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Last Active May 04 2015 11:08 AM

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In Topic: Draft Contest

30 April 2015 - 04:42 AM

1.25 - E Flowers, OT

2.57 - Duke Johnson, RB

3.89 -  Justin Hardy, WR

4.124 - Kurtis Drummond, S

5.161 - Xavier Cooper, DT, 

5.169 - Justin Coleman, CB

5.174 - Jake Ryan, LB

6.201 -  Dallas Lewallen, C

7.242 - Quayshawn Nealy, LB

In Topic: Move to Baltimore they said. It'll be fun they said.

29 April 2015 - 09:54 AM

Not once were they called THUGS, N*****s Criminals etc....Stop playing into the media's race baiting game SMH 

In Topic: Move to Baltimore they said. It'll be fun they said.

29 April 2015 - 09:53 AM


Fire department: 89 fires reported in post-game revelry

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Fans took to the streets after Ohio State’s football championship early Tuesday, yelling and screaming in delight, setting nearly 90 fires and in the case of a few, tearing down an Ohio Stadium goal post.

Police made a handful of arrests after using tear gas and pepper spray to disperse crowds of Ohio State students and other fans following the Buckeyes’ win.

Officers on foot, on horses and in cruisers patrolled the main drag through campus after midnight Tuesday, when revelers spilled out of bars near the campus to celebrate the university’s 42-20 win over the University of Oregon in Dallas.

Thousands converged on the Ohio State football stadium, where police turned most of them away. Most headed back to the bar area, where cruisers lined the street and officers limited pedestrian and vehicular traffic.

Photos | Buckeye fans celebrate win over Oregon

Fans tore down a temporary goal post on the south end of the Ohio Stadium field used for high school games, said university spokesman Dan Hedman.

University police responded to various places in and around campus, including Ohio Stadium, the university’s Mirror Lake, a popular student gathering spot, and the neighborhood north of campus, Hedman said.

4361f34c1a751d026b0f6a70670044e2.jpg?w=3Ohio State fans block High Street in Columbus, Ohio, early Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, as they celebrate the Buckeye’s 42-20 win over Oregon following the National Championship football game between Ohio State and Oregon. (AP Photo/Paul Vernon)

The 89 fires reported to the Columbus Fire Department involved trash bins, Dumpsters and couches, and no injuries were reported, according to spokeswoman Battalion Chief Tracy Smith.

Smith says the 89 reports started coming in just before 1 a.m. with the last reported about 4:45 a.m.








In Topic: Move to Baltimore they said. It'll be fun they said.

29 April 2015 - 09:46 AM

Since 2011 the city of Baltimore has paid out over 6 million dollars in police brutality and abuse cases.  Yea these people are just living in a illusion and making up all this shyt for attention...yea....yeaa thats it....lets discredit the entire area that will make me feel better.  

In Topic: How not to have your ass kicked by the police....

29 April 2015 - 09:42 AM

They think joking about people losing their life is all good and fun because honestly their soul can not relate, and they do not have room in their heart for compassion but rather buy into the medias myths and stereotypes.