William Stanley Moore (the first one) might have been the coolest dude on the planet in 1920. He's pretty much a boss in that photo. My mugshot would be me looking like I just crapped myself. Him, he's basically saying "yeah, I did it. What the hell is it to you."
Thank god Steens left.
Actually, that one felt worse for me. If memory serves, we had USC the very next week and we all knew we weren't going to win that game without him. Meanwhile, with Beanie we were possibly in a position to make a third consecutive run at the BCS championship game if we could get past USC. I remember thinking Beanie should never have been in the game that late against the likes of YSU so it was a truly pointless injury. Given the nature if Miller's current injury, it sounds like this was bound to happen at some point unfortunately. It doesn't sound as though Miller ever fully rehealed.
If Miller's career is over there may be a bright side to this: he can start planning for life after football right now when he's young and still in college. Take this next year to heal and concentrate on finishing his education. How many guys go off to the NFL having half-assed it through college thinking they wouldn't need an education because they'd be rich enough even after their playing days? And how money times do things actually work out that way? Miller has been one of my most favorite Buckeyes to watch play. He's like Craft in many ways: an exceptional talent in his sport but one whose game doesn't translate well at the next level. Miller could have gone on to surprise many and had a career in the NFL, just as Craft may still in the NBA, but the odds are not in their favor. I'm sure Miller would be better off at least having the opportunity to find out, and maybe he still will, but if not, he'll now have time to think much bigger picture.
Just trying to find a little optimism in a horrible situation. Truth be told, the last twelve hours have felt like one long continuous nut punch. I can't even fathom what he's going through.
Wow, thanks for all the great responses....dicks. If it were Hovenaut or Squirrel or AndyVance or some other 11W royalty, this post would have had 20 replies by now. I'm feeling a bit like Mikey from Swingers when he steps up to the bar to order a drink and the bartender ignores him and he says to himself "I can't even get this guy to notice me." (Tried to find a gif but couldn't).
Well I guess I'll go find my own tacos and maybe jump a fence or sneak through a door to watch practice. If me and my boy end up in jail, you only have yourselves to blame.
Three things: just got back to Columbus last night. Haven't been back home in over a year and half. Looking forward to being with family but also looking forward to having some of this Cbus cuisine you all keep raving about. Last week it was wings. A few weeks back it was tacos. I'm from California so we have no shortage of great tacos, but I want to see what all the hype is about. Someone please give me a taco recommendation (or link me to the previous discussion).
Second, I woke up this morning and found a long, darkish hair growing from my ear which needed trimming. WTF, man! I'm only 40 (ok 41). This shit isn't supposed to happen at this age. If I understood twitter, I'd create some hashtag about being old and gross and sad.
Third, and the most relevant to this site, does the football team have open practices and/or is the Shoe open to visitors? Would love for my son to get a close-up look of the Buckeyes.
Funny, as a fellow Greek, this was my first thought as well. My Big Fat Greek Wedding pretty much pegged us as an ethnicity. If one Greek does something good, all Greeks take credit. And knowing Greeks the way I do, Frank becoming a doctor means much more to his family than him fighting for playing time. Best of luck young man.
When he reunites with his dog in that movie....not tears, just straight bawling. Every time I think of my first dog that we had to put down, I hope that's how it will be when I see him again.
Pretty sure Jonathan Winters played his son on Mork and Mindy. I was just a kid, but if I remember correctly, people from Ork aged backwards or something like that. Loved the show as a kid and wouldn't have known who Winters was without it.
For those that haven't seen it, go watch Death to Smoochy. Of all the great Robin Williams comedic performances, this one was the best in my opinion. Popeye is also grossly underrated.
I don't care what he did or how long he is suspended. I just want to know how you pronounce Csont'e.
Harbaugh will not leave the NFL until he wins a Super Bowl, so the above scenario is highly unlikely unless of course this is the year for the 49ers, which it may well be. That said, no. Just no.
Who the f--- is Tim Beckman?
Sounds like Kyle is a bit of a bitch.
I've read the report and listened to the recording and all I can think is BFD. I get that the University had to act after conducting this investigation. It's an enormous publicly funded institution that is much bigger than any coach or team or band director or whatever. The part I question is whether the University ever really needed to conduct this investigation in the first place. They uncovered exactly what they should have expected: stupid college kids doing stupid college shit, none of which was under the direction of Waters (the underwear ramp thing being the exception and frankly I don't see the big deal, especially since being in your underwear was obviously not mandatory). But in the end, I get that they had to fire him. The University couldn't find out all these things and just let it go. I think the more appropriate course, however, would have been just to tell Waters to clean this shit up and make sure the worst of it stopped from now on. Then they revisit the situation again in a few months and if the nonsense continued, fire and publicly shame him as they've done.
I work in Oakland and live in the east bay. I could really get behind Craft in a Warriors uniform. If he makes the roster, I will run out the same day and buy my The City shirt (which is kind of sweet already).
My favorite Buckeye of all time. I was at the the Dolphins-Colts game when Marino, who happens to be my favorite player of all time, threw the then record-breaking touchdown pass to Byars. That was an awesome sports moment for me. I got to meet Byars several years later in Miami for a retirement ceremony for Marino. Pretty cool.
2nd biggest. Clarrett might be the biggest recruit of any Buckeye era. But yes, Pryor was a huge get.
I just googled "deep south buckeye". Yep, that's not a thing.
Nick the Greek?
Yep, pretty close.
Go back to about a year ago today and you'll find a similar post questioning whether Michigan might actually be really good or might have a better recruiting class or some such thing. Then October comes and we all have a good laugh at ourselves. It's the offseason and we are bored and so our minds start to wander to improbable things. I know that Michigan won't always be bad but the team is still an absolute mess.
The short answer to your question: no.
The more you know.
Well then f-'em. Not sorry Netherlands crushed their spirits in extra time. Cue Nelson laugh.
Don't follow futbol outside of the World Cup. I just assumed I'd root for Mexico because they are a North American team. That and the Netherlands is the stronger team so best to get them out now. Why do we hate Mexico? Is it because they are a regional rival or something else?
I really enjoy watching all the South American countries energetically belt out their national anthems, players and fans alike. The U.S. players barely move their lips if they do anything at all (though I really like putting a hand on the shoulder of the guy in front of you). I guess it's a cultural thing but if I get this excited listening to thousands sing songs which I don't understand, imagine how it would be if we could manage the same response to the Star-Spangled Banner.