So was it Michael Sam who came out - as in the initial statement - or was it Michael Smith, as stated in the following two statements? I'm confused...
At first blush, I likey. The comment editor could be a little better-behaved in iOS 7, though...
Would it save you a lot of time if I just gave up and went mad now?
I have to confess to being a little bit (a *little* bit) of a dick tonight. I tweeted this after the touchdown following the muff:
I was frustrated and thought he should have known better; it's a bowl game, after all. But I forgave him, forgot about it and moved on. It's over, it's done with, here's our situation, and let's git 'er done.
To Philly, I apologize: I shouldn't have told you "not cool..." That was out of line.
Sword, meet belly.
"Bow ties are cool." - Doctor Who
That would either be "bite me" or... "suck it."
Seriously. I was a student at OSU, living in Baker Hall, when Woody lost his cool.
I can think of a number of points which I can use in a rebuttal to this, but once I read "exceptable," I decided that I didn't need to rebut anything at all.
My only issue, should our beloved Buckeyes take home the crystal football, is that I'm going to have to shell out a bunch of dead presidents for a couple of new jerseys: seven buckeye leaves on the back collar just ain't gonna cut it.
That giant sucking sound you heard last night was Brady Hoke finally realizing that he didn't have enough BBQ ribs for lunch.
Dunno. But there is an easy way to figure it out, though: how many plays did we run in the second half? Subtract the passes and punts, and the remainder should be your answer.
Just saw a thread on Facebook from a Michigan fan page. They're acting like they're all king sh*t and all because they came from behind to win. Never mind that it was UConn...
They're like Pittsburgh Steeler fans, constantly living in the past.
Honestly, ttun needs work on both lines. Linebackers are questionable, at best. Gardner has no confidence, and Toussaint has issues running and holding onto the ball.
The Bucks are going to grind ttun into mincemeat, and quite quickly.
But, then again, so will Nerdwestern, and possibly Minnesota. Indiana has a good shot at them this year, as well...
I dunno... maybe this offense is a little too much fun to watch...
Those new helmets are ugly, but still aren't as ugly as Michigan's...
Credit to Scott Westerman for handling a puerile act with the utmost class. He just gained a whole lot of my respect.
...and Michigan *still* sucks.
One interesting point to note: the Vegas oddsmakers aren't even posting a line for the OSU-FAMU game...
...and, of course, Michigan *still* sucks.
I'd UV this post twice, if I could: one for the comment, the other for your tagline. ;-)
Defense needs to improve tackling. That's something that can be fixed. The schemes appeared to be working as white shirts were there, we just were not tackling well.
Have to agree here, mostly. I saw a lot of white jerseys where they were supposed to be, but instead of wrapping up the ball carrier and bringing him down, they were trying to hit them down. That never works. Hit the guy, and if he has any semblance of balance, he just runs for another 10-15 yards. Happened several times tonight. This bothers me. Had it not happened, we're looking at 52-14-ish. Urbz, Vrabel, Fickell & Co. need to refresh the tackling drills, IMHO.
I'd like to add to that, if I may...
4. Akron has a big day against ttun (gotta give the Zips some love).
Man, that kid has some jets, don't he?
Not entirely sure Mister Meester wants to kees my seester...
Further proof that ESPN hates tOSU.
First, they throw Beth Mowins into the press box to do play-by-play (she's a horrible play caller - gimme Paul Keels any day!); then they splash graphic on the tv screen while a play is in progress, talking all the while; and then they dis TBDBITL.
...and beat the absolute hell out of an overmatched Central Michigan squad that wasn't prepared to handle to the pure adult contemporary fury that is Michigan football.
Nice one. Had me rollin' on the floor with this one...
And I will repeat: 11W is not mobile-friendly. Please take that into consideration if there's a weird typo in one of my comments; lots of trial-and-error going on here that wouldn't on a desktop...