Neutral site game in Jerry World! Bring on Florida International! We're not afraid!
Interesting. I would have never guessed she was saying, "Stop" . . . I still like my interpretation better . . . though only because one of my go to lines in the fourth quarter when the Buckeyes are up is, "And cue the sad fans!" as that seems to be what all the networks cut to when the game is about over.
I always assumed she was saying, "No!" because she had been caught being "the sad fan in the crowd" by the camera.
I forgot about that too. He let me nickname them the "Routys"
I'm just a poor boy . . .
I had this argument with some Florida fans a couple years back. I stated the quality of his class rankings over his last couple of seasons. While I don't remember the exact number, the fans' rebuttal was that is wasn't the quality of the kids, it was the total number of athletes. They suggested that when he left the number of scholarship athletes was well below 85 due to him not recruiting enough players, guys washing out of the program, etc.
It may be complete bunk, but 1) I wasn't sure how to confirm this and 2) I have never cared enough to do anything more than a cursory look, because well, I don't get a medal for winning internet debates. So we agreed to disagree.
I agree, way too much hype for someone who rarely posted. I'm not a hater, as there are a lot of guys on here who deserve the love and always have insightful comments or like Earle, have a razor-sharp wit. The whole Jeff Greene thing was classic, but other than that, I never saw what was so great about the guy. I admit that I never spoke out before because I knew his myth had reached kind of a Robin Hood-esque level and I figured going against the herd would just end in down-votes and tears . . . that and its wasn't a big enough deal to really discuss.
We do have Captain Ohio. (For some reason I can't post a picture)
Compensation for Jordan Jefferson? In all seriousness, good for him. I was furious when Tyler Moeller was attacked, I'm just glad that Mettenberger was able to shake it off.
I know in B deck there are support columns which affect visibility a little bit, but I don't know if any in C deck.
I didn't know who he was at FNL (I kept referring to everyone by their number, he was 244) but he really stood out. Even my untrained eye could tell. Then later you see Urban coaching him 1-on-1 and it actually gives you a sense of pride, knowing that your talent radar is at least somewhat accurate.
Winning heals all that ails you. The reason OSU is by and large over Tatgate and still love Tressel is because we got Urban and he wins. If over the last three years we had Fickell and he continued to struggle like in 2011 people here would still be PO'ed by everyone involved with that mess.
People not respecting football in Ohio is not new. Doesn't mean they are right. I think people are people. . . everywhere. . . period. There are passionate fans here and there, and getting into a pissing match over who are "better" or "more loyal" or "more intense" is pointless. It's used by publication to generate interest and intrigue. That said, comments like that remind me of the coach from UCF who said that Ohio Stadium wasn't loud. Our Bucks and the 105,000 silent, passionless fans proceeded to send his team home with 31-16 loss.
I'd need a big sack to . . . shudder
OSU, please see this:
Is it safe to say we have firmly ripped Cass Tech away from Michigan as a pipeline? Is it just that the old staff always conceded this school to Michigan and Urban and crew don't? Any insight?
I assumed that a Purdue hype video would consist of a guy in a suit announcing that a Piada was finally opening on campus.
I haven't eaten there in years, though I do usually stop there for a shot as I make my way to the stadium on game day.
I didn't realize that you could go down on the sideline. Damn. I parked it at the 20 on the SE side of the stadium and only got up once or twice to watch the big uglies who were generally on the north end of the Shoe.
He was fun to watch. One of my favorite parts of the night was to see Urban walking around and when somebody high on his radar would run a drill. He would stop, watch, and then throw them back to the front of the line to do it again. That helped with telling you who to watch. Urban put Cager to the front of the line several times. As well as Austin Mack.