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07/11/2013 - 2:36pm The Real Most Buckeye

Is the guy who dumped his head in a bucket of piss.  Remember? 

Turns out the guy is a Mentor, OH police officer who was suspended for 2 days: 



06/27/2013 - 6:23pm Pelini could

do what my college coach did when guys fought in practice.  He made them run laps around the practice field while holding hands.


04/25/2012 - 1:23pm Observation

Uh, if 113,411 fans can watch a hockey game in the Big House in December, no reason why the B(S)CS can't have a game there.





04/23/2012 - 12:45pm Keep in mind

that Brandon scheduled this game for 2012 knowing that D-Rob would be a senior. He would not want to throw a rookie starting QB into AL's defense.  

04/23/2012 - 12:45pm Keep in mind

that Brandon scheduled this game for 2012 knowing that D-Rob would be a senior. He would not want to throw a rookie starting QB into AL's defense.  

04/22/2012 - 8:12am Some Thoughts to Consider.

I was in your situation 20 + years ago, and well know the anxiety and pressure you face. You must ask yourself whether you really want to be a lawyer, and if so what kind.  Law school sucks.  The professional pressures can be daunting.  And the market for new hires is rotten.  Having said that, law can be an incredibly rewarding profession.  People always bitch about lawyers, but whom do they call when Junior gets a DUI or when a business is crumbling? We lawyers take great pride in serving others.  

Have you interned anywhere?  Your major & minor suggest criminal defense law. Most lawyers will gladly accept free help and give you advice. Your local prosecutor's office should have opportunities as well. Also, go watch a few trials in person. Observe how the lawyers and judges act. You'll learn a lot simply by observing.

Consider where you want to live? If you want to live in MI, take the schollies.  The first few years of practice are very stressful for you and your familiy. No sense piling debt on top of that. Very few lawyers make a bunch of money starting out.  Anyone in MI / Northern OH will know of Wayne State & Sparty law.  Some of my partners are still paying law school debt and they've been out for 10 - 15 years.  Why put yourself in the debt boat?  Once you've been out for 5 years, no one cares where you went to law school.  It's all based on relationships.  Your clients who know and trust you will refer others to you.    

Talk to a lot of lawyers, do your research and follow your heart. Do what you want to do, and you'll always have food on the table. Good luck!

04/11/2012 - 6:32am Anyone

figure out how many times he follows "well" with "you know"?

Can't wait to hear the pads cracking on Saturday!

03/12/2012 - 7:42pm Numbers

are hideous. Don't care about fask mask color. Whatever is easier to see out of is best.

03/11/2012 - 9:58am Great Work.

Thanks for doing it.  Morris & Isaac are next to each other (#s 15 & 16). This is further proof that Isaac should Go Blue.

03/11/2012 - 7:51am What, No Finger Points?

Great pics, thanks.  But I'm surprised The Man didn't do a finger point.

02/27/2012 - 12:37pm McCray's High School

McCray hails from Trotwood Madison High School -- the same school as Roy Roundtree, Michael Shaw, & Brandon Moore.  Good sign?


02/23/2012 - 1:22pm Dad the Police Officer

Quick, someone tell E.J's dad that Hoke was a criminal justice major in college.

02/20/2012 - 5:32pm Best part about the Lantern

Best part about the Lantern article isn't Gee's stupid comment. Rather it's Vest's title at Akron: Vice President of Strategic Engagement. What the hell is that?

01/27/2012 - 1:29pm Major Props to Brent Williams

not only for junking the hat BS, as others have noted, but hashing out pros & cons of each school rather than simply steering him to Ohio. Let's hope Reeves bleeds blue.  


01/22/2012 - 2:40pm Ohio Early Enrollees

6 of Ohio's 2012 recruits have enrolled early.

Does anyone know how serious Reeves & Diamond are about Ohio?

11/29/2011 - 7:05pm Roundtree Pic

The guy talking to Roundtree is Tom Archdeacon, a tremendous writer for the Dayton Daily News.  He wrote an epic article on the players' love for Hoke.  He quotes, among others, Michael Shaw:  : :

“Coach Hoke taught me what it is to be a Michigan man and today — right now, right here — I understand that.”