Also I believe this would be the first time in the history of Ohio State football that they won back to back national championships. A lot on the line this season.
The reason I say yes it because of history at stake. Ohio State winning it all means Urban Meyer is unquestionably the best coach in CFB, it means many Ohio State fans are going to start to put Meyer ahead of Hayes, it means you are officially borderline dynasty status, it means the 2016/2017 classes and beyond are going to remain top ranked classes. There is a whole lot of new things that are just as exciting this year, as there were things to cheer for last year.
I almost always support local. Wether it is beer, music, MMA fighters, sports teams, etc. When it comes to sports talk radio, 97.1 is HORRIBLE. Thankfully I have the ESPN Radio App and listen to Cleveland sports talk, where they do a lot more talking about the actually sports, and not what movies they saw the previous night, or random non sports relating articles like that.
Why on earth would you want to play football at Kentucky? It's simple, it has nothing to do with females or partying (at least not at Kentucky) it has everything to do with getting the chance to play in the SEC (if they can't play for their beloved Buckeyes). I guarantee you that is ALL Kentucky is selling them on.
I love that for a tripple, that is so high on Alcohol that the booz is hidden quite well and very well balanced between its malt backbone and grapefruity flavors
Obviously don't believe everything you read on the internet. Having said that, a good rule of thumb is, when there is smoke, there's usually a fire. Something seems to be going on, wether it is as drastic as a full game suspension is yet to be seen.
I haven't searched for it in cans, but we have it on draft here, at The Brass Tap at least.
We have the Stiegl Radler where I work. Quite an amazing beer indeed
My beer of the week is my favorites Tripple IPA - Stone Brewing Co - Ruin 10
Obviously we can all throw rediculous teams out there like Minnesota, or Kansas State. Realistically, if Ohio State doesn't win it all, I want it to be Michigan State. A) For B1G pride (which I have a ton of) and B) Michigan would NEVER be able to call Michigan State little brother again, until they (if ever) won another NC.
I read an article a few months ago when the transfer happened. I believe it was football based (rather than academic based). I think Hoban was close by, and had a much better chance at winning and making him a better player in his final two years as a high school player.
lol that's common knowledge. That's like asking me to show a source to prove ESPN.com is a sports site
No reason to sit. Recruits pay attention to atmosphere, just remember that when you want to sit down and be lazy at the games
I personally always said "They" because I didn't play (obviously) or even attend tOSU. Now that I attend said school, sometimes I'll slip and say we, but for the most part it's always They
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That's surprising to me as well. I wasn't at the 2013 B1G championship game, but all reports were that Ohio State out numbered them 3:1
I'm not going to give the PC answer here (saying every team has a little chance). Penn State has 0% chance to win in the Shoe. Not only is it a night game, in one of the most intimidating venues of all time, against one of the greatest Ohio State teams of all time, but PSU damn near upset Ohio State last year and won't take them by surprise this year. 0% chance. If the game were in Happy Valley, it would go from 0 to 60 real quick though.
Yup, obviously Nebraska will make more money being in the B1G, and is in a much more prestigious conference. In terms of winning though, Texas kids want to play against Oklahoma, Texas, Baylor and TCU. The second tier kids from Iowa, Wisconsin, etc just don't compare to even the third and fourth tier kids from Texas that they used to be able to pull.
Nebraska is the only decent traveling fan base in the West (actually one of the best in the nation). That is what Delaney is hoping for, Ohio State/Michigan vs Nebraska every year.
Tickets will be easy to come buy. Hotels are another story. Go ahead and book now, if OSU doesn't make it, simply cancel your reservations. Most hotels you just have to call a day or two ahead to get a full refund.
I attended the game as well. Indianapolis is such a great host city, and I hope the B1G keeps the game there permanently.
Because Nebraska left the Big 12, they can't get the Texas recruits that they could in the past. If they stay in the Big 10, Wisconsin is their ceiling, nothing more. Nebraska would be wise to go back to the Big 12
My question is, why the fuck is he fishing? Does Nebraska not see Ohio State bringing in its biggest stars for Friday Night Lights, and players holding involuntary workouts today? Never change B1G!