PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
I have an idea for a t-shirt:
On a grey shirt, with scarlet lettering, is an outline of the state of Florida. The caption reads "one giant stepping stone". On the back is an outline of Ohio with a caption that reads "one perfect destination."
To err is human. Really sucking requires having yellow stripes on your helmet.
Urban isn't there yet. Not trying to hate, but he's not.
All week long, Meyer preached to his team that he wouldn't pity Buffalo (4--8 in 2012). "I didn't schedule this game," he insisted. "I'm not going to feel bad for them."
Totally agree. Let's let Urban win a game in Columbus before we put him on Mt Buckmore.
What about Paul Brown?
If Denard Robinson isn't careful with spooning all that food into his mouth, he's going to end up lookin' like Whoopi Goldberg
Feel like this should be a picture of Jim Bollman. No smaller back is going to make yards without reasonable run blocking.
Fair enough. Was more for lulz than for serious
Was going to post thread on this but searched to make sure that one hadn't been already. I was shocked to see Urban on Mount Buckmore. Now I love Urban, but until he's won a National Championship at our school (not against our school) he's not going to make it onto the OSU Mount Rushmore. I'd be interested to see who others in this forum would see as the founding fathers of OSU (top 4). I think Woody, Archie, and Chic would be a lock. I've seen some put Spiels up there as #4 which I have not problem with. Spielman like Archie are great ambassadors for the program. Laudable as much for what they've done off the field as on. I also have no problem with Tressel (despite his ending). Hopalong would also be a good fourth choice as well.
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