This was my pick as well. While USC probably won't be as good as Ohio State, or any of the teams like TOSU, I believe it is time for USC to start taking control of the PAC12 away from Oregon. However, they do face some issues and I think Oregon or UCLA will win the PAC12 this year. But a dark horse pick? USC.
I might be in the minority, but I like these. Much better than adidas, but the look good too.
To Russell: Thank you and Good Luck! I was really hoping you would stay, and I had convinced myself you were coming back due to the length of time you took pondering your decision. But, good luck, and win the NBA finals.
I have seen something similar... but guess what, he picked Ohio State! http://espn.go.com/college-sports/football/recruiting/player/_/id/97125/braxton-miller
He will be in The Ohio State University next year. Guaranteed.
Not sure about the planet, but maybe he is from a galaxy far, far away?
I like where your going with Urban for president, but I like Cardale Jones and Tyvis Powell for president.
Some of it is. On my visit last July, we got to go to a store inside, and we got a glimpse of the court. However, most of it was blocked off, and you cannot go into the seating or near the court. For reference, this view of the court was from the top left corner (if looking at if from TV broadcast view).
Also, I do not believe the Shoe is open unless an event is going on. I walked all the way around and did not find an open entrance. Granted, this was when they were installing the permanent lights.
Am I the only one who opens up 11W on a given day and sees an article title and picture and just automatically know it's Ramzy's without opening it?
No, you are not.
However, the writers here are so good that sometimes I think Ramzy is the author but is not. I can usually tell by the headline though.
Thank you, that helped. +1 for you.
wasn't Wisconsin a 5 point underdog
They were a 1 point favorite.
To answer the above question: yes. I applied in November and was deferred. I raised my ACT in December from 27 to 30, and I was accepted. Now, in August, I will start college on the campus of The Ohio State University in Columbus.
However, you bring up an interesting point as to how admissions are handled. Even with my good academic rating, I needed a second chance to get in, and one of my friends who has a better GPA but lower ACT score could not. So I am not sure how admissions are handled (I know they give you a vague statement, but I am talking specifics), but I am just happy to be attending THE.
I hope Ohio State makes the right hire, but that halftime show did not look promising. Good luck Dr. Spurlin, but I would rather have a former TBDBITL member/director take the post. Here is to hoping the right hire is made, whether it is Dr. Spurlin or someone else.
The Ohio State school of music has stated that they are not planning any changes to marching and instrumentation. So good call.
I completely agree, but it won't happen. I hoped that when I tried out, I would be trying out while Waters was director. I was ~1 year too late (I will be trying out this August). +1 for you though.
I think we could include the marching band. I know NCAA does not consider it a sport but they call themselves The Best Damn Band In The Land, and:
Southern University’s “Human Jukebox” marching band as the second best collegiate marching band in the country, topped only by Ohio State University.
Thanks, did not know that would be DV'd. +1 for you kind sir!
So this is what a down year for the B1G is? I like it.
Stieber is winning (the closest) 50% to 22%.
Please, do not let Duke or Notre Dame to win the NCAA Tournament. That's all I ask.
I would rather have these two win than Kentucky.
The 7 seeds (and sometimes 8 seeds) tend to pull off at least one major upset. Maybe (but not likely) this will be the Buckeyes.
I think it would depend on four players: Amir, Kam, Lee, Loving. They need to step up, stay out of foul trouble, and score. If they don't, the sweet 16 is the limit.
Same here. I try not to even give out a down vote. I do not even remember who my last (and 32) down vote was. But, I will not upvote some people.
I know Tate was not the subject here, but Tate can be very successful in the NBA. He has the heart to play with anyone.
I also agree that KBD needs to develop his around the basket offensive game. When he does that, he can be considered an NBA prospect.
Remy and Hov. But it depends on whether I am logged in or not. I usually do not log in every time I am on the site.