Anyone know of a comparable Browns site? The Browns forums that I've seen are headshakingly unreadable because they don't abide by 11W's simple "don't be a jerk, keep perspective, and have fun" commenting policy.
So it's NOT photoshopped? I've seen this photo several times and just assumed it was a photoshopped joke that I wasn't understanding.
Gene Smith, Ohio State Vice President and Director of Athletics, echoed Minton's sentiment the following week, saying he plans to stick around this fall and compete for the job with Barrett and Jones.
Now Gene Smith is entering the QB competition too??? Man, we are stacked!
Survivors: No, not the crappy "reality" show - the S on the end makes all the difference. Synopsis: "Set in the present day, the series focuses on a group of ordinary people who survive the aftermath of a devastating viral pandemic – referred to as "European flu" – which kills most of the world's population [...] The series sees the characters struggling against terrible dangers in a world with no society, no police and no law, led by the de facto matriarch of the group, Abby Grant."
Hell On Wheels: A series about "the Union Pacific Railroad and its surveyors, laborers, prostitutes, mercenaries, and others who lived, worked and died in the mobile encampment called "Hell on Wheels" that followed the railhead west across the Great Plains. The story focuses on Cullen Bohannon, a former Confederate soldier (Anson Mount) who, while working as foreman and chief engineer on the railroad, initially attempts to track down the Union soldiers who murdered his wife and young son during the American Civil War." The sometimes tense partnership between former slaveholder Bohannon and an emancipated slave played by Common is just one of many interesting dynamics in this.
For comedy series: Better Off Ted, Arrested Development, and Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Sorry everyone about letting Oregon get out to a 7-0 lead, I had forgotten to put on my lucky shirt (had to dig it out of the hamper.) To make up for it though, when we had turnover issues early in the 2nd half, I took off my unlucky pants.
I'm the opposite, this makes me want to invite them into NATO
Seems like that could only have been Coach Coombs
My favorite part was how LawTide called Josh Perry Santa Claus at the 4:45 mark. I hope that nickname sticks.
Great photoshop work! I'd love to see someone make a centaur from this Cardale pic:
Yes, here's the gif in reverse. Absolutely hilarious!
I loved that line. I was just about to paste it into a comment when I saw you'd beat me to it.
I second that, Hamby. I went to a game between two SEC teams in 2006 and while tailgating, one of my gracious hosts suggested it was one of the best college football atmospheres one could ever see. I remember responding "Well, I went to Ohio State," and as I heard those words roll out of my mouth I thought, "Wow, I just sounded like a smug d-bag." We all know how that season ended for us (thanks Urban), and of course, the superstitious nature of fandom has always made me feel that my hubris was to blame.
So while enjoying last night's victory and gearing up for another big challenge, let's try not to become the kind of fans that we hate from other teams. Pride comes before a fall, after all. 'Bama got their turn last night, just like we did in the 2006 season. Let's win the next game and then become magnanimous overlords. (Because being magnanimous can be a troll move all its own, mwahaha ;)
I agree with most of the other posters that there's zippo chance of an NFL head coach turning down TTUN's wheelbarrows of cash to accept a non-head coaching position with the good guys, but I'm grateful for the chance to bask in the sheer awesomenity of that what-if for a moment. I'd have to go all Noah and build an ark for all the vulvarine tears.
If that happened (it won't), their best option would really be to just to march out onto the USS Missouri and announce their unconditional surrender to Ohio State. To be followed by Jim Tressel taking up smoking a corncob pipe and administering the Buckeye occupation of Ann Arbor.