And to think 10 years ago when I was a Freshman, South Campus was the warzone with bad food (minus adriaticos/catfish biffs) and North Campus was the modern utopia. Hell we didn't have air conditioning in Stradley Hall and Burrito Noches was fine cuisine.
Seriously, has there ever been a back up college quarterback that isn't playing in the NFL with this large of a following? Guiton defines the term underdog story. Here's hoping he gets his chance!
My Bengals could use a quarterback that doesn't choke under pressure... Could you imagine Guiton throwing to AJ Green? I'd take that in a heartbeat. Much better than Andy "Happy Feet" Dalton... plus if he gets flushed out, Guiton can actually run.
Could it be that (gasp!) Hoke is a poor coach, even though he is a "Michigan Man"?
Ha next you're going to be telling me the emperor isn't in fact wearing clothes!
I think this pretty much sums up Michigan this year (and every year)
Manifest Destiny to the pacific!
Alcohol and gifs of women's jumblies bouncing are the only two effective means of time travel known to man.
To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women.
I made the mistake. I'm living with it. Captain going down with his ship and all.
This has been covered, several times.
My fingers have a sthpeech impediment.
I blame my poor typing skills on having the most erratic sleep last night. Working third shift is for the birds.
I'll take back my comment about California.
If anything obesity means our state has an abundant wealth of resources.
Hell I'd live in Maine just for the cheap lobster. Lobster rolls would be my demise.
Just like there are some amazing places to live in Ohio up by lake Erie, down by Hocking Hills and the Ohio River, and C-bus, Cincy and Cleveland? My point was comparing the negative things they said about Ohio to other states that didn't make the list. I imagine California is an amazing place to live if you make a lot of money. But if you make a lot of money you can be happy in any state.
Bold Prediction 2 weeks into the season most of the SEC is rooting for 1 team that isn't theirs.
I couldn't help but notice the midwest bias as well. If you live in any of the coastal states, you're off the hook. I mean New Jersey must truly be an amazing state that everyone wants to live in right?
The 29th president of the United States and proud son of Ohio has just given me the strangest erection.