Yup, Brad's bookstore. The guy who ran the store retired or closed the store.
I've lived in Marion all of my life. Quite evening, used to be a place where I can play outside till dark (or dinner time) as a kid. To be honest, it's still a good place to live aside from the lack of business varies (no bookstores and such). However, aside from the bad rep it gets with drug problems, I've always enjoyed Marion. From Tubby's to Jerzee to Fred's to OK Cafe and back.
Delon Wright - Utah
Andrew Harrison - Kentucky (Combo Guard) (Borderline 1st / 2nd round pick)
Jerian Grant - Notre Dame
Tyus Jones - Duke.
Olivier Hanlan - Boston College
Joseph Young - Oregon (Combo Guard)
George De Paula - Brazil (Withdraw from Draft - June 15th)
Terry Rozier - Louisville
T.J. McConnell - Arizona
Quinn Cook - Duke
Nikola Radicevic - Serbia
Ryan Boatright - Connecticut.
*Based on various mock drafts and rankings (Draft Express, CBS Sports, NBA.com, NBADraft.net)*
Draft Justin Anderson out of Virginia (6'6" - SF - 6'11" Wingspan - Back-up for Lebron) or Rondae Hollis-Jefferson out of Arizona (6'7" - 211 lbs - SF - 7'2" Wingspan - Excellent back-up for Lebron) - then in the 2nd round pick Tyler Harvey out of Eastern Washington (6'4" - SG - 6'5" Wingspan - Best Shooter in 2015 NCAA season - Quality Back-up and Depth) or Larry Nance from Wyoming (6'9" - 227 lbs - PF - 7'1.5'' Wingspan - Back-up for Kevin Love - Injury insurance). Adds depth for the playoff run next year.
Oddly enough I used to get worked up over players going to different colleges, but, now with this coaching staff and watching Darron Lee, Tyvis Powell, Joshua Perry among others success as underrated prospects. I'm confident Urban will find a diamond in the rough for Ohio State.
NFL Draft on Thursday and Friday, Fishing Day, Mayweather vs. PAC fight, Kentucky Derby, and then time for Sunday to watch Avengers 2: Age of Ultron. Going to be a great weekend.
Would love for the Cavaliers to sign him as a backup PG. Allow him to command the second unit and sometimes have him in as a defensive specialist.
Likely the same reason media focuses negative news compared to positive.
You win some, you lose some. That's recruiting. Good luck to the young man at ND.
Marvel plans to add addition series such as Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Jessica Jones to Netflix, which will lead to The Defenders movie (think street level Avengers). Articles have been out recently talking about having Daredevil on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Exciting times for comics, especially with DC Comics upping their game with Titans and Supergirl.
Ive been slowly digesting the content, Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock (Daredevil) and Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk (Kingpin) have made this series great for me. Each play their parts excellent to near perfection, fighting scenes are intensely realistic and the plot is solid especially the easter eggs / reference s to the MCU. Looking forward to the remaining episodes.
Year of the Big Ten! Slayers of Champions, Dethroners of the Blue Bloods, Conquerors of the Evil Empire known as the SEC.
What makes Buckeye Nation is no matter a stranger or family you will be welcomed by the 105,000 + screaming fans as part of the Scarlet and Gray family.
I know this will get DVs, but Thad Matt has begun to give off a John Cooper vibe. Big time recruiter, but has been inconsistent in big games.
It's great to watch Kentucky play teams with a pulse. They lose their shit everytime.
Tempted to go chalk... but I can't avoid picking upsets, likely the wrong ones every year.
Saving this post (will update this evening with my input)
It would have to be a toss up between zoologist and football coach. Since I was little I've always found the idea of animal research and care to be exciting, yet I never applied myself to getting the grades required for the top degree programs. Sadly I am what you would call a late bloomer in terms of focusing on my studies. High school and early 20s were lazy years of just getting by and always though I will get back to getting a degree and career, well that isn't a great idea. Anyways, back to the subject, I wouldn't mind going back to become a football coach, I've been coaching youth league football for the past 2 season (Marion Youth League) and found the ability to teach youth men and casually girls (my niece as a proud uncle) about the game of football (teamwork, life, and brotherhood) brings a fire of passion out in me. I wish I could go back and get back the wasted years.
We can all agree, both these plays will eternally live on in Buckeye lore for our children and grandchildren to smile for years to come...
Double post, yo.
It seems the jerseys are going to be quite different, which I hope they are.