I always assumed that whomever was paying OSU for the rights to televise the game in question paid for the temporary lights to be brought in - was that an incorrect assumption?
Ditto on the 11W interstate shirt: It's one of my favorites, it's perfect, and eventually I will wear it out and need another.
Yeah, the top 1% of all college football players who get drafted and become NFL starters just don't care about putting forth the extraordinary amount of work it takes to achieve peak performance, or doing whatever it takes to beat out an endless stream of new competitors so they can continue to earn millions of dollars per year.
Congratulations! Well done.
Your point being?
I don't watch 98% of the channels I am currently paying for, and I don't even watch all of the content of the handful of channels I do actually use. I'd be happy to subscribe to just the stuff I want to watch, commercial free and I guarantee I would spend less than the $100 a month give or take I am paying now (not including high speed internet access).
And this is why everything should be available to be purchased over the internet as a pay per view event over the top of these cable providers (or by direct subscription if one is so inclined).
Get this useless money suck of a scrimmage out of the way then catch some real football at 3:30p.
I'm psyched for Ramp though.
I think he'd be in the NFL making considerably more money if he was one of the two or three best in the world - let's not be ridiculous.
Open offer: I will pay the $34.05 to buy the Terrell Owens Pro Bowl jersey for you, if you post a video here of you wiping your ass with it.
Who auctions off 5 gas cans?
Wait... Who the hell BIDS ON FIVE GAS CANS?!
Jimmy's almost as ripped as this guy.
Did that dude really just say and mean that?
With a complete absence of sarcasm, I predict Manziel will become persona non grata and run out of Cleveland before the start of the 2017 season.
CAVS: SIGN GREG ODEN AND MAKE MY YEAR.
I learned more about this today: this new "pick your own seats" tool was rolled out to faculty and staff only this year basically to test the thing out, and it sounds like it worked really well. From what I heard, the plan is to expand the use of it in stages over the next couple of years and eventually all season ticket renewals will be done via this system. There's a demo of the thing up on the Ohio State Buckeyes Ticketmaster site. Looks pretty cool. Thanks again for bringing this to my attention!
Me too! Thanks for the info.
You are in fact mistaken, sir.
Fair enough. I've eaten a few extra tickets over the years. (I refuse to miss "ramp" so if I wasn't able to give the tickets away by then they got burnt.)
Interesting. May I ask through what entity you are afforded your season ticket application? I receive the benefit through my President's Club membership. If the process is now different (and enhanced) through Buckeye Club I may need to look into shifting how my annual donations to the university are made.
Are you faculty or staff?
In theory, a BuckID is required to be present. I think this might also be true for faculty and staff.
In practice, at my usual entrance (somewhere in the vicinity of Gate 30) I have never seen a ticket agent checking anyone's ID. They are quite adept at keeping you from bringing in a bottle of water however.