility that this could be a potential factor in their injuries.

Comment 08 Aug 2019

Sometimes I wonder if their growing up in the gym somehow hurt them in some way....meaning that their tendons, joints, flexibility didn't have time to catch up/work in conjunction with their muscular development setting them up for issues later. Can someone who knows a lot more about that kind of thing chime in, I'm no expert but I do know that all of these things must work in concert or their will be issues.

Comment 26 Jul 2019

I have not gone there for a game, but I can tell you Madison is a great town, it's between two lakes and is very accessible. I know there is lodging downtown and by the Veteran's Memorial Coliseum...all pretty close to the stadium. Great food in the area too.  I know this isn't real helpful but it should be a great time.