Not that important? I jumped each year I was there '08-'12 and it was one of the most anticipated nights of the entire year. It's so much more than just jumping into a lake. It's coming together to collectively say "F Michigan" with 10,000 of your closest friends.
Where's Urban's loyalty to this program, knocking the pass blocking like that!?
Just so no youngin's fail a physics exam because of their 11W friends, force=mass x acceleration. (Kinetic) Energy= 1/2 x mass x velocity^2
28 players greater than Mike Doss!? The People...The Tradition... The Excellence
Should have said: AirForceNUT also talks about himself in third person.
Notre Dame-overrated as usual
A a sophomore in high school I shelled out $300 for A-deck seats for Texas in '05. That was painful, but also was the loudest I ever heard the Shoe- along with USC in '09 (attended '08-'11 home games).
Best in person- either Wisconsin in '11 or Iowa in '10. Not sure anything will achieve the vindicative satisfaction of beating Alabama this year though.
This has to have been one of the most over hyped reactions I've ever seen. Boring interview? Yeah, but not nearly the catastrophe everyone has made it to be. A couple people made comments that it was a disaster and everyone else saw an opportunity to jump on that train. Maybe it's cause I read all the comments before having a chance to listen to the audio, but I was expecting something much worse.
How about scheduling OOC games that don't have a 40 point spread?
Nice to see the ticket ordering isn't during finals week. My sophomore year (2010) at OSU we had our ticket ordering on Tuesday of finals week, and you had to sit and stare at your computer for 2-3 hours for your turn to get in to the system. It was stress on top of stress, and I never understood why they did that.
Also, enjoy those student prices, it gets a lot pricier after you graduate to try to go to a game when you buy through craigslist or stubhub. I've only been to one game in the 3 years since I graduated, and that was Va Tech last year :(
Zeke down the stretch was like playing NCAAF on varsity level and expecting to break every run for 80 yards
Maybe Braxton doesn't feel the need to commit to a school he has already been at for 4 years.
Maybe he doesn't feel a need to end rumors he never started.
Love these kinds of posts. 4 years ago 11W had a lot more like this, it's what made them different and fun by having so much personality in most of the posts. It's nice to still see these amidst all the more informative articles we are now provided as well!
I'm sure other people have noticed this, but the Ramzy's post comes up weekly Wednesdays at 1:15pm, so now you can know who wrote it before you see the title or the picture as you frantically refresh your browser at 1:14.
I don't think it is that simple- Oklahoma rolled the tide last year and yet the tide are still the team to be compared to. It takes the whole big ten dominating the SEC in bowls so that the Sec doesn't have 11 teams in the top 10, making the SEC champ an immortal god for beating most of them.
I had the same thought so I went with 75 earlier, so your room for error is 17 yards haha
75. Not because I think that's accurate but in case he struggles mightily I at least might get a t shirt out of it.
Maybe you weren't furthering rumors but by creating a (multiple duplicate) thread you drum up the conversation of rumors that are completely unfounded.
If you aren't adding anything new to the transfer discussion, then I'm not even sure what your end goal was in creating this forum (that sounds like I'm being a dick but I don't mean for it to).
Doesn't want to be inflammatory... Proceeds to fan flames.
"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat."
One of the greatest quotes you can live by in all of life, especially on social media.
I think it's at 7 on either ESPN or ESPN2. I remember seeing it when going to record the OSU hoops game tonight
ESPN jumped on board after we finally beat good teams and deserved the praise. I would hate to think that a team as good as Ohio State has to rely on being a good ratings/money draw to get them in the playoff. I think that cheapens all the work the players and coaches do and is pretty much a load of BS.
At least they schedule up level power 5 teams OOC, not their fault those teams and the ACC suck. If you win a national championship, you definitely deserve a shot at another one until you lose especially when you return the heisman winner.
That being said, Florida State is garbage and them going undefeated steals a spot in the playoffs from one of the 4 best teams.
It's football, mistakes are made by every team. This team is, what, 34-3 the last three years? Give me a break and enjoy the damn good ride we are on.