I think this means we get to kick off from the 50 yard line after VaTech drawls the 15 yard penalty for hitting Braxton in the end zone.
That's a great plan
Just got the local and drove myself home afterwards. The whole process was no longer than a hair cut and you just kick back a couple days and your back in business. I had it done on a Friday afternoon during football season and, lots get it done the first weekend of the NCAA tourney.
Yes and in Oregon's previous NC game, the game was won by Auburn with a field goal on the last play of the game. Oregon clearly played against a team with an elite offence and defense and hung in there till the drive.
Grew-up in Kettering. BW3s in the Town & Country shopping center is a good place to watch a Bowl game (I'm only back in the Dayton area around Christmas time) and I imagine it would be pretty good for a college football Saturday.
Also second the vote for Frickers.
What's the address DJ? I'm going to join you in that crack house heist!
Halfdome is definitely doable in a day if you hike at a solid clip and sounds like you do. However Yosemite Valley is better in the Spring & Fall (not as hot and not quite as hard to get accomodations in the park). The Tuolumne Meadows portion of Yosemite is nice during the summer months, starting at 6K it's cooler and the campground might actually have an opening. It adds an extra hour to the drive, I probably wouldn't do it unless I had at least two days to devote to Yosemite and with just 4 days in CA it might be better saved for another trip.
I agree. Aside from the sea lions there is nothing about it that has any of the San Francisco character. Blink your eyes and you may as well be in any other tourist heavy area...reminded me of Niagra Falls tourist areas.
I am rooting for Cardale to start because I think he gives us the best chance against elite competition.
However, my vote is for JT. I think he will start against VT.
Quick question - who pays the travel & lodging for these recruits to camp at 'The Opening' or other camp events? Do they & their families foot the bill?
Sorry JCAM your post is both rational and factually accurate. Tried to downvote you for that, but slipped and upvoted.
Not true, the NCAA has ethics an integrity clauses.
I live in the Bay Area and the talk after the game was about the bad calls that went against the Warriors. Having watched the game there were some bad calls in both directions.
Whether you care about soccer or not I disagree with your statement about the US should not interject itself in this. Violations of US law were committed on US soil. The alleged criminals should be put through the prosecution process.
Perhaps Braxton hasn't 'ended the speculation' because he's only ~90% sure he'll be back. If he's just leaning or even very strongly leaning to coming back he's better off not saying anything.
That's a neat tidbit. Wouldn't mind adding that feather to our cap even if it's not remotely comparable to the end of season prize.
Deflategate has been going on for years and the Patriots got a huge advantage due to it. Over the past 5 years the Patriots have had the lowest fumble rate in the NFL or as the author puts it "the Patriots fumble rate has been absurdly small". The link between carrying a deflated ball and fumbling less does not appear to be coincidental.
Hyde might be a 1100 yard back this season, but Hill is already an 1100+ yard back. Not only did Hill have 3x the production of Hyde, but he had 1.1 more yards per carry.
I do think Hyde could get to 1100 yards, but Hill will likely exceed that this coming year. Last year he didn't become the lead back until Benard's injury midway through the year.
Missouri lost to Indiana just like we lost to Va Tech. Doesn't mean we are a below average ACC team.
Mizzu kicked Minny's a$$ in the bowl game and the year before they beat an Ok State team that went into the game at 11-2.
Adding Rutgers & Maryland make Ohio State field a better football team. We are now consistently recruiting well in New Jersey/ Maryland and the Atlantic Coast. Missouri was not an option. It was either Missouri or Nebraska several years ago and the B10 made the wrong choice. Once Missouri joined the SEC they were no longer interested in a B10 offer.
West Virginia would add nothing to Ohio State's recruiting footprint. There are fewer high quality recruits there and we already have access to them given that it's a neighboring state.
You can bet you a$$ Urban is happier having Rutgers & Maryland in the conference and it has nothing to do with their history or football respectability. For B10 schools it has to do with TV$s, but for Ohio State football it is all about the recruiting footprint. As the Eastern most schools in the B10 pre-expansion, OSU & PSU will benefit the most from the addition of Rutgers & Maryland.
Turns out the Bengals made the right decision going with Hill over Hyde. Can't blame them for having better judgement than most including me.
Carbon freeze yourself until football season. No sense in aging while there are no Buckeye games.
Knight was a mixed bag. The shot above shows he failed to live up to the standards of behavior he expected out of his players. You can't be a diciplinarian toward your players but then be a discipline problem to your university.
There were good things about Knight too. You can bet your a$$ his players attended class and they learned great fundamentals.
Let's get some more upvotes for this gem of a comment and a few tissues for those imaginary heart surgeons.
I climbed the Left Buttress of Middle Cathedral peak in Yosemite. The climb ascends about 1100 feet and took all day for my climbing party to climb up and hike back down (i.e. climb up the face, hike down in the path to the side). The climbing was a blast and the views of El Capitan across the Yosemite Valley meadow were spectacular.