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Pittsburgh (via Columbus)

MEMBER SINCE   July 29, 2016


  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: JK "6-carries" Dobbins
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 16 Dec 2018

I agree on having more subjectivity, but I don't think conference champs should be locks. We could be looking at Pitt and NW as seeds 7 and 8 for Bama and Clemson to play in the first round of the playoff at home... 

8 teams also leave the door open for UK, Florida, LSU, Georgia, etc - teams that didn't win games against good team, but are inherently great because of "good losses" and the SEC conference boost

Comment 30 Nov 2018

I have to think OSU destroys NW tomorrow, but you never know. I am really concerned about our DBs, particularly Damon Arnette, playing very stupid and picking up 6-8 PI penalties

Comment 28 Nov 2018

He has some sneaky good talent (esp Rondale Moore) that could do some damage in a B1G West. Wisconsin was underwhelming this year after returning its entire 1st-team All B1G OLine and most of the defense, so who knows where they will be in the foreseeable future. B1G West is a WIDE OPEN race with a definite chance for Brohm to improve his stock. 

Reputation aside, Purdue is in a MUCH better position to win than Louisville, too.

Comment 27 Nov 2018

Stock Down: Damon Arnette.

HOLY HELL, he was atrocious for the entire game. Schiano (or maybe Grinch?) finally pulled the trigger and benched him before halftime after an idiotic PI that led to Michigan TD (and then another after the botched kickoff). Eventually gets back in and immediately gives up a 60yd bomb to an anemic offense with the 3rd string QB. 

Damon, please go pro.

Comment 20 Nov 2018

Disagree. I anticipate the exact same thing we've seen so far: 1-2 giant mistakes resulting in excellent field position or TDs from TTUN (+ whatever offense they would generate w/o the freebies) vs. maybe 1 TD and 1-for-2 on FGs for an overly-conservative OSU offense. Second half adjustments help, but there is just too much to overcome the 3-TD lead TTUN creates in the early 3rd quarter. 31-35 TTUN