from what I've heard, some of the premium lounge VIPs show up, unannounced, at your door and whisk you into an unmarked panel van. Beyond that, I'm not certain what happens. I've even updated my address and when I'll be home and not expecting visitors in my profile, but nothing yet. I guess I need more stickers.
If I remember correctly, Ohio State's Alumni Association president was a skill player who wore #45.
I was hoping for a Butler By'not'e post. I guess Lil Animal surpassed him by a tad, although both had equally difficult last names to spell/punctuate.
I'll upvote any fan of GSP
Charlie Weis bad-mouthing the style of quarterback that buttered, mayonaised, and jellied his bread? Now he tweets out pictures of dozens of people at their spring practices? Looks like Charlie isn't helping to pad his resume in the future as he hasn't found much success in a conference that is known for passing juggernauts.
1) Ohio State football/ wrestling
2) music (heavy metal, classic rock especially Springsteen and The Stones, 90's alternative)
3) Reading. I'm on a history kick of late, but I'll read most anything.
You're going to stand there and tell me that Metal Gear Solid is nothing like real life? I hide in cardboard boxes and put people in sleeper holds on a regular basis.
We found a sizable hornet's nest outside of our front door this past weekend. After spraying it with hornet and wasp killer from the furthest possible distance, I waited a few days for it to take effect.
When the time came to take the nest down, I went outside armed with a broom and shovel and laced up P.F. Flyers just in case I needed to run.
I hope none of the neighbors saw me because it was impossible for me to look cool while hoping I didn't get stung by a hornet from Hell who returned to the nest to find his entire family slaughtered. I saw Gladiator and The Patriot. Vengeance is scary.
agreed. Jeter was a class act through and through, but he didn't play for the Tribe, so I don't see a reason to do more than put a thank you on the scoreboard and a curtain call.
creepier than the neighbor guy who liked the muscly armed paper boy?
Not a new show, but Sons of Anarchy wraps up this fall. If you don't have much to do this summer, catch up on the previous 7 (?) seasons.
Premium lounge! I was way off.
Have been told that they're currently being showcased in the Eleven Warriors Premiere Lounge. Maybe Jason or Andy could shine some light on that.
"Take that Hoying Brothers! I have the key to your village." - Mike Vrabel
alternative caption: Todd Boeckmann finally gets a key to his hometown.
"Let's bring in Curtis Jackson for his infinite wisdom."
"Back to you, Joe Buck!"
I spoke with Bo just prior to his redshirt season. Here's the link: http://www.elevenwarriors.com/blogs/curt-heinrichs/wrestling-incoming-freshman-bo-jordan-on-why-he-chose-the-buckeyes-over-wiscons
I'll support anyone who brought wrestling coverage to the Lantern!
If there's any interviews you'd like to see or specific questions for any wrestlers, I'm working on speaking with some of the incoming freshmen, so shoot them my way and I'll see what I can do.
Agreed. Additionally, you get a more up-close-and-personal experience at a wrestling meet than you would at say a football or men's basketball game. The fan experience at wrestling matches are typically pretty excellent because the fans tend to be a knowledgeable bunch.
Today I learned that people go to Thurman's and don't order burgers.
Raekwon McMillan, Master of Karate and Friendship for everyone.
It's a good thing these young fellas roll their shirts up past their midrift. How else would I know they're in shape!?!?
You know who else used to show off the ol' midriff and turned out to be fairly decent?