Amen! The average college game (especially night games) is 4 hours+. ESPN has to pay those bills!
I was in Indy hoping for a Joey Bosa siting... Jack came to play!
Someone is getting paid to keep it close.. Go Bucks!
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I am not sure who my favorite is... Lloyd Christmas... Roy Munson...Billy Ray Valentine... The choices are endless.
At least suspend him for a game that will actually mean something.. the suspension is a joke. and so is LSU.
What awesome view! Thanks for posting this.
Presale offer, Wed July 27th, at high noon (EDT)
Use this http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/050050D089232873
And code B1G2016 (case sensitive)
Also scored 2 for Nebraska.
And with the price these networks are paying to broadcast these games... WE sure will be paying...I am thinking the local bar will be the best place to watch our buckeyes!
I have young sons, and I have definitely seen a decline in youth football. A sport that never needed "ads" for tryouts, now needs them and teams cannot be filled anymore. I haven't seen it yet at the varsity level, but within the next 5-10 years, there will be a decline in the quality of players as they opt for safer sports.
+1... I ran out of there too...
I was in Champaign in 2002 for the OT win.
Me too. I played against Woodson in high school in a 7-7 summer league.. He was a man amongst boys. OSU got Damon Moore that year from Fostoria.
I struggle with epilepsy similar to coach Kill. You have your good days, you have your bad days... I hope he can enjoy his retirement.
It's for anyone 18 and under. They are easy to upgrade to the full price, you just pay the difference at the ticket office.
I live in Indy, the local radio has said they are expecting a sellout (first time since 2010) and buy your parking in advance from the IU website. Here is the updated info.
If you have time, stop by Nicks, the Upland Brewery, or the Oliver Winery.
Maumee May Brewing Company, Home of Buckeye Beer.
I was a student for those 2 seasons during the mid 1990's and remember the lantern running an ad for open tryouts for all eligible students for the basketball team...
I was there to watch. It was an ugly game.
I live in Indy. If you can find a hotel on the south side off of I-65, its a short drive to the stadium. Search Greenwood Indiana hotels.
I was there too, closed end, student section.. deaf for about 3 days.
Indiana (aka OSU west). Bloomington is a cool place to visit and the stadium has "pass-outs", so you can leave at any point during the game and return to your seat (preferably to get beer they don't sell inside). They always take their stadium photo for the media guide when OSU visits as that is when there is the most "red" in the stadium.