FYI, I heard Brady Quinn call a game on Fox Sports over the weekend. He's out of the NFL now and is a TV announcer.
The blackness of night fills my soul.
He got us Holmes and Dixon? Pfft, that's so two days ago. What has he done for 2015?
Congrats to a guy who doesn't receive as much recognition as he probably deserves.
BOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!— Mark Pantoni (@markpantoni) February 5, 2014
Update from Detroit paper...
“Something happened, I don’t want to put it out there what it was,” she said of her son’s recent official visit, “but I had a bad experience at MSU.”
Asked to elaborate, she said: “It was something on my end, I don’t want to get into specifics.”
Crowe said she and Malik’s father, Greg McDowell, also fear “too much social life” at MSU.
“I want him to get a good education,” Crowe said. “Not that he can’t get a good education at MSU. But he also wants to be a first-round pick after college. Nothing is guaranteed, but I don’t think their defensive line coach has the background for that.”
So nice of the University of Michigan to shut the Michigan Daily out of the Hoke presser -- after the Daily broke the Gibbons story.— Tony Paul (@TonyPaul1984) February 3, 2014
Ohio State beat Russell Wilson when he was at Wisconsin, therefore OSU won the Super Bowl today.
Your Spanish teacher was hot? What was his name?
I kid, I kid.
+1 for "the great pyramids" part of your comment. I love it. Teotihuacan ain't Giza, but the pyramids are still great!
Here's what I don't understand. 7 SEC schools claim 17 national championships. But many of the entities bestowing national championships didn't exist in the years in which the schools claim them (i.e. Sagarin, Billinglsey, etc.). Were they awarded retroactively?
1925: Football Annual, Billingsley and Helms
1930: Davis Poll
1934: Dunkel, Williamson and Football Thesaurus
1964: FWAA and Helms
1942: Houlgate, Sagarin, Litkenhous
Ole Miss (3)
1959: Berryman, Dunkel and Sagarin
1938: 17 national selectors including Billingsley, Litkenhous, Sagarin
1940: Dunkel and Williamson
1950: 13 selectors including NCF, Billingsley and Dunkel
Texas A&M (2)
1919: Billingsley and National Championship Foundation
Here's a report on students formally welcoming Dr. Drake...
Ohio State President Michael Drake To Retire July 1— The Fake Lantern (@TheFakeLantern) January 30, 2014
Best definition ever of preferred walk on: Player's mom said "It means Ohio State prefers we pay his tuition."— Jim Naveau (@Lima_Naveau) January 31, 2014
Me too. He had a game-winning buzzer beater tonight, too.
To recap this season...
I feel for you, Ethos. Wear a mask!
I agree with Bucktoast on this one. I've been to Mexico City many, many times and its air pollution isn't as bad as what I've experienced in Tokyo or even Seoul when the "yellow dust" from China blows over. And nothing in the world is as bad as air pollution in many Indian and Chinese cities, where you can't even see across the street.
Anyone ever been to Harbin, China (the hugest, most polluted city you've never heard of)?
And Buck is spot on about violence being confined mostly in the north and select coastal areas. As long as you don't go to Mexico City wearing designer clothing/jewelry you'll have no problem.
Mexico has some decent semi-pro American football teams, particularly in Monterrey. We also used to play Mexican high school football teams when I was in high school in Texas.
Mexico also has a national team for American football that competes in International Federation of American Football (IFAF) competitions like the IFAF World Cup. They finished second in two IFAF World cups and fourth in another.
Speaking of the IFAF World Cup, one of the QBs for the US national team at the 2011 IFAF World Cup is now part of Buckeye Nation.
The way he got caught was kind of moronic.
Lol i just stole so much beer and cigarettes from the 711 off Mayfield St. Any other teens like me want to snort blunts and commit crimes?— Not A Cop (@NoPoliceman) January 22, 2014