his hair makes him look like a dave chappelle character
News overload today. First Bosa, then Cardale's funny tweet and now Braxton.
Will somebody stop the damn match!!!
hard to run when you're weighted down by all those trophies and rings and still hungover from the champagne
looks like brax is wearing an ou bobcats hat. thats where hes transferring. So long farewell
against Michigan in 2000. John Cooper's last game at The Horseshoe. I was 12 and wearing a huge cast after breaking my wrist at a Vans skatepark. I bought my first OSU hat at the Schott that day on the walk from our parking spot in the west campus lot. The stadium renovation was half complete. The old pressbox was still there and only the east end of C-Deck was expanded. Freezing cold day, especially since I was coming up from DC and was not used to that kind of chill in November. I was kept warm by my grandpa's long john's and an Ohio State scarf that my grandmother let me wear. We sat in section 12c and the wind was howling.
The Bucks stormed out to an early lead before falling behind on a big screen pass to Anthony Thomas and a bomb from Drew Henson. Bellisari had some bad turnovers, and I remember the home crowd could always sense when he was about to throw an interception. Michigan bolted ahead to a huge lead before the Bucks cut the game to one possession in the fourth quarter. There were two 4th and 1 possessions for the Bucks; on the opening drive and on their second to last possession while the game was still in reach. They gave it to Jonathan Wells the first time and he pounded into the endzone. They ran the exact same play on the other fourth down and Larry Foote stuffed Wells and sealed the game for the Wolverines.
OSU entered that game 8-2 with an outside chance of winning the B1G. But everybody who walked out of the stadium that day knew that Cooper was finished.
I had always been a big OSU fan on account that my dad was an Alum and that his whole family was from Ohio. And even though they lost that day I knew, right then and there, that this was the place where I wanted to go after high school.
I was at that game as well.
Most amusing story I have from that day: I was with my dad in C-Deck above one of the entrances. When OSU had sealed the outcome, a then-Fox News anchor by the name of John Kasich strolled through the tunnel with his wife on their way out of the stadium. My dad, who is a big political buff, shouted at him "Hey John, you ever think about running for Governor here?" Kasich smiled and said "That would be nice but I don't think anybody would vote for me." Funny how things turned out
Drew Magary always does solid work with these. He always begins each summer's wyts with teams from the afc/nfc south, mostly because fans of those teams are more scarce and their email responses are lackluster compared to the fans of more established franchises. Browns, Bills, Packers, Eagles and Redskins fans produce comedic gold with their email submissions. Tampa/jaguars/panthers fans, etc...not so much
....what happened to the nursing student Cardale was seeing, who happens to be the mother of his child?
Thats bad. Like, yoko ono-level bad
They need to make the other 40,000 remaining seats available. Some of us didnt think the event would sell out and didnt get tickets in time
Not surprising. We're a society, especially those of us under the age of 30, of people on pharmaceutical drugs like ritalin, adderall and prozac. We have the attention spans of goldfish and have trouble staying focused on anything for more than a few minutes at a time. When other people talk we fiddle with our smartphones and interrupt them before they complete a sentence. This effect, of people leaving stadiums early or being disengaged, is collateral damage
forgive me, but I didn't catch his "choice words." What did he say?
If the Cavs suck then why did it take six games to defeat a seven man rotation playing with only 3/5 of their starting lineup?
Really hope the best for him. Hope he gets a degree and has a nice career in the NFL.
With that said, I can't help but question somebody who leaves a national champion to be among teammates who don't even stick up for their QB after he gets blindsided in street clothes. Meyer's program isn't for everyone, but I hope he can find a place where he can get the attention of NFL scouts
sorry for your loss. thanks for taking care of Sloopy
Le Batard, is that you?
Whenever someone uses the term "Urban Liar" I deeply root for an anvil to come crashing down on them from the sky
Irving and Love are also sons of professional players. I'm a huge Cavs fan but this sounds like one of those awful Bill Simmons fake psychologist diatribes
I'm not sure this Cavs team will be able to upset GS after the devastating loss of Irving. What I am fairly certain about, however, is that if, and when, a Cleveland team finally does win a title, it will happen when we least expect it. The first Cleveland team to win a title will not roll through their sports' respective playoffs like a juggernaut. Like the Red Sox of 04, the Pats of 01, Buckeyes of 02 and 14, there will come a time during the postseason when all hope will seem lost, whether it be a major injury or a seemingly insurmountable deficit. I have no doubt that whosoever breaks the curse will do so in the face of tremendous adversity
Why in god's name would anybody pay actual dollars to watch such a mind-numbingly awful piece of complete shit like San Andreas? Your time would be better spent playing the GTA San Andreas game instead
When I moved to Ohio from the DC area several years ago one of the things that I noticed was how big the people are here. Not necessarily fatter, just larger. Definitely taller and certainly a lot more burly people than i was accustomed to seeing. It s easy to see why so many great athletes come from Ohio
Regardless, Like the OP said, bmi is a poor method of measurement
I dont understand anything about that tweet. Is Purdue trying to say that they willl get shot to death when they reach the apex of their existence?
No wonder Neil Armstrong was compelled to leave the planet after attending Purdue. I went to see osu play there in 2013 and, holy hell, that place is lame