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urbanwarfare 12th Warrior

Member since 15 October 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Storming the field after Michigan in 2006
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Is that a sport?

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Oct 2016

It totally depends on which rotator cuff muscle or muscles your torn. The rotator cuff is a group of 4. If there was no mechanism of injury I'm assuming possibly the supraspinatus and/or subscapularis. Many people walk around every day with a torn or partially torn cuff muscle. There are ways to get around it. Proper scapular mechanics for one.  

Comment 18 Aug 2016

When DJ, and fellow members, helped one of our depressed members through a difficult night.DJ even offered his phone number

Comment 29 Jan 2016

I agree the OP (Kansasbuckeye) did a perfect job in the description and I understand the new information is 100 posts down but shouldn't we at least have the thread from 1/19/16 closed so there is not multiple convos about the latest news going on at once

Comment 29 Jan 2016


Comment 03 Dec 2015

we need all us older posters to remind the younger crop about the Cooper years. Whats the saying “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."

Comment 23 Sep 2015

long story short. Nobody talks about the teams that are the best the first 6 games of the season, people talk about who is the best the last 6. We all know cardale has the arm and size but lacks the reps. We are stupid to think our front half of the schedule is weak. We are working in out the kinks. If jones learns to read the defenses and hit the open man we can't be stopped. It took JT some solid reps to learn this. If jones does not figure this out Urban is smart enough to put JT in by then. There is no team in college football that has the talents of jones. He needs these early games to learn. We are talented enough to get through. Again it's about the last 6 not the first

Comment 16 Sep 2015

Right on. During the few hours I'm not on this site I work as a physical therapist. You're right when are designed to move. Whether you believe in the man upstairs,aliens,or evolution, we have big butts for a reason they are supposed to be used for movement  not as couch cushions. One on the reasons for low back pain is due to "low cross syndrome". I.e. Inactive glutes and core along with hyperactive hip floors and lumbar extensor. 

Comment 29 Aug 2015

Remy/matt love your stuff. First time I thought your scoring system was off. I like how you quantified it but he should easily be number 2 right behind Archie