Found March 02, 2012 on Midwest Sports Fans:
Former Ohio State bench warmer and blogger Mark Titus’ new book Don’t Put Me In, Coach will finally be available on bookshelves and at on March 6. Although Mark was never a star on the court at Ohio State, he did develop a cult following on his blog, On the site, Mark wrote many hilarious articles about his time at Ohio State and also about other topics like pro wrestling, mustaches, and Greg Oden’s penis. Mark named his blog “Club Trillion” from the basketball term “a trillion,” where a player only plays for one minute and gets zeros in the other 12 statistical categories on a box score. Mark wasn’t very good and didn’t get much playing time so he tallied up plenty of trillions during his career. Club Trillion became very successful — it has 3.9 million views to date — and it eventually landed Mark a writing job at Bill Simmons’s website Grantland, where you can read an excerpt of his book. Don’t Put Me In, Coach is mostly about Mark’s career at Ohi

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