I'm a Detroit Lion fan, and I'm so glad I'm not a Browns fan. How sad is that Cleveland. I can not believe they screwed up this draft. Is Matt Millon a Browns advisor?
There will NEVER be another Papa Joe's. The king is dead. Still have the bucket that I liberated from that place. People that were never there don't believe what actually took place in that campus legend.
Desmond. I think Mark May is a salty troll who hates OSU, and knows talking about OSU is ratings gold. Desmond is an arrogant prick (Michigan Man) who thinks he's better than everyone.
Maybe you would, but I'd like to think most fans would be able to recognize a douche when they see one. Woody is loved for his entire tenure of success and his contributions to his players and the university community. Was he a hothead, and did he have flaws? Yes. However they were far outweighed by his other positive attributes. Harbaugh is a very good coach with little to no value outside his coaching. He is all about the Harbaugh. Was his signing day party a cool idea, yes. Is he a good coach, yes. Was he run out of SF after leading the to the Super Bowl? Yes! Why? He's a douche, and he is incapable of acting any other way.
Best pitcher in the AL right now. Hasn't given up a run in almost 30 innings, and has a sub 1 WHIP. They have been a different team since he hit the rotation. Moved Greene and Sanchez to the pen and made them better too. If Norris or Boyd can solidify the 4th starter in the rotation the Motor City Kitty's will win it all.
It is amazing how good Stanley's 5 Star is! You have to get the hand made pierogi's and sweet and sour cabbage too! Best food in Toledo
As a former resident of Haverfield (the only all male dorm on campus), and Scott (long live the ag dorm) I'm going to miss those great halls! Going to drink a heudepohl in their honor. On second thought I'll drink some real beer now that I know better!
$4.00 buckets of Old Swill before 8:00 at PJ's. Two $1 gyros after PJ's closed. Greatest $10.00 ever spent. Students don't understand how different OSU was back in the 80's. Haverfield had a dorm tap you could check out at the front desk by simply leaving your student ID. It's a miracle most students survived!
I am in the ABT crowd, and an early card carrying Tiger hater. When he first showed up with his dad Earle, it was a great story. His dad was a former Army officer, and it was great to see some diversity on the PGA in the form of an African-Asian-American young wunderkind. However it became pretty obvious quickly that the kid was fake, and every action he took was handled by a PR firm. His press conferences say absolutely nothing but cliche's. Fellow golfers who see him when no cameras are around cannt stand him. His behavior on the course is terrible. He treats people unkindly. Great golfer, bad person. I don't care of he banged every waitress in the country, good for him, but he did it the wrong way. Derek Jeter has a list of female partners a mile long, but he's single and doesn't hide the fact he's a player. Tiger, you're single and pert near a billionaire, have fun my friend, just don't try to sell me the gosh gee whiz family guy routine bull shit. When I heard his kids caddied for him at the par 3 contest, I didn't think what a nice story, I thought he must have hired a new pr firm and this is the latest attempt to rehab his image.
I am not up here on the Northern border protecting ohio from a barbarian invasion to let the 513 talk uk smack, eat that dog crap they think is chili and brew Heudepohl (spelling)! That crap beer nearly killed met freshman year until I upgraded to better bears like natural lite, PBR, Strohs and keystone!
From 1983 to 1991 (dead ball era) there was no better player at any position, than Alan Trammel. Gearge Bell being awarded the 87 MVP was criminal. I like Larkin, he deserved the HOF but tram was the man.
Stick a fork in him, he done. His "injuries" are mostly between the ears. He's lost his edge, the PGA tests for ped's, and nobody is afraid of Tiger anymore. I'm tired of the golf channel talking about this hack.
Pepper Johnson, Keith Byers, Chris Carter and Chris Speilman were my favorite football players. Dennis Hopson and Kelvin Ransey were my favorite hoops players.
Pro football, I was a huge fan of Billy Sims and Al "bubba" Baker.
Baseball, Alan Trammel was THE man. The fact he's not in the hall of fame is a joke and a travesty. Better all around player than either Ozzie Smith or Barry Larkin.
Clay's not even Oregon's premier program! (Sarcasm font) Go Stritch!! Even though they are from Central Public, love to see toledo catholic schools represent.
ABT. Anybody but Tiger. I know Jack's record will be broken someday, and I hope that person will have half the class as the Golden Bear! I like Bubba (I love his hovercraft golf carts), Rory and Phil.
It is amazing how many Buckeye fans there are in southeastern michigan. Last time I was at the Henry Ford, I was representing and heard an O H from across the museum. The number of OSU and MSU fans have tripled in the D over the last decade.
Did the search: cougar drill head assembly from Chicago vibrator products may be the dirtiest sounding perfectly clean product I've ever heard!
Does Bauserman have any eligibility left?
Frankie's! You could get an STD just looking at that place. Gotta love the east side!
Pine knob is a GREAT venue and have seen dozens of shows there. Being so close to the border you usually wind up tailgating with wild, drunk Canadians. Saw Rush there during Roll The Bones tour, and the crowd looked like they were there for a Maple Leaf game.
First concert was Peter Frampton opening for Stevie Nicks at Pine Knob.
Best Concert musically was Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jeff Beck on Halloween in 1989. A true musical god taken from us too young.
Best "show" was Pink Floyd in the Shoe. Lived in Haverfield at the time, and there was a fog around campus that weekend.
Best song I ever saw live was Live and Let Die, by Paul McCartney and Wings at the Pontiac Silverdome.
The office (British version), Top Gear, Monty Python's Flying Circus. Some of the greatest TV in the world is on the BBC.
I was 16 in 1986, and my father was a huge Jack Nicklaus fan (as was I). Nearly 30 years later I can still remember watching that final round of the Masters with my father, and the tears in his eyes when it was over. I still get goose bumps thinking about it. It was a magical moment shared with a man I loved. As great as the 2002 and 2014 national championships were, I don't think the 1986 Masters will ever be topped as my favorite sports moment.
He was a great coach! One of the all time greats. But, he's kind of like that crazy old uncle that scares the entire family, because you never know what he's going to say. Some of his comments about women and minorities would have gotten him fired in today's world. His kids graduated, there weren't discipline problems on his teams, but he's kinda crazy.