double post ... DOH
The problem will be getting OSU to allow them to use the logo and name. OSu is picky and I am sure charges a hefty price for those rights.
Garth Brooks replied to my tweet and referenced me by name, does that count ?
Same for me as well, I hope he is 100% and everyone can remember the special, once in a life time athlete he is. #TeamBraxton
Its been 2 years since our Beagle, Scarlet went to Rainbow Bridge.It is still hard and we miss and think about her everyday, but, now when i think about her, I think about the good times and the memories, not the pain and grief of her not being here. To this day I still have moments when I think I hear her barking or laying under the coffee table. Hang in there, it will get easier, just not quickly.
I know the late 90's for the George Strait concert they sold it but it was only sold outside of the stadium. they had tents setup where you could go buy it. Not sure what they will do now.
Thanks for all the input everyone. Seems to be the majority of people on here are not a fan of Nissan. I never realized they had such problems with their transmissions. I will check out the Mazda CX5 based on everyone's recommendations. Were trying to stay below the $25k price point so some of the others mentioned are out of the question and others were ruled out by my wife because well, she thinks they are ugly.
Well, what made me like the Rouge is Ms. Buckshaw likes it. it will primarily be her everyday driver. I have a F150 and a Harley I primarily drive so this one is her car.
First, Hank Williams Jr, 1989 at Beulah Park
Best, Brooks & Dunn, Ohio State fair, 1998
Runner up, Any Garth Brooks concert.
Joe Germaine, followed by AJ Hawk and then Eddie George.
Current team, EZE, Bosa, and B. MIller.
These are so great.
complete nonsense, I guess Urban needs to start eating Ice cream on the sidelines.
As many others have said, Its all I ever known.but truly fell in love with it in 1988. 9 years old and my first game in Ohio stadium. We got crushed by Illinois that day but, I loved it anyway. I remember the fans got warned for being too loud and the team almost got penalized for it. I was mesmerized by the whole experience, tailgating, Skull Session and the Band, meeting Brutus, watching the boys and sitting in the stadium I had only seen on TV up to that point. My Older Brother took me that day and was my hero after that, he taught me everything he knew about being a Buckeye, till the day he passed away in 1997. I have lived in NC since 2003 but always make it back for at least 1 game a year, sometimes 2 and never miss a game on TV. When I do get the chance to go back to a game, all the memories of that first game and all the others I attended with my brother come back and I feel like he is right there beside me. Go Bucks!
well, there is another option, he could be high and on a good trip ;)