Thanks! I was already looking at the Audio Technica AT-LP 120 and AT-LP 60. I am leaning to the 60 because of the price.
I'm interested in trying some betting but honestly have no idea how legal online sports gambling is in Ohio. Anyone want to help me out on this? I tried googling it and I found a bunch of websites that said it is legal, but I'm not sure if I can trust those sites. Can anyone give me some sources?
I'm an Indians fan, my roommate is a Reds fan and he loves to mock me for Mr. "Bro-hio". I don't care. I love the guy's attitude. I'm a little concerned with his performance, but I can't help but like him.
I still can't believe Saban hired this clown
That picture is from the 2011 Wisconsin game. And what a game it was!
(unless of course he goes to TSUN, which is unforgivable)
Or Notre Dame
I would agree the higher seeds playing at home for a quarterfinal in an 8 team playoff, but using the bowl games for a semifinal doesn't bother me.
"What if I told you the world of sports memorabilia isn't quite what it seems?"
I completely agree. I think if they were to expand to 8 teams the first round would need to be hosted by the higher ranked team in the match up. I also love that every single game matters. It's what makes college football unique and is one of the things I love most about the sport.
I love that site! I think it's great that the mentally challenged are given internet access.
The problem is not that they are using "real" players it is that they are using their likeness. The rosters that have accurate names are made up by third parties and available for download. EA never published a game with the players names included, instead they would create players with similar attributes such as height, weight, athletic ability at each position, often skin color, playing styles, and the correct number on jerseys. In NCAA Football 14, the quarterback for OSU (known as QB #5) is 6'2", 220 pounds, black, and classified as a scrambler. The real Braxton Miller is 6'2", 216 pounds, black, and classified as "Dual Threat" by scout.com. When playing the dynasty mode, you are right that it is completely fictionalized after 4-5 seasons, but the every time you play online you play with the rosters that the game starts with. If you want a game that accurately represents college football every year, it means that they have to use current players and stats to base the in-game characters off of. If they were to continue to make the game with completely made up characters (to avoid another law suit in the future) rankings and talent would not be accurate for multiplayer or online play. I would be fine with that though! I play the dynasty and road to glory modes WAY more than online. I want another game, but I don't think we will get one until the system changes.
Unless that country was Canada or I was already abroad when the game was taking place, I can't see traveling internationally for a game.
Does anyone know what is happening with the Skull Session now that they are going to tear down St. John's? The new Covelli Arena will only seat 4,000 people. St. John's seats over 13,000 and is almost always at capacity for Skull Sessions.
I really like that thought. As far as the local school/MAC team, I would love to try and keep it in Ohio. BGSU, Toledo, Kent, Akron, OU, Cincinnati, something like that. The difficulty with the first part is that year to year it may be hard to schedule two OOC Top 25 opponents without going after the usual suspects that we can predict (Alabama, Oklahoma, etc.). Cal was bad when we scheduled them in 2002 for the 2012-13 home and home, then they were pretty good, then they sucked by the time we played them. We are scheduled to play Oregon in 2020 and 2021 and Texas in 2022-2023. Who knows how good they will be that far from now.
What? I don't know what you're talking about. Ya gotta creep... creep
Exactly. I was at that game and on top of high winds, it kept changing directions as it whipped through and around the stadium. Braxton went 13 of 29 for 150 yards. He really shouldn't have had that many opportunities to throw. With the weather I'm surprised it wasn't more like 18 or 20 attempts with more play to Hyde (24 carries, 246 yards, 4TDs) or Wilson (1 carry, 7 yards, 0 TDs). He did have a lot of bad throws that game but the wind certainly didn't help.
Agreed. I'd rather see him stay healthy. Ideally I'd like to see him finish the season with no more than 700-800 yards rushing and around 3500 yards in the air. I think it would be best for the team and best for Braxton if he wants a serious shot at a career as a QB in the NFL. In fourteen games (although I hope we play 15) that comes out to 50-60 yards rushing and 250 passing each.
^This. Grit is the word I was looking for. At the end of the article all I could think was: No Maurice?
Am I the only one that likes the scarlet endzones? I think the letters should be gray, but I really like the scarlet endzones...
I didn't mean it negatively. I love BG. I'm from the area originally, I have a ton of friends that are either enrolled at or graduated from BG. I make sure to get to Pollyeyes whenever I'm in town. Gotta love the Doyt!
I can honestly say that the 2006 Spring Game is what made me (then in 7th grade) want to go to Ohio State. Before my freshman year at OSU, it was the only time I had ever been in Ohio Stadium. If ticket prices were $20 then, I would probably be a BGSU Falcon.
Student tickets normally go on sale around the end of May or start of June, because it is by class rank the window to order varies.
EDIT: You should receive an email from the athletic department with all of the info within the next few weeks (assuming you are a current student that will be enrolled in the fall).