There should probably be a statue built somewhere in Columbus for the person who invented the 16-Bit Barcade on 4th and Main. We built one of a steroid-infested philanderer, and all that guy does is hold an annual conference of body builders and their chemists and ruin Columbus' night-scene for a week.
The 16-Bit Barcade is a bit of true industry for this city, and I'm not just saying that because I'm damn-near militant with the pistol on Time Crisis II.
BRAXTON "JUST DOESN'T KNOW" IF HE'S GOING PRO. Yesterday, Braxton became only the fourth player to ever win the Silver Football twice, joining such peers as Archie "2Heizmanz" Griffin. (The Silver Football is actually 11-years older than the Heisman and is given to the B1G's MVP.)
I said on Monday: Braxton Miller's chances of turning pro are higher than a lot of people assume. Buried in the article about Braxton's dynamic 2013 campaign, in which he grew leaps and bounds in previous years, was this nugget about his decision:
Miller told @TeddyGreenstein he's "getting tired" of the pounding and he's well aware the line loses four of five starters next year.— Eleven Warriors (@11W) December 12, 2013