Sounds like my mom. Whenever I got hurt and called her from the hospital she would say "What did you do now?"
What a great gesture from both staffs. Prayers for Chad and his family. May the fight continue to cure the insidious disease of cancer.
I wish somebody would tell me that I need to gain weight.
I can. From what I remember is we sang "Roll me down you BG Warriors." Now it's roll along. Maybe it was roll along when I was there. Just don't remember. Been 30 plus years.
That's the one bad thing of our glorious university. Too many of those fans.
I was lucky to get home from the bars. One night I thought it would be a good idea to sleep beside the railroad track. Then I decided against that idea.
All of them I was an equal opportunity pizza eater. Mr. Spots wasn't around in my day.
Isn't TTUN on our schedule?
Even my relatives in Texas who are Longhorn fans post derogatory remarks about Bert on Facebook.
It pains me as a BG grad to cheer for UT. Darn you Bert.
You'll rue the day you mess with me Trebek.
Thank you for your kind words.
Just retired from teaching so I'm good.
Now it's back on ESPNU.
It's now on ESPN NEWS instead of ESPNU because of tennis going over.
It's so bad that I am now watching the Reds. Next up Diggers.
Absolutely Navy. No contest.
5'10" 185lbs. Played jv and varsity at a small high school in Florida late 60's early 70's. Played on both sides of the line. I came off the bench due to the fact that I was on a talented team. We were state runner up my senior year. I looked into playing at Ohio Wesleyan but decided against it. I worked for awhile and got my associates degree from a community college in Florida. Moved back to Ohio and went to BG in the late 80's to complete my undergraduate degree in education. While there I took a football coaching class. I was pretty good at long snapping and was asked by one of the coaches if I was interested in playing some college ball. By that time I was out of shape and I thought a little too old.
Ross Homan's brother Adam played at OSU as well.
The football came from the New England Patriots.
Where I took my first breath. I saw the McCoys when they were known as The Rick Z Combo at the grand opening of Smith's A&W in Union City,OH. I lived about a half block from the Indiana side. I used to tell people that I could hit a baseball from my yard in Ohio all the way to Indiana. Was in Bejiing a few years ago and saw a Rick Derringer guitar at the Hard Rock hanging on the wall.
Halfway across the world and there was something from my hometown.
The bird squawking in the background during the second video made more sense than Mark May did.
My AARP approved Consumer Cellular flip phone works fine.