When I was at OSU in the mid-90s, David Fong was an editor for the Lantern: http://thelantern.com/author/david-fong/
I assume he did it now so they could participate in the senior day activities. If he has "the talk" with them after the season, they'd miss out on one of the biggest moments of their careers.
As someone who went to OSU from '93-'97, I fully agree with this. Those 3 games were miserable.
Did he say Miller would be a starter at QB or simply a starter (implying a potential position change)? I don't remember the exact quote.
C'mon man, it's not rocket surgery.
I don't know why, but that pic kills me every time. Actually, I do know why. It's hilarious.
For a cheaper bourbon, Weller's extremely hard to find most of the year, especially in Ohio. Not sure if you'd have better luck at Party Source in northern KY, but it might be worth a call.
You sure the littlest guy in the Beckman photo isn't Nick Saban?
Well said. I've been in Cleveland for four years and it's great to see the conversations about this town shift from mockery and jokes to revitalization and civic pride. LeBron is just one more positive thing that Cleveland and the NE Ohio region has going for it now, and he'll just add (or already has added) to its national reputation as a city on the mend. It still has a long, long way to go, but it's made significant strides in the last decade.
No way that Delorean gets to 88 mph with Pace in there. Well, unless Tatum hit it from behind.
I don't post much, but I have to say that I feel this poll is in poor taste. Let's be excited that we got two talented, special student athletes instead of guessing who will be better before they even suit up. How would you feel if you were the one who was ranked "worse" than the other, 24 hours after your big announcement (and probably still super excited about it)?
Love everything about 11W, just not today's poll. Go Bucks!
And the first 3-time winner of the Childress Award, Taurian Washington.
Ramzy, do you enjoy writing these as much we enjoy reading them?
Cleveland has a bunch of them, particularly on many of the major east side streets that connect to downtown (Carnegie, Chester, Woodland, etc.). Along with the red light cameras are the speed cameras that aren't at intersections. It's awesome watching for the cameras and trying not to blow your tire on a monster pothole at the same time.
But the worst is East Cleveland. There's a sign as you cross into the city limits stating, "Cameras are EVERYWHERE." And it's not lying.
+1. Nobody questions diarrhea because nobody wants details. It's the ultimate excuse.
Why would Forde do that? He obviously has no interest in being a journalist!
I was in 24C too, and while nobody bitched at me for standing the entire game, I did notice way too many people filing for the exits with way too much time left to take the win for granted. It was very disappointing. Maybe I lack the confidence they have in the team where they can leave that early and not think they miss anything, but I was nervous until that last pass fell to the ground. Besides that, the atmosphere was pretty killer throughout.
It must be a huge boat. I'm on it too, and I suspect there are many others.
It's a shame Tatum isn't in the NFL HOF.
Fred Pagac, is that you?
You just know Bert is an expert at penguin walking.
Pretty sure Osborn designed the renovations at Ohio Stadium too.
+1 for Frida Batidos's chorizo batida (burger). Mmmmm. The loaded plantains are also well worth eating.
We were up earlier this year and had a quality meal at Grange. A little on the pricey side, but it was damn good. And, as already mentioned, the Jolly Pumpkin is pretty cool.
Funny...I spent 13 years there and now live in Cleveland Heights. Loved every minute of it.
Eater is a great resource for finding good restaurants and bars. Yelp is pretty good too.
Also, the Hopleaf is something all beer fans should experience.
Spurs had their chance and blew it. I hope I eat crow tomorrow, but I feel like Miami will blow them out tonight.