Job well done Mr. Smith.
Why crawl into that muck and slime that is the "Big Hole" in A2?
I find it amusing and telling that Harbaugh was childish enough to think it was bait and bite on it.
Great shout out on Ernie Davis D.J.
I can remember, as a kid, salivating over the thought of Ernie and Jim Brown in the same backfield of my beloved Browns. And then the word broke that Ernie had Lukemia. I was crushed!!
What might have been !!!!!
One of my great memories from childhood is the time my Dad took my brother, myself, and several neighborhood friends to Port Columbus to welcome the team home from the natty. I can remember marvelling at how big those dudes were. Mel Nowell was my hero. I even had the barber cut my hair like his, and tried to imitate him whenever I brought the ball down court.
Somewhere there is a score book that I used to keep score of every game that year. Listening to Jimmy Crum call the games. I still to this day often refer to fouls shots as "Annie Oakleys"
Big props to ET for shouting out the legends. You give respect to get respect. Much respect to you young man.
Maybe one of few, but your not the only. Tarkenton used to make my beloved Browns look silly !
It sure did bring back memories. Good ones.
Someone who can, please throw up a couple up votes for me !
Wasn't Flippo the "King of the Clowns"? Am I remembering that correctly?
My only negative comment relates to the recent change requiring me to click the arrow to see some of the replies to comments.
My dad and I were at that USC game also Michael. If I remember correctly Tod Marinovich was QB'ing that day. I'm proud to say we were 2 of the last few fans to leave our seats that day. Drenching wet. And Dad and I, as we were prone to do, was cussing Cooper for being a freakin' quiter !
The story is a family legend. :-)
My dad and I were at that USC game. If I remember correctly Tod Marinovich was QB'ing that day. I'm proud to say we were 2 of the last few fans to leave our seats that day. And Dad, as was his want, was cussing Cooper for quiting !
That story is a family legend.
Stephen Smith has been an arrogant, loudmouthed, irritating punk from the time he first got on the air. It's as if he thinks that if he blabbers crap loud enough it will cover up the ignorance of takes. The world of sports journalism would be far better off without him.
Can't stand the man.
It's the same one which I left because I got sick of it.
Even more disgusting is the fact that the same people spewing those racist rants also childishly fawn over African-American athletes as long as they run fast, throw long, jump high, hit a jumper, or score touchdowns. But when the game ends........................ lift that barge, tote that bale.
We've come a long way, but unfortunately we are still a long way from a post-racism society.
I've never been prouder to be a Buckeye and a member of this 11W community.
618, I can't add anything to what everyone else has said. But may god bless you. Keep your head up my man, and know members of 11W community care about you, and are pulling for you.
Staff..............well done. Very well done!
Usual Suspects re-set.
Took the words out of my mouth!
Bring back Cie Grant to sing Carmen Ohio !!!!!
So R45, how far into the deep dark recesses of your mind did you have to go to take that swipe at the AD?
You just surrendered the only excuse you had !
Wish I could add something to what everyone else has said, but I can't. I feel like I just got out of X's and O's class 501 and loved every single bit of it. Thank you Professor Jones !!!!
Or maybe it has to do with the fact that it's family weekend at Iowa and his whole family is probably going.
Pot calling kettle ?
I may be mistaken because I now have gaps and spaces in my memory. But I thought on that team Richie Hoyt from Mt. Vernon started and Joe Roberts and Bobby Knight were the first two off of the bench. Richie was a senior I believe, and the next year Joe started. We lost to Cincy in the final I believe.
This is all from memory, and could well be flawed however :-)
Great call !!
I still have my tumbler as does my brother.
When our Dad passed a couple of years ago we found a whole bunch of old TOSU premiums like those.
I remember my Dad taking us to Port Columbus airport to welcome the team back. Somewhere buried in a box is a score book that I used to score to keep score of all of the televised games that year. Most games were called Jimmy Crum. I still remember his call when a Buckeye went to the line to shoot a "Annie Oakley".
Yeah...... I'm pretty old.