If you're in Columbus, get yourself a growler of something local. I personally would recommend Seventh Son Stone Fort Oat Brown Ale or Elevator Heiferweizen.
Here's the menu.
Time for a birthday dance!
while watching the best college football in the country.
I thought they were watching Arkansas?
I mean, it became night into the 3rd-4th. And ended when it was dark. But it was a 3:30 slotted game. From wiki:
the 2006 edition of "The Game" kicked off a 3:44 p.m. EST on November 18, 2006 in front of a crowd of 105,708
THE GAME WILL NOT BE AT NIGHT. Back in my day, WE PLAYED THE GAME OF THE CENTURY AT NIGHT, AND IT WAS AWESOME.
The '06 edition of the Game was a 3:30 kick. And it was awesome. I am le confused.
I know it's the same actress, but I think Cosima is hotter than Sarah who's hotter than Allison. Weird, right?
For those not in the know.
Cosima all the way.
Ugh. The NCAA needs to institute a rule like the NFL that says all playing surfaces must be natural grass color. The Boise blue field and Fresno with that awful red field are eye cancer.
I was hoping someone else would point this out. I'd be so happy if this results in Penn State no longer thinking they are our rival.
RESTORE THE ROAR
Rather than stuff the students into both end zones, I’d put the students in the bottom sections all the way around the Shoe. This should have the effect of spreading the “atmosphere” around the stadium. When loud people are around you, you tend to be loud too. It would likely make the Horseshoe a much louder place. In college football, louder is better.
SO MUCH THIS
I didn't downvote you, but I'd like you to know that this:
I won't call it ethics; there's no ethics in the law
is an incredibly ignorant thing to say. Most lawyers are highly ethical. We self-enforce the ethics code, to the point of reporting the few bad others in the profession who give the vast vast majority of us a bad name. Please don't make blanket statements like that which have no basis in reality. Thanks.
Makes sense. Glad I'm not crazy.
Although it was super distracting to me.
This is the best I can do. Can someone beat my google-fu?
This is all I could think during the entire fight. Was it just me?
With 130 teams in the field, there is still a slim margin for error. It's not like it's the NFL and 38% of the teams make the playoffs. Every game matters, even with a 16 team playoff. I'd go further and give an auto bid to each conference champ, that way there are 11 guarantied and 5 at large. Then each game for your 1st/2nd best program in the power conferences REALLY matter, since UL-Monroe or whomever will be in as the Sun Belt rep, and the power teams have to fight for the Champ/At Large spots in their conference. And the seeding will be based on record as well. If Baylor can skate into the 2 seed by winning the Big XII and play UNLV or something, it'd be much better than being the 6 and having to play Stanford.
Can't see how anyone could downvote a Pulp Fiction reference.