Nope, still need tickets myself. And I found a taker on the room. If anyone else is still looking, it sounds like there's a few decent AirBNB options still out there. Go Bucks and see ya down there!
that shirt tho.
He should quit school and start a clothing company to sell those shirts.
I made the mistake of pointing out this comparison in the youtube comments. I forgot reasoning with facts with this individual would be futile. I was responded to by the man himself with: "We'll see who has more tackles at the end of the night!". That sounds like something I would have come back with in 3rd grade when I had nothing else to say, but to his point, I do hope Landon Collins out-tackles Bosa at the end of the night. That should mean that Landon spends his night tackling our WR's down the field or he's stuck in the box as the last line of defense after EZE gashes the Bama front 7.
The closest thing to "People thinking Bama didn't have much of a chance" this year was when they were favored by 5.5 points to beat Mississippi State.
Agree completely. Such a profitable football program allows our athletic budget to be self-sustaining, something most universities don't have the luxury of. So maybe instead of bashing the guy for getting a little of the well-deserved spotlight, you should be thanking him for saving you a few bucks on tuition.
Sounds like we can add armed robbery to the list of things the TPD isn't good at investigating:
600 on the dot.
352, but the front 7 holds them to < 100 rushing yards and the Bucks roll by 21.
Marshall 75 yards. hope i'm wrong.
Elliott - 100
I think about 5 out of the 60 above posts have Buffalo covering the spread. I'm be with the majority in Vegas this weekend. 63-17
It will be interesting to see how this affects his draft stock. If I'm in the front office in the NFL and any proof comes out that he was somehow involved, there's no way I touch this guy. Even in the current NFL that's full of convicts, this would be a PR nightmare trying to sell this draft pick to your fans.
Craft was a scorer in high school (at Liberty-Benton) out of necessity. With Ohio Red he essentially played the same game there that he has his first two years at OSU. His game was always predicated on layups and jumpers the foul line/elbow. His high school team was in division 3, so he was able to get a lot more good looks and layups over smaller, weaker defenders. He'll never have the same ability to create his own shot, the way the Ross's or Buford's of the world can, but that being said, his game as-is definitely has a spot in the offense and he is far and away the best passer on the team. For this team to make a deep run in March, I believe Craft has to be the primary ball handler, not so much to develop his own offensive game, but to improve others' off-the-ball games and the overall chemistry of the offensive.
10-7, sweet revenge for last year