I have to say...these are some fantastic answers from a 17-18 year old. And I'm not just talking about his enthusiasm for the sport/game/team. He really gets the big picture. I'm not a gambling man, but I would bet a decent sum of cash that he is going to do quite well in life and/or football. We are fortunate to have him on board.
I enjoyed the first two seasons, for sure. However, I felt the story/quality of the show started going downhill shortly thereafter and didn't go out of my way to watch it anymore. Were the subsequent seasons any good?
Still early and no worries. I hope he picks the good guys on NSD. However, the team only truly benefits if a young man *chooses* to come to Ohio State (i.e., the player's heart is all in 100%). Thus, in the end, everything works out for all parties involved. At least that's what I tell myself so I can sleep at night;-) Good luck to Mr. Edwards no matter where he ends up. Go Buckeyes!
Another thing I like about the Horseshoe is that the view is still decent (and engaging) from the nosebleed sections.
No good. Hope the young man gets better soon.
Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye. Hope everything turns out for the best for Mike, his father, and his family.
Wow. Impressive. Most impressive.
This sucks for the young man. I know his parents want what is best for him, but all they can do is give him their advice/counsel, hope for the best, and support him regardless. Although he didn't pick the Buckeyes, I do wish him the best with his decision (especially if he wasn't going to be "happy" in Columbus).
Welcome aboard, Mr. Jones!
Obligatory Snuggie family GIF. I love it. +1
Welcome to the Buckeyes, Brady!!
Seahawks all the way. I don't even want to think about all the S-E-C chants from the SEC fans/faithful if Peyton wins.
I'll give you an upvote to balance it out. Had to be a "too early in the morning" fat finger DV.
That's fancy talk for "Can't make chicken salad out of chicken shit."
You are absolutely correct. No argument here.
Speaking of Gus Malzahn's offense, wasn't there an 11W forum post back in the spring of 2013 showing a clip of his offensive team repeatedly (and lazily?) *walking* through practices and formations. I remember a bunch of us joking on Auburn's offense and/or practice methods at that time. Damn, I guess there was "a method to the madness" so to speak. Although I did not end up posting on that forum at the time, I will freely admit I was laughing with everyone else.
Foot, meet mouth (for me).
This is one of the best posts I have read all season. All those Philly Brown haters need to take a deep breath, think/reflect, and keep things in perspective.
Under normal circumstances, it's really hard not to like this guy. All bets are off on Friday, however:-)
Yes, I am over it.
However, here is another vote for the 1998 loss stinging a lot more. I still wince a bit thinking about the outcome of that game for all the reasons presented above.
Very well spoken and thoughtful for his age. Future looks bright for this young man both on and off the field.
Because that would be smart.
I'm still amazed that he is 16 and is soon going to be playing football at the major college level.
I think you meant "feats" of strength. However, fits or feats, I definitely agree that a couple of rounds with her would be nice!
Asshole? That's kind of harsh. I think "dumbass" is more accurate for that stooge;-)
+1. Truly, the LSU-Bama championship game was the death-knell to the BCS.
Going old school. I like it. I like it a lot.