The PAD pizza was open til like 2AM on the weekends 4-5 years ago...Delivered for free too..told you not to tip but usually gave the dude a couple bucks..2 swipes for a Large 2 topping. That was my Freshman 15 right there. Only downside was the average delivery time was 90 minutes. One time it took 2 and a half hours.
This article lost all credibility when I saw they had a trio from Western Kentucky at #9. Especially when it's ahead of Florida State (Golson, Cook, Rudolph) and Miss St (Prescott, Shumpert, Wilson). Not amazed by those two teams, but come on Western Kentucky?
Neon Moon is stuck in my head now
Imagine that scoring ability next to Russell this past year...
Going with Darron Lee.
His versatility allowed the defense to change schemes. When one of your best open field tacklers can also lock down RB's/TE's in coverage, it opens up the playbook. Not even mentioning his pass rushing ability, that speaks for itself.
1. Dumb and Dumber
"So you're telling me there's a chance!"
"That John Denver's full of S***"
"Hey Guys, Big Gulps huh? Welp See ya later!"
2. Talladega Nights
"I wake up in the morning and I piss excellence"
"Shake and Bake"
"If you aint first your last"
Still makes me laugh that Oregon fans/players were pissed about that so called "Dirty" Bosa sack. Nothing dirty about it.
"I'm playing football" ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Beat me by 6 minutes. Was just about to suggest Dakich.
I love some of the stuff the guy says and absolutely hate some of the stuff the guy says. That makes a good show.
Although we all know Dakich loves to beat a dead horse about every single thing he says...could be an issue. He also does a radio show in Indy currently.
Regardless of his stats/production he will probably, unfairly, always have "Too Small" written next to his name.
If he stays until he is a Senior then Mick's program might be able to shed some of the doubters.
I really didn't want to list him but with all the 2016 draft hype he's getting I figured I would toss his name on there.
Although if PSU beats who they should/lose to who they should, then they will probably be 9-1 heading into a home matchup with the Wolverines followed by Sparty on the road (OOC schedule is poop). He would then get the "Hey your team is in the top 10, someone has to be a Heisman contender" treatment.
The team that has the number 1 pick usually has an awful QB, hence why only twice a defensive player has been selected #1 in the past 20 years.
If Tampa or Tennessee have the worst record again then it's a possibility a position other than QB is taken because "We're waiting on them to develop." Other than them though, is there any other team that could be bad enough to get the number 1 pick and not be looking for a QB?
I understand the QB class for next year is projected to be weak, but someone always "comes out of nowhere" to be a first round pick.
If we're talking currently...I would say this...
The role of University President is so different at every school.
We all know that Gee's primary focus was fundraising during his latest term and he did an amazing job at that to say the least. Since a lot of university donors have some athletic connection, or at least want some of their proceeds to go to the athletic department, having some type of athletic background is definitely beneficial at a place like Ohio State. However, he's also the same guy who called a tie "One of our greatest wins ever" and had countless foot in mouth moments when attempting to insert humor into athletic conversation.
At Ohio State, I want a president that understands the football culture, but is mostly hands off and allows our 2nd highest paid coach and top 10 paid athletic director to do their jobs.
Yeah heard the guys had trash bags stuffed in their pockets. Once they opened the doors they grabbed a whole rack of jerseys and left with them in trash bags. Apparently one guy's bill was 6,000. 100 Bucks a piece... you do the math. If the dealers can even sell half of them for 300 bucks that's a 3,000 dollar profit.
How much common sense does it take to only allow 2 of an item?
Thad wasn't the only one who had the guys he recruited rated higher than the Ohio guys we missed on
Here's what each player was rated by Rivals/ESPN coming out of high school. (Class of 2011-Pres that have played)
Amir: 4/5 Star
Scott: 4 Star
Thompson: 4 Star
Ross: 4 Star
Della Valle: 3 Star
Loving: 4 Star (Ohio)
Kam: 4 Star
Bates-Diop: 4/5 Star
Russell: 5 Star
Tate: 4/5 Star (Ohio)
David Bell: 3 Star (Ohio)
Ohio guys (Who have played) we missed on that could have started at OSU:
2011-Burke: 3/4 Star
2011-Trice: 3 Star
2011-Jackson: 2/3 Star
2012-Rozier: 4/5 Star
2012-Levert: 2/3 Star
2013-Hayes: 3/4 Star
I'm sure there are some I have forgotten but those are the ones off of the the top of my head. Thad wasn't the only one that didn't rank them highly. There are tons of 3 stars that come out of the state every year that would have never sniffed the court for OSU. Rozier is an understandable gripe.
Stephen Collier. Lots and lots of snaps
My first concert was when I was 5 years old...and it was the Spice Girls with my dad and sister.
I assume you're counting Jabrill Peppers as a safety?
I thought this was the most sarcastic thread ever for about 2 minutes before I saw 2014....
I know we only won by 6, but yesterday was one of the best wins of the season in my opinion.
Russell was his usual self. Scott played one of his best games of his career, imo. Thompson actually knew his role for once. Loving looked confident finally. Other than the one play where Amir just didn't give any effort and got blown by for a layup, he actually played a solid game as well.