Thanks everyone for the quick responses! Go Bucks!
Oh yeah, I had no thought that I'd actually get a room near campus. Figured I'd have to get a room and drive back towards campus, though a cab or this COTA service do seem like better options with problems with parking and the whole wanting to have a few drinks while down there stuff. I hit hotwire and found something in the Lewis Center area for about $70 after taxes. Might just go with that.
Good, because Saturday will be my first visit to The Shoe for a night game and these legs were made for standing during Buckeye games.
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Great, great article. I personally was clenched up in every big moment this last season anyways, just the effect Buckeye football has on me. The stuff this article refers to is the unmatched beauty of college football. I can't wait.
Appreciate the updates! I don't follow basketball recruiting as thoroughly as I do football recruiting because 1) Football is my first love and 2) following recruiting in football is hard enough ha
but it's great to see tOSU is building a rep in basketball too.
I don't think DT would have benefited, NBA wise, from staying for his senior year. He'd still be a tweener without elite athleticism and in a better/deeper draft. If anything, he'd have been better leaving after last season instead.
Yeah, I don't hate SA, just have to root against them as a Laker fan. Much respect to those guys though and really, DT couldn't find a better situation.
That game was marvelous and I wasn't even attending the school yet (was in the Army then) ... Lance Moore's little brother Nick had a big day didn't he? If I remember correctly. I hope to maybe go to Grad school at tOSU so I can fully be a member of both the Rocket and Buckeye communities.
And the Toledo/Canes game in Toledo. I'm currently a Rockets student and we're always amped to see "name" schools come to the Glass Bowl. When we hit Miami, it'll at least be a nice vacation and a quiet, enjoyable day on the football field. Unless a 75 person wave is intimidating.
I love my Buckeyes, but it's getting harder and harder to root for them in the NBA the last couple of years. I'm a Lakers fan (Dont flame me! wasn't because of them winning, I chose them before I ever watched a game of basketball because my LA-born brother in-law loved them and I wanted to be like him) and with Sully going to Boston and Thomas headed to San Antonio, I've wept a little.
Now, if Craft ends up in Miami? I'm going insane.