Hell, you could make a good case for James Laurinaitis over him too. Just goes to show how good Ohio State linebackers have been. LBU! I also think Nick Mangold could be considered a snub as well, or any of the great WRs we've had: Carter, Glenn, Galloway, Boston, Jenkins, etc.
Going to 4 on 4 after 3 OTs, and then maybe 3 on 3 after 5 OTs would make the most sense. Shootouts are not the answer. It would be like having a free throw or 3point contest after a basketball game if it went to 7+ OTs. Does not make sense.
I'm surprised by the percent of people that think we'll lose to Nebrasketball again. I voted 3rd round, with a tough matchup with TTUN.
He is jacked. 197 is probably much closer to his natural weight than 174 was. Also, no one is taking down David Taylor this year at 174.
Looks like Stieber has a great shot to be a 3X NCAA champion. Heflin will need to wrestle really well, but I think he has a good shot to take his first NCAA championship.
Eddie George's is very solid; basically "higher end" bar food. Blue Danube is good. Obviously Buckeye Donuts is a great place to get both a gyro and a donut (or five). Tommy's has good pizza, probably the best on campus, and they have plenty of seating. I haven't been back to ole Columbus town for about a year; so I don't know if there is anything new or if Cazuela's has been fixed up after the fire.
Hand timed the video. Definitely no worse than 4.45. He is an athletic freak.
This is what happens when you mess with Ohio State.
Space Jam was shown at a local theater last night. Brought back good memories. Top ten movie of the 90s.
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I think I tried to make sure I got each question right instead of just going quickly. Got a 19 in 19 questions. Same score as Michael Oher.
I took it again (cheating a little bit since some of the questions are the same). But I got a 36 the second time. Better than Aaron Rogers with a 35. I'm probably more in the low to mid-20s range.
It was definitely one of the worst injuries I've seen in person. It joins the horrific injury to Louisville's Kevin Ware from last March and Anderson Silva splitting his shin in the UFC.
I hope he gets better.
Can someone answer me the following; why does Della Valle get more playing time than Marc Loving? It doesn't make sense to me. They both can't shoot from deep, but at least Loving is more athletic and a better scorer within the arc as well as much better from the line.
Bill Murray is a huge class act. Gave a shout out to Harold Ramis at the Oscars when he presented for cinematography.
Some of the best movies ever were written, starred, and made by Harold Ramis.
To NC_Buckeye: Like you said, in that case nothing to prevent a booster from paying $10,000 for something to a recruit if they come to this school.
You forgot one James Tressel. He would still be coaching our Buckeyes if not for the stupidity of tat-gate.
I think we all could use a drink after losing to PSU.
I've only had the foot long hot dogs at The Blue Danube. I think I like the Reuben Dog the best.
Just curious what you mean by "typical media coward".
Unfortunately he tried changing his mechanics before last year in hopes of becoming better and a much larger part of the offense; instead his shot has greatly regressed.
CB is generally a big need. Roby has the best chance to sneak into round 1.
Edit: Although now after hearing that RDS is 10-20 lbs bigger than his playing weight, that might stem some GMs' fears about taking him. To them, he had the ability but lacked the size. Now with increased size, he will be great.
I would be more of a fan of doing it track sprint style just without the blocks. Go on a gun; measures a player's reaction time and also is more precise compared to the quasi-electronic timing they use now.
What a great and hilarious writer, director, and actor. He will be missed.
I'm in, and I love what you guys are cooking in the premium lounge.