Me too, but not as much as Amir Williams. At least Lenzelle seemed to want to be on the court from time to time.
I hate the O-H I-O thing unless it is in the stadium.
I could not bring myself to watch the MSU game last year until after I learned that we won. I was certain that we were going to be embarrassed.
Most times I would rather watch the game at home alone, than go to the Shoe; I have to take out a small loan just to go to a game alone.
I thought Urban's hire of Withers was terrible, and was happy to see him go.
I only watched about five basketball games last year.
I still love Tress...
Anyone else pissed that we have to pay tax on Amazon now? Small price to pay for 320 pages worth of Urban goodness though!
Not as drunk as I am!
Legal Custodians (That is a Scrubs reference)
When I was very young, maybe three or four years old (1987 or 1988?), I met Muhammad Ali at Dayton International Airport. At the time I didn't know who the man was. I can remember him picking me up for a bit. I don't remember him saying much, which makes sense due to his Parkinson's that he had been diagnosed with several years earlier, but he did manage to ask my dad what my name was and signed an autograph for me without anyone asking him to do so.
I have also met a couple footballers like Kenny G, Jordan Hall and Coach Tress. I sat next to Jack Park at the OSU/Eastern Michigan game several years back; he was a very nice man.
Went to high school with Matt Terwilliger.
My insurance agent is Heath Murray, former pitcher for Detroit Tigers and San Diego Padres. (Too bad he pitched for TSUN too)
My dad used to do work for Rob Lowe's parents. I met him once though I don't really recall much of it other than watching Ninja Turtles on the bed while my dad worked. (Again this was 1988 or somewhere in there)
I used to play music in high school with the guys that are currently, or formerly the band Hawthorne Heights. I don't keep up with them anymore so I don't know if they are still doing their thing or not. Some of them were cool, others not so much.
Walter Trout, incredible blues guitar player. He is huge in Europe, but not so much in America for some reason.
I've also met Drew Hastings, Chick McGee, Heywood Banks and Tim Wilson R.I.P. comedians all.
...And last year at the NRA show in Indianapolis, I ran into Lee Ermy. Literally ran into him in an isle, we almost knocked each other over.
Full time electronics technician; specifically public safety radio communication. Part time paramedic and part part time assistant lab instructor.
So I just watched the entire game....at work.
Dude folded like a cheap card table.
Just tell them that you will make it to their next one; that's what I always do.
I was going to say the same thing. The stadium could not have been more quiet.
Give 'em Hell, Kyle!
Either find a way to get rid of the obstructed view seating, remove the obstructions somehow or make those seats completely free.
Troy and Abed in the Morning!
Like everyone before me mentioned, I hate the O-H....I-O cheer.
I don't much care for the new design of the website, I miss the old one. Bring back the gray boxes!
I miss when the morning Skull Sessions were written by a different staff member everyday.
I was pretty pissed off when Sarah quit.
For me Ohio State football has not been the same since we lost to Florida in the 2007 championship game.
I have a soft spot for MSU basketball.
I'm not overly impressed with Tom Herman
I think Heacock should be running our D, not Fickell
I still miss Tress but not his offense
I hate the idiot "super fans" especially the dude with the cowboy hat and the cape.
I miss the days of not worrying about our defense, but wondering if we could score more than field goals.
I was kinda pulling for Bryant to make it, but still great!
I really don't know what to think about this.
"If Urban Meyer was caught up in a shit-storm like this, Matt Hayes would write a 10,000-word opus with his erection"
^^^This is damn funny!!!
Hahaha! I would have loved to have seen that extra point attempt!
There was this one time that I didn't get chosen last....kidding.
In fifth grade baseball I was playing behind the plate. Our team was up one run and we were in the bottom of whatever the last inning was back then (7th maybe). The batter hit a ball clear to the center field fence. The center fielder finally got to the ball, relayed it to the second baseman and the second baseman relayed it to me. Turns out that the batter was going for glory and didn't stop at third like he should have. Anyways I caught the ball, we collide and I tagged him out.
I'm right there with you. Returning the $12 tickets probably isn't worth the hassle.
Remember when it was always only $5 to get in? Ah, the good ole days. Free parking is pretty sweet though!