How sad whenever a young life ends. Condolences to teh family.
I don't see why the ream listed as #2 should be ahead of the team listed as #25.
7 pre-season AllAmericans. PLUS Gareon Conley. Plus a host of highly-talented young men who haven't had much (if any) playing time.
Oh. Never mind!
It's great to be rooting for a team for whom a 12-2 or 12-1 season can be considered disappointing, and that any season that any season that isn't awesome is disappointing.
That doesn't look much like hockey, does it?
Yep. Truly amazing they could get 2 Ws with a number that small.
I'm hoping for a different result after the games are played.
... and now that I think of it, maybe he should have been looking where he was investing.
Las Vegas High Rollers - nah
Las Vegas Roulettes - nah
Las Vegas Blackjacks - nah
Las Vegas Happenings (you know - the ones that stay there) - there we go
#65 is being driven backwards. Another way of looking at it is that the DL is doing a Bosa on the QB, but just using a bigger weapon than a RB. At least Hackenberg was looking for a receiver, though, while Sanchez should have been looking where he was "running."
An absolutely fantastic play at a critical time. I myself haven't made a block like that in years.
I thought the Percy Harvin question was replaced with "who will play the Jeremy Birmingham role?" Let's have this one answered, and then we can return to asking about the Devin Smith role.
Let him be the designated blitzer. On running plays - run at him, run at him, run at him. On pass plays, send the receiver who'll be the "hot read" into the space he vacates, and/or keep the RB in to pick him up. Blitzes wok to a large extent because they are a change up.
But we love it when you do.
Back in the day (my day being the early 70s), pretty much all you needed to do was apply (if you were in-state; not so sure about out-of-state). It's harder now, as everyone knows.
Congrats to a Buckeye great!
But we want to hear the rumors FIRST. Those of us who pay nothing for this free site have an entitlement, don't you know.
Why would anyone choose to have faith when there is the far superior option of panicking?
I have no sources, and so can't speak with any certainty, but, after last year's class, I believe the staff sees value in guys who want to be at tOSU and are willing to compete (and if necessary wait) for playing time. I suspect that Markell may not be one of those players. Good luck to him at NC State. I, too, like the four guys we have coming in, both for the next season and beyond.
That's the way it is in life. People need someone to blame. It makes them feel better, so long as it's not THEM being blamed.
Which incoming Buckeye basketball player has the biggest impact this season?
Why not when former Buckeye Jim Cleamons had a put-back bucket at the final buzzer in game 5 that helped the Cavaliers capture their first ever playoff series victory, over Baltimore, in 1976? Or the next week when Dick Snyder hit the game-winner to clinch that series? If we're looking back, we should look BACK.
I'm sure you wrote that in your journal.
Maybe it wasn't 1864 after all. Could it have been 1764? I'm having trouble keeping my centuries straight.