I was just a skinny lad
I am betting that having a four years in his system, senior quarterback with something to prove running the read option with the other options being EzE and the wide receivers/ H-backs currently on the team is making Coach Meyer giggle uncontrollably every once in a while. And make a bunch of defensive coordinators across the country wake up screaming sometimes.
I am still pretty sure it's TTUN, although having a family of ND fans I would say ND is a close second.
Pose this question to TTUN fans. "Two B1G teams aren't sure who their quarterback will be this year, Ohio State and UM. Which team will come out ahead at that position?" I am thinking 50% would say TTUN. That's delusional.
I can get on board with that.
I think maybe I should move to New York, it seems like it is just chock full of attractive women. Even the ones that they made out to be unattractive or plain for a story line were sometimes pretty hot. Hell they cast Morena Baccarin as a crazy chick. I'll take that kind of crazy.
Actually it was planned from the beginning to end that way. The final scene with him talking to his kids, along with all the scenes involving the kids, were filmed at the beginning of the series so the kids would be the same age throughout.
I always compare it to The Sopranos. Where the Sopranos showed that even pretty nasty people have a regular person side, Breaking Bad showed how normal people can have their evil side.
********WARNING SPOILERS********I really liked HIMYM, but the end was terrible. Killing off the mother character was bad enough, especially since they had spent all the time explaining how they got to that point. But considering they spent more than two seasons on the "even the cynical, womanizing player can find love" story,just to have them divorce, the rest was just horrible too. And Ted had spent the last two seasons convincing himself, and to a lesser extent Robin, that they weren't meant to be.
Ted was pretty much a douche, but a lovable douche. Knowing that all his douchiness was eventually going to lead to him finding the love of his life made it bearable. Finding out he was eventually just going to hook up with the woman he had been irrationally obsessing over for a good chunk of his adult life just made the rest seem meaningless.
I think most people, myself included, think it started off pretty slow. The first two episodes, while having some very exciting scenes, were kind of dry at parts also.
I'm thinking two sides of the same sucky coin.
(Also: The Browns can't lose!)
If there is any team in America that can lose a team scrimmage, it would be the Browns.
Actually, go back and watch the game again. I would say we were way behind in the questionable hits department. It seemed like quite a few times when one of our ball carriers went to the ground, there was a trailing defender who would fall on top of him. I am by no means suggesting some massive conspiracy, but I know I spent some time yelling at the tv over it. Still surprised that Bob Newhart didn't hear me. The one I am thinking about the most was a Michael Thomas reception in the third quarter, where I think he had to go out for a bit because he was injured.
I voted yes but really how can you tell at this point? A ton of variables between now and next April. Hell a steadily improving Buckeye secondary could actually be detrimental to his draft stock, with him not standing out as much in the whole unit.
Anyone have a video of Collins with Bosa at the CFB awards show? Collins says something about the upcoming(at that time) Sugar Bowl, and Bosa just does this eye roll towards him like "dafuq you just say?" Can't find it online anywhere. HIs comment about being surprised OSU made it in made every time he got rocked in the Sugar Bowl even more satisfying.
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.