Probably because they wanted something that resembled defense.
Chris Webber, the best that money can buy.
We're taking pronunciation advice from a computer engineer now? Oh how the mighty have fallen.
"The problem with defending the purity of the English language is that English is about as pure as a cribhouse whore. We don’t just borrow words; on occasion, English has pursued other languages down alleyways to beat them unconscious and rifle their pockets for new vocabulary."
--James D. Nicoll
I said this a while back. Whenever there is a good play, Bell is the first one there to congratulate the play maker. When there's a bad play, he's the first there to discuss what should have happened.
If they did that though, Cleveland and Cincinnati would want one too.
"PPPPAAAAUUUWWWW!!!!!!! WHY AINT I GETTTING TWITTERED TO?? PPPPPAAAUUUUWWW?"
Pray it survives National Signing Day.
you forgot BBQ
Not that it wasn't good this year, but the linebacking corps has a chance to be crazy good next year.
Wisky plays Alabama this year. I think they play LSU next year.
"I don't know how many yachts he needs to water ski behind" That was both hilarious and also shows that Eisen gets the difference between Ohio State and That Dumpster Fire Up North.
"Wanted to wait til halftime" =wanted to crash 11W's server.
Heather Cox is the sideline reporter? Did they allot an extra 10 minutes for her two extra silly ass questions per interview?
Haha, np, hope I didn't sound too grammar nazi. Btw, I didn't see your misspelling at first, it's misspelled in the pic on twitter also.
I don't like to be "that" guy, but....gauge.
Nevermind, I love being "that" guy.
Bell seems to be developing as an on field leader also. He is usually right there at the end of a play, congratulating the play maker or emphasizing what should have happened.
I guess the nation now knows which conference is the power r̶u̶n̶n̶i̶n̶g̶ conference in the world!