I have a co-worker that I work with at work....he's also a TTUN fan. Hoke jokes always get him fired up....it gets me through the day
It's real. Just be ready to wait forever to get one. Waited 3 hours for a table only to watch my old man devour one in about 20 mins....fries and all! Finished it, and asked "where are we going ice cream?" He now has a stint and is on cholesterol meds. Much like Noah....some people just never learn.
Right there with you CC. I don't know your family situation, but I have a wife and kids. The 40 is locked in the nightstand (bio safe) and the wife knows how to use it. Call me a redneck, gun nut, psycho...whatever. I sleep just fine. The only missing piece of my puzzle is a Cane Corso for an alarm system.
I tried to explain this to a friend and work and he did not understand what I was saying. OSU NEEDS VT to win out. That only helps the Bucks in the long run provided they can take care of business in the Big Ten (and get by UC). By winning out, they would have to play FSU (likely) in the ACC title game. The loss to VT would not look nearly as bad if they could find a way to run the table.....possible rematch in the playoff......I know, I'm dreaming.
You have a much better memory than me. All I remember from that play was the huge amount of room Dontre Wilson had in front of him.
If memory serves, they tried one screen to Dontre, but it was a poorly thrown ball. Had it been a completion, there was no one within 20 yards from VT to make a play. I think it was in the second half, but can't remember the exact situation. That was the only screen play I can recall. I kept yelling at the tv as if Tom Herman could hear me......"Stop throwing to Corey Smith.....RUN A SCREEN!!"
So sorry for your loss Varsity. Cherish every day we are given....you just never know.
KM- I had the same injury. Subluxated my throwing shoulder over 20 times before I finally had surgery. The doc concurred that my shoulder had come out and reset itself that many times by looking at the scar tissue. It got to the point that I couldn't keep it in place and any physical activity would pop it. Did it playing softball, flag football, water skiing, and once just casting a fishing rod! You are right in that a soft tissue injury like dislocation or subluxation will not heal itself and surgery is often the only answer. Had surgery 10 years ago almost to the day. I will say that the surgery itself is not bad, it's the recovery that sucks. I was in a sling for almost 3 months. BUT, my shoulder is repaired. I'm hoping Braxton's injury is not severe, but indications are not looking as such. We may be looking at a medical redshirt.
Technically, you are right....Ross Aide is in Indiana