Dual broadcast on BTN
Sorry to hear of your trouble Ramzy. My cousin found himself in a similar situation this past summer. He went there on a trip related to school as he is in the process of becoming a minister. Instead of being detained when he arrived, he was detained trying to leave the country. He was questioned much like you, but the wanted to know our grandfather and great grandfather's names
Needless to say our parents are from Costa Rica so he has an unusual last name, Jarquin, and looks somewhat ethnic. We never even knew our grandfather so he had no idea what our great grandfather's full name was, but luckily he was able to contact family back in the States to find out his name. After hours of detainment and finally producing our great grandfather's name they let him return to the States.
So if you travel to Israel know your family history, phone numbers, email addresses, etc....
24-21 the good guys on a game winning field goal
Hoke: You remembered the pizza, right?
Brandon: Yup....and the donuts!
Hahaha, that was certainly entertaining and provided some laughs this morning!
Samuel - 64
3 TDs for J.T.
Welcome to the 'family' Patrick! I look forward to reading your future stories and the discussion they bring.
Great article....I miss my time in Columbus! Maybe one day I will live there again. The city is certainly transforming and growing every day. I was amazed by all of the construction, and other things, taking place the last time I visited. I'll be back this weekend for a wedding and can't wait!
South Carolina is pretty bad too. I lived in Charleston for two years and there's a lot of state pride combined with animosity towards transplants, especially Ohioans.
There are a lot of cars that have palmetto stickers with taglines like "Native" or "Carolina Girl." And at one point they had a "Go Back to Ohio" campaign. Needless to say, I moved back to Ohio (for a job) and I'm actually glad to be back.
I would also echo many of the other comments already made. I would also recommend going to the VT game because the atmosphere of a night game in the Shoe is like nothing else. It will also be warm which is always an added bonus in my opinion. Since I graduated a few years back I've tried to make it to at least one game a year and most years I choose a night game. As mentioned before it also gives you plenty of time to experience all of the pre-game activities happening around campus. Of course watching our Buckeyes beat TTUN is always special too, but I think a night game early in the season will make for an energized crowd and electric atmosphere. Tailgating around the Shoe and seeing the Skull Session are always great things to do especially for your first game.
I also agree that the first row of the B deck or C deck along one of the sidelines would probably offer the best viewing experience. If you sit to low it can be difficult to see what's happening near the end zones.
And of course make sure to stop by Buckeye Donuts while you're there!
You can get a refund starting on Monday I believe, or donate the difference to charity.
Couldn't agree more. Should be a fun tournament to watch!
Thanks for the info....tickets bought!
Jumping in Mirror Lake year after year gave me some of my best memories (the parts I remember) from my college days!
tOSU offensive line and stable of backs would run all over Oregon
Glad to see the refs are letting them play in this game. More no calls should favor Stanford.
What a clown show. UO vs Standford anyone?
Did the walrus take over for Oklahoma's offense?
A long way for Bell to throw it, seriously?!?