Seriously...with the money I save on cable, I have a really good time hanging out with friends at the sports bar.
Ybor City. ...or was that sarcasm
Good cigars :)
I'm thinking someone wants to apply for that open RB coaching position at tOSU! eh, Coach Wilcher?
Perhaps I should not have used the sarcasm font
I live near Boulder, CO and while it's all Broncos all the time, I work with many CSU grads that are very football crazy about their team. I got a lot of "you really think they can win?"
Mostly PAC-12 band-waggoners. My kids wore their Buckeye gear to school that Monday, and they informed me that night they were the only tOSU fans in the building and they got a lot of middle school smack talk. I told them I was proud they represented and that they would feel much better the next day. Needless to say...they got their smack-talk revenge. :)
I even supplied them with some good one liners to pull out on the haters ("Oh Hey, I think EZE just blew through the OR defensive line and scored ANOTHER touchdown!"). It was a good day for them. Middle school is rough!
I got quite a few congrats at work...like all Buckeye fans, I wear the colors loud and proud.
Uh...no. The guy that invented the Holiday Inn Express stayed at Cardales house!
Dude is a perfect fit for the Nebraska, culture.
Lourde - Everybody wants to rule the world
Originally made famously by Tears for Fears. ;)
The sound I heard every time tOSU snapped the ball:
Troy Smith fits in the equation somewhere....
I want a strong scUM team...that Ohio State beats every year. It would be so much more painful for them to have that hope that they are nationally relevant again; that they have a chance at the playoffs, if they can only beat tOSU...but then get beat again, and again, and again.
That's the pain I want to inflict on scUM. Yes, I was attending tOSU during the Cooper years, that is some real emotional distress...
I like the Buckeye dude's car. How about someone photoshop an attractive Buckeye fan with his car?
I want OSU to have an e-sports team! Largest athletic department in the country needs one of those!
I've been to two Sugar Bowls (one the Nat'l Champ Game) and you are not getting a hotel for $100...Not sure how far outside the city you would need to stay, but man. Bowl game travel is not cheap.
I think he could be an NFL Coach, but really, I think he would be great at a smaller school. Colorado State would be a good fit. They would love him there. I live in CO and I heard a rumor they were going to reach out to him.
I think CSU or Oregon State should go after Tressel.
VaTech plays a lot of Freshman. Their first "real" game (not the artificially confidence boosting FCS home beating) will be at The Shoe. At night.
We have this game, completely.
Nebraska plays McNeese State on Saturday, an FCS school. Pelini on the talent of FCS programs: “There are some FCS schools that could beat a lot of lower-tier Division I schools. That’s been proven time and time again.”
Uh, yea. I think Michigan certainly knows this.
SI Cover Jinx!
When did Ohio State get a Pokemon battle team?
UFM didn't change the culture. The culture of Ohio State Football was there before he got there. The culture of the marching band was there for Decades! Most organizations have not even been in existence for as long as TBDBITL. Culture is defined by decades of tradition, attitudes and behaviors. The Army. Hewlett-Packard. Ford. Not a sociology class. How does someone even make that comparison unless they don't understand what culture is?
There are a multitude of books written on the subject, aimed at helping leaders change culture. It is extremely difficult and takes years. Approach it wrong and it will blow up in your face.
Spoken like someone that has never run an organization, charged with changing culture. Ok. So I go into a high performing company, see something I don't like, something that has been engrained into the culture for decades, and start firing people over it. So everyone falls in line out of fear. That is not going to be a high performing and successful organization.
Not good advice, Al "chainsaw" Dunlap.