I think the death penalty is the only fair punishment. Reduced scholarships and post-season bans only hurt the current student-athletes. If they do impose a harsh scholarship or ban punishment, I hope the current classes are offered a transfer exemption. There should be blood, but not blood of the innocent.
But if you got to choose one to steal, which one would it be?
Cardale is likely a one year rental and off to the NFL.
Braxton has one year of eligibility, assume 100% health.
JT would play two years for you.
How about a trip to West Virginia for a little whitewater rafting and such. Most of the companies have enough activities for 3-4 days, and you could use the rest of the time for seeing other local attractions. It's beautiful down there as long as you can see past the cars on blocks and trailers in yards.
It appears Johnathan Newsome doesn't feel any attachment to OSU after transferring.
I also like Darrell Hazell. I used to think he was a good coach getting bad breaks, but I'm not as sure anymore. Either way, I'd like to see Purdue turn it around. Especially since they're not in the East division. We don't need any more powers on our side of the conference.
I'm with you there. 3 straight days sitting on a life vest and drinking beer. You don't realize how drunk you are until you get back on the boat.
I also honeymooned in Punta Cana, but I stayed at Breathless. It was amazing, but it's not something I plan to do again real soon. I love the Florida Gulf Coast. That's probably my favorite getaway.
For smaller (more affordable) trips, I like white water rafting in WV and house boats on Lake Norris in Tennessee.
I was mainly talking about camping in the state forest. Not at a campground.
If you do that area, I recommend Mohican Reservation. Their campsites aren't secluded, but electricity and water are available, as are showers. Most importantly, their canoe trips take you up river so that you finish at the campground.
Just don't camp and drink beer on state land. I hear that's frowned upon.
I thought the same thing. That leads me to (incorrectly) infer there might be something medically we don't know.
After the game in Dallas, I saw Herbie and his kids on set while they were waiting for the press conferences. All of his kids were dressed in Buckeye gear. Herbie couldn't stop smiling. That's all I've ever need to be convinced.
Did anyone else buy a pair of pants? I clicked to buy and it says I bought them, but never got any confirmation.
Let sleeping dogs lie. You dug up a two year old post. Why bother?
Let's go with WHACoff Contest. That way anybody mentioning it feels awkward and decides not to mention it.
I love that so many generations of Buckeye fans have worshiped in the same football sanctuary. They say "The People, The Tradition, The Excellence" for a reason. The Shoe is bigger than the administration.
A co-worker once reported his car stolen because he forgot where he parked it.
Don't threaten me with a good time. I'm liable to take you up on it.
In the future, call the city and tell them your water line is leaking. They'll have to dig up the affected area and thoroughly rotate the glass well below surface.
Mortal Kombat for Sega is amazing. I've been trying to buy a copy, but refuse to pay $50. Also looking for Tecmo Super Bowl III if anyone is selling.
I shouldn't have to explain this. It was only a towel because he didn't have a rock. It's not what's thrown, it's that it's thrown.
All true, but that doesn't make an excuse for throwing things at him.
Say what you want about Gibson, but the fans throwing things at him are classless.
I'd swap out Dials for a shooter and play Turner at the 3. I'd probably go with Diebler, but I couldn't blame someone for picking Lighty or Buford.
Alex Rodriguez and Barry Bonds
Honorable Mention: Roger Clemens