One dollar, Bob
Yep that's where it was. Great weekend except for the game...
That third one on the post is a picture someone grabbed off of my Facebook account, haha. Here it is in my kitchen after I finished. Cracks me up when I see people randomly post it because everyone HATED it at the time.
Going to lose a lot of productivity at work this week cooking up something good for Saturday morning.
Visually, it seems to take the crowd out of the game. I would rather have the crowd as visible as possible.
For players, I'm not so sure. It's a night game under the lights, I don't know how much of the crowd they'd see under normal conditions. I have no doubt fans will make themselves heard, though.
Well... I can't fault her passion.
"Actually it's about ethics in posters."
Wasn't able to get home until now, bless you sir. Doing the Lord's work.
I was raised in Newcomerstown as well. Good article, but I don't think anyone that lives in the small town would think of it as being in Southeastern Ohio as it's about half an hour north of I-70
The Browns have won a playoff game more recently than the Bengals.
Makes that August 7th scrimmage in Ohio Stadium more interesting.
Went to the concert, had a great time, and I can assure you plenty of people were flagrantly violating the smoking ban. Some were even smoking tobacco!
Why can't this just be a free event like it always was?
What magic year are you talking about? A quick glance at the Lantern archives shows OSU has been charging for the spring game as far back as the 70's. Adjusted for inflation it's less expensive at $5 today.
FWIW, the skills competition has six different parts to it. This was the Breakaway Challenge, which Johansen won by fan vote.
Not too shabby at all since it took a fan vote to get him in to the competition to begin with.
Are you talking about the lottery you currently have no details on but are assuming about anyway?