Author has written 7 stories for In the Groove, Pokémon, and Dance Dance Revolution.
I am currently a student at Carnegie Mellon University (math major)
My true passion is sports, particularly football and baseball. I've been a sports fan for 13 years and counting. I follow NFL, college football, MLB, and college basketball extensively, and follow NBA, NHL, golf, tennis, Olympics, and soccer casually. I have played fantasy sports for eight years. I just completed my 8th year of fantasy baseball and am currently in my 8th year of fantasy football. I've played fantasy basketball for 8 years and fantasy hockey for 2 years, but have stopped playing those two fantasy sports because school consumes much of my time. I have picked every NFL game for the past 9 years. My favorite NFL team is the Tennessee Titans, hence the username. I care more about teams and picking games more than players in football. I care mostly about players in baseball, and don't pay much attention to team success until late in the season.
I also play a dancing game called In The Groove, which is similar to DDR, but is a lot more challenging. Most DDR charts are either too boring/easy (8's and below) or too stupid/gimmicky (every 10 is like 300+ bpm with random ass bpm changes). I have met most of my friends through ITG events, and would rather spend time doing anything ITG or non-ITG related than to get drunk with random idiots on campus. I play for score and exercise. Playing to stay in shape is always good for my health, but my main satisfaction is improving my scores. It sounds like I take the game too seriously and don't have fun with it, but to me, playing for scores = playing for fun. There is absolutely no difference between the two for me.
I keep track of my ITG scores on a site called GrooveStats. Here is my profile.
I spend my spare time following football and baseball and playing ITG. Sports normally takes priority over ITG, especially when important games are being played. I will often play ITG and check sports scores in between sets of songs.
I have a Facebook (ask me for my name) and a MySpace (that I almost never use, so don't worry about trying to find me there).
I have a livejournal that I use to publish random weird stories I come up with (most entries on FanFiction can also be found on livejournal) or to post anything random and funny that I run into. I also use it for personal updates, but prefer not to rant on about issues that I should be taking care of on my own anyway.