Bought my first OAR CD from the Bass player in the dorms, and watched them perform at an apartment complex party where a guy drove out of a tow truck and messed up his car it was quite the spectacle for an intoxicated 19 year old
343 oops double post
1. Christmas Vacation
2. Bad Santa
3. Die Hard
5. A Christmas Story
6. Lethal Weapon
9. The Holiday
10. A Christmas Carol (but watch it in reverse)
Congrats! I will hopefully be in your shoes soon, going at it since 2008, IVF number 5 in early 2015 fingers crossed.
OSU 38- MSU 10
OSU-70 - PSU-10, I would say the 10 is generous!
I Love JT, however Braxton never had these kind of weapons at receiver, and Braxton would have been out of most of these games at halftime and still had 200+ yards passing. Braxton never had the same opportunity that JT currently has with all of these weapons. I could see Braxton playing the first half and JT the second half of most games next year.
The Devil in the White City, and anything by Dan Brown
1. Cap'n Crunch
2. Cocoa Pebbles
3. Golden Grahms
4. Rice Crispies
5. Sugar Smacks
Honorable Mention: Grape Nuts, Rice Chex, cookie crisp, honey nut cheerios, etc.
I would have liked to see some plays called where JT running was the immediate second option, he seemed he was more than capable of picking up an intermediate 8-15 yards with his legs.
I didn't say we looked good, but were we not a dropped touchdown pass and two missed field goals away from winning? Also did VA Tech score when it should have been our ball (fumble). That fumble could have changed the entire outcome of the game, I think we are just used to dropping 40+ pts per game, but we are not there yet. Also their QB was a little lucky on those third and longs throwing back across his body to the middle of the field. The little things just didn't bounce the Buckeye's way, and didn't play to our potential.
I think this is being over analyzed a bit. We were two missed field goals and a dropped touchdown pass from winning this game. Not to mention a terrible call on the VA Tech fumble that they failed to overturn. Just a hiccup.
Rod Smith - 91