I wear a Highway Patrol uniform on stage...the gals can't resist the hat!
Mop boy in a strip-club....and a Police Officer
I missed the original thread and just read it. 1st of all I'm glad to see that 618 is working this out...2nd of all, I would like to point out that I just read a boat-load of post's by some real class acts! I attempted to upvote each and every one but I soon realized that I didn't have the time to do so for each one as there were so many. WAY TO STEP UP FELLAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What... is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?
Classic announcer Keith Jackson called the O-lineman the "Big Uglies". I like that better then "the slobs"
What about Brandon Saine?
As a junior Saine defended his D-I track titles in the 100 and 400 and set a state meet record in the 100 with a time of 10.50 (Gahanna’s Blake Heriot broke it last year with a 10.47). Saine, however, still holds the overall state record in the 100 (regardless of division) and the title of “Ohio’s Fastest Man Ever” with a 10.38 he ran his junior year.
Obviously those two have a good relationship with one another...and I think Bosa cemented himself in Buckeye history with that one play
I know Eastbay has sold them in the past (I have bought one) but thanks to Akron's comment I checked further. It appears that they don't have tOSU custom jerseys anymore. I was able to find the obligatory #5 jersey in the middle of a bunch of NFL stuff so maybe its their POS website thats making it hard to find.
Eastbay can make any name # configuration as long as it's not a players name
My guess is that since he gets limited reps in practice its just safer for him to tuck it and run and keep the clock moving.
I was on the field for #1 vs #2 after the game. A few people (4-5) actually made it onto the goal post nearest the student section but they could barely get the post to shake let alone bring it down. An OSU police officer brought out the big can of pepper spray and cleared everyone from the crossbar and the officer was then pelted with sod and anything else that could be thrown. It was a couple years after that the perimeter was set up around both goal posts.
Wal-Mart in Troy had the same display several weeks ago.