I like to think that Scott is throwing up the alley-oop to Slam.
I was originally leaning towards your line of thinking but in the end decided not to vote because it feels like any vote against Kenny G is blasphemy in its highest form.
You wouldn't really expect 11w to post those compromising pics of Nicki Meyer and me would you?
I loved seeing the vintage photos also but I also like playing "where's Whitman" and trying to find myself in the photos
What we're left with one-sixth of the way through the season
1/6th!! You just had to put it that way huh Ramzy? That just makes an already too short season seem even shorter.
Any word on what the hold up with Campbell and Jones losing their black stripe is? I can somewhat understand Campbell due to the fact that he's so young. Jones on the other hand is a head scratcher. He was the highest rated of the O-lineman if I remember correctly.
The only thing that video was missing was a runner zig-zagging up and down the field. Everyone knows you couldn't score a TD in Tecmo Super Bowl by running in a straight line.
Funny thing is, he's actually from Columbus.
Why? Because you posted it twice? How does it pertain to him?
Ominous statistics on ohio high school football. Unfortunately, I see this becoming a national trend as more and more parents opt not to involve their kids in football in light of all the concussion awareness.
Right. We need Les Wexner to sponsor our teams. Some GAP unis? Or maybe Victorias Secret Pink?
I believe it has something to do with how irrelevant they have become
Thank you DJ! You just fulfilled my dream of getting a reply from an 11W staff member. I can now die a happy buckeye!
Personally this is my favorite.
The problem with getting there early is, especially for night games, is that I'd already be hammered by 3, need a nap and then feel like crap throughout the game.
Attended Eat II Brutus, now dubgate, last year and I highly recommend it. Great beer, great food and awesome raffles and silent auction items that any buckeye fan would enjoy. Mo Clarett made an appearance and was more than welcoming despite the mob of fans surrounding him. It was more than worth the ticket price when a ticket was required and now it's only by donation! Again... I highly recommend it. Please donate freely to keep this great event going.
My only concern is what this will do to the crowd. It was already packed last year. Plus I think needing a ticket might have kept away the visiting fans.
To be fair, the NCAA has ruled that all schools can help offset the cost of a loss of value policy. It's not just FSU. I would not at all be surprised if Braxton has one and that the university helped pay for it.
I hate to say it but race probably plays a large part in that.
Here's the link
but I think the OP if a little off in his judgement of TP. I'm sure this isn't the first time he has said this and I've yet to see a public acknowledgement of wrongdoing from the others. Besides, in my opinion, he doesn't owe anyone an apology. He broke no law, only a dated ncaa rule that in a few years won't exist anymore. TP did a lot more fore the school than he did to hurt it. In time he'll be forgivin to the same degree as Mairice Clarett
James Patrick Tressel, forever keepin it gangsta.
Seriously though, this is great. I can just picture Tress bumping Pac on his Beats headphones while wearing his bandana backwards and flipping double birds to the police.
That's good to hear. Intentional or not, that's probably the wise thing to do.
Remember that Curtis was once that fish also. If I remember correctly, he was a signing day commit and had Buckeye nation ecstatic being a 5 star recruit at a position of need. I think we sometimes are too quick to jump on "the next big thing". Who knows, McMillan might be Curtis Grant 2.0 (Etienne Sabino as well) in that it takes him a few years to get it. Either way, he's got my support and it'll be a joy watching the ride.
Great write up Micheal on an interesting perspective that I've rarely thought about. Would love to hear about more parents experiences.
Just heard on ESPN radio that it's being looked at as an on track matter and not a criminal one. Also, Stewart is planning on racing today.