Love is getting worked in the paint by Bumbo. He looks very average and overmatched as the game goes on. Wonder how bad he's hurting?
How effin foolish does Kevin Love look doing those stupid insurance commercials???
Actually, his acting is better than his game....
The Buckeyes have another stud TE coming in...Luke Farrell (pretty sure that's his name) You cannot have enough good, versatile Tight Ends in the fold!
That gif is funny as hell. This goof just came up from Mom's basement and tried a stunt he saw on the internet!
I like it...What's most important is that it is constructed to be the most concussion-preventive helmet available. Anymore, a concussion can put a player on the inactive list for 1-2 games. The graphic design is one thing, but injury prevention is the key!
KK can shoot the rock, but he can't beat the CAVS.
Dude looks like a goat anyway.
Baltimore Ravens...2000. Four years after leaving Cleveland, this bunch wins the Super Bowl. Led by the legendary Trent Dilfer on offense and Ray Lewis on D. F 'em!!
JUST STAY HEALTHY, JT!
"He also finished that season with an ankle broken so badly a plate had to be inserted into his leg to stabilize it."
I still believe that the "roll up" tackle that caused that injury during the SCum game was cheap and with an intent to injure JT. Had that tackle been done in an NFL game, the defender would have been fined and targeted by opponents.
Little did we know how it gave Cardale his big break!
My respect for Steve Martin grew a bit today.....I've always liked Bluegrass music. If Steve is good enough to play with Earl Scruggs, you know he's good.
That Foggy Mountain Breakdown video is fantastic. The coordination between musicians and instruments is amazing.
Thanks for sharing it
I read the Skully every day, without fail....DJ keep doin' what you do!
Truck Stop Jimmah......HA HA HA HA You boys have no idea that I'll be firin' your asses soon!!HA HA HA HA HA
Never has an NFL owner earned a lower level of respect by all. This grifter makes my skin crawl.
The hissy fit he threw on the sidelines during the Northwestern game was close to a "melt down". The A-Hole ripped his headset and jacket off and flung them to the ground in protest of a PI call. Rather than criticize him the announcers praised his actions as "showing his team he has their back".
Joe Bolden? I can't help of thinking (happily) of Bolden being juked, tackling at air and following the Buckeyes as they ran by him last November. Of course, we did the same to Jake Ryan the year before and he's now getting serious NFL PT. The gap in talent between our skill players and TSUN's became obvious over the past 2-3 years.
All of the covers by "Playing for Change" are really good. Check out Marley's "Redemption Song"...you won't be disappointed!
As time goes on, I appreciate the covers that the Blues Brothers did of so many great blues tunes. When they first started to perform, I took them as an extension of an SNL skit. After Belushi died, I listened to their music more and it finally came to me how talented they were and that music was a great second career for Belushi and Akroyd. They certainly had an all star cast of musicians behind them.
"Who's makin' love to your old lady"....one of my favorite covers they did.
I recall first hearing this album in my dorm room at BGSU....Yes is best listened through a good headset!
Ah, what a bass riff in this song!
Rashan, Please don't be too hard on ol' Kyle Kalis. In practice, you're going to expose him as the weak link in their O line, even though you're four years younger!
On the other hand, I hope you beat him down every day you go against him!!
I am sorry to hear this....he had great potential.
Don't forget LeCharles Bentley as one of our great ST Ignatius alums....
Y'all have some great listings here. If you haven't seen "City of God" check it out in advance of the next Olympics.
I'd also add "The Wild Bunch", "Sorcerer", "Things to do in Denver When You're Dead", "Sexy Beast" and "In Bruges" to this category.
I remember how Elliott put 110% effort into special teams when he was a freshman. The kid was around the ball constantly and I recall some great hits. The coaches ought to show these youngsters some highlights of EZE and how you work your way up and into an integral part of the program.
Coach Stud was a key member of Urban Meyer's staff at BG and he has moved up in every job he has taken since he's left BG. He has a very good reputation among the coaching community. This is a very good move for the Buckeyes
The ND back up linebacker, #59 ran around in a confused state most of the second half. I recall him making one tackle for a loss and his team mates were falling over one another congratulating him. When he watches the films of his performance, he's going to have a real blow to his arrogant Irish superiority complex. As I watched the second half go on, it was apparent that he was out of his league against the Buckeyes. Anyone know who this kid is?