Yup. It was Rod Roddy.
Good luck young man!
Get well, Buckeye!
His family is local to Columbus.
Bill King always called him "The Pontiff"
We have 3 different types of milk in the fridge as my wife is adamant about organic milk for the kids. I get regular old skim, while the older ones get organic 2% and the little one gets organic whole milk. It takes up too much valuable fridge real estate and costs me about as much as my mortgage; but still easier than fighting that battle with Mrs. Buckeyeneer. She has decided that that is a hill worth dying on.
Big-balled Oklahoma freshman QB Austin Kendall watched Ohio State's whippings of Bowling Green and Tulsa and declared Ohio State's defense to be "very basic."
He is from Worthington, which is crazy. My father-in-law knows his family and ran into . . . not sure if it was his dad or granddad, but he asked about the comment and the response was something like a laugh and "If I had a nickel . . ." and "At least I think he learned something."
It's kind of unbelievable that Illinois is as consistently bad as they are. If I knew little else about the B1G I would just assume that there is talent in Chicago and that Illinois would be a power. Of course though, that is not the reality.
Last thought on Texas Roadhouse. Cameron Johnson and the Columbus area Outback Steakhouses will be able to print money if they ever team up once he graduates.
Buck-I-Guys got a call into Longhorn right now. Except he's asking them to pay him for the endorsement.
I agree. I've got 3, 5 and under and Texas Roadhouse is loud enough with music and chatter that my kids won't disturb anyone. And also with the peanuts, since the shells go on the floor, I don't have to worry about my kids dropping stuff and making a huge mess.
Good God, Texas Roadhouse! The last thing I need while eating my porterhouse is to have to see the "O-face" of a guy with the moniker, Big Nut.
The only way that gets worse if von Schamann air guitar windmilled out of the stadium
It is also gets worse if you are watching it happen in a torrential downpour.
Not sure what I said has anything to do with affordability, rather just a sheer emotional response to the steady stream of bad news regarding college administrators who would rather sweep accusations under the rug than keep students safe.
I know you have to let your kids grow up, but the constant drumbeat coming from the media about college administrations not doing anything/enough really makes me want to put my daughters in bubble wrap and not send them to college. Of course I will, but man does it give me anxiety.
My friends and I may or may not have run around those tunnels multiple times during undergrad as OSU, depending on the statues of limitation of trespassing.
Hearing this and having his moniker be "Riff Raff" reminds me of the scene from Wayne's World:
The Shitty Beatles? Are they any good?
So it's not just a clever name. /s
I hate her. Seems like a real "See You Next Tuesday", but I didn't want my hatred of her to cloud my judgement and make me victim blame. Glad to know that I don't need to feel bad for thinking she's still a piece of crap.
Oh crap. . . I effed it up, didn't I?
What do insiders think of the Ke$ha/Dr. Luke thing?
You mentioned Sir Paul up above. Meet any other old school legends?
Re: comment 2: Yeah, send Little Bear in there every so often and just tell him to go get the ball. His pass rush is pretty great even as a freshman.