Now this makes sense. I was very confused. I read it as: DJ actually phoned called Coach Williams. Something happened. Now he regrets it. Story coming soon.
It would be interesting to see what would happen if you Fiverr'ed the Skully just once. . . .
Students: Don't fall into the trap of evening classes.
Once I was an upper classman in the Fisher College of Business, it seems all I took was evening classes. At least half my professors were associate professors meaning they had a day job in the business world and would teach a class a few times a week in the evenings. I hated it.
That "THE" shirt is obnoxious, which means it's amazing because it would infuriate every non-Ohio State fan.
I have had opposing fans complain about how they hate the "THE" thing Ohio State does. My response is always, "Good. Then you understand why we do it."
I have concerns as well, but I believe one thing about Ohio State above all other things: Ohio State will do whatever is best for Ohio State every time. They would not invite this upon themselves. I am sure that they looked at this 100 different ways because no school wants to hire someone who they feel has potential lawsuits hanging over their head. Only after they were certain he was in the clear was he allowed to be brought on.
I'll miss him but I wish him well.
We'll always have 2014 . . .
And it was Interim Head Coach, not Head Coach.
I my best "Wild Thing" Vaughn voice: "California Penal"
I love how Boulware caveats his comments. If you disagree with him its only because you didn't play, or had no friends or were a loser. What a douche. Yeah, there were a couple of guys that I played with who did this sort of shit, but it was the vast minority. Their closest friends on the team thought it was funny but everyone else thought they were jerks.
Was on www.landthieves.com and while some fans were crapping all over Wilson to OSU, most seemed to think that we got a good one and will be a force next year.
Truly a coincidence, Michibuck. I never heard of the Bucket, but will have to look it up. The Peter Principle is a fairly common phenomenon in the business world, I was almost a casualty of it. My company tried to promote me out of a field that I am really good at into a field that doesn't fit my skill set so I declined. When I gave my reasoning someone mentioned that principle to me and I have been aware of it ever since. Luckily they thanked me for my honest feedback and it didn't hurt my career at all.
I don't know that Warinner would accept a demotion. That said, he seems like a beneficiary of the Peter Principle. He is one hellova' O-line coach but I am very uncertain on his chops as an OC.
I really think that it is this simple.
I got no beef. I think Dabo has been all class before any of our match ups.
That was my first thought. I was very excited when he got recruited. I had no idea he was that high, but I had heard about him and his stats were unreal. Oh, what could have been . . .
Some nights I wake up in a cold sweat. Then I breathe sigh of relief, realizing that Hov is on the front lines, doing his thang, keeping my eyes safe.
Not sure, but Bill Watterson is from Ohio. I thought I read somewhere that he is an OSU fan.
Still . . . <quickly downloads before lawyers remove it from site>
We're just used to Tressel, who's meltdowns consisted of sideways frowns and head shakes
And quietly mutters curse words to himself like "darn it" and "shoot".
Yuck. When I was at the famed wedding last year which took place in the Big House between a xichigan bride and an Ohio State groom in addition to having to spend an evening in that den of serpents, I had to sit across from an LSU fan and a Florida fan. I'll pray for you, NorCal.
True unless only the pink was still available in 3XL. I imagine there is a bigger market for very large red ranger costumes than pink ones.
This is why I love college football: One team being good can inflate the confidence of an entire region, despite that region living under the iron fist of that one good team.
While you are right, this is damn sad and why I despise all the conference nut-swinging.
Those shifty stars had it coming . . .