If that didn't happen in January, they're blind.
I like you man, but you... Your crazy.
St. Ignatius is the TSUN of Cleveland High Schools.
Semper Fi Steve
My sister is getting married on the day of the Maryland game. I'm 50% committed.
I can't for the life of me figure out any NBA calls. Rules seem to change from player to player, game to game and definitely from regular season to post season.
This isn't meant to be a one-upper on this great holiday. I highly suggest going to see the Marine Barracks at 8th and I St in DC. They do a presentation during the spring and summer months. I've seen it twice. The one time I saw it on Memorial Day shortly after commissioning is still one of the greatest displays of everything that makes the military, our country and Memorial Day great.
Yup. I think, by definition, 50% committed means not committed.
Kobe's done. He'd be second fiddle on half the teams in the NBA.
Yea, I got the sticker to give to my Bama-fan coworker. Still, it was softballed in there.
You went with heart, huh? Better man than I.
OSU players took their fair share of hits in that game, but it definitely looked worse than it was because Marshall's helmet kept flying off, which was more of an equipment issue than the force of the hits. What really sold me that the OSU v2014 was the perfect blend of speed and strength was the display again Oregon. They were able to keep up with everyone, and by the end of the third quarter, the OU players were visibly hurting on the sidelines.
BS downvotes for disagreeing. Nothing you submitted was disrespectful or incorrect. +1.
Going through this article a little late. Mad props for a pretty close prediction!
You know what else had 12 cylinders?
The Rolls-Royce Merlin engines put in P-51 Mustangs. You know the Nazis ran an uptempo offense too? Look how that turned out for them.
They only become weak opponents after they lose to the Buckeyes.
Awesome. I was able to get the Navy game on one of the monitors thanks to the SIX! Hopefully the VT game holds enough water.
This picture is amazing. I was trying to figure out yesterday if the pylon is inside or outside of the out-of-bounds line. In this picture, its obviously out. The ball hit the front of the pylon as far as I could see yesterday. Hitting the front of the pylon would not actually mean the ball crossed the plain anywhere in bounds. That would only be the case if the pylon was inside of the out-of-bounds line. Any rules experts out there? I know we won the game, and I honestly thought the refs got this one right, but I think this is a flaw in the rules.
I'm almost positive Troy Smith was in his first year at Glenville in 2002.
Edit: Second year, he started there halfway through his sophomore year.
Love it! Can we take it a step further?
First off, Semper Fi.
Secondly, does AFN show Ohio State games regularly? I'm in Bahrain till the first bye week. I'll be able to catch all of the October games in San Diego, but I'll be in Oki I for the last part of the season. What's the best way to make sure you don't miss a game OCONUS?